Shades is Out in the Wild!


Shades of the Future
by Suzanne Lilly is now available by ebook (on Amazon and from Turquoise Morning Press) and will soon be available in paperback.

I read it last week – devoured it in two days, actually. Shades is a sweet young adult romance with a lot of emotional ups and downs.

Here’s the blurb:

What would you do if you could see your future? Would you try to change it? What if you couldn’t? Sometimes this thing we call “the gift” is really a curse.

Mariah Davis loves animals, running, and her hunk of a boyfriend, Kevin Creamer. Everything looks bright for her until the day she finds a pair of sunglasses that allow her to see the future.

When she glimpses a disaster looming, she tries to avoid it but fails. She has a car accident that lands her in a wheelchair, smashing her hopes for a running scholarship to the veterinary program at Ohio State University. She pushes Kevin away, thinking he’ll want to end their relationship now that she can’t walk.

Will she ever learn to trust and love again? She could search for an answer in the sunglasses. But she’s afraid what they reveal might destroy her.

This is a perfect beach read: quick, romantic, and sweet. Enjoy!

What’s your perfect beach read?

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7 Comments

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7 responses to “Shades is Out in the Wild!

  1. Truly adore that cover! Hmm, my perfect beach read … honestly, anything. I’m at the beach and reading for Heaven’s sake! That’s pretty much the good life. 🙂

  2. I’ve read a few historical fiction beach reads this summer- just finished The Queen’s Vow by C.W. Gortner about Queen Isabella of Castile. It was great!

  3. Oh wow it sounds great. I have never read anything at the beach. Do people do that? lol. Sounds nice, maybe I should try.

  4. Love this premise. I’d be too chicken to put on the future glasses which is why I want to meet the character who dares to wear them.

  5. Sounds lovely! I remember last summer I went through all the Miracle Girls books by Anne and May.

  6. Right now I’d just be happy to go to the beach!! LOL. But the book sounds good.

  7. I still don’t know for sure what a “beach read” is – I thought it was something light and fun, but this sounds tragic and hopeful… appealing, too.

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