Fall in love with the first three books in the K-Pop Romance Series! Celebrity Boys, ordinary girls, and a whole lot of fun.
Landry Albright hopes the new year will start off in an amazing way—instead she has to deal with more frenemy issues, boy drama, and having most of her besties make the cheerleading squad without her. Suddenly, it seems like all anyone can talk about is starting high school next year—something she finds terrifying.
Landry gets her first boyfriend, but then gets dumped just as things come to a head with her friends. She feels lost and left out, but finds good advice from what she considers an unlikely source. Landry learns to speak up for what’s right, tell the truth (even when it hurts), and how to get past the fear of failure as she gets another shot at competing in the American Ingénue modeling competition.
Gregory Bronson learns he’ll soon be moving away from his neighbor and best friend, Alison Levin. When he tells her the shocking news, she feels her world is being turned upside down. What would she do without Greg? What would Greg do without her?
Fast forward fifteen years. Ali is engaged to Sean Whitman who can provide her with anything she could ever want. While vacationing, however, she runs into Greg. Suddenly she’s not so sure Sean is the one.
Greg finds himself just getting out of a bad relationship when he and Ali reunite. He can’t help but be attracted to her and wonder if the two of them could ever stand a chance.
As the two of them rebuild their friendship, the foundation for something more is set until one day they finally give in to their desires. But after they are interrupted with an emergency, Ali realizes she must make a choice. Will she choose her fiancé, Sean, and go through with a wedding that is already planned and paid for? Or will she give it all up for her friend, Greg, who could give her the one thing Sean doesn’t: all of himself?
Long Lost Neighbors is the third in the Neighbors series, however, it is a completely standalone novel. Although the first six chapters take place when the main characters are young, don’t be fooled. The majority of this novel takes place as adults with a lot of attraction and a lot of internal struggle with tough life situations mixed in. This clean romance read is perfect for anyone who dares to explore what it might look like for childhood friends to be reunited much later in life.
Tessa, a self-conscious introvert, attempts to avoid a party and everything goes wrong. When a handsome stranger offers to lend a helping hand, she isn’t sure things will ever be right again.
This is a short story that is also included in the anthology titled, Where the Light May Lead (Reflections of Faith Book 1).
Hannah isn’t exactly sure what to expect when she becomes Seth’s mail order bride, but it certainly isn’t an earthquake as soon as she steps off the stagecoach. In the confusion and desperation she finds herself drawn into the rescue effort, working alongside a man also named Seth, and as they spend time together she becomes increasingly attracted to him. The trouble is, this Seth isn’t her Seth and she hasn’t even yet met the man she’s come to marry. When she does meet him how will she feel after being with this Seth?
Lone Pine Bride is the first in the Christian historical romance series, ‘Brides of Lone Pine.’
New teacher, Nikki Fallon, is trying to ward off the lecherous attention of Coach Carlin. She should
a) slap him silly.
b) report him for harassment.
c) invent an imaginary husband.
Nikki opts for “C” and is not prepared for how the plan backfires! Sure, pretending you’re married to get rid of a jerk is fine, but what if a really nice guy comes along? How can she untangle the web of lies before true love passes her by?