Living on a tour bus with your boyfriend’s rock band is nothing like living in a trailer with your drug-addicted mother—except for the drama. After all the pain and grief that marked the beginning of Cass and Tucker’s relationship, they’re finally building a life together—just the two of them, his three bandmates, some groupies, and thousands of screaming fans. And not everyone is as happy about the couple’s reunion as they are.
The last thing Cass wants to do is create friction within the band—especially when Damaged is on the brink of achieving the success Tucker has worked so hard for. She’s thrilled to finally be with a man who loves and protects her as much as he does. But how can she carve out a place for herself in this new rock star world . . . without being swallowed by the shadow of Tucker’s fame?
How far would you go to fit in?
Delilah (Lie) didn't fit in at high school.She was an outcast
and had fallen for the only boy who didn't treat her like she was nothing.
Her entire world crashed down around her when Brock
made a choice that would cause her to never trust again.
College is her chance to spread her wings and become the person
she always wanted to be and to leave her past behind her.
Her world is flipped upside down when she meets Abel, a quiet surfer from California.
Unfortunately, she will have to face her past if she ever hopes to have a future with him.
Annie grew up with a warped family who
didn't shelter her from the horrors of the world.
In fact, they threw it at her feet.
When she meets a boy who shows her affection
she struggles with feelings she had never experienced before.
But her family is not willing to let her go easily.
Even if Annie is able to escape their control,
the damage done to her will haunt her for the rest of her life.
In this highly anticipated follow-up to White Trash Damaged, Cass and Tucker have finally found their happily ever after, but can Eric, the band’s brooding drummer, ever let go of his past and find love?
Eric’s life has not been an easy journey—from a small town boy with fantasies of superstardom to rock star on tour with the suddenly famous band Damaged. He struggles to let go of his past of physical abuse, a past that still haunts him, and plagues him with blinding headaches. His anger is causing him to spiral out of control and he risks losing everything he has worked so hard for.
Only one person has ever gotten him to open up about his past: Sarah, the lead singer of Filth, the opening act on their first national tour. But their bands have a rocky past, and Eric must learn to juggle his newfound romance without losing focus on his music—or letting his tortured past jeopardize his chance for a happy future...
Gabby plays a very dangerous game...
Drake is eager to teach her the rules.
Gabby wants nothing more than to be an author,
but she is stuck working for a magazine that she despises.
When she is tasked to interview an actor at a movie premiere,
she reluctantly sets off to do her job.
Drake doesn't make it easy for her and she lets her frustration get the best of her.
She is soon thrown into his world and in over her head.
Freshman year of high school is supposed to be a time to
spread your wings; grow from a little girl into a young woman. That's what the
adults say anyway. It just meant harder assignments and less time to figure out
what college I wanted to get into in four years.
I didn't need to add any stress to my life my parents did that for me. They fight
constantly and no matter how hard I tried it was never good enough. This year
would be different. This year I was going to shed the little girl Lila Jane and
become a woman if it killed me.
Be careful what you wish for.
Hollow - Nov. 11 2014 Paperback Pre-order / Kindle Pre-Order
When I moved to Hollow Point, Pennsylvania I had a plan. I would do whatever it takes to climb my way to the top of the social ladder, not caring who I had to step on to get to the top.
The girl who started that rumor about your eating disorder?
That was me.
The girl who made out with your boyfriend?
The girl you don’t ever want to cross?
You’re looking at her, bitch.