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Outsiders by Tammy Ferebee
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Outsiders (Outsiders #1) by Tammy Ferebee
I received an ebook copy of this book for a honest review.
Being a teenager in senior year of high school is hard enough trying being from another world. Jaylen has suffered a family tragedy and feels lost and alone. Things are about to change in a big way for her, when she walks into first period at Trinity High and starts to actual feel a connection to others. First, she meets the beautiful but very mysterious Indigo, who quickly becomes her best friend? Second, she connects with the handsome and funny Michael who she knows for some reason she will not be able to live without. Will Jaylen find out why she finally feels a connection to these two teenagers? What is it with all the water? Final, what is the beef between Indigo and Michael?
Jaylen, a teenager who lost the most important person in her life.
Indigo, a beautiful mystery of a teenager. She wants to feel a connection to another but at what cost.
Michael, handsome, funny, and smart what is there not to love about this guy. (book boyfriend)
Kennedy, Warren, Eugene, other students at Trinity
Ms. Reed, Michael's mom, who will protect what is most dear to her heart.
Ms. Ward, Jaylen's foster mother. Loves Jaylen as if she were her actually daughter.

We already feel like Outsiders. Sh*t we are Outsiders.

Final Thoughts:
Love the diversity of the characters not something you see a lot in YA novels.
The beginning of the novel was a little slow and not a lot of originality. When the truth came out the book picked up speed fast and the story become highly original and hard to put down. Loved the ending. Can not wait for the sequel. What happens in Jersey????
Recommend for YA paranormal romance fans.
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Reading Progress

September 29, 2016 – Shelved
September 29, 2016 – Shelved as: to-read
October 4, 2016 – Started Reading
October 11, 2016 – Finished Reading

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