College is supposed to be fun.
Go to parties.
Pick up guys.
Maybe get in a little trouble . . .
On the surface Cami is your average, wild teenager out to have a good time, but inside she’s struggling. Almost a year ago her best friend was in a car accident, an accident Cami feels responsible for. Since then, she’s made it her personal mission to experience everything life has to offer, both for herself and for Julie, who will never have fun again.
Then she meets Liam, her cousin’s sexy roommate. Hooking up with a hot British dude seems like the perfect way to start off the school year, but the more time she spends with him, the more she finds herself actually liking the guy. Which totally screws up her plans to live life with no regrets . . .
“An absorbing coming-of-age journey full of first love and first heartbreak.”
—USA Today Bestselling Author K.A. Tucker
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"An absorbing coming-of-age journey full of first love and first heart break." USA Today Bestselling author, K.A. Tucker
Some people like a little chaos. Not Sarah. Growing up in a house of humiliating filth means she has three crystal-clear goals:
1. Get through college, however she can.
2. Keep her three-year-old sister away from her mom's hoarding.
3. Never, never let disorder take over her life.
Of course, studying, working, and taking care of a toddler mean Sarah has no time for fun. Until she meets Zac.
He’s sweet, he’s funny, they have compatible plans for the zombie apocalypse. But Sarah can’t let him in. It’s not just his three drooly, sloppy dogs—with him in her life, the pristine future she’s working for would be shredded before you can say Down, boy!
Sometimes falling in love is really all about letting go.
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"An absorbing coming-of-age journey full of first love and first heart break." —USA Today bestselling author K.A. Tucker
When a deadly virus sweeps the country, Vivian Thomas sets out for California in hopes of seeing the daughter she gave up for adoption. Then her car breaks down and she's faced with a choice. Give up, or accept a ride from redneck brothers, Angus and Axl, but she's prepared to do whatever it takes to reach her daughter. The virus is spreading, and by the time the group makes it to California, most of the population has been wiped out. When the dead start coming back, Vivian has to figure out how to be a mother under the most frightening circumstances, cope with Angus's aggressive mood swings, and sort out her growing attraction to his brooding younger brother, Axl. While searching for a safe place to go, they pick up a pompous billionaire who may be the answer to all their problems. Trusting him means going into the middle of the Mojave Desert and possibly risking their lives, but with the streets overrun and nowhere else to turn, it seems he might be their only chance for survival... Stranded in the middle of the Mojave Desert, surrounded by zombies, Vivian and Axl are sure that they're facing the end. They meet a billionaire who's promised them safety and security, but it's almost too good to be true. Vivian hopes that she'll finally able to deal with the loss of Emily, her growing feelings for Axl, and the terrifying new world they're facing. But their sense of security is soon shattered when they discover that the shelter isn't the utopia they thought it would be. It seems that the company that built the shelter decided to solve their financial problems by selling off provisions, which means that the group has to find a way to get supplies-or face starvation. And Vegas is the closest city . . . With her feelings for Axl stronger than ever, Vivian volunteers to accompany him and a few others on a trip into one of the biggest tourist cities in the world. Vegas is overrun with zombies, but there are other survivors as well. As the emotional baggage piles up, Vivian and Axl's bond grows, but it doesn't take long for them to realize that zombies aren't the only thing they have to fear.