Lainey’s List Chapter Thirty-One

  Nick Because Charlie said you’d be here. Lainey is here to get laid and I… I don’t know how I feel about that. Maybe this is my punishment for being a dog in high school and college. Maybe this is what I deserve for playing around with a single mom. For telling myself that […]

Delay of Game Chapter Four

Chapter Four He slumps contentedly against my chest. “Give me a moment, and then I’ll get up and get you a towel.” “I can’t move anyway,” I mumble. Somewhere, Wyatt finds the strength to heave himself off me and stumble into the bathroom. As promised, he returns with a towel and a wet washcloth and […]

Delay of Game, Chapter Three

Chapter Three “We’re friends.” I search his familiar gaze, one that I conjure up before I close my eyes at night and the one I seek out in my dreams, and for the first time I see something more than friendliness there. “And that’s all, right?” He takes a deep breath and then takes a […]

Delay of Game Chapter One and Two

  Chapter One I was eight when I first started telling people I was never going to marry. Wyatt Majors, my best friend at the time, said he wouldn’t marry anyone either because girls were gross and he didn’t want to live with another boy either. That made me feel better because it meant I […]

Lainey’s List Chapter Thirty

Nick “Great game, man!” “What a comeback!” “This man needs a drink!” The standing-room-only crowd at Mel’s Tavern shouts out their greetings when I step inside. While I hold the door open for Charlie and Reese, I hand out high-fives and handshakes. A Shiner Bock is shoved into my hand almost before I can get […]

What I’m Working On

1) Broken Prince. This book is done and at the copyeditor! Elle Kennedy and I are so excited about this book. It’s a match for Paper Princess. The release date is July 25, 2016. Add it to your Goodreads shelf or pre order it: Digital: Kindle | Nook | iBooks | Kobo Print: Amazon | Barnes […]

Lainey’s List Chapter Twenty-Nine

  Lainey “Gosh, it’s good to see you.” Charlie gives me a hug at the door before I back away and let her in. It doesn’t take long for her to take in my house. It’s not much more than a sneeze of a place. Kitchen, living room, two bedrooms in the back, and one […]

Lainey’s List Chapter Twenty-Eight

Nick I know she’s gone before I open my eyes, before I stretch and feel the cool, empty space beside me. I tell myself it’s for the best. No tearful goodbyes. No pleas for me to stay one more minute when I’m itching to go. Granted, Lainey’s never cried in my presence or begged me […]

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