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Harper's voice rings true, and readers looking for a mildly steamy romance (with more than a splash of alcohol, smoking and sex) won't be disappointed.
SAVING JUNE should become a movie some day - it even includes a soundtrack.
Among the many books about bullies, Harrington’s stands out for its authentic voice and unflinching portrayal of what it means to be part of the bullying. [...] In Chelsea, Harrington has created a powerful, strong-willed character, portraying her with true-to-life complexity. Even at her most unlikable, Chelsea never ceases to be fascinating.
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Hannah Harrington was born and raised in Michigan. At age 22, she sold her first novel Saving June in a two book deal with Harlequin Teen. Saving June won a gold medal in the Mature Issues category from the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. Her second novel Speechless was published in 2012. She currently resides in New York City.