Katrina Linden landed the stable career that pleased her parents, but it ultimately resulted in her feeling unfulfilled and miserable. Then her BFF suggests they both quit their jobs and move clear across the country for two months to find new adventure in New York City. Katrina is hesitant to say the least, but agrees, and is excited for what lays ahead. However, her friend backs out at the last minute, and she’s faced with a difficult decision. Will she go on the trip of a lifetime or crawl back into her comfort zone?
This is a companion poetry book to Sobanet’s Meet Me in Paris. In it, she reveals her raw emotions of her heartbreak and ultimate happy ever after.
John Smith has had his heart broken by a leggy blonde and has sworn off women because of it. Enter Becca Swanson, a nerdy conservative girl whose life plan is to study law and take on the world. Their two paths cross and suddenly John isn’t so sure he should stay away from women any longer. This sequel to Discovering April is mysterious and romantic and completely satisfying.
Carter Colby is the most unpopular kid in school. This wouldn’t be so bad if his twin brother Marcus weren’t the most popular kid in school. But when Marcus is killed in a motorcycle accident, Carter is left like a dead man walking, because he is wearing his brother’s face, and things won’t ever be the same.