Connie Phillips has never told a lie—until now. An anonymous letter shatters the world Connie thought she knew and trusted. The news that her parents aren’t really her own leaves her angry, devastated and alone. The search for the truth leads her down a dark, desolate forest road where she meets a boy in the shadows who has secrets of his own. Rockland’s life has been ruled by an ancient curse since the day he was born. Forever labeled a misfit and a rebel, he is desperate to convince his leaders that integration with the modern world will be the salvation of their kind—not their demise. After their worlds collide in the middle of a dark forest, Connie and Rocks strike a deal to help each other find the answers they both need—away from her lying parents and the judgmental sneers of his colony. But, can they find love on their journey to discover who they are and where they belong in the world?
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SANGUINE MOUNTAIN is a sweet, fun read. I loved reading this book. The characters and story line are well-developed. Connie has always thought that her parents were her real parents. Until a letter shatters that bubble. Now she is determined to find her true Mom. She is driving to the last known place her true Mom once lived when she takes a wrong turn and is lost. Her car overheats and she has to find someone to help her out. Now she is on a lone, darkened, deserted road when she comes across a group of people that are at what looks like a festival. She meets Rocks and he helps her with the car. During this he accidentally flips in front of her into a bat. She screams and knocks him out. This is a sweet young adult paranormal romance. I give SANGUINE MOUNTAIN 5/5 STARS.