Dating the Duke: A Standalone Contemporary Young Adult Romance
Imogen loves history and discovering the past. When she gets a chance to volunteer in a castle the summer after high school ends, she’s all in. While in England, she meets witty, handsome Thorn at a pub. She doesn’t know he’s the Duke of Raventhorn, or that he’s inherited the castle where she volunteers.
Thorn’s all about stressing over the future. He’s looking for an appropriate English girl with an aristocratic background who’ll one day make a suitable Duchess. The problem is, to make that happen, he needs to shut down the ongoing castle volunteer project because it threatens to expose a giant family secret. The other problem is, he really likes Imogen and how she relishes the present. Can he shut her down, and shut her out, when all he wants to do is to draw her closer?
First person, happily ever after, single female POV
Get a genealogy DNA kit for the holidays? Then this romance novel with a side of family tree hunting will be a fun fit for you.
When a curious high school senior touches a mystic ring, she glimpses her own future—an impossible love with the bad boy star quarterback.
Do you choose your fate, or does it choose you? That is the question Chelsea faces in Dating the Quarterback. Chelsea’s an achiever, aiming high, on track for valedictorian. No time for dating or hook-ups. If a guy isn’t “all in,” she doesn’t need him.
Sterling’s angry. First to shrug, first to walk out, first to say, “Why bother? Relationships don’t work.”
He is not what she wants. Wrong time, wrong place, wrong guy.
During a project at the museum, Chelsea holds a ring. Her current reality swirls away, and she glimpses what her life could be like. She isn’t hand-in-hand with a nice guy. She daydreams that she’s in Paris, and in front of her is the bad boy star quarterback. He drops to his knee and pulls out a ring…
Chelsea’s faced with two futures. The one she’d planned and one with new possibilities.
A Standalone Young Adult Contemporary Romance. First person, happily ever after, single female POV
A standalone contemporary young adult romance with a happily ever after.
High School graduate Georgiana Harper is ready for the internship of her life. She’s going to work for the Prime Minister of Great Britain and get a glimpse of a perfect family. So what if she’s crushing on the Prime Minister’s son? She can control it.
Zane Wise has been restricted, restrained, and controlled his whole life. He’s over it. He’s ready to run free. The last person he needs around is a lady with relationship on the brain.
These two are headed for love, but they don’t know the secret her family’s keeping, one that could destroy their relationship before it even begins.
Dateless -- A stand-alone, single female POV, young adult contemporary romance, with a happily ever after.
How All-American high school graduate Kira falls for the hot Prime Minister’s son.
Kira likes words. Wythe likes math. And they both need something from each other. High School graduate Kira proposes a bargain. She’ll help Wythe with his literature project, if he’ll help with her British internship. Because she can’t fail. Not this time.
Number-loving Wythe is done with doing his duty. His Mother won the election. The campaign is over. All he wants is to ace his final Literature project and stay out of the spotlight. If the cute American intern thinks she’s budging him from his plan – she can take the first flight back home to Texas. So pretty . . . and she loves literature…He can work that to his advantage. He accepts her bargain...for the price of a kiss.
First person. Single female POV. Happily Ever After. No cliffhanger.
A ball…a gown…a pumpkin…and a happily ever…this standalone, contemporary YA romance has them all.
When Ella receives an exciting invitation to attend an exclusive boarding school, she knows she won’t fit it. These kids are elite, wealthy, and driven. She’s ‘average Ella’ on a scholarship…at least, that’s what she wants everyone to believe. A lost shoe…a lost shirt…oh my…When events push her to need a boyfriend, Ella asks hot senior Hale.
His response? “No.”
Yep. That’s her fairytale.
Hale’s driven, and he needs an A on the fall project. He doesn’t need the sweet but average scholarship girl screwing up his grade – not after last year. Tanking science will ruin his entry into a top pre-med program. He’s focused. School. Homework. Rowing. No girl’s going to mess up his plan. Not even one as intriguing as Ella.
These two meet in ashes, sparks fly, and their lives light up.
Dancers, Quitters, And Garden Gnomes (Fun YA Romance, Standalone, HEA)
Game of gnomes….who’s taking Grandma’s gnomes?
Why is the hottest guy in school such a jerk?
These are the questions Alyssa will answer this fall.
Alyssa’s a dancer who loves choreography. She’s new to town and she’s done with mean dance teams, and dance instructors who insult to motivate. She’s out to prove that an appreciative, supportive choreographer can win the Willow Dance Championship. When handsome, witty Thayer asks her out, the lights of New York shine even brighter. She doesn’t know he’s lying about his last name, thinks she’s a poor scholarship girl, and is on a date with her as an experiment. And when she finds out…
Thayer’s sick of dating the girls at Shay Prep who use his family’s influence to get ahead in society. He decides to date a girl from the prep school across town. That’s when his best friend offers him a challenge, “Stop with the prep school girls. Go out with a regular girl, not someone paying 100K a year in tuition.” It’s one of those ideas that hits him as right. Thayer musses his perfect hair, ditches his Shay Prep blazer and accepts the challenge. Twelve dollars will buy him a bit of truth – will a Manhattan girl go out with a guy who only has twelve dollars to spend on their date? He finds Alyssa, the pretty scholarship dancer.
Love and payback collide in this standalone fun YA romance.
Standalone, HEA, single female point of view, upper YA.
Imagine looking at your bank balance and seeing one billion dollars. That’s what happens to eighteen-year old Baylee this summer. And it really pisses her off.
The trouble starts with a guy. Logan. Picture the hottest eighteen-year old billionaire in America: Prep school accent, tailored clothes, polished loafers propped up on the glass coffee table. That’s him. Logan’s spoiled, has no clue about normal, and he’s hot. Stare at him while he sleeps hot.
Their first date starts on Thursday. Dinner with his friends. Other couples. All a part of a social club. And they propose a contest:
Place your dearest, most selfish material wish in a jar… Billionaires. Secret societies. A winner takes all prize. – How can that not end well?
Lies, money, and bliss merge as Baylee becomes the Accidental Billionaire.
Standalone, fun, young adult romance -- book 5 in the Accidental Series.
College freshman Hannah dreams of becoming an artist for a major motion picture studio. And, she’s got a shot…if she can get Max Stone to sign a few little forms.
Max Stone. The Max Stone – the studio’s hottest, top-ranked, action star. Dark hair. Golden Eyes. Max.
Maybe she’ll get to draw him. Maybe she’ll get a date out of this. Or, two or three...
Sure, Max never dates a girl more than twice. And, he doesn’t date nice girls, or co-workers, or crazy artists…and Hannah is all three….but if Max thinks Hannah will take ‘no’ for an answer, he doesn’t know crazy. And the best way to get close to Max is to take a role in his film.
Marissa, a recent high school graduate and amateur chef, loves cooking, the culinary reality show Scoop Out, and hot Scottish movie star Garrett Campbell. Despite her big dreams, her feet are firmly planted on the non-slip, rubber floor mat behind the counter of the Texas Fry Hut
-- until Marissa receives a wild job offer --
Spend the summer cooking for Garrett Campbell in LA.
How did Ashley spend her summer vacation? Imagine the hottest guy in Hollywood. Do you see the girl next to him, the one handing him a cup of tea? Yeah. That’s her.
Interning on a major motion picture is not all bad. She gets to watch some of the scenes and even offer her opinion. “That kiss looked lame. Laughably weak. There’s no chance at an MTV award with that kiss.”
LOL. Until the director says, “Hey, Intern. Yeah, you. Ashley. You’re right. So, teach Caspian how to kiss. Oh, and get in front of the camera. We're going to need you in this next shot."
At boarding school, Kaitlin made real friends and became a part of a team. And she met Rhys. Hot. Wicked. Her Soul Mate. She was one day away from turning him into her boyfriend when she accidently drugs everyone with the science professor’s experimental compound. Their athletic skills improve. Their mental skills improve. Then the professor tries to destroy the evidence. Them. Kaitlin lies to her parents to cover everything up and ruins her chances with Rhys. Boarding school is over and it’s back to Shay Prep in Manhattan.
But she’s not going alone. She’s headed there with a pissed off Rhys who has little control over his new talents, and zero interest in becoming her boyfriend. And the lab professor, well, he won’t let go of his data so easily.
Kaitlin will have to use every new talent she has along with her connection to Rhys to conquer the Prep School Experiment.
Ever have to give a sucktastic speech? Hayley does. In front of a Prince no less. As Hayley polishes off her Building Blocks of DNA speech, an idea hits her:
Use the hot, visiting royal prince in her demonstration. Stand close to his highness—the untouchable. Go over his traits. Touch him. Win the crowd. Stomp all over Trallwyn Prep. Yes!
The more she talks, the closer she comes to exposing a hurricane-sized secret--the stunning Irish prince may not be a prince at all. In fact, a fellow Trallwyn High School senior may be the true heir to the throne.
Saying, “I’m sorry” isn’t enough.
Not for Prince Callum and not for the danger she’s brought down on her team. Hayley will have to visit Ireland to discover the truth. Ireland: a land of tragic trinities, ancient artifacts, and time travel.
TimeTravel with a Prince! When she lands in medieval Ireland, getting the truth comes in second to getting home.
Can you see me in my silk dress? I’m the one standing under the twinkle lights holding a crystal, champagne flute while the photographer takes my picture. Can you see my prom date? Me either. Because I don’t have one yet.
Trey’s hot and he can kiss, but he’s not my idea of a perfect date. He’s a jock, a commitment-phobe, and he lacks an appreciation for all things prom. Can I turn him into the perfect date? Maybe with a thousand do-overs.
Deadline: March 24th. Miss the deadline and the unthinkable happens.
Cassie will turn Sweet Sixteen and Never Been Kissed. Too shy to even talk to a guy, she has no hope of pressing her mouth against one. According to her BFFs, she must change. Starting with her hair, her clothes, and her strategy. Or else.
Being a member of the un-kissed is not Cassie’s only secret. She has a crush. A massive, skin tingling lust for Ryan the hottest guy in school. She’s too shy to ask him out, much less offer her lips to him. Now, as her birthday looms, she must make a choice: stay in the shadows, follow her friends’ lead, or go for the hot guy.