Remy by Katy Evan Blog Tour

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Book Title: Remy

Author: Katy Evans
Date of Publication: November 26, 2013
Publisher: Gallery Books
Blog Tour Hosted by: The SUBClub Books

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Underground fighter Remington Tate is a mystery, even to himself. His mind is dark and light, complex and enlightening. At times his actions and moods are carefully measured, and at others, they spin out of control.

Through it all, there's been one constant: wanting, needing, loving, and protecting Brooke Dumas. This is his story; from the first moment he laid eyes on her and knew, without a doubt, she would be the realest thing he's ever had to fight for.

I totally love Remy from the beginning! I was definitely excited that he was going to say his own story. We get definitely get to see all of Remy weak moments. I really did want to read what went on in Remy’s head, especially when he’s having his episodes. Reading Remy is like reading about a love on crack and speed. We all know that Remy is a damaged man. He’s diagnosed as bipolar, but that doesn’t define him. Remy is a fighter. He’s protective, possessive, strong, passionate, and a total bad ass alpha male. Behind all these amazing qualities, there is much more to Remy, the REAL REMY. He expresses his emotions and thoughts through his music. He is a man of few words and finally in Remy, readers get an insider’s perspective on his thoughts and feelings. A definitely must read book. 

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About Katy Evans

Hey! I’m Katy Evans and I love family, books, life, and love. I’m married with two children and three dogs and spend my time baking, walking, writing, reading, and taking care of my family. Thank you for spending your time with me and picking up my story. I hope you had an amazing time with it, like I did. If you’d like to know more about books in progress, look me up on the Internet, I’d love to hear from you!


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