Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Book Blitz & Giveaway: Wuther by V.J. Chambers


Wuther by V.J. Chambers
Publication date: July, 2013
Genre: New Adult Retelling

Synopsis:
 
This new adult retelling of Wuthering Heights is intended for mature readers due to explicit sexual content and coarse language.

Instead of storms tearing through Yorkshire moors, the sounds of '90s grunge rock whisper through backwoods American cornfields...

And give new life to the Bronte characters you love to hate.


A gypsy orphan, Heath Galloway adores Cathy Earnshaw, his childhood sweetheart. He would do anything to protect her from her drunken, abusive father--even push the man down a flight of stairs to stop him hitting her.

But with her father dead, Cathy's older brother Matt runs the Earnshaw farm and both of their lives. And Matt despises Heath. Forced to drop out of school and work the fields, Heath is separated from Cathy and the two begin to drift apart.

When Cathy meets the rich, blond, and suave Eli Linton, she finds herself torn between Eli's charm and Heath's brute potency.

Fiercely proud and stubborn, Heath doesn't take well to being brushed aside. He'll get what he wants, or he'll get revenge. No matter how long it takes.


AUTHOR BIO 
 
V. J. Chambers likes bad boys, but she likes them to be actual bad boys, not misunderstood weaklings who cover up their emotional scars with a thin veneer of pretend bad-boy-ness.

She likes to tackle difficult philosophical questions. She likes to push fiction to the edge, to go just a little farther.

She writes stories about difficult people living difficult lives in difficult situations. Usually, there’s magic. Or monsters. Or space. Or gun fights. A lot of times, there’s also L-O-V-E. (Or at least uncomfortable conversations about sex.)

She’s the author of the Jason and Azazel series and many other stories for teens and adults. She lives in Shepherdstown, WV with her boyfriend Aaron and their cat.
 
 
 
 

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for giving me a chance. I loved the classic book.

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  2. I read Wuthering Heights in high School and loved it!

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  3. I'm the odd man out... I have never read the original Wuthering Heights!!!

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  4. I read Wuthering Heights years ago and thoroughly disliked all if the characters except Cathy's nephew, Hindley or something, but it was really compelling to read. I pitied Heathcliff so much. I have no idea how this would translate to a modern update so I'll add this one to the TBR :)

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