Alpha Girl by Kate Bloomfield

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    Rose Goldman has been highly unpopular in the close-minded town of Halfway ever since the attack when she was a little girl, which left her scarred – internally and externally. Feared, hated, and bullied,

    Rose is isolated at home and in school. However, life takes a turn when a new teacher starts at Halfway High. Mr. Stone, the quirky, charismatic, and slightly dorky English teacher is twice Rose’s age, but she feels an unexplainable pull towards him from day one.

    Despite her better judgement, Rose pursues a friendship with Mr. Stone, who seems unable to stay away from her. What is pulling this unlikely pair together?

    About the Author:

    Kate Bloomfield
    Kate Bloomfield

    Kate was born in Enfield, London in 1989, but has lived in Wollongong, Australia for most of her life. Now working full time as an independent author, Kate has published five novels in the last 18 months.

    Her fifth and most precious novel Alpha Girl is a paranormal romance that explores a complicated a student/teacher relationship.

    Kate now works full-time as an independent author.

    Praise for Alpha Girl:

    “This novel did a train wreck number on my emotions; the logical side of me kept shaking her head saying no-no-no while my wicked side was screaming YES-YES-YES! Alpha Girl blew my freaking mind!”

    Rabid Reads Book Reviewer

    “Don’t pick up this book expecting a darkly sweet, cutesy love story. This book will blast you out of your comfort zone and make you hate yourself for turning the page. But you will turn the page.”

    • Mark Carver, Author of The Age of Apollyon

    “The book was very well crafted – the entire plot messes with your moral sense of what is right and wrong, and has you rooting for what’s ‘wrong’ the entire time. I would definitely recommend if you’re in to this type of genre.”

    –      Samantha Carney via Goodreads

    “Kate you have done it again, Alpha Girl is refreshing, stressing, unnerving and surprising book that I have read in a while.”

    –     Glow via Goodreads