Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!"
*Beautiful Elixir can be read as a standalone novel*
Kennedy and Caleb’s story
The sharper the lies, the darker the secrets…
Kennedy is mine. Too many tortured years have gone by without her, and I’m not about to let another one slip by. There’s nothing that’s going to keep us apart this time, not my psychotic family, not hers, not the tornado that’s ripping through her life or the one that’s ripping through mine. I want to open up my heart to her, tell her everything I’ve done, but that’s the one thing I can never do. Some things in life are best left unsaid.
Caleb McCarthy is back in Loveless, turning heads, melting hearts and breaking them. We had a few sultry summers together, way back when. Those stolen nights were our treasured secret. But now he’s here, ready to take the next step with me just as my life burns to cinders. Our timing was never good. Someone has lifted the lid off Pandora’s Box and my every worst nightmare is floating around cyberspace. All of the secrets I thought I’d take to the grave are filtering out one by one, and I need to find a way to put the lid back, to bury the box, before the darkest part of my soul is exposed—no one can know what I’ve done.
Kennedy’s every worst nightmare is coming true.
Caleb’s are just beginning.
Dexter Houston is a megalomaniac who believes he is in exclusive control of cupid’s poisoned arrow. After agreeing to partake in his disastrous social experiment on dating, I’m paired for a six-week hip hugging adventure with someone with the personality and charm of a field goal post. No matter how hard I try to find an escape clause, it looks as if I’m destined to six-weeks of hard dating labor.
From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Addison Moore—Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!"
Ember Sparks is every inch the explosive firecracker that her ironic name suggests. All I need is for her to cooperate and maybe fall in love with the guy she’s paired with to prove that love is nothing but a farce. Any combination of people can fall under the illusion known as love if given the right circumstances. I don’t believe in the real deal, that’s the stuff fairytales are made of. Nope, it’s time and chance and a body full of hormones which trick you into believing that the four-letter L word exists.
After being dumped by my famous ex I knew I my only option was to head back to Leland, to continue with research in the psychology department. It’s about as entertaining as it sounds, so I decided to make it so. Why not debunk the heart’s greatest misery? If my ex believes she could find her “soul mate” with the roadie on her tour in less than six weeks, then I’m betting everyone else on the planet can do the same in such a ridiculously short amount of time. Now that I’ve finally sold my social experiment to cable TV, I feel vindication after all of the sorrow and grief I was put through. But Ember and that doorpost she’s up against aren’t exactly boosting ratings. They aren’t proving my point that given a six-week pressure cooker while placed in a well-manipulated environment even the hardened of hearts will fall head over heels. Nope, Ember isn’t falling for her man. In fact, the more time I spend with Ember the faster it is I’m falling for her.
One hot kiss plus one reckless night equals eating for two. Definitely not the equation Sunday Knight was looking for when she decided to let loose and trade her good girl persona for a night of primal fun. The worst part? She has no clue who the baby daddy might be. Her father is so proud.
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