Two years after watching her kidnappers go to prison, Naomi Jensen is still in love with one of them. Jesse will be released in a few years, and Naomi knows college is the perfect distraction while she waits. But when her new friend Finn makes her question what is right and what is wrong, she begins to wonder if Jesse is the one for her … until she discovers he's out on parole. Naomi must sort through her confusion to figure out where love and freedom truly lie—in Finn, who has no connections to her past, or Jesse, who has just asked her to run away with him.
Pieces is a companion to The Breakaway and can be read independently, if desired.
The Breakaway #2
Goodreads | Michelle Davidson Argyle
Set in the fictional
beach town of Colby, where several of Dessen's novels take place, it
features 18-year-old Emmeline, who is spending her last summer before
college working for her family's vacation rental business and enjoying a
summer romance with a young aspiring filmmaker.
Goodreads | Sarah Dessen
Beautiful Disaster told in Travis point of view.
How much is too much to love?
Travis Maddox learned two things from his mother before she died: Love hard. Fight harder.
Walking Disaster, the life of Travis is full of fast women, underground
gambling, and violence. Just when he thought he was invincible, Abby
Abernathy brings him to his knees.
Every story has two sides. In
Jamie McGuire's New York Times bestseller Beautiful Disaster Abby had
her say. Now it's time to see the story through Travis's eyes.
Goodreads | Jamie McGuire
The premise was simple:
five kids, just living their lives. There’d be a new movie about them
every five years, starting in kindergarten. But no one could have
predicted what the cameras would capture. And no one could have
predicted that Justine would be the star. Now sixteen, Justine doesn’t
feel like a star anymore. In fact, when she hears the crew has gotten
the green light to film "Five at Sixteen," all she feels is dread. The
kids who shared the same table in kindergarten have become teenagers who
hardly know one another. And Justine, who was so funny and edgy in the
first two movies, just feels like a disappointment. But these teens have
a bond that goes deeper than what’s on film. They’ve all shared the
painful details of their lives with countless viewers. They all know how
it feels to have fans as well as friends. So when this latest movie
gives them the chance to reunite, Justine and her costars are going to
take it. Because sometimes, the only way to see yourself is through
someone else’s eyes.
Smart, fresh, and frequently funny, “You
Look Different in Real Life” is a piercing novel about life in an age
where the lines between what’s personal and what’s public aren’t always
Goodreads | Jennifer Castle