Losing It: A Collection of VCards
22 Bestselling YA authors reveal what went on behind the curtain in your favorite YA novels! From paranormal to contemporary, this collection features over 200 pages of ALL NEW CONTENT full of deleted scenes, extended endings, and more from the young adult series’ you love.
In this YA/NA crossover collection all of your favorite heroines are cashing in their VCards! YA just got steamy, sexy, and not afraid to go all the way!
Due to the graphic nature of some content, this collection is recommended strictly for mature readers.
Stories include excerpts and extended material--ALL NEW CONTENT featuring the following YA novels & authors:
The Grimoire Saga by SM Boyce
The Death Series by Tamara Rose Blodgett
Penny Black Trilogy by Stacey Wallace Benefiel
Dirty Blood series by Heather Hildenbrand
The Mythology Series by Helen Boswell
Stories About Melissa Series by Bethany Lopez
Keegan’s Chronicles by Julia Crane
The Tate Chronicles by K.A. Last
Fragile Creatures by Kristina Circelli
The Spellbound Trilogy by Nikki Jefford
Judgement of the Six Series by Melissa Haag
A Dark Faerie Tale Series by Alexia Purdy
The Double Threat Series by Julie Prestsater
The Elsker Saga by S.T. Bende
Ovialell Series by Tish Thawer
The Runes Series by Ednah Walters
The Cornerstone Series by Misty Provencher
The Waiting Series by Ginger Scott
Forged Series by A.O. Peart
The Arotas Series by Amy Miles
Funeral Crashing Mysteries by Milda Harris
The Wolf Trilogy by M.R. Polish
Losing It: A Collection of VCards is available now!
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What a fun idea! The sexy times pulled from the pages of books where the V-card was lost. I enjoyed reading the scenes and trying to figure out more about the book just from that small part.
Definitely added some books to my TBR pile based on reading just this section. Some I loved better than others. I think my favorite was the first, Discovery by S. M. Boyce. The one losing their V-card was the guy. I always love those situations. I loved his struggle to keep from shifting. I don't know what he shifts into but he certainly didn't want to do it so it must not be a good thing.
It was nice to get a flavor of the different authors styles. I continue to love first person writing better than third. I always feel that connection to the characters is stronger that way.
This book also fed my need for more paranormal books in my life. I so adore shifter stories. I need to read more of them.
If you're looking for a great way to get a taste of lost of fun sexy times and to add more books to your TBR pile, then check this one out.