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Image of Say You'll Remember Me

McGarry doesn’t hold back with her newest book, Say You’ll Remember Me. Readers will enjoy this wonderfully written book set in Kentucky. The fast-paced tale boasts excitement on every page, making it hard for readers to put it down. McGarry crafts deep and complex characters. Yes, there is romance here, but there’s also so much more. Readers will get sucked into the lives of these characters and never want to let them go.

Elle and Drix couldn’t be more different, but sometimes the most unlikely of people come together to help each other become who they are meant to be. Elle, the governor’s daughter, has tried hard to live up to her father’s expectations, but it isn’t as easy as it seems. Drix was sentenced for a crime he didn’t commit and was sent to juvie. There, he was selected for the Governor’s second chance program, where juvie kids are put through a year-long course to change their criminal ways. Now back home, Drix must decide who he was and who he wants to be. The problem with both of them is that they don’t recognize themselves anymore. But maybe with each other’s help, they can figure it out. (HARLEQUIN TEEN, Feb., 464 pp., $18.99, 13 & Up)
Reviewed by: 
Avery Frazier