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Triangles (Bermuda Triangle #1)

3.35 of 5 stars 3.35  ·  rating details  ·  232 ratings  ·  65 reviews
A cruise ship. A beautiful island. Two sexy guys. What could possibly go wrong?In the Bermuda Triangle--a lot.Hoping to leave behind the reminders of her crappy life--her fathers death years ago, her mothers medical problems, and the loser whos practically stalking her--seventeen-year-old Autumn Taylor hops on a ship with her sister for a little distraction. When she wakes ...more
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Published June 18th 2013 by Spencer Hill Press
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Kate Kaynak
Kimberly Ann Miller's amazing story is of a girl who wakes up in alternate realities each day she spends in the Bermuda Triangle. It's sort of like a teen romance version of Groundhog Day, and it will make you both cry and laugh out loud. I LOVED this book from the moment it first arrived here at Spencer Hill Press.
Rebecca ♥ Matrim, Kishan, Warner ♥
This review can also be found on my blog: A Match Made in Heaven

This book was really weird. I am pretty comfortable with giving it 2.5/5.

First of all, I really did not like Autumn. At first I hated her and thought she was a total bitch. There is a guy who she works with who is totally head over heels for her. He is like a puppy at her heels. And she is totally inconsiderate of his feelings. I know she doesnt owe him anything. She never gave him any reason to think she would return the feelings,
I know we have all watched Groundhog Day, where Bill Murray relieves the same day over and over again, Triangles is like that but with a unique twist.

Autumn has been having an incredibly rough few years. She lost her dad, her mom is in a coma, her older sister treats her like a toddler, and the guy who she works with won't stop bothering her. All she wants to do is save up enough money to escape from where she lives and leave her painful past behind her. All she has to do is get through this las
Shannon (aka The Tale Temptress)
Triangles has got to be one of the most unique books I've read in a while. Thankfully, it was a stand alone. Don't get me wrong, I do love books in a series, but every now and then it's really great to just pick up a book, reach the end and know that's it... everything is resolved. And this book was perfect for that.

I've heard stories about the Bermuda Triangle, of course. I think everyone has. I also know that there has been fiction written about it before, but it usually involves people disapp
Not sure what I expected when I first started reading Triangles, however, Kimberly Ann Miller did amazing. I loved the characters and each new twist that came with each turn of the page. The drama and suspense of it all was thrilling. There were times, I wanted to scream and throw the book and other times I just wanted to curl up and cry. It was refreshing to read something that wasn't paranormal. I found the book to be humorous but at the same time the author brought out real life situations an ...more
Mandy Sickle
T minus one day to departure for my cruise to Bermuda, I almost died on my way to work.
Should that have been enough to stop me from boarding the ship? Nah.
I just hoped it wasn't some sort of Omen.

I received Triangles in return for an honest review from the publisher Spencer Hill Press. Autumn Taylor doesn't want to be tied down to New Jersey because her memories of her home town aren't very happy. Autumn still feels guilty for causing her dad’s car accident that took his life, as
Originally posted at: Girls on YA Books

To get started I wasn't one hundred precent in love with this book. It took me a bit to get into. It wasn't the writing, wasn't the plot, was it the characters? Maybe it was just the fact that I had a pile a mile high and I was just trying to get each book done and over with? I think it was the latter. It tends to happen often. Its called procrastination and when it comes to me....I am a HUGE book procrastinator. Anyways, so I had a bit of trouble
Nicole/Books Complete Me
Wow! It's just, wow!! I received this in the mail last week, and I seriously couldn't put it down! Triangles is the perfect summer read! This is one book you will want to have as part of your collection. Kimberly Ann Miller brings us on quite the adventure. I mean, what girl wouldn't want two guys fighting over her?

Autumn only goes on the cruise because her mom arranged it and was hoping for a distraction from her life. We see that she gets the biggest distraction that no one would want! As I w
This is such an amazing read! Kimberly Ann Miller takes you on one hell of a ride in her debut novel, Triangles. The MC, Autumn, has a lot she’s had to face in life, and in such a short time, which makes her withdraw from her loved ones. She goes on a cruise, and as the different realities unfold, we go through it with her... from her freaking out and retreating to her growing as a person and learning to accept things.
Kimberly’s writing had me mesmerized. I couldn’t help but root for Autumn to g
Chris Dunham
I really enjoyed this book. The beginning is a great set-up for the things Autumn (our main character) learns about herself and her "reality" throughout her experiences on the cruise. I felt things really took off once she got on the ship and flowed nicely right until the end of the book. There are some funny and serious things that happen to her, and they help her to understand and apperciate her life and the roles other people play in it. I can't wait to see what Kim Miller writes next!!
Wow. All I can say is wow. This book was amazing. And now I am even more excited that the author is coming to our store to do a signing of it!! July 28th, 2013, 2-4pm, Book Trader of Hamilton. I really enjoyed the character development. Autumn is a typical confused teenager with some heavier than usual baggage. Her father died when she was seven in a car crash she thinks is her fault and her mom is in a coma from another accident Autumn also thinks is her fault. Lots of guilt and acting out and ...more
Kayleigh {K-Books}
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Right from the moment I heard about Triangles I couldn't wait to read it. It's a whole new thing for me. I haven't read any books about the Bermuda Triangle before so this was such a unique and original concept to me. Unfortunately I think my expectations for this one were just a bit too high because I felt like it fell a little short for me. I still liked the book but I didn't love it and I really wanted to.

Autumn and her sister are set to go on the cruise of their dr
Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Triangles lord where to start on this review. I have no idea because I loved it and I hated it all in one. Lord I have never ever had such a mixed up jumbled up feelings for a book like I do with this one. If you have ever read about the Bermuda Triangle then you will love this book because Autumn is a 17 year old girl who goes out on a trip with her sister and on that trip some weird things start to happen to her and when she goes to the ship doctor he tells her it is alternate realities. Okay ...more
**Received an ARC of Triangles from Spencer Hill Press in exchange for an honest review, this reveiw is also posted on my blog Book Savvy:

I have been dying to read Triangles since I very first found out about it when participating in the cover reveal! Th cover is simply gorgeous, but that's not the only thing gorgeous about this - in fact there are a lot of gorgeous aspects to Triangles: the location! the two guys! and the writing style!!!

Triangles is the
Tyler Jolley
Triangles is YA-NC paranormal romance. I was very excited to read this book because it was about the Bermuda Triangle. Autumn is damaged to say the least. Her mom is in a coma, her dad died a few years ago and she’s being raised by her 21 year old sister. She feels like her dad’s death and mom’s current condition are her fault. With all she has going on, she’s pretty moody. Her bad attitude bothered some reviewers, but not me. Obviously she wouldn’t be a sweet, happy-go-lucky teen and it made th ...more
Christine Marie
I have to admit that my anticipation for "Triangles" to be released was getting a little out of control. I heard so many wonderful things about this book that I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Thankfully, I was lucky enough to attend BEA in NYC, and received a signed ARC of the book from Kimberly Ann Miller herself! =) It was a great experience.

From the moment I opened the book I was hooked. I was drawn into Autumn's life, and found her sassy personality amusing. I've read some reviews wher
Let me start off by saying I was extremely excited to be sent a copy of Triangles by; Kimberly Ann Miller from Spencer Hill Press this is a book that has been on my radar & TBR List since forever! Thank you Spencer Hill Press

Ok were do I start the synopsis of this book to me sounded so ah-amazing it sounded like such a different read and was it ever. It resulted in me having mixed feelings I have a loveeeee of Triangles but at the same time a ugh & here is why.

The MC Autumn this girl is
Kat Falla

Just finished reading Kimmy's Triangles. Finished it in two days cause I couldn't put it down! Triangles is the coming of age story of 17 year old Autumn Rayne Taylor who can't quite get it together after her father's death and her mother's car accident which left her in coma. Joey from her job won't quit following her around and her sister has role changed from sister to nagging mother and Autumn just wants to get away.

When she boards a cruise ship to Bermuda with her sister, she can'
Angela J.
A fantastic and fun read with a fast pace. This book starts at a gallop and keeps a tight rein on the pacing throughout. Romance, mystery and intrigue on the high seas!

Great Read!

Angela Townsend
author of Amarok
It really kept me on edge! Not knowing what was going to happen the next morning was just as nerve wracking for me as it was for the MC Autumn!
3,5 Original et pertinent. Malgre une heroine tete a claque au debut et des actions un peu rocambolesques.
Book Whales
Jun 29, 2012 Book Whales marked it as to-read
The blurb sounds so good. We love the mystery theme behind it.
Julianna Helms
Jun 21, 2012 Julianna Helms marked it as to-read
This sounds a-ma-zing! :D
You know that movie Groundhog Day where the crabby news reporter is inexplicably forced to repeat the same day over and over again, and as a result, he comes to appreciate those around him and realizes what an ass he's been? Well, Triangles is like that. Only featuring a bitchy teenage girl. On a sunny cruise to Bermuda instead of stuck in snowy Punxsutawney.

Autumn is about to start her senior year of high school. Except, she's not. She's decided to quit school and get out of dodge. Her dad die
Amy Fournier
Okay, so I know that I have made it clear how much I dislike love triangles, and this hints at one, so you are probably wondering why I would want to read this book. Well, I am a bit fascinated with anything having to do with the Bermuda Triangle. Plus, alternate realities and also creepy stalker? Totally had to have this book. The good thing is, there actually is no love triangle! Yay!! Yes, she is with the two different guys, but it's her alternate realities. While in the Bermuda Triangle on t ...more
Book Sniffers Anonymous
When I read the synopsis for this book I thought, this sounds like a fun read. I mean, poor Autumn has all these things happen to her while in the Bermuda Triangle. Sort of like she enters alternate dimensions every day that the ship is in the triangle. On the first day she's she's apparently with the hot guy Marcus, who she just met on the ship. Meanwhile, Joey, the guy who's been following her around, has absolutely no idea who she is. The second day she finds herself with Joey, while her sist ...more
Triangles was a book I was not expecting it to be. All the while while I was reading the book, I felt like I was watching a local fantasy show here in our country where the story takes on a fantasy magical route and teaches the bad and mean MC a lesson he/she will never forget that will change his/her life forever. And those things basically happened here. And that was sort of what I wasn't expecting.

It's kind of unusual to read a YA novel nowadays where the story's highlights the main lesson of
Myra (Pieces of Whimsy)
Review first published on my blog, Pieces of Whimsy


There are many different stories surrounding the Bermuda Triangle and though I don't know many of them, I think that Kimberly Ann Miller's story is one of the most interesting ideas I've seen yet.

The main character is Autumn (and I must say what a completely amazing name this is, I have actually been storing it as a future baby name, you know, when I actually have a baby :P). When we first meet Autumn her life is pretty average; her father'
Wanda (Good Choice Reading)
I have to start off by saying that this main character Autumn was such a little b*t*h in the beginning. She almost made me put the book down. I'm all for strong female character but not at all into characters who are just plain nasty. And she was so rude and full of herself when I started reading this book. However, throughout the book, she goes through enough to make her switch up her attitude. So I didn't hate her when I finished the book.

This is my first time reading a book that has to do w
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Kimberly Ann Miller received Bachelor's degrees from Georgian Court University and Rutgers University and a Master's degree from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She is an avid reader and particularly enjoys true crime and young adult novels. She grew up in New Jersey and currently resides in Monmouth County with her husband and three cats. When she’s not writing, she loves ...more
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