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GIRLS NIGHT is here!!!

Ding ding! ARE YOU READY TO RUMBLE???


Step into the ring because Girls Night by I.S. Belle is out now!!!



From the author of Zombabe and Babylove comes a queer YA novel about female friendship and fistfights that's sure to hit like a sucker punch to the heart.


Girls Night was pitched to us as Fight Club meets Mean Girls but make is sapphic and we were gripped from the start. In this novel four girls from very different walks of life come are drawn together by a twist of fate. Each of them is looking for something...escape, distraction, community, confidence, a way to let out the rage burning inside. And they find it in the fight. Starting a secret fight club at their school starts as a great way of letting off steam, but when the demonic head cheerleader gets involved things begin to spiral.


Scroll on for the official blurb and to hear what people are already saying about Girls Night (hint: it's a knockout!)


Girls Night is out now wherever books are sold, so go grab a copy, and help us spread the word by leaving a review on Amazon and Goodreads. Word of mouth is essential to the success of indie books like ours and anything you can do to get this kicker of a book in front of people is muchly appreciated.


Stay scary... and enjoy!


Josh... xx




Gossip queen ALEX longs to be seen. 


Cheerleader TULSI is sick of cutting people on her sharp heart.

 

New kid CLEMENTINE can’t escape the violence inside.

 

And wallflower SUNJU is tired of keeping quiet.

When a twist of fate brings this unlikely quartet together, sparks and punches fly.

They call it ‘Girls Night,' an underground fight club that’s girls only.


Soon every girl at Sterling High is showing up to class with bruised knuckles and split lips.


Alex, Tulsi, Clementine, and Sun have never felt more alive. Until demonic head cheerleader, Quentin Scarhill, steps in the ring with her eyes on Alex.


As Quentin’s hold over Alex tightens, Girls Night spirals out of control.

Can they take back the reins before things turn deadly?


And if Girls Night ends will they throw in the towel on their newfound friendships?


"Fight Club reimagined with badass queer girls you can’t help but root for. This is an exciting, banter-filled story centered on girls who are finding themselves and finding each other. Their delightful moments of genuine rawness come not from when they’re fighting but from when they’re not." - Kirkus Reviews

"Bloody, bold and beautiful, these girls will knock you out and you'll thank them for it! I.S Belle has crafted an absolute must read story about the struggles and triumphs of queer high school girls."

- Rosie Talbot author of Sixteen Souls

"A thrilling story about girls taking back their power — GIRLS NIGHT is unashamedly queer, bloody and beautiful."

- Sierra Isley author of In the Ring

"Filled with explosive fights and even more explosive romances, this is one fight club you WILL talk about for years to come."

- Chloe Spencer author of Monstersona



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