Sunday, June 20, 2021

Book Tour and Giveaway: Two Kinds of Us (Love in Fenton County) by Sarah Sutton

Welcome to my stop on the book tour for Two Kinds of Us by Sarah Sutton. This book tour was organized by Silver Dagger Book Tours. On my stop, I have an excerpt from the book as well as a guest post from the author. There's also a tour wide giveaway for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Be sure to visit the other stops on the tour for more content. Enjoy!
Title: Two Kinds of Us
Series: Love in Fenton County
Author: Sarah Sutton
Publisher: Golden Crown Publishing
Publication Date: June 9th 2021
Print Length: 402 pages
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Romance

In a life of diamond bracelets and country clubs, I’m the perfect daughter. I get all the right grades, volunteer at all the right organizations, apply to all the right colleges.

And I hate every second of it. At the rate my life is playing out, under the strict rule of my parents, politicians and housewives will be my future.

Until I meet Harry.

Harry’s a singer in a rock band with a voice so drop-dead sexy that I actually feel hypnotized. Doesn’t hurt that he’s hot either, and with the kind, flirty personality to match, it’s the perfect trifecta. And even better, he sees me as the me I want to be. The me who can break free of the life I’m trapped in, the me who can control my own future.

The only problem? He knows me as Stella, my fun, carefree alter-ego—so drastically different than Destelle, the one who is trapped in the life my parents rule for me.

But as we get closer, I realize Harry’s keeping a secret of his own, something related to his dark past that he’s trying to move on from, and when I find out, everything we’ve built could come crashing down.

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After twisting off the cap, I took a long refreshing drink of the icy water, a relief from the heat of the club.

And then moved once more.

Harry still leaned against the wall near a trash can, and I turned the bottle cap over between my fingers as I got closer, watching the crowd weave in and out between us. A girl with pink hair obscured him for a moment, and then a guy with a mohawk moved in my way next. I waited until my path cleared, until no one stood between him and me.

Margot would’ve called me devious.

Honestly, it kind of felt as if I were a super-spy on a stakeout.

Crap, that sounded creepy.

When I was six feet away, the bottle cap slipped from my fingertips.

It bounced away from me, knocking noiselessly against the ground. I lost it for a moment, the opaque lid blending in with the shadows, and then finally found where it came to rest. The momentum was better than I thought it’d be.

Fingers were already curling around it, and when I traced the arm up to find a face, Harry gazed back at me.

Gosh, even from here I could see their color. So freaking blue. Like the waters in the Caribbean or something. For a moment, it left me a bit dazzled, Destelle’s personality breaking through.

With an inward smile, I thought, Hook, line, sinker.

“Not sure how sanitary that is now,” I called over the music to him, stepping closer into his bubble of space. I kept my gaze laser-focused on the cap in his hand, shrugging on a shawl of nonchalance. “After rolling around on the floor, I mean. But thanks.”

“Yeah, probably shouldn’t put it back on your drink,” Harry agreed, and I looked to find his full lips curved into a half smile. His fingers brushed against my palm as he dropped the cap into it, and I curled my hand, pressing the plastic into my skin. “I recognize you.”

I jolted. “Uh, you do?”

“You come into Crushed Beanz,” he said. “You listen to us play.”

I hadn’t planned on him recognizing me. Great. Did he think I was some creepy fangirl? Then again, I had devised a plan to get his attention. Though, maybe he was the creepy one for recognizing me. We’d never spoken before, and yet he recognized my face? Maybe he was the creepy super-spy.

Either way, it was super flattering. He noticed me.
Sarah Sutton is a YA Romance author, bringing you stories about teenagers falling in love (sometimes with magic)She spends her days dreaming up ideas with her two adorable puppies by her side being cheerleaders (and mega distractions).

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TWO KINDS OF US was such a fun story to write, mostly because it focuses on this girl, Destelle, so desperate to find out who she is and a boy, Harry, who feels like he’s lost his true self. Their dynamic is so inspiring to me, and whenever there was a scene with them together (and since it’s a romance, there were a LOT), I loved the tension and the way they always supported each other.

If I had to choose my favorite scene from the whole book, I think it would be the one where they share their first kiss. There’s something so magical about first kisses in themselves, but watching these two characters come together and take the risk of falling for someone, it’s just so great to me. Maybe it’s because I know they’re still both struggling with their inner demons at this point, but it’s also a way to take back the control of their lives. They’re both deciding that the other person is worth the risk, worth the fight, and there’s something so romantic about that to me.

These two characters have their struggles and conflicts, but it was so fun to see them grow over the course of this book. By the end, the journey they went through together really made them solid. Not just in each other, but confident in themselves as well. Harry and Destelle definitely hold my heart.
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  1. Looks like a really good book, sharing it with my granddaughters.

  2. How long was the writing process?

  3. This has a sweet cover. Sounds like a good romance read.

  4. It looks like opposites attract and I want to see what happens to the relationship between the good girl, Stella, and the rocker boy, Harry.

  5. Sounds great, I like the cover and the excerpt.

  6. What a sweet romance, Thanks for your good work.

  7. sounds like a good read. the cover reflects the story (so far). thanks

  8. thank you for a chance to win

  9. This sounds like a great read.

  10. Loving the cover! Looks like a great read! :)

  11. Sounds like a great read. Thanks for the giveaway.

  12. The book sounds interesting, thanks.

  13. Sounds like a great read to me, thanks!

  14. Oh but this sounds like a wonderful story. I love where she comes from and trying to just be herself. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

  15. I am always looking for new authors to read. This book sounds like the kind I enjoy reading.

  16. The excerpt is interesting. Thank you for sharing it.

  17. This sounds like an interesting book and I also like the cover.

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  18. the link to the blog tour to leave comments does not work.

    1. On my blog? It's working on my end. Try it again. Maybe it was just having a funny 5 minutes. =)

    2. When I click on the tour stop link this where it takes me

    3. How strange! Here's the link to the other stops:

  19. David HollingsworthJune 22, 2021 at 11:03 AM

    This books sounds interesting.

  20. Reminds me of the rebellious Sybel on Downton Abbey.

  21. This looks like a great read. THank you

  22. Good book for summer reading.
    Thanks for the contest.

  23. Looks like a great read and I hope it ends well. Looking for some good endings soon.

  24. What was your inspiration for writing this book?
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  25. Love this cover! & the blurb is awesome! Tyftc❤️

  26. Do you have any advice for new writers?

  27. My daughter would enjoy this book

  28. the dark past... sounds intriguing

  29. This sounds like a great read! Sweet cover! ❤

  30. Sounds really good! Have a great night!

  31. The book looks sweet. Thank you

  32. This sounds like a fun book to read.

  33. Love the exerpt- I have a weakness for sexy musicians

  34. I would like to give thanks for all your really great writings, including Two Kinds of Us, and wishing the best in keeping up the good work in the future.