Author: Bethany Lopez

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Award-Winning Author Bethany Lopez began self-publishing in June 2011. Since then she has published various YA and NA books. She is a lover of romance, family, and friends, and enjoys incorporating those things in what she writes. When she isn't reading or writing, she loves spending time with her husband and children, traveling whenever possible.

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$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED PAPERBACK by Bethany Lopez

$10 GIVEAWAY and SIGNED PAPERBACK by Bethany Lopez

“Who the fuck are you?” I whipped my head up as I was shoving the camera back in my purse, and saw a strange man standing by a rehabbed old Camaro, smoking a cigarette. “Uh … a friend of Clarice’s. I was just using the bathroom,” I managed, not sure who the guy was, or what my next move should be. “Yeah?” he asked, throwing his cigarette to the ground and taking a step toward me. “You need a camera to do that?” Shit. Before he could make another move, I secured my bag on my shoulder, turned and took off like a shot. I hit Main Street, cursing myself for wearing the damn boots when the sound of a motorcycle pulling up along side of me caused me to turn my head. My first thought was, where the hell did the bike come from? Then I realized it wasn’t… Read more »

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EXCERPT and GIVEAWAY: TTYL by Bethany Lopez

EXCERPT and GIVEAWAY: TTYL by Bethany Lopez

Welcome to my spot on the TTYL Blog Tour hosted by YA Bound blog tours!  today I have an excerpt and a giveaway for you courtesy of Author Bethany Lopez!    I hope you enjoy it, this is book four in her YA series, Stories About Melissa. EXCERPT I was walking toward the class, head down, when I heard Jimmy call my name. I looked up to see him jogging toward me. “Hey, I was hoping to catch you before class,” he said with a shy smile. I looked up at his sandy hair, which was a little too long as usual, and sweet face, and smiled back. I really missed being around him. “What’s up?” I asked. “Look, I heard a bit about what’s going on with you, and I talked to Jess. I just wanted to tell you that I’m sorry.” “For what?” I asked, totally surprised. “Because… Read more »

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