Ridge needs a way to avoid the guys at camp, whose only quest for the summer is to drown in beer and hook up with girls. So when Micah offers to explain how the ten unique horses on the carousel are significant to his tribe, Ridge takes him up on it. Still, Ridge can't decide if this is a bad thing or not. All he knows is that he hasn’t felt this alive since his dad fell from the sky, and as the horse adventures come to an end, Ridge finds himself falling as well – for Micah.
Determined to track him down, Haley enlists her best friend Linzi to help, but according to the local newspapers, the guy she met has been dead for years. Knowing he's very much alive, Haley and Linzi follow clues on a scavenger-hunt-style road trip that ultimately lands them in the surf town of Crescent Cove, California, where her mystery guy is no mystery at all. He's living as Colby Taylor, the west coast's biggest professional surfer.
But talking to the surf star again is nearly impossible when he's guarded by a hierarchy of beach bums who are determined to send Haley back to the east coast. Haley is up for the challenge of submerging herself in their world, from wild summer nights and beach parties to ocean air and secret kisses in the dark, but when the lines blur between the ocean and the shore, she isn't so sure she's here for Colby anymore. Sure, being thrown off a jet ski sucks, but falling in love with one of these California boys might just be worse.
(This is book #1 of the Drenaline Surf series but can be read as a stand-alone novel.)
The only problem? In the midst of the crisis and media frenzy, their secret-service-agent dad volunteered to hide the guys...in their house.
Six-year-old Emery is as ecstatic as any self-proclaimed Saturnite would be, but teens Chloe and Aralie watch their summer plans crash and burn like a falling star. The SAS guys aren't happy with the situation, either. Bad boy Jules picks fights with Aralie about everything from his Twitter followers to his laundry, and heart-throb Benji can't escape Emery's fangirlisms for more than three minutes.
But after the super-cute Milo kisses Chloe during a game of hide-and-seek, she finally understands what Emery means when she talks about SAS being "out of this world." If this is what Saturn feels like, Chloe doesn't want to come back to Earth.
Before electricity was zapped to near non-existence.
Before families sold their children and big cities became ghost towns.
Before she met her best friend Cricket, the 6’10” boy she rescued from a freak show.
After spending a year as the McCall circus’s star dancer, Haven is blindsided when her employer sells her to a brothel. Refusing to be sold into prostitution, she hatches an escape plan, but after her final show, she and Cricket are interrupted mid-escape by an intoxicated assassin named Breck. He is everything Haven fears about the outside world - dangerous, cold, and yet incredibly charming.
But Breck’s arrival ends with a trail of blood and their faces plastered on WANTED posters. Haven agrees to leave under his protection on one condition - Cricket goes too - and because Breck can’t fight his burning infatuation with Haven, he agrees.
Hopping trains and hiding out in a misfit circus wasn’t the life she’d envisioned, but as Breck’s hard exterior softens and Cricket’s smile is no longer painted, Haven finally realizes how badly she wants to be free and in control of her own life.
With the brothel and McCall’s investors closing in on them, Haven must fight for what she wants - but the price for freedom is greater than she ever imagined.
After finding out she needs another extracurricular credit, Eden reluctantly joins the prom committee, alongside the cheerleaders and pageant queens. But she’s assigned the most impossible task on the list of prom planning - booking a deejay. It wouldn't be so bad if the popular girls weren’t hellbent on having legendary local deejay Burke Berserk, who retired from radio a few years ago.
Eden enlists help from Harvey in hopes he can convince his dad to come out of retirement for one night to save their junior prom. Harvey agrees - for a price. If Eden trains him to be the perfect prom date so he can ask his longtime crush to the dance, he’ll prevent her from a senior year from hell. He makes the mission personal for her when he offers to throw in tickets to the sold out music festival Sounds of Summer, where Eden’s favorite band has filled a slot left vacant by a cancellation.
Determined to save prom (not to mention her social life) and see her dream band live, Eden is more than willing to transform Harvey from school misfit to prom dream date. But between their shared love for lyrics and hilarious practice dinner dates, her desire shifts from concert tickets to turning her trainee into the perfect prom date...for herself.
Join Haley on her adventure in surf town Crescent Cove, California, as she chases her dreams, falls in love, and finds the tribe that becomes her family.
Chasing Forever Down (Book 1)
Rough Waters (Book 2)
Always Summer (Book 3)
With You Around (Book 4)
Keeping up her cover is tough, though, as dark secrets come into light and battle lines are drawn among friends. And the Brooks brothers? That's another matter of tangled heart strings all on its own.
In this final installment of the Drenaline Surf series, skeletons are unearthed, relationships are shattered, and lives are changed. The Drenaline Surf family will quickly learn exactly what 'family' means, and more so, who is and isn't part of that family.
(This is the final book in the Drenaline Surf series.)
Instead of pool parties and punk rock concerts, she’s spending her days at war with the band’s “bad boy,” Julian Rossi. He’s everything she hates about the music industry with his lame piercing, lack of tattoos, and fake black hair.
But even with their laundry fights and screamed profanities, Jules is intrigued about the girl behind the black nail polish and zombie activism posters. And while Aralie would never say the words out loud, she’s a little curious about the wannabe bad boy too.
In this retelling of American Girl on Saturn, experience the other side of lockdown from Aralie’s point of view!
Her mom's "look but don't touch" policy regarding the boy next door is all but impossible to maintain, especially since he's helping his dad restore Piper's new home, the Calloway Cottage. A gorgeous, shirtless boy makes this boring little town a bit more exciting.
But after Piper and Rooks discover a secret in the walls of the cottage, they have a chance to unravel the biggest mystery in Coral Sands history - unless someone unravels them first.
With Vin's recent departure and Colby's dirty laundry displayed on the world's largest clothes line, Haley is barely hanging on. The team is desperate to save the store and Shark's legacy in the surf community, but someone is making waves to stop them and doesn't care who goes down with the ship.
The only sanity Haley has left is Topher Brooks, her ex-boyfriend's younger brother. While the tabloids pick apart their relationship, she struggles to hang on to the one thing that feels real to her, but surf world drama and matters of the heart are two entirely different things. If the blackmailer doesn't bring her down first, her feelings for the Brooks brothers just might.
(This is the third book in this series, and it is recommended that you read the first two books in the series prior to reading this one.)
Still, animal lover Jude can't get the giraffe out of his mind. It doesn't take long for him to confront Max, who gives him partial answers and introduces him to a secret brotherhood of not-so-typical game hunters. Unable to tell his mom (the savior of black cats everywhere) or his dad (the zoo's head veterinarian) and unwilling to go back to his overbearing therapist, Jude quickly finds himself sucked into the underground world of taxidermy, theft, and drug deals.
At first, he's willing to do anything for the brotherhood just because he's so thankful to belong to someone again after serious drama with his ex-clique and ex-boyfriend. But when his underground life collides with his life above, he realizes he may have bitten off more than even the biggest animal can chew.
As Colby's secrets dominate the tabloid headlines and plaster themselves on the covers of surf magazines, Vin feels the pressure to keep Drenaline Surf afloat. Haley volunteers to play damage control, but it isn't easy when Colby breaks everything he touches, Topher breaks the law, and Miles breaks his leg.
Instead of chasing dreams of forever, Haley spends her summer chasing the unraveling careers of the hottest new faces in the surf world. With the shifting tides, Haley feels her relationship with Vin drifting further out to sea, and she's not sure if this sinking ship can be salvaged. And it doesn't help that his super cute brother is paddling her way with a lifeboat...
(This is a sequel to Chasing Forever Down, and it is recommended that you read the first book in the series prior to reading this one.)