Tag: teen romance

Rockford High: Don’t Trust the Imposter by Victorine E. Lieske

Rockford High: Don’t Trust the Imposter by Victorine E. Lieske

He was hot. And charming. And a total fake. Destiny couldn’t help but like Eli. He was cute and always knew what to say to make her pulse race. But she was dating Jack so she kept her distance. Too bad Jack was treating her like a jerk. When she finally decided to dump the jerk so she could go out with Eli, she overhears […]

August 15, 2019 / 0 Comments
Sweet Water High: It’s a Prank by Lucy McConnell

Sweet Water High: It’s a Prank by Lucy McConnell

When Summer Snow is told she’s on the cut list for softball tryouts, she’s desperate to fix her swing. Her fear of being the only senior cut this year lands her at the local batting cages, bartering her time for free batting practice. The owner isn’t willing to make the trade; but, his son, Gabe the hottie rich kid, is willing to help her out […]

July 23, 2019 / 0 Comments
Rockford High: Don’t Fall for Trouble by Victorine E. Lieske

Rockford High: Don’t Fall for Trouble by Victorine E. Lieske

He was the ultimate bad boy. She should have stayed away. Jessica has to get a good grade in science class, or she might not get into the top music school in the country. But when she’s paired up with the school bad boy on an important project, she is sunk. Only, as she spends time with him she finds out he has a sweet […]

July 15, 2019 / 1 Comment
Ridgewater High: When We Began by Judy Corry

Ridgewater High: When We Began by Judy Corry

What’s the first rule when staying at your best friend’s house for the week? Don’t fall for her older brother. I never paid much attention to my best friend’s older brother until he refused to kiss me. After that humiliating day, I promised myself that Liam Turner would regret ever making me feel less than worthy. But then I got stuck spending the week at […]

July 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
Falling for My Best Friend by Victorine E. Lieske

Falling for My Best Friend by Victorine E. Lieske

It was just a fake kiss. It wasn’t supposed to make my heart stop. He was my best friend since… forever. Parker was just, Parker. Dependable. A little geeky but so was I. And we weren’t supposed to have chemistry. I was in love with Lucas. Dreamy, hot Lucas. But Lucas was in love with Charlotte, which stunk. And then I kissed Parker and my […]

July 5, 2019 / 0 Comments
Ridgewater High: My Mistletoe Mix-Up by Judy Corry

Ridgewater High: My Mistletoe Mix-Up by Judy Corry

She was supposed to kiss her crush under the mistletoe. She didn’t expect to kiss his bad-boy twin. When Raven Rodgers finds out her longtime crush is back in town, she’s convinced her bad luck with guys has finally changed. That is until she mistakenly kisses her crush’s twin brother, Logan Carmichael, who has been her sworn enemy since childhood. But it’s been eighteen months […]

November 19, 2018 / 0 Comments
Ridgewater High: My Second Chance by Judy Corry

Ridgewater High: My Second Chance by Judy Corry

Her summer fling with her best friend’s brother was supposed to stay a secret… Sixteen-year-old Juliette Cardini has been keeping a secret for months. Before she went to her semester abroad in Paris, she dated her best friend’s older brother, Easton Stevens. What had started as a whirlwind romance filled with forbidden meetings, came to a crashing halt when they crossed a line together that […]

October 12, 2018 / 0 Comments
Rule #3: You Can’t Kiss Your Best Friend by Anne-Marie Meyer

Rule #3: You Can’t Kiss Your Best Friend by Anne-Marie Meyer

It was supposed to be a simple kiss. That was all. Whoops. My plan was perfect: convince my best friend and school quarterback, Ethan, to be the final prize for my matchmaking test where the proceeds go to sending the band to Paris. Plus, if it matches me with my life-long crush, that’s a bonus, right? What could go wrong? Apparently, a lot. First, the […]

September 26, 2018 / 0 Comments
Rule #2: You Can’t Crush on Your Sworn Enemy by Anne-Marie Meyer

Rule #2: You Can’t Crush on Your Sworn Enemy by Anne-Marie Meyer

I live by three rules. One: I never get lower than an A in any class. Two: I never lose a track race. And Three: I never talk to Cade Kelley Well, number three came crashing down the moment Principal Connell asks me to guide Cade back onto the right path. Something about helping him turn his life around. If only Principal Connell knew our […]

August 22, 2018 / 0 Comments