I was born and raised in Nebraska, but spent my college years traveling the world. I fell in love with Eastern Europe, Paris, Indian Food and the beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka. But I came back home to marry my high school sweetheart and now I spend my days raising our growing family. In those few spare moments I have, I am either reading or writing Young Adult Fiction, because I am obsessed with it.
Five other things I'm obsessed with right now:
1. My Kuerig Coffee Machine. Genius.
2. 90's music. Oh man, the 90's speak right to my soul.
3. Chocolate smelling body wash. Who doesn't want to walk around smelling like a bakery?
4. Colored Chapstick. And if it's Dr. Pepper Flavored, that's kind of my nirvana.
5. Spotify. It's like the mixed-tape of this generation and I have probably three hundred hours of music on there. Can't get enough.
Clover Calloway had fame and fortune and the love of a lifetime once upon a time. Until she walked away from it all. Five years later, she's found peace in a normal job with normal friends and a normal boyfriend. She's no longer pianist for the world's hottest rockband, but she's happy. Most of the time. Until her two worlds crash into each other and she's forced to face the past she's run from.
I know better than to trust men like Levi Cole. I was born and raised in a trailer park, I know nothing good happens to girls like me—girls with trailer park lives and trailer park hearts. Especially from gorgeous, kind, pigheaded men like him.
For Cassandra Carmichael freshman year of college sucks so far. But tonight all of her problems will disappear when she sees Jake Turner and his band play live. If only she could get to him. If only she could get Troy Cameron to leave her alone. Just because they sit by each other in class does not mean they’re friends. Or that she thinks he’s hot. Or that he’s exactly what she needs tonight.
Kane Allen has met his match in Reagan Willow. While he plans to keep her forever, she plots to run away. Even if their separation is inevitable, can he make her trust him first? Can he plant the seeds that will develop the substantial relationship he hopes to cultivate?
This is Episode One told from Hendrix's point of view.
Hendrix Parker believed the only thing waiting for him at the end of the world was responsibility and obligation. His life had fallen into monotonous routine and he was resigned to accepting his new, depressing fate.
Until Reagan Willow tumbles into his life. She awakens a part of him that was as Zombie-fied as the rest of the world.