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Sanguine Mountain Connie Phillips Has Never Told A Lie Until NowAn Anonymous Letter Shatters The World Connie Thought She Knew And Trusted The News That Her Parents Aren T Really Her Own Leaves Her Angry, Devastated And Alone The Search For The Truth Leads Her Down A Dark, Desolate Forest Road Where She Meets A Boy In The Shadows Who Has Secrets Of His OwnRockland S Life Has Been Ruled By An Ancient Curse Since The Day He Was Born Forever Labeled A Misfit And A Rebel, He Is Desperate To Convince His Leaders That Integration With The Modern World Will Be The Salvation Of Their Kind Not Their DemiseAfter Their Worlds Collide In The Middle Of A Dark Forest, Connie And Rocks Strike A Deal To Help Each Other Find The Answers They Both Need Away From Her Lying Parents And The Judgmental Sneers Of His Colony But, Can They Find Love On Their Journey To Discover Who They Are And Where They Belong In The World

About the Author: Jennifer Foxcroft

Jennifer Foxcroft writes young adult paranormal romance For years, the crazy characters inside her head have plagued her waking hours In 2013, she decided to start sharing the journeys her characters take her on and wrote her first novel for publication.Jennifer adores animals of all shapes and sizes, so it s no wonder her first series features shape shifters A life long dream of hers is to tra

10 thoughts on “Sanguine Mountain

  1. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Rating 3.5 out of 5 stars Sanguine Mountain had a fresh paranormal element to it bats I ve read plenty of vampire books, but never one where the characters were basically bat shapeshifters not vampires, though some blood drinking was involved It was a neat idea The Camazotz were interesting, as was how they re world contrasted with the human one.There were sweet characters Rocks was adora

  2. says:

    Must admit I get nervous trying new authors I get so used to my old faithful storytellers and their styles I saw this cover on FB and couldn t resist clicking to find out I just love this cover and it suits the story really well after reading it So glad that I took the chance on this one What a neat little original read I devoured it over the weekend and was sad when I got to the last page I want book two like NOW Right now I m not joking.Think I m going to go back t

  3. says:

    Exciting new writer Great wordsmith Writing is very well done Eagerly awaiting the next installment.

  4. says:

    Connie Phillips is in way over her head Her parents aren t her real parents, her best friend wants her to work at a wiener stand, and let s not forget her new friend who just so happens to shift from a six foot four hunky man boy to a much smaller vampire bat What s a girl to do with all of this going on There s only one word that comes to mind when I think about the happenings in this book awkward But the awkward wasn t all bad types of awkward There was funny awkward, sad awkward

  5. says:

    Sanguine Mountain s title suggests a story of vampires and blood There is blood, although very little, and there are vampire bats Neither Lestat nor Edward Cullen are sneaking in anyone s windows The only creatures of the night in this tale are actual bats In a new take on the vampire myth, this is a much Wild Kingdom approach to a teen love story.Rockland or Rocks is descended from a centuries old culture called the Camazotz that was magically transformed into bats to evade and conquer

  6. says:

    Review first on In WonderlandI m so glad that Jennifer contacted me to see if I wanted to read this book for a review I was pleasantly surprised with it Jennifer s writing is beautiful It s very well done And even though she self published, it looks and feels like it was published by a big time publisher I loved that And that cover, people it s perfect It s different and unique It s simply gorgeous.It starts off with the main character, Connie Phillips She s driving to a place she s never been b

  7. says:

    One look at the title cover and you have to wonder, what is this book about This story begins with main character Connie Phillips making a mess of her first attempt at finding her real parents, after discovering through a semi anonymous letter she s adopted Her search literally leads her fumbling and stumbling upon a secret gathering of cursed humans.From the start we see the depths of her pain for discovering she s been lied to her entire life She feels isolated, even though as an outsider looking in,

  8. says:

    I was given a copy of this book by the Author for an honest review.SANGUINE MOUNTAIN is a sweet, fun read I loved reading this book The characters and story line are well developed Connie has always thought that her parents were her real parents Until a letter shatters that bubble Now she is determined to find her true Mom She is driving to the last known place her true Mom once lived when she takes a wrong turn and is lost Her car overheats and she has to find someone to help her out Now she is on a lone, da

  9. says:

    Sanguine mountain is a good quick read that leaves you wanting the next book in the series The book is well paced with likable characters While big reveal is made quite early on, the author leaves much to be discovered and learned through this elaborate world she has created The history and legend for which this story is based is well thought out and told in detail to aid in setting a fantastic foundation The character, Connie, is completely relatable as often times I could see my own 17 year old self Connie s new

  10. says:

    Love, lies, and final exams Such is the life of high school senior Connie Phillips, who journeys into adulthood in the ashes of a life that was never hers An accidental discovery in her family s mailbox leads her on a search for the truth of her lineage and right into the arms of shape shifter, Rockland Her relationship with him grows into the tenuous threads of first love while they work together to find a sense of belonging in a world that has abandoned them both.Author Jennifer Foxcroft utilizes the confusion and emotio

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