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Teen & Young Adult


Liza Claire

Very nice synopsis, I remember writing something similar when looking for a true escape ;). The title is interesting, too.

Ellen Frazer-Jameson

It's going to be a hot summer! This book had me at 'mesmerising black eyes'. My kind of romance - my kind of man!

Reyna Ober

It sounds like a fun read.

Stephanie Queen

Summer time at 16 years old! Love this story! the fun, the angst of young love! Great storytelling here!

Rebecca Paulinyi

Zoe writes characters that you can really relate to, and you'll be turning the pages to find out what happens to them. Well worth a read.

J. R. Kruze

A marvelous way of telling stories that intimately connects you with the characters. Hard to put down, easier just to arrange your life to get more reading done...

Luana Ferraz

I loved this cover! So simple and so charming! The story also sounds lovely, right up my street.

Andrew Mackay

A charming concept and cover. So nice to see life lessons for youth - friendship, life and loss.

C M Milner

Sounds like the perfect teen read! Love the cover art too.

Elsa Joseph

Touching story about friendship.

Free Book Giveaways

Just For A While

Charlotte Harrington is capable of love, but the feelings of love, of letting anyone close to her, scare her.
Seventeen-year-old Charlotte’s life turns brusquely when her mother sends her away to spend the summer before college with her father—a man she knows nothing about and cares even less for. Thus, forced by a promise she made to her mom, and having secretly thrown her future away, Charlie finds herself stuck for an indefinite time in the coastal town of Rosetown. Moving in with Daniel proves to be a challenge for both of them, as she will undo his every attempt to get to know her.
When Misha Breckenridge literally bumps into her life, along with his mesmerizing black eyes and his challenging ways, Charlotte finds herself stepping in quicksand.


Since We Were Friends

Sixteen-year-old Regan Clark only longs for the summer camp trip her dad takes her and her three brothers in each year. But everything changes when the unimaginable happens—her best friend, and acquired fourth brother, Harper, turns into a big cheat and she gets cast aside.
So when school starts again, Regan finds herself friendless, struggling with soccer practice and on the verge of failing math. On top of that, Harper’s own issues lead him to move in with the Clarks, which makes it impossible to hide all the bad blood between them.
But meeting Sophie turns into a mindblower, for Regan’s introduced to the strange world of girls she’s been missing out until now. And, much to her dismay, she soon finds out what hurts the most about losing her best friend—to be secretly in love with him.