All That Remains

New relationships. New dreams. Same feelings. Welcome to college Jules and West. Fear, guilt, and jealousy rear their ugly heads as Jules and West strive to figure out what they want now that they’ve emerged from the wreckage of the storm. A year has passed since the night Jules Blacklin and West Rutledge were thrown together […]

Love in C Minor

From the co-writing duo of Mindy Michele comes a tale of small-town charm and backroads trouble. Seventeen-year-old Reagan seems like the perfect small-town girl. Dubbed a saint by her older brother, Lincoln, she serves the community, makes straight A’s, attends church, spends her summers working with special needs children, and is a piano playing prodigy. […]

The Junior

Caleb Burke. Charming. Funny. Sexy. Major player – both on the field and with the ladies. I hate him. Well, not really. I resist his so-called charms because I recognize them. We’re a lot alike, Caleb and I. He’s afraid of commitment? Me too. A giant flirt? Same here. He knows how to party? I […]

The Art of Loving Ellie

A romance full of triumph over self-doubt and the discovery that underneath every heartbreak is a new beginning. Ellie Clark has big dreams of moving to the city to become a well-known artist. With the help of her eccentric boss, Alex, and his influence in the New York City art scene, everything should go according […]

The Second We Met

That’s the note I should’ve written. Instead I sent a pleasant and apologetic version. Had I known Phoenix “Nix” Russo would’ve been the neighbor from hell, I’d have told him right where he could shove my words. Nix is the big man on campus with everyone lined up at his games to make sure he […]

Shameless King

She’s tougher than any opponent I’ve ever met out on the ice. After a blow out in our past, Makenna Halstead and I were happy to never have to cross paths again. Except life has a way of knocking you in the teeth with a puck when you least expect it. She hasn’t just returned […]

Family Ties: A Stepbrother Romance

With a history like ours, the meaning of the word family tended to tangle into something unrecognizable. DNA and bloodlines didn’t tie us together, and neither did our last names. Various shades of grey blurred the branches of our twisted family tree. I wasn’t her brother. They weren’t my parents. Not that it mattered… She […]