Merryville High

He’s had this connection to her since the day they met, like she’s the lights on his Christmas tree.

Too bad she’s dating his best friend.

Today, I age out of foster care, but my foster family lets me stay, allowing me to live with my little brother, protect my foster sister, and graduate high school. But I have a secret that I let slip, and villains don’t respond well to threats. How will I survive the holidays being homeless and carrying a life-altering secret?

Falling for your best friend’s ex-girlfriend shouldn’t happen. But sometimes fate has other plans. That’s how I spend my Christmas break. No matter how hard I try to resist her, it’s futile. Every part of her calls me subconsciously. I can’t ignore the chemistry. And best of all, she wants me. Not just wants me but needs me. Is she worth losing my best friend?

Will these two hearts come together for Christmas?

Perfect for fans of Amber Smith’s The Way I Used to Be and Abbi Glines’s Until Friday Night. This can be read as a standalone.

This story deals with heavy topics including teen pregnancy and sexual abuse.

We’re no strangers to heartbreak.

We fall lightning fast and hard.

But some risks are worth taking.


No one understands what it’s like to love someone you’re not supposed to and lose them. Especially not my foster sister, Brayleigh. 

Pretending to move on is the best option for everyone, and I know just the guy to help me. Only he won’t have a clue.

Sorry, Sebastian. Too bad your brains are in your biceps.


Anger always boils under the surface. My method of coping is hitting a punching bag or someone’s face. But another way to deal comes along. Falling for my ex’s sister shouldn’t be the path to get out of my head, especially when she has issues of her own. But there was a moment of weakness,  a kiss…

Was it bad luck, or destiny in the making?

Perfect for fans of Grease and Glee. This can be read as a standalone.


This story deals with heavy topics including self-harm, death, depression, and sexual abuse recovery.