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Promises We Break (Blue Valley Nights, #1)

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Disconnected Zoe’s life revolves around her nonverbal sister, Bailey. Zoe has always been her sister’s protector, but after a series of alarming events she has started to doubt her importance in Bailey’s life. Her parents want her to let go and live her own life, but they won’t tell her the real reason why.

Marley is the most popular and sought-after boy at Blue Valley High
Paperback, 1st Edition, 266 pages
Published June 24th 2020 by Synclaire Publishing
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Olivia Scott
Jun 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
Disclaimer: I received an early PDF of Promises We Break in exchange for an honest review. This not the finished edition.

4 stars!
I enjoyed reading Synclaire’s latest novel! Here are some of my thoughts after finishing:

My favorite parts!
As someone who hasn’t known many people with autism, this book was great for me to better understand their needs and what it’s like to have an autistic person in your family. I also really loved the family dynamics, especially in Zoe’s family, and the friendships
Jun 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Bonnie Synclaire follows her thrilling Genesis Files series with this tender story of two teens who have a lot more in common than it seems on the surface.  Zoe is a top student and Marley is a star athlete, but they forge an undeniable bond over the struggles and joys of their autistic siblings.  They have been protecting their brother and sister their entire lives, but they can't keep them sheltered forever.  As Zoe and Marley face challenges at school and home, they wonder: Can a relationship ...more
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Jun 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Bonnie Synclaire’s stories garnered several awards from the Reflections® Arts contests, including a state-level title. She began publishing at 16 years old, her books appearing on the Kindle bestseller chart, Amazon #1 New Release chart, and’s Top 100 list. She has written two Young Adult series: Blue Valley Nights, a heartrending realistic fiction series, and The Genesis Files, a thrille ...more

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