Desire, Book 1

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Sparklesoup Studios, 2011 - Fiction - 290 pages
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A Dystopian world where everyone's future is planned out for them at age 18...whether it is what a person desires or not. Kama is about to turn 18 and she thinks her Life s Plan will turn out like her boyfriend's and friend's as they desired. But when she glimpse a young man who can communicate with her with his thoughts and knows her name...a young man with burning blue eyes and raven hair, who is dressed like no other in her world, she is left to question her Life's Plan and her destiny. Knowing the truth can destroy everyone.

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Review: Desire (Desire #1)

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

See more of my reviews on my blog Thoughts At One In The Morning. I have seen so many Kailin Gow books out there. This is the one series that intrigued me the most though. And that coverů just so ... Read full review

Review: Desire (Desire #1)

User Review  - Sedina - Goodreads

First off, I know its really hard to write a book but really?! Nobody read this through before publication? Its badly written and the entire plot is thin and not well thought out. The entire story ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Kailin Gow has appeared on top national syndicated talk shows such as ABC Radio, Barbara Dooley show, and more as a leading authority on YA and women's issues including self-esteem, body image, dating and sexual relationships, abuse, and bullying. Kailin has been a published author for over 10 years with over 100 titles published under her name and under pen names. She is the founder of the community social site, The Saving You Saving Me Project, http: // which helps teens, young adults, and women deal with social issues like sexual abuse, self-esteem, body image, bullying, cutting, relationships, and more in a positive community environment. The Saving You Saving Me Project is an extention of her YA-mature fiction Saving You Saving Me. Kailin Gow began writing books for tween girls to help them with self-confidence and self-esteem. Her book, Gifted Girls Activities Guide to 365 Days of the Week, became a reference book used in girls organizations across the U.S. As her tween fans grew to become teens and young adults, Kailin began writing engaging and entertaining young adult book series for them. The results are book series like the Frost Series, PULSE Series, Wicked Woods Series, Stoker Sisters, Phantom Diaries, The Fire Wars, FADE, DESIRE, and more.

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