Welcome to DAY TEN of the 12 days of Christmas Multi-Author Giveaway
Today it’s all about YA action and adventure. (One of my favorite genres. Even more so when a little romance is thrown into the plot).) We’ve got a double e-book prize for you from two wonderful authors.
Unanchored by Stephanie Eding and Saving Mount Ruschmore by Andrea Jo Rodgers.
When John Jenkins’ parents ship him ff to stay with his aunt, he’s certain it will be the worst summer ever—until he learns he’s been accepted into a top-secret school. St. Michael’s Academy is home to gifted students with extraordinary talents. Although John has no idea why he’s there, he’s assigned to Team Liberty, who assist authorities with solving low-level crimes. Their first mission: stop a trio of mischief-making teens from vandalizing Mount Rushmore.
John battles feelings of inferiority as he and Team Liberty compete against Devlin Black and his cronies to track down clues and solve puzzles at Mount Rushmore. Along the way, John makes several key contributions, and his self-confidence grows. When he discovers he was admitted to the school due to a clerical error, he’s mortified. Now, he’s strictly an “observer” until the mission’s end. But when his teammates run into trouble, John must summon up the courage to save Mount Rushmore, and he learns an invaluable lesson: every person has special God-given gifts—including him.
Cecily Hastings fails to escape her captor when he gambles her away in a game of dice. Now, instead of getting her first taste of freedom, she’s rotting in a cell on the Hellbound, a pirate ship under the command of Captain Finnigan Worley. Cecily, however, has no plans of sticking around with a captain known for his heartless deeds. As soon as they make port, Cecily attempts to alert the Royal Navy. While trying to get away, she stumbles upon Captain Worley liberating people from a life of abuse and servitude, which makes her question everything she thought she knew about the infamous buccaneer.Soon she’s recaptured and taken back to the ship, and Cecily vows to figure out the captain’s humanitarian angle. The more she learns, the more she believes in his benevolent mission. With the Royal Navy closing in, she must decide if she’s willing to fight beside Captain Worley or turn him over to the gallows for a chance at her own freedom.
Some of you might not know, but i have a
not-really-secret obsession with pirate, seafaring, adventure stories. I thoroughly enjoyed Unanchored. I also love comedic stories, and any YA stories involving American History. (Can I enter? Today’s giveaway is sounding better and better the more I write!)
Don’t forget to comment below for that extra entry into the giveaway.
Which ebook out of the two today would you most like to win and why?
Yesterday’s giveaway is still live!