How better to start a week than being oart of a Blog Tour for this most amazing and highly anticipated sequel to Cinder! :

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer  Book 2 in the Lunar Chronicles coming very soon: February 5th!

Today, Marissa shares a deleted scene from Scarlet, made of awesome! It’s quite long, but .. it’s totally worth it!! Oh and then thanks to the awesome people from Macmillian, I have an amazing Giveaway for you guys!

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Now, please welcome Marissa Meyer:

A Deleted Scene from Scarlet By Marissa Meyer

Yesterday I visited A Backwards Story (http://abackwardsstory.blogspot.com/) with a list of 10 Things that Changed from Scarlet’s First Draft—and a few of those things come into play in this scene, originally found in the first draft and entirely deleted by the second.

In the first draft of Scarlet, Wolf—a street fighter—had amnesia, and Scarlet was trying to help him figure out who he was. Together they made the trek to the local police station to look through the files of missing persons, and this is what happened.  It bears very little resemblance to anything that now happens in the final book, but I still think it’s a fun scene.

Enjoy! 

A Deleted (Unrevised and Unedited) Scene from Scarlet’s First Draft

They took a hovercab to the police station in the frosty late-morning. Wolf seemed to remember enough of society’s rules of politeness to hold the hover door open for Scarlet, and yet she couldn’t shake the feeeling that he was supremely grumpy for some reason. Though he always turned quickly away, she swore she’d caught him half-glaring, half-pouting at her since they’d left the apartment. It was unnerving, and a little irritating.

When he did it again on their way into the station, she finally paused on the sidewalk. “What?”

He blinked. “What?”

“Why do you keep giving me that look?”

“What look?”

“Like I—did something. You know what look I mean.” She fisted a hand on her hip. “What’s wrong?”

Wolf shook his head. “It’s nothing,” he said.

“Then why are you pouting?”

Looking uncomfortable, Wolf dropped his gaze to Scarlet’s wool scarf and coat. “You’re all bundled up.”

“Yeah. It’s thirty degrees out here,” she said, analyzing his own thin, plain T-shirt. “It wouldn’t hurt you to put on a jacket, you know.”

Still looking cranky, he fixed his eyes on her hands. “I don’t like the gloves.”

“What? What’s wrong with my—”

Turning away from her, Wolf pushed his way through the station’s door before she could finish her argument.

Scarlet stamped a foot in frustration and looked down at her black cashmere gloves. “My gloves are fine,” she muttered to herself and followed him in.

Inside, they were hit with a wall of heat, almost uncomfortably warm after the brisk autumn heat outside. Scarlet was tempted by her own pride to keep her gloves on anyway, but as she brushed past Wolf toward the main desk, she instead ripped the gloves off and smacked him on the arm with them.

“I’ll be right with you,” said a man in uniform, busy with paperwork.

Scarlet nodded at him and surveyed the police station. She’d never been there before. The walls were painted basic taupe, a wallscreen was muted in small waiting area, and there was a mixture of uniformed police and civilians wandering around.

“That’s better,” Wolf murmured at her side.

Scarlet glared up at him, bunching her gloves in a fist. “Don’t talk to me.”

“What?”

Ignoring him, she folded her arms on top of the counter and waited for the police officer to turn his attention to her.

Suddenly, Wolf wrapped an arm around her shoulders and pulled her harshly against his chest.

Scarlet gasped and glanced up at him, instinctively pushing at his hold, but she may as well have been fighting against iron chains. And he seemed unaware of her irritation, his piercing eyes caught on something on the other side of the open room.

Turning, Scarlet followed his gaze, and then gasped as she found herself captured in the leering, bone-chilling smile of a man in a community jail cell.

Her heart stopped.

The man seemed pleased with her reaction and grinned at her, swiping a tongue along his upper teeth. His hands, hanging out past the bars that confined him, flexed as if imagining what it would be like to feel her.

But it was not the sick grin that had stunned her. It was his eyes. They were Wolf’s eyes. The same penetrating brightness. The same tint of emerald green.

Otherwise, they looked nothing alike. The man in the cell was shorter, stockier in his proportions, and had pitch-black hair pulled into a low ponytail.

But the eyes were unmistakable.

As she gaped at him, the man slightly tilted his head back and made a great show of sniffing delightedly at the air. Wolf’s arms tensed, his fingers pressing into the soft skin of Scarlet’s arm.

She shivered.

“Thank you for waiting.”

Sucking in a breath, Scarlet was relieved to turn to the policeman. He seemed to notice her surprise and Wolf’s fervent glare and turned toward the holding cell.

Seeing that the object of their attention was a prisoner already locked away, he shrugged it off and returned a polite smile to Scarlet. “How can I help you?”

She gulped. “Yes, hello,” she said, trying to wiggle her away out of Wolf’s hold without making it too obvious. His arms didn’t budge. “Uh… we were wondering if you have a… uh… file for missing persons?”

“Have you filed a report about the missing person?”

“Well… no, you see, actually…” She tried to jerk her thumb at Wolf, but it was too confined to be much more tham a limp gesture. “…he’s the missing person. But he has amnesia and doesn’t know who he is or anything, so we thought if we could search through other reports of missing people, then…”

The man nodded. “Odd. You’re the second case of amnesia I’ve heard of this week,” he said. “But yes, of course we’d be happy to let you go through the files. Has he been to a hospital?”

“No,” Scarlet said. “But he seems fine.”

“Amnesia is most often caused by head injuries or severe traumas. It wouldn’t hurt to get him looked at, to head-off any future complications.”

“Of course. We’ll do that, thanks.”

The man nodded, dropped his gaze to Wolf’s hand, making white indentations on Scarlet’s arm, then back up at her. “You can follow me.”

“Okay,” she said with a smile, then turned to glare at Wolf. “Snap out of it,” she hissed.

When he still failed to respond, she stomped on his foot.

Wolf gasped and pulled back, dropping his gaze to hers. She’d been hoping for something more along the lines of a yelp of pain, but mute attention worked too. “Snap out of it,” she repeated.

“I don’t like the way he’s looking at you,” he growled, low, as if afraid the man on the other side of the room could hear them.

“Well I don’t like the way you’re holding me like some neurotic, overprotective boyfriend,” she said, struggling out of his hold. This time, he let her go, his expression showing signs of hurt, but she refused to acknowledge them.

“He’s in a jail cell, Wolf. He can’t do anything to me. Now come on.” Grabbing his elbow, she pulled him off toward where the policeman was waiting for them. She flashed the man another grateful grin, hoping he caught the apology contained within, as they passed.

“Take a seat here and I’ll bring you the files,” the policeman said when he’d led them to a small meeting room with a round meeting table. Scarlet gladly took a seat and pulled Wolf down beside her.

“Who was he?” Scarlet muttered when the officer had left.

“I don’t know.” Wolf glared at the desk’s surface, leg bouncing up and down.

“He looked like you, Wolf.”

He glanced sideways at her, frowning. “No he didn’t.”

“He had your eyes.”

He looked away.

“And it seemed like maybe he could smell me. Like you do.”

Wolf’s jaw flexed. “I don’t know him. But I would have ripped his throat out if he hadn’t been behind those bars.”

“Oh yes, that would have been productive,” Scarlet said, rolling her eyes.

The policeman returned and set a palmscreen and a handful of data chips on the table. “Here you go,” he said. “Let me know if you need any help.”

Scarlet thanked him and took the palmscreen, switching it on while Wolf continued to glare at the table and twitch his leg.

Finally, Scarlet reached beneath the table and put a hand on his knee. It jerked to a halt. “Don’t you ever just hold still?” she muttered, setting the screen on the desk and inserting the first chip. She could feel Wolf’s gaze turn on her, but refused to return it.

“I—”

She slid her gaze along the table toward him, but when he didn’t continue, she opened up the search screen on the palm to look for specific characteristics: male, age 20 to 29, brunette, missing within the last thirty days.

“I feel, sometimes…” he started again.

Pursing her lips, Scarlet forced herself to meet his gaze.

He shifted uncomfortably in the seat. “Like I’m filled with… energy,” he said. When Scarlet didn’t respond, he continued, with hand gestures, “Like… like I’m filled with some sort of… burning… power. And it makes me… that’s why I fight, like I do. Because when I… release… this energy, I… I can’t stop it. And I just…” He flexed his fists on the table.

Reaching forward, Scarlet placed a hand firmly on top of his knuckles and held it there until she felt him relax.

“And that’s why you’re always moving?”

“Yes. But…”

She slowly pulled her hand away from him. “But what, Wolf?”

“But being near you. You calm me, somehow. Your voice. Your… your scent. Even your eyes.” Voice dropping to a whisper, he looked up at her, his eyes sharp, but he quickly turned away.

Scarlet gulped and slowly turned back to the screen, but it was hard to focus.

“Your heart is beating so fast,” he said.

A blush spread across her face. “You can tell that?”

“Yes.”

“How?” When he didn’t immediately answer, Scarlet shook her head. “Never mind. I don’t want to know.”

“I’ve made you nervous again.”

“You have a special knack for that, Wolf.”

“I didn’t mean—”

“It’s okay,” she said, turning to him. “You didn’t say anything wrong. It doesn’t make any sense to me, but if I calm you, then I calm you. Good. I’m glad.”

Hunching over the table, Wolf dragged a hand roughly through his hair.

“All right, try to pay attention,” she said, scooting toward him and holding the screen so they could both see. She began flipping through the entries, glancing at each picture of each missing person, before moving onto the next. A dozen pictures later, she paused and set the screen down on the table. “So if you’re so calm around me, then why did you flip out just now with the guy in the cell?”

“I didn’t flip out.”

“You didn’t?”

“No. If I’d done what my instincts told me to do, I would have killed him.”

She blinked at him, dragging in a shaky breath. “You probably shouldn’t say stuff like that in a police station,” she said a moment later, then returned her attention to the screen.

After a hundred entries, she took out the chip and switched to the next one. Wolf said nothing, just watched her silently, his gaze occasionally focusing on the images of missing men on the screen.

“Maybe,” he said after a long silence between them, “I am not missing.”

“No? What do you think you are, then?”

“Found.”

She set the screen down and looked at Wolf again. “You didn’t just fall from the sky, Wolf. You had to come from somewhere. Don’t you want to know where that is?”

He shrugged. “I’m fond of where I am now.”

“Well,” she said, lifting the screen again, “maybe that’s because you don’t have anything else to compare it to.”

She finished the chip and put in the third, and final, chip that the policeman had brought them. Wolf said nothing as she sifted through each of the entries, until, finally, she had to resign and put the screen down.

She heaved a sigh. “Okay. You evidently have not been reported as a missing person in the great Parisian area.”

“Now what?” he asked.

“I don’t know.” She sighed and rubbed her fingers along her forehead. “I need to go home and get ready for work.”

“Can I come with you?”

“What, you don’t need to prepare for your fight?” she asked, teasing.

But Wolf didn’t return the gentle smile. “No,” he said. “I’m always prepared.”

She laughed ironically and started pulling on her gloves. “Of course you are. I would expect no less from you.”

“Do you need to put those on?”

With one glove on, she cast a glare at Wolf. “Wolf. It’s freezing out there. I don’t care if you’re unimpressed with my fashion sense, I don’t want to—”

“It isn’t your fashion sense,” he muttered, standing from the desk as well with slightly slumped shoulders.

“Then what?” she said, pulling on the other glove.

Wolf sighed and gathered up the palmscreen and chips. “It hides your scent,” he said after a pause. “Being all bundled up like that.”

Scarlet’s jaw fell and she had that eerie chill on her spine again. “And my scent calms you.”

He nodded, unable to meet her gaze, and started heading back toward the front of the police station to return the materials.

Scarlet rolled her eyes skyward and, with a grunt, ripped the gloves from her hands and stuffed them into her pockets.

At the front desk, Wolf continued to avoid her gaze, but she couldn’t help but notice the satisfied glint in his eyes.

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Series: Lunar Chronicle #2 
Publication: February 5th 2013 by Feiwel and Friends
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Synopsis from goodreads: 
Cinder returns in the second thrilling installment of the New York Times-bestselling Lunar Chronicles. She’s trying to break out of prison—even though if she succeeds, she’ll be the Commonwealth’s most wanted fugitive.Halfway around the world, Scarlet Benoit’s grandmother is missing. It turns out there are many things Scarlet doesn’t know about her grandmother and the grave danger she has lived in her whole life. When Scarlet encounters Wolf, a street fighter who may have information as to her grandmother’s whereabouts, she has no choice but to trust him, though he clearly has a few dark secrets of his own.

As Scarlet and Wolf work to unravel one mystery, they find another when they cross paths with Cinder. Together, they must stay one step ahead of the vicious Lunar Queen who will do anything to make Prince Kai her husband, her king, her prisoner.

 

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I loved Cinder, and I can’t wait for the release of Scarlet! I really look forward to being introduced to Scarlet & Wolf, but I think what I’m interested in most is getting back to Cinder’s story, seeing her character develop further, and maybe some more development between her and Prince Kai as well! I’m so glad that it’ll finally be out next week!

And thanks for the missing scene – it was totally cute!
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Brooke Banks 1/28/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet unfortunately due to limited funds but I’m so excited to read this series. Everything about it just screams “READ ME, YOU’LL LOVE ME BROOKE.”

Thanks so much for the chance to win!
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AEKZ2 1/28/2013

I haven’t read Cinder, but I’ve heard great things about it.

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Angie F. 1/28/2013

I loved CINDER, and I’m super excited for SCARLET. I can’t even being to imagine what’s going to happen in it, but I know it’s going to be good!
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Wren B. 1/28/2013

Have not read Cinder yet but really want to read it.

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Viki S. 1/28/2013

I have Cinder in my TBR pile but haven’t worked it in my reading schedule yet. I just wish I could read faster ;).

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Grace Lo 1/28/2013

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVED CINDER!!! I’m already kinda dying inside because I haven’t read it yet . . . And the cliffhanger at the end of the story! I need to know more about the alien race in Scarlet. Totally.
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Grace Lo 1/28/2013

Darn. I just realized how weird my second sentence looked. By “it”, I mean Scarlet.
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H 1/28/2013

I read Cinder and loved it ! :) And am super excited for Scarlet!

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Kimberly B. 1/28/2013

I have not read Cinder yet, but I really want to! I bought my best friend a copy for her birthday because we both love fairy tale retellings. I am also really excited to read it because I heard that the first draft was produced during National Novel Writing Month, which I’ve participated in 4 times. It’s just inspiring to see that a great deal of effort and revision can turn raw material into a successful book! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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AH 1/28/2013

Haven’t yet read Cinder yet, but it is on my to read list for this year.
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Michelle Rotteau 1/28/2013

I have read and listened to the audio version of Cinder. I am pacing the floor, counting the days until I can get my hands on a copy of Scarlet

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Krista 1/28/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I’m dying to read it! I love Cinderella themed anything!

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Mary @ BookSwarm 1/28/2013

Um, totally awesome! I can’t wait to meet Wolf — he sounds dreamy and fabulous and right up my alley!!
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Mandy 1/28/2013

Cinder was one of my favorite reads of 2012. I have been dying to read Scarlet. I’ve read all the teasers and excerpts I’ve come across. It’s my most anticipated read of 2013. I just know it will be amazing.
Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

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Jaime 1/28/2013

I did read Cinder and I’m very excited for Scarlet. I have no idea what’s going to happen because I’ve been trying to stay away from early reviews just so I can go in with no expectations!!

Thanks for the giveaway!
xo
jaime

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Becca Wilson 1/28/2013

I have not read either and I want to so badly!
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I haven’t read Cinder yet, but it’s on my TBR list. I love stories with elements of fairy tales in them.

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Jenny 1/28/2013

So. Is it any wonder I’m madly in love with Wolf after that excerpt? He’s just quirky and vulnerable and lethal all wrapped up in one package and I adore him. This was an awesome deleted scene, thank you so much for sharing. My day is now complete because I’ve had my Wolf fix:)

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Mer 1/28/2013

Cinder’s been on my to read list for a while…too many books, too little time! Thanks to all the wonderful reviews, I’m pretty sure it’s my sort of book and I’ll love it. And I’m looking forward to Scarlet because the cover is so pretty!

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Stacy Richman 1/28/2013

ok it is official I have to read these books.

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Hanner 1/28/2013

Dying a little bit while waiting for this book to hit the stores!

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Jacqueline Torres 1/28/2013

I haven’t read cinder yet but I really want to I just don’t have enough time or money to read every book I want anyways thank so much for the chance to win Cinder and Scarlet : )

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I still need to read Cinder, and my library actually carries it. *faints* Thanks for sharing the deleted scene. :)

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kimbacaffeinate 1/28/2013

Cinder made my top 10 fav YA books for 2012 so heck yes, I am drooling in anticipation of Scarlet
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Elizabeth 1/28/2013

I haven’t read either one yet, but I’m super excited to read both!

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Scoot 1/28/2013

I did read Cinder and I can’t wait to read Scarlet! I loved Cinder. My hopes and fears?? My hopes are for lots of Cinder to be in Scarlet and of course my fears are that everything is going to be crazy bad for the characters I love! Lets hope not. :) Thanks for the post & giveaway!

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Cari 1/28/2013

This is one of those books that I need in audio and print! I’m so lucky to get to see Marissa in a few weeks at my local bookshop!
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Suz Reads 1/28/2013

I read Cinder and can’t wait for Scarlet! I’m looking forward to seeing how Cinder handles the news revealed at the end of the 1st book! Thanks for this amazing giveaway – I would love to win!

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Karin 1/28/2013

I took Cinder with me on holiday and was so engrossed that I am sure I was absolutely no fun for my traveling companion for the day it took me to read the book. I loved it hard and can not wait for Scarlet.

Thanks for the giveaway!

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Ellie 1/28/2013

Aaaaah! Wolf is SOOO cute! I loved Cinder! My hopes? That al lthe boosk comes out magically right NOW! :P
Fears? That something happens and they get delayed??
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I absolutely fell in love with Cinder from the moment that I heard about it. I was lucky enough to win an ARC of it for review before it was out on shelves. I devoured it within a day. I just absolutely could not put it down. I am hoping that Scarlet is going to be the same way. :)

Thank you, so much for the awesome giveaway!
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Carl 1/28/2013

I thought Cinder was very good, I’m really hoping that Scarlet is just as much fun. All indications are certainly favorable. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Ryan 1/28/2013

this was great

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Jillyn 1/28/2013

I did read Cinder, and I loved it. I’m not too sure what to expect from Scarlet, but I can’t wait to dive in.

Thanks so much for the post and the giveaway.
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Zara Alexis 1/28/2013

Actually, I’ve been waiting to get BOTH books so that I can read them! I’ve only heard great things! Crossing my fingers! Hope I win!!!

Thanks,
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hannah C brown 1/28/2013

After reading this I already love Scarlet and Wolf.
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Annette 1/28/2013

Yes, I read Cinder and loved it! I have confidence that Scarlet will be no less — new characters, and a new POV, I understand. Can’t wait! Thanks for the giveaway.
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Sarah 1/28/2013

I have read Cinder and loved it! Cannot wait for Scarlet! I am not expecting any thing but have heard many glowing reviews and am really excited!

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Jordan Evans 1/28/2013

aww, I wish that was in the book now. So sweet <3

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Jenny L. 1/28/2013

I LOVED Cinder! I devoured it in a day! So of course I’m super excited for Scarlet!
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Heidi 1/28/2013

I loved the relationship between Scarlet and Wolf and Thorne was awesome. Thought this book was even better than the first. Loved it!
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Isabel 1/28/2013

Sigh, I can’t wait for Scarlet!

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Calla 1/28/2013

I loved Cider and I can’t wait to Scarlet!! I’m kind of nervous that it won’t live up to my expectations because so many second books don’t, but from what I’ve heard so far hopefully it will be good! :)

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Amber Nicole 1/28/2013

Loved, loved, LOVED Cinder! (: I absolutely cannot wait to read Scarlet <3

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Neil 1/28/2013

AHHH! I’m so excited for Scarlet! I already preordered it! :D

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Angela 1/28/2013

I absolutely LOVED Cinder and I can’t wait to read Scarlet!!

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Kari 1/28/2013

I cannot wait until the book comes out! I even put the date up in my planner XD

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leannessf 1/28/2013

Cinder is on my TBR list – read great reviews! Scarlet looks like it’s going to be wonderful too!

Thanks,
Leanne

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Vivien 1/28/2013

I’m so excited for Scarlet!!! I read the Queen’s Army and am hooked. NEED SCARLET!!!!

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Courtney 1/28/2013

I enjoyed Cinder, I am really excited to see what she does in the next book!!

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Vivian 1/28/2013

LOVED Cinder & dying for Scarlet!
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Breana M. 1/28/2013

I have not read Cinder but I hear it’s really good. I’m actually looking forward to reading both. Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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Julie Rupert 1/28/2013

I have not gotten to read Cinder yet, but I am dying to read it and Scarlet.

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I’ve bookmarked this page so I can come and read this as soon as I’m done with Scarlet! Really excited about it now! Thanks for sharing. :)
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Caitlyn 1/28/2013

I am so excited for Scarlet! I have yet to read one bad review about it!
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Len D. 1/28/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet but soon! Excited to read it already so I can go and read Scarlet! :D
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DeeDee Griffin 1/28/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I’m seriously dying to!

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Ashley G. 1/28/2013

I listened to the audiobook of Cinder and loved it! Can’t wait to read Scarlet!
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Erika 1/28/2013

I’m reading Cinder right now and think it is so original! Excited to finish it soon and I’m sure I’ll be more than ready to read Scarlet! Thanks!

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Samantha D 1/28/2013

I havent read Cinder yet but I did order it and im going to a signing for the author! :D

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Ahhhh I can’t wait for Scarlet, I loved Cinder :)

Thanks for the chance to win!

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Shaliesha 1/29/2013

I have read cinder and I loved it. I cannot wait for scarlet (I’m sure it will make my day!)

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LitzaLou 1/29/2013

I LOVED Cinder! I can’t wait to read Scarlet and find out what happens to Cinder and Kai. I also can’t wait to meet all the new characters! I love me a good fairy tale retelling. :)

Thanks for the giveaway!
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karen 1/29/2013

loved cinder! can’t wait for scarlet!

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bn100 1/29/2013

Haven’t read the books yet, but would like to.

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Thought I have signed copy of Cinder that I won, I have not read it yet. (hangs head in shame) I do have Scarlet pre ordered so my hope would be that it is as good as everyone thought Cinder was!

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Paulette 1/29/2013

love the chemistry between Scarlet and Wolf!

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Vanessa Primer 1/29/2013

I am super excited by Scarlet. I have not read Cinder yet though…. just added these to my TBR list and oooh, do they look good! Thanks for the giveaway!

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Laura Hartness 1/29/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I’m looking forward to reading the entire series. I love fairy tale retellings!
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Aisazia 1/29/2013

I loved Cinder! I can’t wait to read Scarlet!

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Ashley Rogers 1/29/2013

I loved cinder! I am so excited about scarlet! I am only worried that scarlet may be predictable… but the story…. AMAZING!

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ephrielle 1/29/2013

I hope that prince will grow a pair and be more fun to know. I was so upset with him at the close of the last book.
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WriterAlina 1/29/2013

I find this post so inspiring! It’s always an inspiration to see other people’s writing process, especially those who are successful. I LOVED Cinder and can’t wait to read Scarlet. It’s so neat to see how your story can change for the better. Thanks for sharing!
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marian 1/29/2013

can’t wait to see what happens next, hoping for more cinder and prince kai too

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Bridget Howard 1/29/2013

Yes I read Cinder and I totally loved it!!! I have heard so many wonderful things about Scarlet and I hope its as good as everyone says!!!!

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Kellee 1/29/2013

I’m excited for both!!

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lilo medina 1/29/2013

Of course I read Cinder. I know I shouldn’t have high expectations for Scarlet but I’m just so excited!!

Thanks for the giveaway!

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Ugh these books were amazing, I hope I win!

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Bookish in a Box 1/29/2013

I read–and loved–Cinder last year. I can’t wait to find out more of how Cinder ended up part-cyborg.
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Kristin 1/29/2013

Loooooved Cinder and I can’t wait for Scarlet. I’m excited to read about another character but I need Cinder and Kai in this story, a lot! I have no idea what’s in store for Scarlet, kinda been avoiding a lot of details about it ’cause I want to be surprised, as long as it’s as good as Cinder, I’m up for anything happening!

Thanks for the chance to win them!

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Stephanie 1/29/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I really, really want to!!!!

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Annwitch 1/30/2013

I haven’t read Cinder, but I am so excited to start reading the series. I have heard and read such great things about Cinder.

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Becky Paulk 1/30/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I really REALLY want to! I just need an excuse to finally do it and winning would be a great one lmao. I have only heard good things about this series and I cannot wait to start it!

Thanks so much for the giveaway!
-Becky P
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Natasha 1/30/2013

I have not read Cinder yet, but I hope to really soon!
Thanks for the chance to win!

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Laura R. 1/30/2013

Unfortunately I haven’t gotten to Cinder yet and I really want to remedy that. It sounds so fantastic because I love creative retellings.

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sarah c. 1/30/2013

No i have not had a chance to read Cinder yet… thanks for the giveaway!!

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Proserpine 1/30/2013

Hi! Thanks for this chance! I got Cinder on my Book Shelve but didn’t have the time to read it yet :( plane it to do it soon!!!

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Cordelia 1/30/2013

I’m so excited to read Scarlet!
I adored Cinder!!!

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Victoria Zumbrum 1/30/2013

Have not read Cinder yet but really want to read this series.

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Small Review 1/30/2013

Woo hoo! I can’t wait to read Scarlet! I really enjoyed Cinder. I hope Scarlet has a likable MC, a swoony romantic lead, lots of action, and more info about the disease and the awful (in a good way!) queen. I’d also love to see Cinder and her friends again.
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Erica 1/31/2013

Gosh, Scarlet’s tour has been SO much fun to follow along. I love how original all the posts are. LOVED THE SCENE.
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Leeanna 1/31/2013

I admit, I skipped over the deleted scene because I’m trying not to spoil myself in anyway.

I did read Cinder, and I loved it. It’s so unlike anything I’ve read, and I have a thing for fairytale retellings. Add in some science fiction and an evil queen? Plus such a great main character? Yeah, I was a goner from page 1.
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Library Lady 1/31/2013

OMG! Loved the excerpt from Scarlet! Needed more!!!
It’s going to be so good. I can hardly wait!

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Mandy 2/1/2013

I haven’t read either yet but Cinder has been on my TBR pile for a while, and Scarlet sounds really good too! I think it’s so cool, these re-imaginings of old fairy tales :)

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Megan 2/1/2013

So excited for Scarlet! I loved Cinder so such and I’m looking forward to seeing where she ends up in this book too. I can’t wait to see what Queen Levana does to Prince Kai as well!

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Tiffany Gomez 2/1/2013

I read Cinder and I’m sooo excited for Scarlet. The way the Prince reacted to Cinder at the end crushed my heart. I really hope he changes his mind about her, especially since she’s who he’s been looking for the whole book. Can’t wait for Scarlet (:

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Katrina 2/1/2013

I haven’t read it , but I’ve been meaning to forever!
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I haven’t read Cinder yet, but I do have it on my bookshelf somewhere and I keep looking at it since everyone has such incredible things to say about it. I think I’ve been secretly waiting for Scarlet to come out that way I can read them back to back :)
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Fiery Na 2/2/2013

I haven’t read Cinder yet but it sounds interesting! I like this version of Cinderella.

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Kirsten W 2/2/2013

Of course I read Cinder- it was my favorite book last year, and I am beyond excited for Scarlet :)

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Holly U 2/2/2013

I haven’t yet read Cinder, but it’s at the top of my TBR list. :)

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Xia T. 2/3/2013

I loved Cinder! Can’t wait for Scarlet. I’m so curious about Wolf and Thorne. :)

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Eleonora 2/3/2013

I’m DYING to read this. Literally. Cinder was one of my favorites from last year, i can’t wait to find out what happens (and to have more Kai’s swoon), thank you for the giveaway!

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I loved Cinder and can’t wait for Scarlet! Thank you for the chance to win it!
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Michael 2/4/2013

Yes I read Cinder. Really can’t wait for Scarlet. I am so excited for it I can’t even describe. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. =]
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Galena 2/4/2013

I LOVED Cinder! Can’t wait for Scarlet! I’m so glad that Cinder’s story is continuing in Scarlet.

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Alyssa 2/4/2013

I can’t wait for Scarlet to come out!!

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Jasmine Rose 2/5/2013

I actually just finshed reading Scarlet the other night. I was afraid of being disappointed going into it because all the rave reviews had set my expectations high, but I ended up loving. I still like Cinder better, though :P
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Stacy 2/5/2013

I have not read Cinder, I was waiting for Scarlet to be released so that I can read them together. I am too impatient to wait that long between books.

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Sara G. 2/5/2013

I haven’t read either, but their covers are some of my favorites!

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Amber Hsu 2/6/2013

Ive read cinder and I LOVED it!!! It was so good…. I cant wait to read Scarlet once I have the chance to get a copy~

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Jeneen Tso 2/6/2013

I just finished Scarlet and I already can’t wait for Cress!!!! I wonder when the audiobook for Scarlet will come out.

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Christina T 2/8/2013

I have read Cinder and I’m eagerly awaiting my next paycheck to purchase Scarlet I can’t wait to read about Wolf after the Queen’s Army novella!!

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Stephanie 2/9/2013

I’m reading Cinder right now. I hope Scarlet finds her grandmother alive and in one piece.

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G. Donald Cribbs 2/9/2013

I read and <3<3<3<3<3<3 CINDER so hard I freaked out and started plotting a YA fairytale retelling of another famous fairytale based on Marissa's book alone. If you don't believe how much I love CINDER, check out this blog post I did:

http://gdonaldcribbsbooks.blogspot.com/2012/12/cinder-paperback-scarlet-and-surprise.html

Pretty rad, huh? Yup. I'm in the paperback. I can't believe it! I can't wait to read book 2, and find out where we go with SCARLET and CINDER. I have high hopes for this sequel and I think Marissa will deliver. Thank you very much for this chance to win!
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Max 2/10/2013

Read Cinder and can’t wait

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