Clutch – verb: to grasp and hold tightly; to seize; snatch.
Flighty. Stupid. That’s what my sisters think of me.
I’m tired of being misunderstood.
With a suitcase in hand and the ocean as my beacon, I’m charting my own path.
Yet, barely a day on the road, I almost crash and burn.
Running into Silas Palmer, a sexy-as-sin rock star, changes my life.
Silas makes me feel … Exceptional. Aimless.
He’s always known his course.
And even now, when he’s abandoning fame and fortune,
he knows what he wants.
But life is never that simple.
Reverb - noun: an echo like force or effect.
My life is a cliché.
Rags to riches. A bad boy rock star. Everyone loves me.
On the outside, it looks like I have it all but nothing is further from the truth.
I died at eighteen. Lost the only thing I ever wanted.
At rock bottom, music becomes my life support and sometimes, it isn’t enough.
Then, out of nowhere, she shows up. A crash cart to my near-still heart.
Reunited, we struggle with the realization that the past is littered with lies and betrayal.
And worst of all, what tore us apart is determined to keep it that way.
Even as my heart beats strong and steady with the hope of our future, is it too late for us?
I’m filthier than ever and she’s no longer mine, but I’ll fight for her anyway.
We belong together, and I’ll prove them wrong.
Smash - verb: violently breaking into pieces.
One date with the wrong man is all it takes to open my eyes.
I’m in love with Grayson Bennett.
My best friend. My confidant. My protector.
The man who treats my son like his own.
Friendship is no longer enough.
I want more.
More of him.
More of us.
And Gray wants the same.
He calls me his everything.
My son and I are his future.
For one brief moment in time, things are perfect.
Until a visit from my ex turns my world into a nightmare.
Drowning in countless questions with no answers, I struggle with the truth of my past.
Demons threaten to not only destroy me, but also to decimate my forever with Gray.
People always say love is the strongest force on the planet.
But this time, I’m not sure if even love is enough to defeat the darkness.
*contains sensitive and mature topics. Suitable for ages 18 and up.*