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Jeanine Frost Explains "New Adult" Genre

In one of Jeanine Frost's latest blog posts via GoodReads.com she clarified what the "new adult" genre is. It seems some people thought that her Broken Destiny series was a young adult series due to it being "new adult".

Here is a portion of her blog posted clearly stating that the Broken Destiny series is not a young adult series....

Some readers confused the NA (New Adult) designation with YA (Young Adult) and thus erroneously thought that this was a "children's" series. Um, NO. New Adult means that there is definite adult content and it is not intended for young readers, so the new cover / description will (hopefully) make that abundantly apparent. Once I'm allowed to post the updated cover and description, I will.


Follow this link for Jeanine Frost's blog post.

Be on the look out for The Sweetest Burn, book two of the Broken Destiny series! It will be released November 2015.


The Sweetest Burn (Broken Destiny #2)
The breathtaking second novel in New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frost's Broken Destiny series finds Ivy and Adrian rekindling their alliance – and passion - as the struggle for the fate of the world begins . . .

Conquering a supernatural realm turned out to be easier than getting over a broken heart. But her initial victory has made Ivy a target for revenge, forcing her to reunite with the dangerous – and dangerously sexy – Adrian. Ivy isn’t sure which will be harder: finding the hallowed weapon that will repair the crumbling walls between demon and human realms, or resisting Adrian, who’s decided that come hell or high water, he will make Ivy his.

At first, Adrian tried to resist his feelings for Ivy. Now, determined to break the curse that dooms their love, he’s vowed to save her and to have her. If only he can persuade her to forgive his past sins. But defying destiny—and surrendering to the smoldering desire between them —will bring consequences and sacrifices they never imagined . . .

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