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Title : Put It Out There
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ISBN : 25700868
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Number of Pages : 163 Pages
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Put It Out There Reviews

  • Wendy
    2019-03-26 10:09

    Let me tell you, I dived into this book with not as high expectations as others maybe would but I'm glad I did because it totally amazed me. I literally didn't expect it to be so good!The main character is Derian and we read from her POV. And first off I really have to say something about her name because wow, I love it! It's so special and it really suits her. Okay, without further a do, let's get into the review. Derian was funny. Not funny like wow, you make a lot of jokes but funny in a way that she makes me laugh with her sayings. The sweetest thing about it is that she doesn't even know herself.There was also this other thing about Derian which was quite special; she was kind of paranormal. Well, I wouldn't say paranormal, but I don't know how to put it another way. She kinds of has these short visions and that also made it this book a little more special.The story was original and unique. There was tension and a hell lot of drama and everytime I thought what was going on, D.R. Graham took another turn and I was amazed. Everytime.Also unique about this story is the best friend to lovers concept (well kind of) because we're following Derian's story and that's falling for her best friend Trevor. The thing D.R. did really nice here was they way of describing it, it was so detailed and I could really feel Derian. It felt like I was walking in her shoes. I could totally feel her hightest highs, but also when she had her lowest lows. I cried so hard when the sad things happened.And damn, Trevor! He really was the best best friend ever but he also was so protective over Derian and the way he spoke to her.. it made me have goosebumps!After all, I'm really glad I've read this book and I'm so happy that there's gonna be another book! I will definitely make a Waiting On Wednesday post about it and I can't wait until it releases. I have to know the ending!!

  • Anniek
    2019-04-09 14:48

    Derian went to live with her mother in Vancouver after her father died in a tragic accident. A year later she moves back to Britannia Beach because she wants to be home. Her grandfather owns an inn and Derian can live with him. Derian helps him out with the day to day chores at inn and breakfast is her specialty. The inn is old and is in desperate need of renovations. Will her grandfather be able to keep running it?Trevor lives next door to Derian. They have been best friends forever. Derian, however, would love for them to step out of the friend zone. Derian has a crush on Trevor, but she isn't sure if he feels the same way. Sophie is Derian's best friend and she is determined to help Derian to get a boyfriend. There are several boys who are interested in her, so this should not be a problem. Will Derian eventually end up with the guy she likes the most? Derian has had visions for as long as she can remember. Trevor and Sophie know about this and are trying to help her. Derian feels frustrated about the fact that she sees these images and fragments, but doesn't know when the real thing will happen or if she can stop it from taking place. Because of that she is practicing to develop her ability. Derian is a very sweet person. She cares about others, like her grandfather and friends, and is a responsible girl. Derian helps her grandfather as much as she can and she is a good student. In school she stands up for people who are being picked on and I loved that about her. She's a beautiful main character, both inside and out. There is one sentence in Put It Out There that really stood out for me:'Don't forget to be proud of what makes you unique.'This is a powerful message. I think we all have our insecurities, no matter what age we are. We are all our own person and that's exactly what makes us so special. D.R. Graham writes about wonderful and interesting characters. Britannia Beach sounds like a great place to live and it's a perfect setting for Derian's story. Put It Out There is the first book in the Britannia Beach Series and it ends with a fantastic cliffhanger. I'm really curious about the evolvement of Derian's ability and her love life and can't wait to read the next book.

  • Hannah Smith
    2019-03-25 11:14

    Full Review: https://mortalreader.wordpress.com/20... Summarised Review:Start with a Girl and Boy Next Door plot and throw in a couple of premonitions and you have yourself what I would describe as the next best summer read. This was my first experience with D.R Graham as an author and I had no trouble finding myself hooked in the middle of this book, wanting to read on to find out what would happen to Derian. There are numerous elements to Put It Out There that I really loved, such as it's unique plot considering it's inclusion of Premonitions. This added another element to the book which I originally thought was just going to be a normal contemporary young adult romance. Additionally to this I enjoyed D.R Graham's diversity which could be seen in many forms from the difference in family roles and lack of parental figures to Trevor's sister Kailyn having Downs Syndrome. Kailyn is a big part of the plot at different times (the ending in particular) and she is shown to be having exactly the same problems as Derian; boy trouble. I loved how D.R Graham sent a message that we can all be having the same problems regardless of disability, Kailyn is no different from Derian. Overall I found the book easy to get into, relatable, engaging and realistic even with it's inclusion of premonitions. It was also funny, heart warming and sad and could engage my emotions throughout. If you are a fan of contemporaries by authors such as Kasie West then I think this would be another one for you!

  • Dee/ bookworm
    2019-04-05 14:53

    I really liked this book. The main character, Derian, is a smart girl with a troubling past and as a side benefit has premonitions of the scary kind. I like that she tried to change her appearance to be more noticeable, but somehow managed to stay true to herself, and even though she thought people viewed her as a prude, she didn't give into peer pressure. A wonderful message to any reader. And as an added benefit the guy she likes was happy she was a "prude". I can't wait for the next in the series!!I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley!

  • Isobel Radakovic
    2019-04-24 16:14

    This book was exactly what I was looking for; nothing more and nothing less. I really wanted a summer romance book, with all its cheesiness and no substance, and this was it! I can't knock it in any way, because I had a great time reading it. Normally I'm not the biggest fan of the romance being with someone the main character already knows, but I didn't mind it too much in this. I also liked the whole visions aspect, because it brought something new to an otherwise typical story.

  • Andrea at Reading Lark
    2019-04-19 13:15

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 7/11/16: http://readinglark.blogspot.com/2016/...Full disclosure: I mainly picked this one up because it was recommended for Katie McGarry fans (LOVE her) and it was a cheap Kindle snag. Luckily, Put It out There turned out to be one of those impulse buys that didn't leave me with regret. In fact, I immediately pre-ordered the other two books in the series which will be out later this year. I'm thrilled not to have to wait a year or more to find out what happens with Derian.Derian is a seventeen year old girl who lives with her grandfather in a crumbling inn in Britannia Beach, British Columbia, Canada. Deri, as she is known by her friends and family, loves the inn with every fiber of her being. All of her childhood memories are in the crumbling paint and leaky pipes. She can't imagine the inn not belonging to her grandfather, but the developers are swarming like sharks in chum filled water; they want to tear the inn down to build a resort. Deri can't let go and begs her grandfather to keep the inn. She feels its the last link she has to her father who recently died in a car accident. Her mother, unable to drive the stretch of highway where her husband drew his last breath, stubbornly remains in Vancouver. Deri doesn't want to live in the city, but if the inn is gone, she'll have no choice. She launches a campaign to do whatever it takes to save her home.In addition to trying to hold her family together as best she can, Deri is also dealing with normal teenage issues. For example, she's in love with her next door neighbor, Trevor. Deri isn't sure that Trevor will ever see her as more than a little sister figure, but she hopes for more. There is just one problem - Deri has little dating experience and she's not sure how to clue Trevor in that her affection is more than just friendship. It's always difficult to navigate the rocky terrain of friendship turned romance. I felt for Deri as she constantly tries to figure out how to talk to Trevor about her feelings and he keeps pulling away. It's clear that they both value their friendship deeply. Romance between friends can be a great foundation, but it can also lead to ruin if the romance falls apart. I'm interested to see how things will develop between this pair as the series progresses as nothing is truly resolved for them in this novel. If I have my way, they'll end up together and blissfully happy.While Deri is sorting out her feelings for Trevor, she is being pursued by a handsome classmate, Steve. Eventually, after Trevor leaves for a five month stint in Iceland, Deri agrees to Steve's request and becomes his girlfriend. Her first real relationship isn't without its difficulties - especially because Deri can't seem to shake Trevor out of her heart and mind. I was rooting for Steve in the beginning, but I wasn't a fan of how he changed throughout the novel.Deri is one of those characters that burrows into your heart. I saw a lot of my teen self in her. She's somewhat shy, but underneath that she's resilient and fiercely loyal. She loves deeply, is passionate about books, and always puts her family first. Deri is a dedicated student and the sort of friend we could all use in our lives.In addition to the romance, I love the emphasis on friendship. Deri has strong relationships with females and males. I loved the support system she has built for herself.The family dynamic was interesting and complicated. Deri's relationship with her grandfather was strong, but her relationship with her mother is less stable. The pair can't move past their grief long enough to find common ground. I hope that as the series progresses, Deri and her mother can mend their wounds together. I also loved watching Trevor interact with his sister. Grief was a theme that permeated this novel. Deri's family is still reeling from her father's death and another character will deal with a death in the family during the novel. I think Graham handled this theme well.Lastly, this one has a touch of magical realism to it that I wasn't expecting. Deri has visions that help her see things that haven't happened yet. At times, the visions are minor, such as seeing her mother need a pair of scissors to cut something. Other times, her visions are portents of danger like the time she saw her father's accident before it happened, but was helpless to prevent it. Trevor wants Deri to learn to sharpen her skills concerning the visions. He believes with practice, she can use the visions to prevent tragedies.All in all, I enjoyed my time in Britannia Beach. I loved the characters in this one and I can't wait to see what's in store for them moving forward. I also enjoyed the setting; I was thrilled to learn its a real place. I've added it to my travel bucket list. One Last Gripe: My biggest issue with this one was the pacing. There were some elements that dragged out while others went too fast.Favorite Thing About This Book: I loved the Christmas chapters.First Sentence: Summer was officially over, and even though all the families who spent their vacation at the Inn had packed up and gone home, the dining room was crowded for our famous homemade breakfast buffet.Favorite Character: DeriLeast Favorite Character: The shady developer

  • Book Binge
    2019-03-30 09:56

    Derian grew up in Britannia Beach with her dad and her maternal grandfather. Her mother and father were married but lived separately – with the mom living in an apartment in Vancouver. Unfortunately, Derian’s dad got in an accident while driving to see her mother and died. Derian tried living with her mother for a year but she missed her grandfather and her friends too much.She’s now back and starting her junior year in high school. She’s happy to be helping her grandfather with his Inn even though it’s falling down around their heads. She’s also excited about her next door neighbor, Trevor. Trevor’s family is like her family so she never really thought of Trevor as anything but a friend but now she sees him and realizes that she loves him. Derian’s not sure about Trevor’s feelings and in a typical teen fashion tries to get the information from him without actually coming out and asking him.Derian is a sweet girl and pretty well liked at school. She’s asked out by Steve who she thinks is cute but she’s not sure how she feels about him. She still ends up going out with him and becoming his girlfriend but she always has Trevor in the back of her mind. Then there’s Mason who is new to the school and she thinks is super cute but she gets tongue-tied around him. He seems to go out with a lot of girls and has a rep but Derian sees another side to him that others don’t seem to.Derian’s one confused girl when it comes to boys but she wants nothing more than for Trevor to tell her that he wants to be with her. When Derian does something that Trevor specifically asked her not to do he’s pissed and it might ruin anything they might have had together.This was an cute story. It was definitely in the Young Adult category as it deals mostly with Derian and her high school friends. Trevor is considered an adult but plays a big part in the story. Trevor confused me at times. He obviously likes Derian but gives her total mixed signals. I just wanted to smack him upside the head and say, “Make a decision already!” Was she a friend or more? Figure it out!Derian confused me at times as well. I couldn’t figure her out as she loves Trevor but still dates Steve and likes Mason as well. I guess in high school I was the type of person that if I liked someone I didn’t go out with anyone else. Not so with Derian. She looked at it as getting life experience so that she could be more mature for Trevor but I thought it made her look a little wishy-washy.There was also a slight paranormal aspect to the story. Since Derian was little she’d been having visions. She would see things happening but couldn’t figure out when they were going to happen. Trevor tried to help her with this and as the story went on she did seem to be getting better with identifiers in her visions. I felt horrible for her because she had a vision of the crash that killed her own father but couldn’t do a thing about it. So sad.Overall I thought it was a good start to this series. I’m not normally a big YA reader but I will definitely be reading the other books about Derian. I think DR Graham has talent for pulling people into her stories (I’ve read her Noir et Bleu MC books and loved them – adult contemporary) and this one was no different. She’s got me intrigued and I’m curious to see how things pan out.Rating: 4 out of 5

  • Annette Kaario
    2019-04-02 13:49

    I love this series and the book was excellent, but the ending was extremely annoying, though it’s okay, because it just made me want to read the next book asap.

  • T. Rosado
    2019-04-18 18:09

    4.5 STARS!Note: This story doesn't necessarily end on a cliffhanger, but does end without closure to certain aspects within the main characters life. The next two books in the series are already released.Put it Out There is written from Derian's POV. She is returning to Britannia Beach a year after her father's car accident and subsequent death to stay with her grandfather at the inn he runs. this is where she spent most of her childhood years along with one of her best friends and boy next door, Trevor. At first, the story read like a day-to-day diary of her life and relationships which I was concerned that I wouldn't care for. I needn't have worried, though, because as the number of acquaintances and friends were introduced, I was becoming more and more invested in her life and situational outcomes. The main one being her relationship with Trevor. Although frustrating at times, I have to say I was most invested in their story and longed for a HEA between the two. I loved how the author wrote their friendship and the possibility of more. They definitely had the most swoon-worthy moments. Two additional love interests are thrown into the mix to further complicate and confuse Derian's teen-addled mind - Steven, a familiar friend and the mysterious new boy, Mason. There are a couple of suspicious hints that point to a bigger story when it comes to Mason's presence in Derian's life. It definitely had my curiosity piqued. I can't neglect her best girlfriend, Sophie, as she was often the comic relief with her tough and sassy exterior. All of these intersecting relationships make for a consuming read that once I started, I couldn't stop reading until the ending forced me to. I most assuredly will be continuing on in this series. One aspect of this story that I kind of glossed over was Derian's premonition gift. Although significant to Derian's character, its contribution to the overall story is not any more significant than any other facet to the book. It will be interesting to see if it plays a bigger role in future books, because I kind of prefer to see it as just like any other quirk to her character. Fun fact - the series takes place in BC, Canada and I live 5 minutes from the BC border in Washington State, so I was familiar with the locations mentioned around Vancouver. I also lived in Quebec, Canada for five years, which made it fun to read some of the familiar Canadian colloquialisms that I haven't used or heard for years.I received a copy of this book through YA Insider in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

  • Suze Lavender
    2019-03-26 15:51

    Derian loves Britannia Beach and even though she's happy to be back, she misses her dad very much. He passed away and her mother lives in Vancouver, where Derian can't seem to settle. That's why she decided to come back to her hometown and live with her grandfather. She helps him with his inn and is used to getting up early to make people breakfast. Doing chores doesn't feel like work and she likes the daily routine and the customers. However, Derian's grandfather has trouble keeping up and the question is if Derian will be able to keep living at her beloved inn.Derian is glad to be able to spend time with her friends again. She has also missed spending time with the boy next door, Trevor. She'd love for him to notice her and doesn't want to be like a sister to him. Derian thinks he likes her, but he's holding back. Trevor doesn't tell her everything and those secrets make things difficult between them. There are others who do notice Derian though, so who will she eventually end up with?Brittania Beach is such a great town to read about and D.R. Graham's vivid descriptions make it come to life really well. I immediately loved the setting. The inn might be a bit old-fashioned, but it sounds like an warm and welcoming place to live. Derian has good memories of her father and misses his presence. Being back at the inn makes her sad sometimes, but it also makes her happy. It's the place where she feels at home and where she wants to live her life, I could totally understand that. I'm a big fan of small town romances, so I was immediately fascinated by Derian's story.Derian is a strong and sweet girl. She isn't afraid to be honest about her feelings and I loved that about her. She's smart, capable and independent. She doesn't have much experience in love and relationships, but she's determined to get it. Maybe Trevor will want to date her then. She does go out with someone else from time to time, so Trevor has to watch out for competition. They have a special friendship and I loved reading about their childhood. Derian's love life is complicated and I couldn't wait to find out more. Put It Out There is a wonderful story that ends with a great cliffhanger. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. D.R. Graham has a lovely cozy writing style and I liked reading about Derian and her adventures. I hope she will find her ideal match, her search had certainly made me curious. I highly recommend this amazing first Britannia Beach book, it's such a heartwarming YA story.

  • Abagail
    2019-04-17 14:46

    This is where I wish that goodreads has a 10 star rating system, because this was really probably closer to a 3.5 rating for me. It was a quick read, despite some clunky dialogue and repetitive exposition, and great for a summer beach read. I should note that this is the first book in a series, and while it's not clear whether the next book will continue to focus on Deri or shift to another character, based on the resolution, I can only assume that we're not done with Deri's journey.After the tragic loss of her father, Deri Lafleur returns to her seaside hometown, and more importantly to Trevor Maverty, the boy next door who doesn't quite seem like a friend anymore. I liked Deri and her coming of age story, and while her boy craziness got frustrating at times, it was nice to see the character make mistakes and grow. I also commend the author for their fresh take on some tired cliches, especially when it came to Deri navigating her first relationship. There's nuance and complexity in the build up and fallout of it that I really appreciated.There were a few things that I wasn't crazy about. There's a Scooby Doo worthy mystery that takes up approximately two chapters before it's (thankfully) dropped, a vague supernatural element that seemed out of place in the otherwise contemporary setting, and an excess love interest who probably could have been saved for book 2, and almost pushed the story into "all the boys want her" territory.My main disappointment is with Trevor, who starts off as a really sweet and wonderful supportive character. The chemistry between him and Deri is incredible, and I loved him up to the end of the book when he quasi rejects/leads Deri on. If frustrates me more than anything when people obviously like each other but stay apart for no reason. These two have experienced a lot of "life's short" moments in their young lives, that it seemed ridiculous to wait for no explicable reason. I also found the way he was dictating how Deri should feel and behave in the end to be kind of off putting, especially when she put herself out there the way she did. I hope there's more insight into why he wanted to wait, because it felt very "there are two books left and therefore the main characters can't be together yet." There's a difference between anticipation and contrivance and I think the series is in danger of losing that balance.Still, I'm intrigued by the story and look forward to the next part.Thanks to Netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Jane Hunt
    2019-03-28 12:04

    Follow my reviews. :Jane Hunt Writer First StepsJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews FacebookJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google+Connect on...:TwitterDerian returns home a year after her father’ death, to find some things always stay the same, whilst others are subtly different. Derian has a gift, which confuses her. She matures emotionally in this story, as she accepts past tragedy, copes with change and discovers her inner strengths. Romance or the lack of it dominates Deri’s life. Finding it where she least expects, leads to mixed emotions and false starts. When she accepts who she wants, they are annoyingly reticent. Deri’s friends and family are interesting, realistic characters, who bring Britannia Beach to life. The language and heat level are appropriate for the intended readers. The ending completes this chapter of Deri’s young life but leaves un- answered questions for the next book in the series.I received a copy of this book from Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review.D.R. Graham

  • Valerie
    2019-04-18 14:11

    Derian Lafleur is a unique character. She has visions that show people suffering but they cause her pain as well because she can't figure out when or where the vision will actually happen. After losing her father in an accident, she returns home a year later to live with her grandfather in his inn. He's interested in selling it and she's determined to save it. It contains her childhood memories.When she returns to Britannia Beach, her friends welcome her home and Derian tries to find a new normal. Before she knows it, she finds herself navigating the rocky road of love and friendship. Things become even more complicated as she tries to date a boy from school while realizing she's more attracted to her next door neighbor who's always been there for her.This story had me hooked from the beginning and I did wonder if the visions would lead to more of a paranormal story, than romance, but there was a nice blend of the two. This isn't a standalone as the story doesn't come to its conclusion.

  • Laura
    2019-04-17 12:46

    eARC received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I wasn't familiar with D. R. Graham until Harper Collins did a triple cover reveal for the Britannia Inn series. After reading Put it Out There I now consider her an automatic 1-click author. I really enjoyed this first book in a new series. I was expecting a girl-meets-boy type story but realised early on this was so much more. Derian Lafleur is as interesting and as unique as her name. In Put It Out There she has just moved back to Britannia Beach after a devastating year. I was swept along on her journey as she navigated her feelings of love, loss and lust. There's a great cast of supporting characters that helped to make this book very readable and enjoyable. I was particularly touched by Derian's relationship with her grandad. I am throughly looking forward to reading the consecutive books in this series and seeing what is in store next for Derian and the other residents of Britannia Beach.

  • KittyKat
    2019-04-07 14:54

    *This book was provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*This was a really good, light, contemporary read with a paranormal twist. All the characters were intriguing and I really liked Trevor's little sister Kailyn; she was so sweet and innocent. The plot was fast moving and interesting and there was a good blend of romance, school and family. Although the next door neighbour romance is a common trope that many people think is overdone, I am a sucker for a good boy-next-door romance. Overall this was a really good book and I can't wait to read the next one in the series! (I really hope Trevor and Derian get together in the next one and more will be revealed about Derian's premonitions).

  • Danielle
    2019-03-29 13:14

    I have mixed feelings about this book mainly because the ending just doesn't quench your thirst. This is the first book in a series of three and this is just the start of the story. Derian has moved back to the town she grew up in. She has only been gone a year but she still has to settle back in. She is living at her grandads Inn and the hotel is under a lot of pressure. This book is about learning to grow up and adjust. I think In the long run this will be a romance series however this book didn't really feel like that.4 stars out of 5. More of the series is needed to understand this story and therefore it is hard to give it marks out of 5.

  • Sue Holmes
    2019-04-18 09:49

    *Review copy received from publisher*Put It Out There is a contemporary contradiction. Alternating light-hearted, flirty fun with a deeper and slightly paranormal twist. It beckons to the reader, calling for attention. With it’s complicated, layered characters (including the secondary characters) it gives back more than it asks.The easy, relaxed writing style makes it a perfect summer read. It was over too soon. While I can’t wait for the sequel, this story is definitely unfinished, I think I would have liked all three in one book. That would have pushed it up to a 5 -star read.Full review: http://crushingcinders.com/put-it-out...

  • Megan
    2019-04-22 16:12

    I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I've got to admit, I went into this book not really expecting much and came out super thrilled! Derian made me laugh, the plot was lovely, all the characters were well fleshed out and I adored the added edition of Derian's premonitions. Genuinely awesome! I mean, I started it as soon as I woke up this morning and finished it in a couple of hours. If that doesn't show you how great it is, I don't know what will.

  • Kerry
    2019-04-05 11:47

    This is a quick easy read the characters are fun and the drama isn't too childish. I haven't read a YA book in so long and I'm glad I picked this one up. What sets this book apart from your typical YA book is Derians visions this gave it an edge that I thought was well put together. I didn't know this was part of a series so I was excited to see that book 2 is out already. If it wasn't 1.15am I would be diving straight into it but I think I need to get some sleep and start book 2 tomorrow.

  • Michelle (Much Loved Books)
    2019-04-01 13:13

    I really wanted to enjoy this book. I even read every single word of it, but I really didn't like it.I liked the idea behind saving the Hotel/Inn, but that's about all. I disliked how the protagonist thought she loved one person, but went out with another, and flirted with someone else. Really!!! You love someone but feel the need to chase everyone else. Before all of this I thought she was a nice person, but I quickly changed my mind.

  • Sharon
    2019-03-30 14:52

    Review to come

  • D.R. Graham
    2019-04-03 16:59