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Eve Harris has always had a point to prove: where you come from doesn't matter, it's what you aim for that counts. She has it all planned; find the perfect teaching job, live with her best friend, Cherry, and never get dragged back into the destructive world of her youth.
The last thing she expects is to bump into millionaire heir Cameron Wallis on her last day on campus. Nor is she expecting to discover that when she gives him a chance to win her over he's nothing like the playboy the newspapers paint him to be.
Will Eve be able to let go of her judgements and embrace a spontaneous affair with Cam that isn't part of her plan? Or will the constraints from both their families prevent Cam and Eve from discovering The Truth About Love?
The Truth About Love Vol.I is the first instalment in a serial About finding love even when you're least expecting it.
Amber's always planned to leave her overbearing mother and their stifling small town behind as soon as she graduates. That is until her car breaks down outside Bale and Son's mechanics and she meets Freddy Bale. A boy who'd rather live in the moment than make a five-year-plan.
Ignoring her friends' warnings, Amber puts all dreams for her perfect future on hold, and dives into the romance heart first. On their last day of school, however, Freddy decides to call off their relationship, and Amber does the only thing she can think of: Run away and never look back. Just like she'd always planned.
Ten years pass before Amber sets foot in town again, only returning to look after her ailing mother. While Freddy wants to make amends, Amber is confronted with her own wrong choices from ten years ago. Choices that could change the lives of everyone she's ever loved.
When first love is given a second chance and the secrets of the past come hurtling into the present, will Amber and Freddy be able to lay their mistakes to rest and make this love the strongest one of all?
If anyone knows what it’s like to live with the burden of crippling guilt and self-imposed punishment - Rebecca Walters does. She’s running out of chances to redeem herself for her ever-growing list of reckless mistakes.
When she meets Joshua Adams under the cover of darkness on a secluded, moonlit beach, life will never be the same again. With Rebecca plagued by regret and remorse for a night she can’t even remember, and Joshua consumed by grief, could fate just be playing yet another cruel game?
Both so equally haunted by the tragedies of their past, can they ever really find their way to freedom? Or is Rebecca destined to keep running from the memories that never seem to stay in the past?
One thing’s for certain though…
Life never goes quite the way they expect it to.
GONE is a mature Young Adult Novel and is only suitable for readers over the age of 16
Rebecca Walters is lost.
Hanging with the wrong crowd and taking her steps of rebellion too far, Rebecca is on a self destruct mission that’s sure to implode. But with her best friend at her side she still has the chance to redeem herself and find her way back to safety from the dark places she choses to live in.
Joshua Adams is complete.
In love and happy with his place in the world, Joshua is ready to take the next step and make his lifestyle a permanent fixture with the woman he loves at his side.
Until one cold February night changes the lives of Rebecca and Joshua forever leading them to meet on a beach six months later.
Before Gone was the night they got Lost.
Lost is a prequel novella and can be read either before or after Gone.
Lilah and Ben. They are meant to be a thing. Well, they were. The best thing ever. That was until Lilah decided to teach herself a lesson and let go of Ben since she's learned The Art of Letting Go. Now it's a new academic year, and Lilah has it all to play for and it all to lose as she battles scary lecturers, evil PR girls, and her own inability to make the right decision at the right time. Life has moved on for Lilah and her friends, and life off campus is more complicated than any of them would have guessed. As the reality of being second-year students sets in and the study starts to build up, cracks begin to appear in the very fabric of their friendships. There is a chance that none of them are going to complete Year Two in one piece. Facing down her worst enemy, herself, Lilah has to try and change her own past mistakes when she realizes that the only way she is going to get the future she wants is if she manages to learn The Art of Keeping Faith in herself. THE ART OF KEEPING FAITH is the second year in The Uni File Series and continues Lilah McCannon's diary as she searches for love, tries to find and earn trust, and ultimately discovers who she is really meant to be.
They are calling it the End of Days. The world is plunging into darkness, the days growing shorter and the nights longer. Meteor showers are falling to the earth and there are some who would take advantage of the growing darkness.
For sixteen-year-old Bronte Bell, her problems are closer to home. Since her birthday she's become weaker, her bones breaking, her hair falling out and plagued with constant migraines. No one can explain why. Until a mysterious new boy arrives and tells her that everything is not as it seems. She is not what she seems.
Drawn into a war that divides the sky, Bronte is torn between her desire to save the world and her growing connection with Nick. But she will have to let go of reality as she knows it, if she is to accept her role in destiny before the Hunter, who has been tracking her since birth, finds and destroys any chance she has of making the choice which is her birthright to make.
Her destiny will change everything
Benjamin Chambers found the girl, won the girl, and then lost the girl all in two months. It wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't that girl. The one that had already got away once.
Left to his own devices, wallowing in self-pity, drinking whiskey and killing ballads on his guitar Ben is looking forward to the worst Christmas in history. That is until an unexpected offer of help arrives.
Given the best Christmas gift he could ever wish for, the chance to spend one more day with the girl that got away. Ben knows he just has one day to convince Lilah that they are meant to be together, before he has to make some big decisions about his own future. Just one day to set right the mistakes that he has made, but will it be enough?
Ben may end up finding out that The Art of Forgiveness isn't something you can teach, it is something that you have to earn.
You read Christmas Day from Lilah McCannon's perspective, now you can read it from Benjamin Chambers. Find out what really want down the day of the turkey stalemate - the day that Ben had it all to play for and everything to lose.
The Art of Forgiving is an add-on short story to compliment The Art of Letting Go.