Divulge by C.M. Boers
Genre: Young Adult
Just when Abby and Eli think that their problems with Pete are solved, he disappears and takes Ren with him. Ultimately, their only choice is to venture off to Colorado to find him and rescue Ren. There was only one thing standing in their way; Abby’s mom. But surprisingly, she falls for Abby’s excuse hook, line, and sinker. Then after numerous dead ends, Abby and Eli are finally on the right track. That is, until Abby’s second nightmare comes true. Her fear and anxiety pulls Eli back to her once again, ruining their chances of catching Pete. How would they ever get Ren back now? Back at home, things are beginning to go back to normal again – or were they? Abby and Eli are even able to go on a proper date. But when someone comes up missing, Eli and Abby’s relationship will test its limits. Will it survive? Through it all Abby is sick of being treated with kid gloves, it’s time for a new persona. Abby dons her new outlook on life and never-fear attitude, bringing new friends into her life, but it just might put her in over her head. How will she get out of it this time?
Obscured was C. M.’s debut novel. What began as a way to spend her free time slowly transitioned into a passion for writing. She’s currently working on releasing her second novel, Divulge. The best is yet to come!
M. is a mother of three. She grew up in the sunshine state of Arizona with a love of reading and an ambition to write. But never took her writing seriously until after the birth of her first child. After that she took up writing more seriously in her spare time and hasn’t stopped since.
My three favorite places to write
- Starbucks! That little kick of caffeine works wonders when I am trying to those thoughts bouncing around in my head onto paper.
- The library! Of course the library is a great place to write, but the library I write at is quite unique in that it boasts huge windows which let in a large amount of light and it sits right next to a preserve so there is lake surrounded by desert right out the window to enjoy.
- Home! I do really enjoy writing at home, though I do have to have it super bright otherwise I get sleepy!