Friday, February 28, 2020

Giveaway: What I Want You to See

Happy Friday! I have partnered with Freeform Books to bring to you guys a giveaway for Catherine Linka's What I Want You to See.  It a YA novel that just came out this month and it's being desscribed as a "coming of age story meets art-forgery thriller."  Sounds good, right?

Goodreads says, "Winning a scholarship to California’s most prestigious art school seems like a fairy tale ending to Sabine Reye’s awful senior year. After losing both her mother and her home, Sabine longs for a place where she belongs.  But the cutthroat world of visual arts is nothing like what Sabine had imagined. Colin Krell, the renowned faculty member whom she had hoped would mentor her, seems to take merciless delight in tearing down her best work—and warns her that she’ll lose the merit-based award if she doesn’t improve.  Desperate and humiliated, Sabine doesn’t know where to turn. Then she meets Adam, a grad student who understands better than anyone the pressures of art school. He even helps Sabine get insight on Krell by showing her the modern master’s work in progress, a portrait that’s sold for a million dollars sight unseen.  Sabine is enthralled by the portrait; within those swirling, colorful layers of paint is the key to winning her inscrutable teacher’s approval. Krell did advise her to improve her craft by copying a painting she connects with . . . but what would he think of Sabine secretly painting her own version of his masterpiece? And what should she do when she accidentally becomes party to a crime so well -plotted that no one knows about it but her?  Complex and utterly original, What I Want You to See is a gripping tale of deception, attraction, and moral ambiguity."

To learn more about What I Want You to See, you can visit the Catherine Linka's website,  follow Catherine on Twitter, or visit her on Facebook.   You can also buy What I Want You to See on Amazon or at Barnes and Noble.  


One lucky reader will win a copy of What I Want You to See. Please refer to my giveaway rules.  Good luck and thanks for visiting!

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  1. Oh this sounds intriguing ... especially the art angle!

    1. Right? That is definitely an original idea. I haven't read too many YA novels involving art forgery. Thanks for visiting, Rebecca.


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