Touch and Pretty Amy nominated for Cybils Award


We’re thrilled to announce that two of Entangled Teen’s titles – Touch (Denazen, #1) by Jus Accardo and Pretty Amy by Lisa Burstein – have been nominated for the 2012 Cybils Award!
A big thank you to all the amazing readers and bloggers for making this happen!

You can find Touch nominated in the Fantasy/Science-Fiction Category and Pretty Amy in the Young Adult Fiction Category.


A Denazen Novel – Book One – by Jus Accardo 

When a strange boy tumbles down a river embankment and lands at her feet,
seventeen-year-old adrenaline junkie Deznee Cross snatches the opportunity to piss off her father by bringing the mysterious hottie with ice blue eyes home.

Except there’s something off with Kale. He wears her shoes in the shower,
is overly fascinated with things like DVDs and vases, and acts like she’ll turn to dust if he touches her. It’s not until Dez’s father shows up, wielding a gun and knowing
more about Kale than he should, that Dez realizes there’s more to this
boy—and her father’s “law firm”—than she realized.

Kale has been a prisoner of Denazen Corporation—an organization
devoted to collecting “special” kids known as Sixes and using them as
weapons—his entire life. And, oh yeah, his touch? It kills.
The two team up with a group of rogue Sixes hellbent on taking down
Denazen before they’re caught and her father discovers the biggest secret of all. A secret Dez has spent her life keeping safe.

A secret Kale will kill to protect.

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Pretty Amy

by Lisa Burstein

Amy is fine living in the shadows of beautiful Lila and uber-cool Cassie, because at least she’s somewhat beautiful and uber-cool by association. But when their dates stand them up for prom, and the girls take matters into their own hands—earning them a night in jail outfitted in satin, stilettos, and Spanx—Amy discovers even a prom spent in handcuffs might be better than the humiliating “rehabilitation techniques” now filling up her summer. Even worse, with Lila and Cassie parentally banned, Amy feels like she has nothing—like she is nothing.

Navigating unlikely alliances with her new coworker, two very different boys, and possibly even her parents, Amy struggles to decide if it’s worth being a best friend when it makes you a public enemy. Bringing readers along on an often hilarious and heartwarming journey, Amy finds that maybe getting a life only happens once you think your life is over.

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