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The forbidden romance of Twilight…
The brutality of Game of Thrones…
The grittiness of A Court of Thorns and Roses…
Can love ever be stronger than fate?
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Genre: YA Urban Fantasy/Romance (15+)
Releases: May 28, 2019
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About the book:
Ella hates London. She misses her old life in Spain and is struggling to get over her past—until she meets Zac. He’s always loved her but isn’t meant to be part of her story. Not this time. Not ever. Little does she know that his secret is the one thing that will tear them apart and force her to live in a world that no longer makes sense. A world full of danger, lies and magic.
The Path Keeper is a passionate tale of first loves, second chances and the invisible threads that bind us. Can love ever be stronger than fate?
Advance Praise for The Path Keeper
“This is urban fantasy at its best. Fresh, beautiful, and moving, I couldn’t put it down.”
— Anna Day, internationally acclaimed author of The Fandom
“Simmonds writing flows like poetry, each sentence meticulously crafted. …a solid edition to the YA fantasy genre.”
— Julia Wierzbicki, author of The Scavenger
“…it is unlike any book I have read before! I didn’t want to stop reading. I was so focused…it was as if I was part of the story and not in my own living room anymore. I like when books do that to you.”
— Eliza and Books Blog
“I was hooked from the very beginning…and I…want more… I really loved the story…very emotionally charged…”
— Cindee Maynard, Cindee Reads
“…a deep and moving, but magical reading experience. This book will have you falling in love… I would recommend this book to everyone.”
— Madie Anne, NetGalley reviewer
” I knew from the first page I was going to love this book…whether it’s because I believe in fate/destiny or am just a hopeless romantic, who knows. I hope there won’t be a long wait for the second book.”
— Sally M, NetGalley reviewer
“…Simmonds weaves together lives and timelines to create a masterful romance.”
— Samantha Eaton, NetGalley reviewer