Project Emma PRINT

By Hannah Kay

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What started as homework ended in fireworks.

Emma has one foot out of her small Southern town. She spends her weekends memorizing facts and figures and spending time with Alex, her best friend, while she still has time. In six months, they’ll be out of there.

Nonetheless, every day that the quiet, determined high school senior hops in Alex’s hand-me-down car and goes to school, she spends more time within the confines of her favorite books than hanging out with the high school entourage—that is, until an English project becomes so much more than an assignment.

Suddenly, with the help of a bad boy on a horse, Emma embarks on a journey to find herself and escape her comfort zone, all the while learning lasting lessons about friendship and the power of love. Yet, in the end, she has to make the choice—to love or to leave?

General Release Date: 25th February 2020

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ISBN: 978-1-83943-855-4
Word Count: 88,607
Language: English
Book Length: SUPER NOVEL
Pages: 414

About the author
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Hannah Kay

Hannah Kay is a cowbell ringing, true maroon wearing writer of young adult fiction and a graduate of English from Mississippi State University. Hannah teaches high school English as a relatable language and hopes to instil a love of reading and writing into her students.

A self-proclaimed wallflower, Hannah published her first short novel, The Artist and Me, with Finch Books in April of 2016, and followed with The Separation in March of 2017. When Hannah isn’t glued to her keyboard, she can be found curled up on the couch watching reruns on TV or singing show tunes at the top of her lungs. Feel free to connect with Hannah on social media for updates!

You can follow Hannah on Instagram here and find her website here.

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  Reviewed by Kay Buntyn

Hannah Kay is a riveting writer. I enjoyed every page. Found it hard to put it down. Interesting to the very last word. There’s an “Emma” inside all of us that have had a first love! Be sure...

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  Reviewed by Marti Linderman

This isn't your typical teenage romance where the cheerleader type winds up with a bad boy. It isn't the stereotypical rom-com inspiring fluff where the girl is completely clueless about the guy or cl...

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