Published by Simon Pulse
Published on September 13th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Crime, Thriller, Young Adult
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Gone in Sixty Seconds meets Heist Society in this edgy novel about a crack team of teenage criminals on a mission to learn to trust, build a life, and steal a wish list of exotic cars.
Jules Parish has screwed up.
After three years of boosting cars, she got caught. She’s too good to get caught, but she let her (ex)-boyfriend talk her into a questionable job. And now she and her little sister, Emma, will be kicked out of their foster home, left to survive on the unforgiving streets of Las Vegas alone.
Eccentric, wealthy Roger Montgomery wants to open up his mansion to Jules and Emma. The only catch? Jules must steal seven of the rarest, most valuable muscle cars in the world…in seven weeks. Even worse, she’s forced to put her trust in three complete strangers to help her do it.
First there’s Chelsea, the gorgeous redhead with a sharp tongue and love for picking locks. Then there’s Mat, who hasn’t met a system he couldn’t hack. And finally there’s the impossibly sexy car thief Nick, whose bad attitude and mysterious past drive Jules crazy.
With nothing in common and everything to lose, can Jules and her amateur crew pull off what could be the biggest car heist in history? Or will things spin out of control faster than a Nevada dust devil?
I am a weee bit obsessed with Dawn’s covers.
I mean, check out the covers for Anne & Henry (a modern-day retelling of the story of Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII):
(Super cute! )
But when I saw the cover of Overdrive, I loved the colors so much, it inspired me to create a makeup collage to match!
Feast thine eyes upon it:
I loved all the facets of color that reflected off the neon lights/signs as the car is speeding by.
I spent so much time playing around with different shades; the possibilities are endless!
My cover love is so strong with this one; I can’t wait to get my grabby hands on my own copy when it hits shelves next week!
And if you’d like to create your own cover-inspired collage, head over to polyvore.com!
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