Entanglement is a YA Dystopian Romance You Won’t Forget . . . In a world like ours, humans are born in pairs. When a newborn boy takes his first breath in the coastal town of Tularosa, the exact time is noted, recorded in the Registry, and later compared to the birth times of other newborns... show more
Entanglement is a YA Dystopian Romance You Won’t Forget . . . In a world like ours, humans are born in pairs. When a newborn boy takes his first breath in the coastal town of Tularosa, the exact time is noted, recorded in the Registry, and later compared to the birth times of other newborns around the globe. There will be one identical match—his half. They will meet on their eighteenth birthday and they will spend their lives together. Except this time, there is no match. "I literally could not put this book down. I had to force myself to go to sleep."— Jaclyn Canada, JC’s Book Haven Hotheaded heartthrob Aaron Harper is scheduled to meet his half in twenty-nine days, and he doesn’t buy a word of that entanglement crap. So what if he and his half were born the same day and share a spooky psychic connection? Big deal. After breaking one too many teenage girls’ hearts, he’ll stick to brawling with the douchebag rugby players any day. Until the day a new girl arrives at school who threatens everything he takes for granted. Cold and unapproachable, Amber Lilian hates the growing list of similarities between her and the one boy she can’t read, Aaron: born the same day, both stubborn, both terrified of meeting their halves. . . All the more reason not to trust him. That she would rather die than surrender herself as her half’s property is none of his damn business. But once lost in Aaron’s dangerous, jet black eyes, she’s already surrendered more than she cares to admit. Tangled in each other’s self-destructive lives, Aaron and Amber learn the secret behind their linked births and why they feel like halves—but unless they can prove it before they turn eighteen, Aaron faces a lifetime alone in a world where everyone else has a soulmate . . . and he’ll have to watch Amber give herself to a boy who intends to possess not only her body but also a chunk of her soul. Entanglement combines young adult dystopian with a little science fiction, fantasy, and romance. If you enjoy books like The Hunger Games, Divergent, Matched, and Delirium, then you will devour this novel. What Reviewers Are Saying About Entanglement: "Entanglement is a completely engrossing story." —Alise, Readers in Wonderland "While being full of action, the romance department did not lack in any way. In fact, it was riveting. I want an Aaron Harper of my own."—Dianne, Oops! I Read A Book Again "I’d definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys young adult science fiction or sort of dystopian stories...it will be a breath of fresh air to fans of this genre."—Book Nympho "If you enjoy Sci-Fi, Fantasy and YA thriller, you will enjoy Entanglement." —Beauty Brite: a little bit of everything A Sneak Peak of Entanglement: ONE 28 Days, 19 hours, 15 minutes "Scar tissue," said the doctor, "here." She tapped the white lump on the MRI scan. "Is that in my brain?" said Aaron. "Just touching it, actually. Between the grey matter and the skull. Aaron, how long have you been having these headaches?" "Since I was a kid. It’s gotten worse recently." "Well, the good news is it’s not cancerous." The doctor stretched on a pair of latex gloves and probed the back of Aaron’s head with two fingers. "The pain is always here?" "Yeah, like something tugging back there." Aaron Harper shifted, still jumpy from the MRI, and his sticky palms suctioned the paper off the exam table with an irritating crinkle. "What’s the bad news?" "Pardon?" "You said the good news is you don’t think it’s cancerous. What’s the bad news?" Scroll up, click the buy button & start reading Entanglement!