Tag: Taryn A. Taylor

Worth It by Alivia Anderson

Seventeen-year-old Ansyl Parker didn’t like Ben Randall, even if he did save her best friend and he was hot. Ben Randall didn’t count on the fact Ansyl would argue with him about everything. And it didn’t help when she turned him down for a first date. After a helicopter ride and an ‘accidental’ trip to Aspen, Ansyl knew she had to tell her parents the […]

March 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

Mr. Wrong by Taryn A. Taylor

Sometimes the only choice you have–is Mr.Wrong. All Sara Fairbanks wants is to marry her missionary. All Beau Hennings wants is to start a new life. When she and Beau—accidentally—kiss, three days before her missionary comes home, Sara is more confused than ever. Good thing Sara’s BFF comes up with a plan to date Beau…and the missionary…at the same time. Too bad the plan falls […]

September 9, 2013 / 1 Comment

Fire Girl (Part 2) by Taryn A. Taylor

Everyone has secrets. Maddie wants to take hers and run. After getting court ordered to live with her grandparents in Sugar Valley, seventeen-year-old, Maddie Haven doesn’t expect to tick off the hot student body president, have a faceoff with a horrendously grumpy girl in a wheel chair, and get blamed for a school fire—all on the first day of school. Good thing she plans to […]

July 12, 2013 / 1 Comment

Fire Girl (Part 1) by Taryn A. Taylor

Everyone has secrets. Maddie wants to take hers and run. After getting court ordered to live with her grandparents in Sugar Valley, seventeen-year-old, Maddie Haven doesn’t expect to tick off the hot student body president, have a faceoff with a horrendously grumpy girl in a wheel chair, and get blamed for a school fire—all on the first day of school. Good thing she plans to […]

July 12, 2013 / 2 Comments

The Secret by Taryn A. Taylor

All normal teenage girls have secrets they want to keep hidden. Lanie is not a normal teenage girl. Seventeen-year-old Delanie Hart has a past she wants to keep hidden. Moving to a new state and attending a new high school seems to be just the thing — until she accidentally sees a mark exactly like her own. When the people she is running from come […]

February 18, 2013 / 0 Comments