Very Wicked Things Born on the poor side of town… Dovey Dawson is a scholarship student at Briarcrest Academy, determined to prove she’s more than just a girl with the wrong pedigree. She’ll do whatever it takes to succeed, even if it means surrendering her body…but never her heart. To her, life is about the endgame, and it doesn’t matter what she has to sacrifice to win. Until the day she meets him, and he rips apart all her well-laid plans.
This epilogue is dedicated to all the fabulous bloggers, street team members, and believers who fell in love with Nora and Leo in Very Bad Things. This is for you. Very Bad Things Extended Epilogue Epilogue (round 2 of the National Belltone Spelling Bee) is defined as a brief description of the fates of characters within a novel. On the day of the big competition, epilogue hadn’t been my word to spell, yet the term comes to mind as I consider my future with Leo. Perhaps our fates have been on your mind as well…
Release Date: December 9, 2013 Genre: Contemporary Romance Coming of Age Drama Synopsis: Sometimes it takes someone else to show us what we are truly capable of becoming.Suffering from years of violent abuse, Ryan Campbell has learned how to keep people from getting too close. But when you shut yourself off, people get hurt along the way.
RELEASE DAY December 16th!! Worth the Fight is the 3rd book in L.D. Davis’s Accidentally on Purpose series. I love the crap out of this series…for real!!! Anything I have read of L.D.’s I have 5 starred!!! Cant wait to read Kyle’s book Worth the Fight. Authors Info: www.facebook.com/lddaviswrites www.twitter.com/lddavis478 www.lddaviswrites.com Book 1- Accidentally on Purpose Book 2- Worthy of Redemption
Cover Credit to Stephanie White of Steph’s Cover Design Blurb: I’m Haley Whitfield, and I recently had the ingenious idea to enlist my mother, Allison, as my kick*ss sidekick and set out on a road trip. This road trip wasn’t to be just any road trip, but a very special one indeed. An adventure with an acutely specific purpose– to find our other halves. The peanut butter to our jelly. The i to our Phone. The stripper to our pole. If our romantic desires were a personal ad, they would read something like this.