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Cover Reveal: Push Me, Pull Me by Vanessa Garden

This is the first of two exciting posts on the blog today.

The lovely Vanessa Garden is the author of the Submerged Sun series (Captivate and Impulse) and Carrier. You can see my reviews for all three over on Reading Lark. As her previous books were all speculative fiction, this is her first contemporary title, and I can't wait to read it.

I'm very pleased to be able to share with you the details of Vanessa's new book, which will be published by Limitless Publishing in August.

Cover Reveal

Here is the absolutely stunning cover...

"Sometimes holding on hurts more than letting go..."

a novel by Vanessa Garden


Since Ruby Milton’s mother committed suicide, she’s forgotten what it’s like to be seventeen.

Saddled with taking care of her toddler brother and alcoholic father, Ruby has no time for fun. She also can’t shake the growing resentment she feels for her mother’s selfish decision, which left her unable to grieve without anger and regret. 

Then she meets blue-eyed musician Byron Black, who challenges everything she believes.

Byron refuses to let anyone control his life—or his death. When he left the city behind, he was in search of somewhere where nobody knew his secret. What he didn’t expect was to meet a beautiful redhead whose views conflict so completely with his own. But as their romance deepens, he begins to doubt his choices and decides to return to the city…for one last chance. 

When Byron disappears, Ruby will stop at nothing to track him down.

Upon finding Byron, Ruby discovers his devastating secret, and a battle of wills begins. Byron doesn’t want her to know this part of him. He has to deal with it by himself, even though the idea of losing her tears him apart. 

Will they be able to see each other through the darkness? 
Or should they save their hearts and just let go?


About Vanessa Garden

A bookseller and Young Adult author, Vanessa loves nothing more than immersing herself in the exciting world of books. When she is not gushing about her favourite reads with customers, or mentally casting actors to play the characters in her books, Vanessa enjoys hanging out with those she loves most.

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