Nikki Chartier is a dream chaser, caffeine addict, and young adult/new adult contemporary author. Her books are often about surfers, musicians, and relationships. She is an avid surf fan who always wants Gabriel Medina to win and prefers cold weather even though most of her books are set in beach towns. She lives in the southern USA with her awesome husband and adorable pup.
Haley Sullivan's relationship with Vin Brooks hasn't always been smooth sailing, but when their wedding weekend rolls around, she's determined to make it everything they'd hoped it would be in this final Drenaline Surf installment!
Finally back in his home state of Hawaii, Kale Nakoa hopes to find a second chance. Leilani DeCosta has heard the whispers, but she doesn't want to believe the horrible rumors. When the childhood friends cross paths, Kale is reluctant to let Leilani in, but she's determined to prove that the aloha spirit is still alive and that happy endings aren't just found in books.
Kaia Anderson wants a typical summer with her dad in California. Dominic Richardson wants to get back what he's lost. Set on tropical St. Catalina Island, Kaia sets out to prove that Dominic is a spoiled, rich kid who uprooted her summer, but he's determined to be on his very best behavior and prove to everyone that he’s not the guy in the tabloids - and he might just make Kaia believe in him too.
With a greedy brothel and McCall Circus’s investors closing in on her, eighteen-year-old Haven must fight for what she wants in the post-modern world - but the price for freedom is greater than she ever imagined.
Eden Payne wants nothing to do with prom decorations, the popular girls, or the school's resident outcast, Harvey Burke. In order to save prom and book the popular girls' dream deejay, Eden makes a deal with the school outcast. But after agreeing to train Harvey to be the perfect prom date for his longtime crush, will Eden be willing to hand him over to the other girl?
Nowhere on Aralie Branson’s summer agenda did it say she would be hiding the most famous boyband in the world, Spaceships Around Saturn, in her house. But since her dad’s impromptu offer to hide the band after a shooting, that’s exactly what she’s doing.
In this retelling of Starlight experience the other side of lockdown from Aralie’s point of view!
Haley Sullivan has never been one to play the villain, but after learning who is blackmailing Drenaline Surf, that's exactly what she's asked to do. In this final installment of the Drenaline Surf series, skeletons are unearthed, relationships are shattered, and lives are changed.
Sixteen-year-old Piper Davenport doesn't care for her new Florida home...until she meets the boy next door, Rooks Carter. He's helping his dad restore Piper's new home, but after Piper and Rooks discover a secret in the walls of the cottage, they have a chance to unravel the biggest mystery in Coral Sands history - unless someone unravels them first.
The Drenaline Surf team is desperate to save the store and Shark's legacy in the surf community, but someone is making waves to stop them and doesn't care who goes down with the ship. But surf world drama and matters of the heart are two entirely different things. If the blackmailer doesn't bring Haley down first, her feelings for the Brooks brothers just might.
Instead of chasing dreams of forever after returning to Crescent Cove, Haley spends her summer chasing the unraveling careers of the hottest new faces in the surf world, and she's about to learn what happens when forever doesn't last.
Sixteen-year-old Ridge McCoy’s summer plans take a turn in an unexpected direction when he meets Micah Youngblood, the guy who runs the carousel at the local mall and has a reputation for devouring straight boys’ heterosexuality for breakfast, alongside his chocolate chip pancakes.
When attempt has been made on the lives of Canadian boy band, Spaceships Around Saturn, during their USA tour, the guys have to go into hiding ASAP with a secret service agent's family, which includes two teenage daughters and a five-year-old fangirl.
Haley is up for the challenge of embracing surf culture, from wild summer nights and beach parties to ocean air and secret kisses in the dark. But when the lines blur between the ocean and the shore, her feelings change with the tides. Sure, being thrown off a jet ski sucks, but falling in love with one of these California boys might just be worse.
Haley Sullivan is on a mission to chase her forever down on the West Coast. But falling in love wasn't part of that mission... especially since she's falling for the enemy... Join Haley on her adventure in surf town Crescent Cove, California, as she chases her dreams, falls in love, and finds the tribe that becomes her family.
This Drenaline Surf spin-off series follows the adventures of the West Coast Hooligans after the conclusion of the prior series. This can be read without reading the Drenaline Surf series, although it is recommended.
The teens of Fallen Elk Grove come together to take down the hierarchy of high school cliques, change the dynamic of their friend groups, and rise up to fight for what they want. Each book is a companion novel that features around one group of friends within this high school.
Not Letting Go
on Dec. 08, 2015
I don't normally read works this short, but this was the top result on Amazon when I searched for YA LGBT, and it was free, so I figured why not give it a chance. Things moved a little fast, which was expected for a short story, but the emotion and connection between characters were well-captured. If Danni Keane's aim was to leave her readers wanting more with these characters, she accomplished her goal! I'm definitely excited to see where Josh & Bradley go from here and how Josh's life plays out after the death of his father and the emotional aftermath. Definitely an author I'm going to keep an eye on! :)