Running From Forever

Recent college graduate, Kayla Reynolds was ready to leave the university, sorority life behind. Leaving her boyfriend of over three years, she packed her bags and moved four...

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Permanent Lines

Merrick Drake. Bartender, dirt bike racer, and far from settling down…until that one race, and that one girl that changed everything. Amelia Driscoll. Amelia took Merrick by...

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Giving You Forever

From the moment Nolan Pratt walked into Alexa Arnold’s life everything was forever changed. After a year of dating, the ring was on her finger, the house was purchased, and life...

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Waiting On Forever

College. Parties, sororities and getting drunk. Oh, yeah. And learning. This may be true for most college students, but not for Leah Bennett. College life for her includes...

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Promising Forever

** Promising Forever is a continuation of The Forever Series. It is recommended that you read Planning on Forever and Waiting on Forever prior to this novella. ** After an...

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Planning On Forever

Collin and Alexa are the perfect couple; gorgeous, popular and hopelessly in love. With graduation day nearing and college life on the horizon, Collin flirts with infidelity and...

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Summer Rush

Hope Taylor is a smart Southern girl with a good head on her shoulders and a positive outlook on life. Even though things are simple and predictable, Hope is happy and content....

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Cassidy James 411

Posted on Sep 15, 2014

Because I am procrastinating from writing right now, I thought I’d give you some insight on Cassidy James since it’s ranking up there in being my favorite book aside from Waiting on Forever.

It is a cross-over between YA (young adult), and NA (New Adult). Honestly, I could probably say that it’s YA, because it’s not at all near the maturity of some NA books now-a-days, but the male character, Graham, has a tendency to use the F bomb every once in a while, so I feel compelled to say that’s it nears the line of being NA.

It’s told in two different point of views- Cassidy and Graham’s. It’s a little trickier to write this way, especially when their opposite genders, but this book needed it, and I love it so much more because I did it.

It comes out on Monday, January 19, 2015 so mark it on your calendars and Goodreads (

I’d planned on it being book #1 in a serial; however, after going through its first round of beta readers, and with the additions I have been making, it may just so happen turn into a full length novel. It’s to be determined, but I am almost positive it will have at LEAST one or two more follow-up books to it. So, I guess it’s safe to say that it will definitely be book #1 in a series- MAYBE a serial (series consisting of novellas- short stories). We’ll just have to see ;)

Sign ups are still open for the cover reveal (December 15, 2014), and the release buzz (January 19, 2015), so if you haven’t signed up for that yet, you can do that here:

-A little tid-bit for those who sign up for one or both of those events- there will be an option to read and review it when the information packets go out :)

So, I think that’s it. I’m super excited about this book. I haven’t had a story click and flow as easy as this one since I wrote Waiting on Forever. The other ones were out of my comfort area in places. This one…smooth as silk! Haha.

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