Marriage of convenience? More like marriage of inconvenience. Especially when it turns deadly.
Ellery Cross did what she had to do to save her family from ruin. She married a man she wasn’t in love with. Worse, she married a man she knew nothing about.
But Ellery eventually learns all she needs to know about her husband. And sticking around is not an option.
As part of the Harper Security Ops self-defense and tactical training unit, Kane Ramsey spends his days teaching people how to fight back. He promises to teach Ellery the same, even if he’s the one that wants to protect her.
In a perfect world, Ellery and Kane would live happily ever after.
But she won’t be distracted by dreams of a better tomorrow. Ellery has enough to worry about right now. And getting involved with Kane would not only be foolish, it could also be deadly for both of them.
I’VE BEEN CONTENT WITH IT JUST BEING US FOR A WHILE, BUT IT'S MY LAST YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL, AND I’VE MISSED OUT ON SO MUCH. PARTIES, GIRL FRIENDS AND DATING.
IF I CAN’T HAVE THEM IN THE WAY MY HEART WANTS, I MAY AS WELL START HAVING FUN RIGHT?
WRONG, BECAUSE THEY DON’T SEEM TO LIKE MY NEW LIFE CHOICES.
BUT THEY’RE NOT THE SAME BOYS I GREW UP WITH. SNEAKING OUT AT NIGHT, DISAPPEARING FOR HOURS. KEEPING SECRETS.
THE CLOSER I LOOK, THE MORE I’M STARTING TO REALIZE THAT THE BOYS I THOUGHT I KNEW BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE ARE HIDING SOMETHING FROM ME. SOMETHING DARK AND SINISTER.
SOMEONE RUNS OUR LITTLE TOWN OF BLACK RIDGE, AND I THINK I JUST MIGHT KNOW WHO THEY ARE.
Meet me… in the place where the sun kisses the horizon and sinks into blue shades of you and me.
Meet me there… where everything was always perfect. You and me and the damp grass at dawn and the gray dirt in the late evening rain.
Meet me where we were ourselves and not these two people who can’t even say I love you.
Meet me there and maybe we’ll remember…
We’ll remember the us we were before them, before miles, before lost hours, and you’ll ask what color the sky is, and I’ll say blue like your eyes.
And you’ll smile, and I’ll forget I ever missed you.
Luka and Rook have been best friends since they were nine years old.
Five years ago, Luka threw it all away.
When his dad’s health takes a turn for the worst, Luka must come home to say his goodbyes and mend the bridges he burned all those years ago. But coming home is harder than he imagined, and after reuniting with his family, there’s only one person he needs.
His best friend.
The one man he pushed away, the one man, no matter how hard he tried to forget, he can't stop himself from loving.
Even if loving him means breaking his heart all over again.
Meet Me in the Blue is a stand alone, best friends to lovers, second chance, demi-awakening, MM romance, with a whole lot of small town heart, meddling moms, gossiping townies, self-discovery, a friendship forged of forts, Dungeons and Dragons, and a love that will stand the test of time.
Tens: The hottest, wealthiest, and most elite at Grand Ridge University.
Grand Ridge University is run by four men: Forrest, Apollo, Riggs, and Darwin. They’re spoiled, entitled, and have no idea about real-world struggles. But if I’m not careful, they’ll suck me into their lifestyle, and I’m not interested in becoming one of them.
Yet that doesn’t stop them from inviting me to become a Ten. They want me to join them and to accept my family’s legacy, except when I find out the rules, I have no intention of taking a reigning crown. And rejection isn’t something they’re expecting.
If they think I’ll submit, they’re sorely mistaken. They can try to break me and teach me a lesson, but they better be prepared for a fight because their silly games don’t scare me—they just make me want to get even.
They’d better watch their backs because I’m coming for them.
Tens - The Invitation is the first book in the Grand Ridge University series. This book is a why choose series and contains light bullying. Expect some dark themes throughout.