She's my best friend. But I want so much more... When I get into my dream college, I should be ecstatic. But going to my dream college means leaving Janine, my best friend and the girl I've secretly been in love with for years. So instead of going to my dream school, I decide to go after my dream girl... A sweet and sexy high school romance short story featuring a hero who knows what he wants and a happy ending! Excerpt: After I take a long, deep breath, I open the email. Dear Rowan Zhao, Congratulations! We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted… Holy s**t, I got in. “Well?” Janine says impatiently. I stare at her. Her long soft black hair that I’ve touched absentmindedly a million times. Her brown monolid eyes. I remember she wanted to change them because some jerk had made fun of her eyes. I told her she didn’t need to change a d**n thing. Then I hunted down the jerk and told him that if he ever made her feel like s**t again, I would thoroughly kick his a**. The coward actually p*ssed in his pants. I look at her plump reddish lips, the subject of many daydreams. I realize there is something I want more than Harvard. Her. I can’t go to a college without Janine. Even if the college is my dream school.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-04-15 - Publisher: Unbound Publishing
Preston, 1981. Maud, who is twelve and lives with her dysfunctional parents and her elder brother, spends a lot of her time in her bedroom writing letters to her favourite popstar, Tom Harding, the lead singer of a punk band called Horsefly. No one really understands her or tries to
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-10-22 - Publisher: Aladdin
Nikki Maxwell’s summer is packed with drama in this fourteenth installment of the #1 New York Times bestselling Dork Diaries series! Nikki and her bandmates are looking forward to an AWESOME summer on tour as the opening act for the world famous Bad Boyz! Nikki is a little worried when
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-07-07 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
In May 2004, I began a morning ritual of sending out devotionals. The devotionals were sent via electronic mail as a source of encouragement, inspiration, correction, hope and admonishment. Within the course of six months, my distribution list had grown from ten people to twenty-five people. Each morning, while faithfully