Caitlin Sinead’s novels, HEARTSICK and RED BLOODED, have received positive reviews from Library Journal, RT Book Reviews, and USA TODAY. Her writing has also earned accolades from Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Glimmer Train, and Writers & Artists, and my stories have appeared in multiple publications, including The Alarmist, The Binnacle,Crunchable, Jersey Devil Press, and Northern Virginia Magazine. She earned a master’s degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University and has also studied writing at the College of William and Mary and Yale University. She is represented by Andrea Somberg at Harvey Klinger, Inc.
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Quinn is looking forward to her senior year at Poe University. She has big plans to hang out with her best friend, flirt with a certain boy genius, party at her favorite dive bar and figure out what she’s going to do after graduation with her not-so-useful art major. But that’s before she meets Luke, a hot townie who’s moved back home to help take care of his dying sister. And it’s before a weird epidemic sweeps across campus, mysteriously turning people’s eyes purple.
Is it an odd side effect from a new party drug?
Is it a rogue virus developed in a campus lab?
Is it the mark of the devil?
Soon the town starts blaming the university and the student religious group becomes frighteningly aggressive in their on-campus accusations. Quinn and Luke are caught in the middle—until a tragic accident forces Luke to reveal the one part of himself he’s kept carefully hidden. That he’s so much more than the happy-go-lucky boy next door Quinn had believed him to be isn’t a surprise…but this truth might be too dangerous for her to handle.
“This unique read–containing a boatload of likable characters and a few spine-tingling chills–plays out like a mystery movie on the big screen. The author really keeps readers guessing with each flip of the page–and it gets more and more exciting all the way up to the last chapter, which has the potential to make jaws drop.” – RT Book Reviews
Winner receives an Amazon or Barnes and Noble ebook.
Make a comment to enter. After 24 hours, Caitlin will contact the winner.
(Winner chosen using random.org via the comments.)
I’m in the middle of Red-Blooded and LOVE IT!! Can’t wait to read Heartsick… Caitlin Sinead is a fantastic writer!
I can’t wait to read this. I love stories of young adults. Even if their eyes turn purple.
Heartsick sounds like my kind of book. I hope I win. I’ll do a review for you too. 🙂
This sounds awesome. Can’t wait to read it!
Purple eyes, sign me up. Sounds intriguing.
I love front covers and back covers that draw me to inside the covers. Your covers certainly did that! Looks and sounds like my kind of book! And thanks for mentoring.
This. Sounds. Awesome! Can’t wait to read this book!! Absolutely LOVE the cover as well!
now I’m all intrigued! must. read. now.
I love, love mysteries, ever since I started reading on my own with Nancy Drew books as a kid. Thanks for the chance to win a copy. Purple is my favorite color!
How come kids eyes didn’t turn purple when I went to college? Would have made it far more interesting! Thanks for the opportunity!
This sounds fantastic! I’d love to read it!
Love it — one more addition to my TBR pile. But this sounds like it deserves a spot up around the top. Mystery, sure. But I love the Townie v Campus element infused to bring all the ingredients to a boil.
I haven’t read anything by this author before, but this sounds like a fantastic book.
Purple happens to be my favorite color 🙂
Looking forward to find out what the truth may be.
Looks like an interesting read. I like the cover of the book. Thanks for sharing. I hope that I win.
So many questions! Does Luke know the truth? Is Quinn immune to whatever is affecting others? Can’t wait to read it 😀
You won me with “flirt with a certain boy genius”. What can I say, I like my boys smart 😀
Thanks so much for the chance to win this for our library!
Want to read this!
Love the cover!! This book looks right up my alley 🙂
Campus accusation caught my fancy, like we never heard that before on the news, glad it’s just a story though.