Blog Tour: 4Ever Girl by @CheathamMarian

Young Adult Contemporary
Date Published: July 14, 2016

4Ever Girl, Book Two in the Stratford High Series. Inspired by Shakespeare’s controversial comedy, The Merchant of Venice.
 Benji Merchant, has only one desire – to take the beautiful and spirited, Portia Belmont, to their senior prom. But first, Benji must win her heart. He enlists the help of his twin sister, Toni Merchant, in a wild scheme to impress Portia. Toni has reservations, especially when she learns that her brother’s plan involves the elusive tattoo artist, Shiloh Lender. Shiloh agrees to help Benji, but only if Toni concedes to Shiloh’s unbelievable terms. Will Toni accept the challenge and support her brother in his quest for Portia’s love? Or will Toni refuse Shiloh’s conditions and let her brother down? 


I loved the barrage of emotions that Marian Cheaatham was able to bring out of me as I read about her characters. I felt connected to them as people and their journeys throughout. 
I liked how it was her own take on Shakespeare.
Benji was a great lead character and there were many secondary characters who added to the drama and fun along the way. 

Marian Cheatham is a full-time writer of YA novels and screenplays, part-time everything else - spouse, homemaker, volunteer, and animal guardian of five pets. In her free time, she loves to read, walk, garden, and travel. Not necessarily in that order. She and her husband work hard (and have fun) ticking off items on their Bucket List.
Her YA series, Stratford High, revolves around modern retellings of Shakespeare’s plays. Ruined, Book One, is inspired by the Bard’s classic romance, Much Ado About Nothing. 4Ever Girl, Book Two, is inspired by Shakespeare’s controversial comedy, The Merchant of Venice.

Marian’s debut YA, Eastland, is based on the real-life story of the 1915 Eastland boat disaster in Chicago.

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  1. Bailey, thank you for hosting 4Ever Girl and the lovely review. Could you please post your review on Amazon and/or Goodreads for me? I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you again. Love your site!
    Marian Cheatham