Up in the Air
Most people know me as the smartest girl in school but my real name is Sara Preston.
The night of the Opening Dance, I wore a dress with more sparkle than a disco ball and my sister-in-law worked magic with a makeup brush and a curling iron.
Suffice to say, my life changed.
The football captain who was my childhood best friend.
An Honors student with the most amazing blue eyes and a British accent.
The school bad boy who could disarm a nuclear bomb with his smile.
How do you choose from three different kinds of perfect?
You just can't.
Daniel Kerrington is a multimillionaire's son.
He's got the whole package: blonde hair, piercing blue eyes.. killer lips.
He's absolutely swoon-worthy.
Too bad his personality is so full of shit.
Daniel Kerrington is arrogant. Cocky. Insufferable. A walking one night stand.
Ever since our horrible encounter two months ago, we have pretty much established the fact that we hate each other. So there's no reason for the both of us to cross paths anymore, right?
Now that my parents' company has gone bankrupt, they have to turn to his father for help. Harry Kerrington offers to help the company and my parents on one condition: I'm to be engaged to his son.
So basically I'm thrown together with the guy i loathe for the next three years of my life.
Daniel and I have to push our feelings of mutual hatred aside and play our own part in making our fake engagement believeable. We've got alot to do if we want to make this work.
But little did we know that we would be so wrapped up in our very own perfect illusion.
Started With a Lie
one lie. one fake relationship. one million problems.
How to Fall in Love
They're worlds apart, and this isn't high school, so how the hell did a homeless female writer end up renting a billionaire's mansion? And - hold your breath - becoming his fake girlfriend?
Jake Gallagher has always lead a particularly average life outside of the antics of his unconventional family. Average grades, average friends, and the average teenager's aversion to familial embarrasment, until his life takes turn for the unexpected. Because sitting three rows and catercorner from Jake in his astronomy class is Skylar Glass. The insightful, attractiv, interesting, starry-eyed juvenile deliquent, whose existence exceeds average in Jake's opinion. Skylar introduces Jake to the other side of life, gives him a new reason to look at the sky, and leaves a trail of stardust that prevents Jake's existence from being average again.
NOTES: This story is gay-friendly. Reader discretion is advised.
Falling Too Far
An introvert, adorable, shy, obsessed with books, classified a type-A nerd, and has never fallen in love.
And here we have none other than Harper Andrews.
A bad boy, cocky, arrogant and charming- not to mention his notorious reputation of breaking hearts.
What happens when you put the ever so cliche good girl and bad boy together? Why, fighting, panic attacks, social anxiety, arguments and shouting, of course. But is it possible that they will find... Love?
Soon enough, Noelle will find herself falling.
Falling Too Far.
She's With Me
When Amelia Collins moves to a new town to escape her dark past, she just wants to keep her head down and finish her senior year.
Her plans change drastically when she runs--literally--into the school's hottest badass and number one person on the 'don't mess with' list, Aiden Parker.
Amelia needs to find a way to survive senior year while she tries not to fall for the annoyingly handsome Aiden, or his mischievous, cocky player of a best friend, Mason.
With new friends, fun pranks, bitchy queen bees, old rivalries, and a haunting past, Amelia's senior year is destined to be filled with some drama.