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Burning Bright ❰Read❯ ➵ Burning Bright Author Chanda Stafford – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Three years ago, Samantha Gray killed her parentsHaunted by their deaths, she hides her scars behind sarcasm and vintage t shirts, counting the days until she can escape her foster home in Alegria, Ar Three years ago, Samantha Gray killed her parentsHaunted by their deaths, she hides her scars behind sarcasm and vintage t shirts, counting the days until she can escape her foster home in Alegria, Arizona Then she meets Ben, a California boy whose filmmaker parents constructed a big cat sanctuary outside of town She s hesitant to get close, terrified he ll learn her secretWhen Ben introduces Sam to Solomon, a Bengal tiger on borrowed time whose gruesome history eerily mirrors her own, she must decide whether she s strong enough to overcome her past and save not only Solomon s life, but her own And to do that, she ll need to tell Ben the truth.

    Kindle Edition ↠ Burning Bright PDF/EPUB å of town She s hesitant to get close, terrified he ll learn her secretWhen Ben introduces Sam to Solomon, a Bengal tiger on borrowed time whose gruesome history eerily mirrors her own, she must decide whether she s strong enough to overcome her past and save not only Solomon s life, but her own And to do that, she ll need to tell Ben the truth."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 317 pages
  • Burning Bright
  • Chanda Stafford
  • English
  • 03 July 2018

About the Author: Chanda Stafford

Chanda Stafford teaches middle and high school English She loves traveling and currently lives in Michigan with her husband and a menagerie of rescued dogs and catsWhen she s not reading or writing, Chanda enjoys old zombie movies, authentic Italian food, and comic books.



10 thoughts on “Burning Bright

  1. Caitlin L Caitlin L says:

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  4. Erry Erry says:

    3.5 Stars.I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.So, I accidentally just deleted my review and its super late, so if its a bad review I m sorry When I saw a chance to read an ARC of this book I was simply ecstatic, I mean, come on, take a gander at that cover Isn t it just beautiful Isn t it Anyways on the plus side the book is great as wellIn all honestly when I first picked up this book I was expecting some light and fun read YA chic lit But in all h 3.5 Stars.I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.So, I accidentally just deleted my review and its super late, so if its a bad review I m sorry When I saw a chance to read an ARC of this book I was simply ecstatic, I mean, come on, take a gander at that cover Isn t it just beautiful Isn t it Anyways on the plus side the book is great as wellIn all honestly when I first picked up this book I was expecting some light and fun read YA chic lit But in all honesty this book deals with some pretty intense stuff, and I am happy to say that the author deals with this issues really quite well, but there were still certain events that made this book hard to read.The book is about Sam Gray, who lives with some pretty horrible foster parents She has a best friend and has to deal with school, as well as work Everything changes when she s introduced to Ben Ramirez and the Bengal Tiger that is at his parents Cat Sanctuary.The main character Sam is quite a complex character She didn t necessarily have the nicest personality, but that had a lot to do with the events of the past She was a really easy character to read about in the novel, and the problems that the author dealt with were real issues of today, and the author dealt with these issues amazingly On the other hand, Sam s some of the decisions that she made, confused me, and left me somewhat miffed at her Also, the suspense of her past was kind of lost to me, due to all the events of that occurred in the novel.Ben was an interesting character I wanted to love his character, I honestly did There were parts where he interacted with Sam that left me awwing However all of this got overshadowed by the fact that early on in the book, I wanted to swat him over the head and ask him to make a decision It actually really annoyed me But after all of that drama Ben s all right and quite a cute boy and seriously romantic.The only other minor problem I had with the novel was Sam s best friend and her relationship I really wasn t sure how their friendship lasted, especially after certain eventsThis book was a lovely, with the few exceptions that left me really annoyed, but as soon I was able to look past it, I found a gem

  5. Karen • The Book Return Karen • The Book Return says:

    Read this review andon my blog.The Book Return BlogSam is haunted by her parents death She is at fault for what happened to them Her punishment is to live with abusive foster parents that only care about the stipend she brings them Sam s life changes when she meets California boy, Ben.Ben is the son of movie star turned animal conservationist parents What will happen when Sam becomes wrapped up in Ben s world.To me there is two separate plots to, Burning Bright The first is Sam s gr Read this review andon my blog.The Book Return BlogSam is haunted by her parents death She is at fault for what happened to them Her punishment is to live with abusive foster parents that only care about the stipend she brings them Sam s life changes when she meets California boy, Ben.Ben is the son of movie star turned animal conservationist parents What will happen when Sam becomes wrapped up in Ben s world.To me there is two separate plots to, Burning Bright The first is Sam s gritty struggle to survive She lives in a tent so as not to have to live in her foster parents house She is in constant fear of her foster father Sam also has to work in a second hand store in order to pay for essentials such as clothing and food She sees this as a penance for what she did to her parents What happened to Sam s parents is not revealed until the end of the book but it is implied that she is someway caused their parent s deaths This section of the story was my favorite It delved into the world of foster care It felt real and different and it kept me wanting to find out how the story turned out I also enjoyed the mystery behind Sam s past I really loved the setting of Arizona The climate and the heat highlighted the intense drama of Sam s life.The second plot involves Ben and his family running a large cat sanctuary The sanctuary takes in, Solomon, a tiger that has been labeled , a man killer Sam identifies with the tiger and tries to save him Despite being an avid animal lover, I just couldn t get into this part of the story It felt totally separate from Sam s slice of life story It just didn t have the gritty reality that Sam s other plot had and I just didn t connect with this part of the story I also didn t connect with Ben or his parents Ben s mother seemed to act rather hot and cold to Sam and it left me confused about her character.I enjoyed Burning Bright I really enjoyed this as a teenager in foster care story and I loved Sam as a character I would love to have a continuation of Sam s story

  6. Melissa Caldwell Melissa Caldwell says:

    I signed up to review this book becausewell the cover got me I did in fact judge a book by it s cover and I m glad I did I thoroughly enjoyed reading this It s written well and caught my attention pretty swiftly The characters are all pretty well developed and interesting The way Stafford connected Solomon to Sam was pretty nice and didn t feel forced at all I was kind of afraid it would be some sort of cheesy She s wild like a tiger plot device, but was in fact a really touching el I signed up to review this book becausewell the cover got me I did in fact judge a book by it s cover and I m glad I did I thoroughly enjoyed reading this It s written well and caught my attention pretty swiftly The characters are all pretty well developed and interesting The way Stafford connected Solomon to Sam was pretty nice and didn t feel forced at all I was kind of afraid it would be some sort of cheesy She s wild like a tiger plot device, but was in fact a really touching element that caught me off guard in a good way If I had to make a gripe about this book I d say that I d really would have likedabout Emily and Sam s friendship How they met, how they became friends, etc It was briefly touched upon, but I would have loved a bitdepth That s pretty much it I really enjoyed Burning Bright and would recommend it

  7. Angela Angela says:

    Last year I went to the Alpena bookfair I picked up Burning Bright there and met the author I thoroughly enjoyed this novel A young girl Samantha Grey hasn t had it easy She believes she killed her parents, and to top it off her only surviving relatives call the cops on her In survival mode and living with unfit foster parents she s attempting to survive with the help of her best friend, Emily She meets a boy named Ben, and slowly she starts to open up a part of herself she s kept hidden.

  8. Diana Diana says:

    What happened to SamAbsolutely loved this book about a troubled orphaned teenage girl and what she has to deal with.Her foster parents are just in it for the money they get from the state and treat her bad her classmates at school all ridicule her daily for being different This is something that truly happens to some kids that have lost their parents and to go to foster care She wears long sleeves to cover her scarred arms and shoulders so this make her classmates pick on her because she dres What happened to SamAbsolutely loved this book about a troubled orphaned teenage girl and what she has to deal with.Her foster parents are just in it for the money they get from the state and treat her bad her classmates at school all ridicule her daily for being different This is something that truly happens to some kids that have lost their parents and to go to foster care She wears long sleeves to cover her scarred arms and shoulders so this make her classmates pick on her because she dresses different I would whole heartedly recommend to book to everyone

  9. Juli White Juli White says:

    Amazing book Absolutely loved this book It reminded me of a friend of mines struggles in the foster home she grew up in Chanda writes the best booksI can not wait for her to writeI have read everything she has written and they have all been wonderful books

  10. ~Misty~ ~Misty~ says:

    Sweet I really,enjoyed reading Burning Bright The storyline was wonderful and found that the integration of the cat sanctuary was sweet I fell in love with Sam, just because of how she seemed real to me Loved the ending

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