Recently, because I have been preparing to emigrate and with moving to Australia, book tours have not really been my priority. Together, with the frustration I had with agreeing to take on many tours (I know its my own fault) and then realising, I was struggling with either being bored with being committed to reading certain books and never reading my own books I took the decision to stop.

The reason I decided to take on this blog tour, was I was really interested in reading books that potentially, I would never pick up and I was just really intrigued to read this series. My blog tour date is 2 July 2019, you must come back to the blog to see what my views were for Rouge, and I am going to do a full review for Hive too.

Rogue is the sequel to Hive which is written by the award winning A.J Betts and published by Pan Macmillan Australia

All I can tell you is what I remember in the words that I have.

Hayley tends to her bees and follows the rules in the only world she has ever known.

Until she witnesses the impossible; a drip from the ceiling.

A drip? It doesn’t make sense.

Yet she hears it, catches it. Tastes it.

Curiosity is a hook.

What starts as a drip leads to a lie, a death, a boy, a beast and too many awful questions.

Rouge is part of the blog tour and is the second book in the series.

There was no going back; there was no choice, anymore. I’d chosen out and this was it; hot- cold, dry-wet, bright-dark and lonely.

Hayley has gone rogue.

She’s left everything she’s every known – her friends, her bees, her whole world – all because her curiosity was too big to fit within the walls of the underwater home she was forced to flee.

But what is this new world she’s come to? Has Hayley finally found somewhere she can belong?

Or will she have to keep running?

Full review of Rogue will be available on 2 July 2019

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