Reed and Nolan’s story continues in "Going Long," the sequel to "Waiting on the Sidelines."
And I’m going to let him.
Keatyn’s not scripting her life anymore. She’s living it. She’s done with the God of all Hotties and is going to give her heart to the boy who deserves it. The one whose kisses are hotter than molten lava, who offered her the key to his heart, and who asked her to Homecoming in a big, sexy way.
There are so many things to look forward to: parties at the Cave, Homecoming festivities, drama tryouts, and shopping trips to NYC. But things aren’t always as perfect as they seem. She finds out that her best friend has been keeping a secret from her. Not that she can blame him—she has secrets, too.
But, for now, she’s going to pretend she’s just a normal girl. She’s going to pretend the stalker’s not still out there, and that he’s not getting more desperate. She’s going to pretend she’ll never see him again. But, she will. And this time, she might not get away.
Waiting on the Sidelines explores young love to its fullest, exposing how real young heartbreak and passion is and how important it is to discover yourself and hold onto your own identity. The story follows two young characters as they deal with mature situations, including the prevalence of bullying and promiscuity in today’s high school setting. Ultimately, Waiting on the Sidelines is a story of hope, honesty and those powerful, first true loves—the ones worth holding onto at any cost.