Guys, I’m so excited to get to do this I can’t even stand it! On this joyous day, 2 days before Christmas, Santa has come early to me. Santa has come in the form of Miranda Kenneally asking me, along with 3 other bloggers, to reveal the cover of her July 2014 book Breathe, Annie, Breathe. I know right? Like I said, so excited I can’t stand it! And do you know why I’m so excited? Because I got to be a very very early reader of this book and I have to tell you, it is fan-FREAKING-tastic! I fell head over heals for this one and I fell hard. For the longest time Catching Jordan(review) was my favorite of her books with Corndog from Stealing Parker(review) as my favorite Kenneally guy, but I have to tell you, Breathe, Annie, Breath has blown both out of the water and there is only one word for that…Jeremiah. LOVE LOVE LOVE him and I think you will too.
I know, you want to see the cover, and you will. But first, let me tell you what the book is about:
Eighteen-year-old Annie Winters can barely run a mile without wheezing. Still, she’s training to run the Music City Marathon in seven short months. Running is so not her thing, but she has to finish what her boyfriend started… before he died.
Annie feels guilt that she’s still alive and blames herself for his death; she has to do this to honor him – running a marathon was his dream. Plus training gives her something to do, it’s a distraction. So is Jeremiah Brown.
He’s an adrenaline junkie who runs marathons backwards. He flirts with Annie on the trails and it makes her feel alive and happy and guilty all at the same time. She wants to both race into his arms and sprint in the opposite direction – because loving is a risk she’s not sure she’s ready to take again…
Awesome right? Can’t wait to have this on my shelf added to the Kenneally Collection.
And now without any more waiting, I give you the cover of Breathe, Annie, Breathe:
GAH, I ♥♥♥♥♥ it! I love that it is different from her other books and stands on it’s own. because Breathe, Annie, Breathe was different from Kenneally’s other books and it needs to stand apart.
So ABCers, what do you think? Do you love it as much as I do?