Cheryl McIntyre is a mother, author, and insomniac, as well as a reader, movie critic, and incredibly bad singer. She’s lived in the same area of Ohio her whole life, though she secretly has dreams of moving somewhere a little warmer—preferably near a beach.
Her life revolves around four things: family, music, books, and really bad scary movies. If she doesn’t have a kid on her hip, an iPod in her hand or a laptop in front of her face, it’s one of those rare moments when she’s actually sleeping.
You can follow her author page on Facebook where she lives part time. On Goodreads—which is like crack for avid readers. Or on Twitter, though it’s rumored she has yet to master the art of tweeting. Sadly, this is still very true.
Books by Cheryl:
The new adult series, Sometimes Never:
~Sometimes Never (Sometimes Never 1)
~Blackbird (a Sometimes Never novella)
~Before Now (Sometimes Never 2)
~Long After (Sometimes Never 3)
~Always Forever (Sometimes Never 4) Coming Soon
The adult novella series, Dirty:
~Getting Dirty (Dirty 1)
~Playing Dirty (Dirty 2)
~Talking Dirty (Dirty 3)
~Fighting Dirty (Dirty 4) Coming Soon
~Staying Dirty (Dirty 5) Coming Soon
The young adult paranormal romance series, Dark Calling:
~Dark Calling (Dark Calling 1)
~Dark Craving (Dark Calling 2) Coming Soon
Where to find Cheryl McIntyre online
Where to buy in print
"Will you marry me?"
Most women would love for Luke Walters to ask that question. But when Misty Handlin can’t seem to find the right answer, Luke offers a new proposal.
"Go sow your wild oats this summer, then give me your answer."
Maybe some time with the man who stole her heart all those years ago will finally quell whatever is holding her back from Luke.
“What I did today… I don’t want to be that person anymore. I don’t know how you can stand to touch me."
“I’ll never stop wanting to touch you, Link. I’m pretty sure you’re the only one I want to touch for the rest of my life.”
Link and Rocky's story concludes in this fifth and final installment of the Dirty series.
**Due to sexual situations and violence, recommended for 18+.
My happiness bursts like a broken dam. Not because Olivia isn’t here. But because as I realized it was Rocky’s body against me, I still felt satisfied. Because I didn’t feel the misery of Livie’s loss. Because all I can feel now is shame. My first instinct wasn’t to miss Liv. It was to enjoy Rocky.
Link and Rocky's story continues in this fourth installment of the Dirty novella series.
I was perfectly unhappy, living my miserable existence before he came along. I was fine humping strange men’s faces in dirty bar bathrooms. I was comfortable living like a hermit and drinking myself into oblivion.
I. Was. Fine.
Now I want things. I want him.
My need for power came to me by accident.
So we played a dangerous game of trial and error. What I could handle and what I couldn’t. It became apparent fairly quickly that I couldn’t handle much. But I liked this game because I controlled it.
Link and Rocky's story continues in this second installment of the Dirty series.
18+ due to sexual situations and violence.
Three. This is my number. It's the exact sum of reasons I continue to go on.
One: Strengthen my body.
Two: Help others find their own strength.
And three: My favorite—find the bastards that took my life away and make them pay for what they did.
This is what my life is now. A dead man, inside a scarred body, living only for revenge.
18+ for sexual situations and violence.
For Annie Phillips, there is a right way to do things and everything has a place. College and her flawless GPA are top priority, as is planning her perfect future.
Chase Malloy is funny, loyal, and an all around nice guy. The last thing he expects is to fall for Annie, but he knows he’ll never live up to her idea of the perfect man.
Will Annie realize perfection is right in front of her?
Hope Love didn't have the best role model when it came to relationships. She’s never believed in love and commitment.
Mason starts his eighth school in five years anticipating nothing more than the usual—boring classes, fighting more than making friends, and girls happily willing to succumb to his easy smile.
Together, Hope and Mason discover that sometimes never can become forever.
(5.00 from 1 review)
Park Reed is a bastard in every sense of the word. Being heartless gets him through the day and allows him to fill his nights with the nameless girls he has no intentions of seeing again. Lucy Braden is everything Park is not. She’s sweet, caring, and an all-around nice person.
When Park moves in with Jessie, there’s one stipulation: Lucy is off limits to Park. But Park follows his own rules.
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