It’s Here: Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

Christmas has come early at Rather Be Reading!

We are really excited to present you with the cover of Miranda Kenneally’s upcoming novel: Breathe, Annie, Breathe. We have been huge fans of Miranda’s work since the release of Catching Jordan: she writes about brave young women with different backgrounds, beliefs, goals, and dreams. We love that about her.

Okay, okay, we can’t hold it in any longer. Here’s the gorgeous new cover of Breathe, Annie, Breathe:

Breathe Annie Breathe by Miranda Kenneally: cover reveal at Rather Be Reading Blog

Breathe, Annie, Breathe is part of the Hundred Oaks series and will be releases on July 1, 2014. Here’s the official summary:

Eighteen-year-old Annie Winters can barely run a mile without wheezing. Still, she’s training to run the Music City Marathon in seven short months. Running is so not her thing, but she has to finish what her boyfriend started… before he died.

Annie feels guilt that she’s still alive and blames herself for his death; she has to do this to honor him – running a marathon was his dream. Plus training gives her something to do, it’s a distraction. So is Jeremiah Brown. 

He’s an adrenaline junkie who runs marathons backwards. He flirts with Annie on the trails and it makes her feel alive and happy and guilty all at the same time. She wants to both race into his arms and sprint in the opposite direction – because loving is a risk she’s not sure she’s ready to take again…

Are you as psyched as we are?!

Be sure to add Breathe, Annie, Breathe to your reading list and stay up to date with Miranda’s work on Twitter and her website!

Now we just have to sit around and wait until July….

(In the meantime, take a visit to Hundred Oaks and check out Miranda’s latest: Racing Savannah! It’s so so so good!)

5 thoughts on “It’s Here: Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

  1. Judith says:

    I’m kind of sad they changed the cover for this one and I haven’t even read this series yet! But like Alexa said, I adore that it’s illustrated. Illustrated covers are often my favorites. Everyone and their mother makes me want to read this series, so I probably should, right? It sounds adorable.

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