Book Description

Wrecked by Elle Casey

High Seas and High Adventure from the author of The Changlings, War of the Fae.

If you liked The Breakfast Club and The Swiss Family Robinson, you’ll love WRECKED!

An ill-fated Caribbean cruise and four teenagers: a nerd, a jock, a mouse, and a beauty queen…an island, a treehouse, some nefarious interlopers…life and death…fear and loathing…love and laughter.

Follow Jonathan, Kevin, Candi and Sarah as they find their typical high school lives and their worlds totally WRECKED.

Be sure to read these other Elle Casey books:

War of the Fae: Book One, The Changelings

War of the Fae: Book Two, Call to Arms

War of the Fae: Book Three, Darkness & Light

War of the Fae: Book Four, New World Order

My Vampire Summer, a novella

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IBD Verdict

Epic summer to do list: 1. Go on a Caribbean cruise, 2. Get wrecked by the beach, 3. Read wrecked. Enough said.

Book Extra

AMAZING, AMAZING, AMAZING! I’m not sure how to begin this review and remain professional… so I’ll just be honest. I FUDGING loved this book! (SOOO SOOO MUCH!) It was fantastic!=)…” ~ Nancy Figueroa, Tumbling Books, book blog

“The characters were fantastic, and the character development was even better. The events in this book were so monumental that it would have been unbelievable if they hadn’t changed. I don’t even know how to describe how I felt about the character development and the plot…it was just perfect. Nobody could have written it any better. It seemed so realistic!” ~ Grace, YA-Aholic book blog.

“…A Fun Debut Novel! My favorite part of the book was their time on the island. The character dynamics were well done, and Casey clearly put a lot of thought into what they would need to do to survive, not just physically but emotionally. This was a fun book and a promising debut novel…” ~ Ally Arendt- Word Vagabond

This book had me at HelloI had never heard of Elle Casey prior to getting this book..I wish I had … I loved the fact that [the story] was about siblings having to befriend other siblings.” ~ Peggy, Le’ Book Squirrel blog

Book Insight

  • File Size: 577 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006SG4OM0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled

Elle Casey is an American author living in southern France with her husband and three children. She writes in a variety of genre including Young Adult Action/Adventure, Young Adult Fantasy, Adult Thriller, and Adult Contemporary Romance.

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In the Author's own words

Hi. I’m Elle Casey, a writer who in her spare time is also a lawyer, professor, mother and wife (and not necessarily in that order). I’d love to be writing fiction full time – and I’m nearly there, so please, become a fan!

Okay, more about me. I’ve been reading since I was 4 and have read probably over a couple thousand books in my lifetime. I love books!! I can’t tell you how many things I’ve not gotten done because I was too busy reading and how many nights I’ve stayed up until the sun began to rise, finishing up a good book.

I don’t have much time for reading these days, what with all the writing I’ve been doing. But my favorite genres are fantasy/paranormal, dystopian/post-apocalyptic, thriller, horror – though not so much anymore, but when I was younger, Stephen King was my guy – romance, literary fiction … okay, so I like most of ‘em.

My first writing venture began in junior high. My buddy Kim and I had this notebook we would take turns writing notes to each other in, trading it back and forth between classes. It was decorated with stickers and designs done in paint pen. We used it to chat back and forth, gossip about teachers, boys, etc. It was IMing and texting, 25 years before that stuff was even invented. We were so ahead of that curve, it wasn’t even funny.

I started writing a romance novel in this notebook for my friend Kim, who had an unrequited crush on this guy named Kevin. Each day she’d beg me for a new chapter. The life I created for her in our notebook far exceeded the enjoyment she was receiving in the real world. But like all good stories, it had to come to an end. That happened when she dropped the notebook in a puddle on the way to school one day. It’s probably no surprise that one of the male characters in my first book is named Kevin, and the other, the name of my first crush from pre-school – where I learned to read.

Fast forward to adulthood. Two years ago I threw all caution to the wind, checked out of corporate life, and moved the family to southern France where I now live with my husband, three children and dog – surrounded by vineyards, ancient Roman ruins, and wonderful, warm people I am proud to call friends. I still have a work life where I do my lawyer thing and university professor thing. I blog. I email. I read when I can.

I decided last year after finishing up my first novel (a year-long odyssey of unfocused fits and starts) that I have no patience for the traditional publishing process; I didn’t even bother to submit any of my work to agents or publishers. Instead, I went the e-publishing route that so many before me have already taken. (Thank you, pioneers!) And guess what … I’ve got readers! Yay me! As soon as my first book began to sell, I started focusing all of my free time on writing.


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