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Andrea Colt grew up reading and squabbling with her twin. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia with her fiancé, a fridge full of cheese, and two muses in feline form.
TORCHED is a cute and funny story wrapped in a contemporary wrapped in a mystery. Meet Rose Whitfield: cheerleader, popular, about to lose her virginity to her boyfriend Ryan until... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brittany (The Book Addict's Guide)
I'm really surprised to discover I never left a review for this book the first time I read it. But now that I've read it again, I wasn't about to commit that felony (get it?). Read morePublished 14 months ago by melannie @ Books Are Vital
Colt did a wonderful job creating characters that you should hate, but totally love. The dynamic between Rose and Paxton is very relatable, and I found myself cheering for Rose... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Melanie Hooyenga
This is a really cute, funny book. It has a little bit of everything – romance, heartbreak, mystery, and humor.
Rose is the typical head cheerleader. Read more
It's an adorable story about friendships, revenge, first loves, and everything in between. It was not what I was looking for, but overall the book was goodPublished 22 months ago by Dena Schibell
Rose Whitfield has it all: the perfect boyfriend, a popular BFF, the captain spot on the cheerleading squad and the top GPA at her high school. Read morePublished 23 months ago by YA Book Queen
Every once in a while, we all need those light, relaxing books that are oh so good yet don't overwhelm with heavy issues. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by Maida @ Literary Love Affair
This is one of the best contemporary YA books I've read this year. The story is deliciously chock-full of mean girls, stuck-up hot guys, teenage angst, painful self-discovery, and... Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by Vicky A Savage
When I first started reading this, I was hesitant. The first few chapters leading up to everything were kind of lull for me. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by bethany f