Adam has lots of people in his life: Rebecca, a beautiful girl who understands him; the Mob Boss, who harasses him; and Jason, the naked guy who’s unfailingly polite. The only problem is, they’re not real. They’re all in his head, and he has schizophrenia. There’s hope, though, because he’s just started a new school, and a drug trial that will help him get a hold on things. At his new school, he meets Maya, and wants desperately to be the guy she thinks he is. But when the drug trial begins to fail, he struggles to keep her from finding out his biggest secret.
In the second book of the quartet, Coll has forgiven Art for automatically assuming she’ll sleep with him, and Art agrees to take things slowly. She’s waiting for the ‘right time,’ but she has to figure out just when that will be.
The first in the Art and Coll quartet, Kate Cann follows 17-year-old Colette as she searches for summer love and finds it in a boy named Arthur, or ‘Art’ for short. He’s handsome and rich, and she’s quickly interested. Too interested, in fact. She quickly gets attached to him and wonders why he’s not answering her calls. Did she dive in too fast?
Best selling author Cassidy Lane walks confidently into her twentieth high school reunion, happy that she’s written several novels. However, her love life is nonexistent, and she wishes she could change that. Her chance to do so comes when she bumps into Brandon Forrester at the reunion and he asks her out. Just when she thinks things can’t go wrong, she hits a snag on her latest book, and things aren’t looking promising. Read about her impending (mis) adventures in Cassidy Lane by Maria Murnane.