Seventeen-year-old Tara Riddle has always had a bit of a gypsy soul, so when she comes face-to-face with a life-altering decision, her first instinct is to run. The problem: The situation she’s in isn’t something she can run from. She has to face reality, which means there are no take-backs, rewinds, or do-overs.
Quentin McPherson has been in love with Tara since as far back as he can remember. He would do anything for her, go anywhere, he’d even runaway with her when it seems like the last thing they should do.
Together, Tara and Quentin will go on a raw and emotional journey of self-discovery that pushes them toward the most difficult choice they’ll ever have to make.
Jennifer Snyder lives in North Carolina where she spends most of her time writing New Adult and Young Adult Fiction, reading, and struggling to stay on top of housework. She is a tea lover with an obsession for Post-it notes and smooth writing pens. Jennifer lives with her husband and two children, who endure listening to songs that spur inspiration on repeat and tolerate her love for all paranormal, teenage-targeted TV shows.
My heart thundered as nervous butterflies broke into flight in the pit of my stomach. I didn’t understand why, though. It wasn’t like Tara had never looked at me before. We’d been neighbors since we were born and best friends since as far back as I could remember. Maybe the issue was that she had never looked at me like this before. Her gaze was too intense. Something about it was different. Something about it had changed. Or maybe something about me had changed. I didn’t see her the same. I knew then that nothing between us would ever be the same again.
Tara squeezed her eyes tight, forcing more tears to fall from her eyes. She opened her mouth but no words came out. Instead, a silent sob shook her small frame. I pulled her toward me and wrapped my arms around her. She melted against my chest, her cake-like scent invading my nostrils in the process. I’d always loved the way she smelled and the way she felt in my arms, but this time was different. This time her scent was too sweet and her body felt too frail.
Title: Close the TabSeries: Devil's Due MC #3Author: Chelsea CamaronGenre: MC RomanceRelease Date: May 30, 2017Cover: Cover Me Darling AVAILABLE NOWSYNOPSIS The system created to serve and protect failed him. The domino effect of one person's crime going unpunished has no boundaries.
He's no saint.
Bladen 'Judge' Jones rides to escape the firm hand of his past. When home is a nightmare, the unknown suddenly isn't so frightening. Riding with his brothers, the Devil's Due MC, is more support than he has ever had in his lifetime.
She's not afraid to call herself a sinner.
Tamalyn Andrews is a master mixer, hiding out in a small town hick bar on the outskirts of a town for nobodies. Looking over her shoulder is something she can't stop herself from doing. Old habits die hard.
However, danger bellies up to her bar.
Will Bladen face his own past to uncover Tamalyn's secrets? When everything crashes around her, will Tamalyn open up to Bladen …
Sarie Anna and Jasen Riggins seemingly have it all. Sarie is the front woman of the number one country rock band, Carolina Fierce, and Jase is their head of security. But, Jase is also a co-owner of Anserve Inc., a private contracting company for the government. Black ops, totally expendable.
When a mission goes south will Jase be able to conquer his demons, or will Jase and Sarie be lost in a Guilty Condolence.
Kim's Review Kimberly N. Dean's "Guilty Condolence" is the first tale in the Sometimes You Have to Fall series. Jasen Riggins is a military man. He leaves the military behind, but not completely. He joins his late best friend's family in Virginia and they create Anserve, a government contractor/personal protection company. Sarie Anna is the youngest of the Anna clan, and the only girl. She leaves at 18 to join some other musicians in Nashville and they create Carolina Fierce, a country band that shoots to stardom. Jasen is sent to be …