Tell Me Something Tuesday is a fun weekly meme hosted by Cambria @ CambriaHebert.com.
Each week there will be a new question to answer and share. This is a great way for bloggers to get to know one another.
This week's question:
Who is your favorite heroine (in a book)?
1. Lina from Between Shades of Gray by by Ruta Sepetys.
Lina is a fifteen year old Lithuanian girl living during the time of the Soviet occupation of the Baltic States (at the same time as the Holocaust). While the Holocaust is a time that most everyone knows about, The occupation of the Baltic States is just as tragic, but very few people know about this devastating event. Lina survives her horrific ordeal to later go on a build a future and have children.
2. Katerina from The Gathering Storm (Katerina Trilogy #1) by Robin Bridges.
Katerina learns she is a Necromancer - she can raise the dead. What a huge secret to live with!! She not only learns to accept her fate, but is able to use it in a positive way.
3. Nikki from Halflings (Halflings #1) by Heather Burch.
Nikki is unknowingly targeted by some evil force. She has to face attacks around every corner, but luckily she finds herself in the company of some very handsome "hot" protectors called Halflings. In the end she has to make some very difficult choices that could have an impact on the survival of the human race!!!!
4. Genevieve from Ties To The Blood Moon by Robin P. Waldrop.
The book begins with Gen losing her mother in a tragic house fire. So she moves in with her aunt. Soon after moving in with her aunt, Gen learns of a huge family secret and the life she is dealt. She must go on a very dangerous journey in order to save the life of those she loves.
5. Marissa from Undertow by Callie Kingston.
Marissa has had a very hard life - problems with her mother and her ex, Drake, both of which have betrayed her. She goes to the beach to escape and almost dies at the hands of a rogue wave. She is rescued by a gorgeous creature. She becomes obsessed in finding her savior to the point of almost losing herself.
I'd love to hear about your favorite heroines!
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