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Colleen Hoover (Margaret Colleen Fennell) (born in December 11, year 1979) is an author of young adult fiction and romance.

In January 2012 she published her first novel Slammed. In December 2012, she published Hopeless, which topped the New York Times bestseller list. Many of her works were self-published before being picked up by a publisher.

Hoover was born on December 11, 1979, in Sulfur Springs, Texas, the son of Vannoy Fite and Eddie Fennell. She grew up in the Saltillo, Texas and graduated from the Saltillo High School in year 1998. In 2000 she married Heath Hoover, with whom she has three children. Hoover has a degree in Social Work from Texas A&M-Commerce. She worked in various teaching and social work positions before beginning her writing career.

In November year 2011, Hoover began her first novel, Slammed, with zero intention of publishing it. She was inspired by a songs lyric “decide what to be and go be it” from an Avett Brothers song, and “Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise”. Because of this, she included the Avett Brothers lyrics throughout the story. After a few months, her novel was reviewed by book blogger Maryse Black and she was given a 5-star rating, and sales of her first two books increased rapidly.

Hoover published her first novel, Slammed, in January 2012 and a sequel, Point of Retreat, in February. They reached #8 and #18 on the New York Times bestseller list in August of that year. Atria Books picked them up and re-released them on August 10. A third book in the series, This Girl, was released in April 2013.

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BookHeart Bones
AuthorColleen Hoover
Size1.3 MB
CategoryFiction Romance Novel

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Life and a dismal last name are the only two things that Beyah Grim’s parents have gave her. After blazing her own path for herself, Beyah is well on her way to bigger and better things thanks to no one but herself. Only two short months separate her from the future she has built and the past she desperately wants to leave behind, but an unexpected death leaves Beyah with nowhere to go in the meantime.

Beyah must find her last resort and spend the rest of the summer on a Texas panhandle with a father she barely knows. Beyah’s plan is to keep her head down and let the summer go by smoothly, but her new neighbor Samson messes up that plan.

On the surface, Samson and Beyah doesn’t have anything in common. She comes from a life of poverty and abandonment; She comes from a rich and privileged family.

But they have one thing in common: they are both attracted to sad things. Which means that they are attracted to each other. With an almost instant bond too intense to deny anymore, Beyah and Samson agree to stay in the shallow end of a summer fling. What Beyah doesn’t realize is that a current is coming that will drag her heart out to sea.

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Have you ever heard the saying “under the circumstances”? Someone once told me that he could never understand why people would say things like “I’m fine under the circumstances.” Then he said he would ask “what are you doing under these circumstances?”

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Beyah is doing exceptionally well despite her previous living conditions. She lives with a woman who has nothing to do with the definition of “mother”. Despite her circumstances, she has accomplished a lot in her young life. Beyah had to make decisions she’s not proud of, but if survival is the driving force behind those decisions, she really had no choice.

“I often wonder which parenting is worse for a human being. The kind of being so protected and loved that you don’t realize how cruel the world can be until it’s too late to learn the necessary coping skills, or the kind of home I grew up in. The ugliest version of a family you just get by with.

Beyah is about to graduate and go to college when her world is turned upside down. Her only option is to ask her estranged father for help. So she spends the summer on the Bolívar peninsula with a father she barely knows and her new family. Her father was largely absent from her life, a one-night stand she barely remembers is how she fathered a daughter who seems reluctant to spend time with him.

Beyah is trying to adjust to living in a family unit with people who she has trouble finding fault with, in fact, they are very open and friendly with her, something she is not used to at all. Ella’s stepsister Sarah is one of the kindest people she has ever met and they form a close bond that Ella Beyah didn’t know she missed until now. And then there’s the boy next door, Samson.

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“Aggrieved parties recognize other aggrieved parties. It’s like that club you don’t want to be a member of.”

She would rather forget Beyah’s first interaction with Samson, they both made assumptions about each other that made her dislike her. However, he is in Sarah’s circle of friends, so she can’t help but see him, and eventually they realize they have more in common than they thought. Samson is hesitant to share too much about herself with Beyah, she can’t help but share too much with him and she doesn’t really know why, she just feels comfortable talking to him.

“I look at my reflection. Before Samson, when I looked in the mirror, I saw a girl that nobody cared about. But every time I’ve looked in the mirror since I met him, I’ve seen a girl that nobody cared about.” someone else”.

The friendship soon turns into something more between them and the thought of things ending when she goes to college weighs on Beyah’s mind. She had never before felt such a connection with a human. She feels loved and desired, something she hadn’t experienced until Samson entered her. She can’t imagine the rest of her life without him until that choice is cruelly taken from her. They must be paddling in shallow water, they must not wade deep.

Once again, Colleen Hoover blew me away with the artistic way she weaves the words together. I love the way she describes things through Colleen’s colored glasses, she sees some everyday things from a unique perspective. I totally loved every moment of this story.

“I know what love is because I have spent my whole life knowing what it is not.”

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