Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the A Broken Hearts & Revenge Novel series.
- #1: Broken Hearts, Fences and Other Things to Mend (A Broken Hearts & Revenge Novel #1) (Hardcover): Email or call for price
- #2: Revenge, Ice Cream, and Other Things Best Served Cold (A Broken Hearts & Revenge Novel #2) (Hardcover): Email or call for price
WEATHER ALERT: SEVERE STORMS AHEAD. Gemma and Hallie's world has come to a screeching halt. Their parents are engaged, which makes them step-sisters. Nothing in the world could possibly be worse for Gemma and Hallie--they won't let it happen. Even if it means putting their own feud aside to separate their parents. Events quickly escalate as a hurricane rips through the Hamptons leaving everyone (including Gemma's two exes, her current crush, best friend, and her nemesis) bottled up in one house. One big, miserable group of exes and enemies together allow secrets to unfold and plans to be plotted. The calm before this storm definitely doesn't exist.
Katie Finn pulls out all the stops for this fast-paced, romance-revenge novel, Hearts, Fingers, and Other Things to Cross, the dramatic conclusion to the Broken Hearts and Revenge series that began with Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend and Revenge, Ice Cream, and Other Things Best Served Cold.
"This book is the perfect way to wrap up my favorite series!" —Morgan Matson
About the Author
Katie Finn is the author of the Top 8 trilogy. She's never plotted revenge on anyone (who didn’t deserve it) but has been known to assume another identity. To this day, she and Morgan Matson have never been seen in the same room. She lives in Los Angeles, in a house she wishes was a lot closer to the beach.
Praise for the Broken Hearts and Revenge series:
"This book is the perfect way to wrap up my favorite series!" —Morgan Matson on Hearts, Fingers, and Other Things to Cross
“Finn offers up plenty of teen angst, awkward situations, pool and beach parties, a bad breakup, a burgeoning romance, revenge, and a hole that keeps getting deeper in Gemma's quest to prove she's a nice person.” —Booklist
“There is much for teen readers to like here: snappy and snippy dialogue, embarrassing situations, blossoming romance, pool parties and the constant tension of maintaining a secret.” —Kirkus Reviews
"Teens will relate to the relationship struggles, and will find the next big revenge idea even more entertaining than the last. Gemma's perspective noticeably shifts from the beginning of the story to the end, allowing readers to gain valuable insights pertaining to the importance of communication and trust in developing strong relationships with friends as well as family.” —VOYA