Sutton College Series
Rules were meant to be broken, even in love.
Welcome to Sutton College, a fine arts college in Portland, OR that's full of those chasing after their futures while realizing their dreams in the process. Meet Beau Grady, the popular playboy ex-hockey player who spends his days riding his motorcycle and serving up Vietnamese food after dropping out of college. Or Mati, the determined art student who wants to succeed after failing out of art school. Then there's Noah, the unlikely frat boy with a bad boy image who's a closeted romantic in love with his best friend's girlfriend. And lastly, there's Reagan, the girl everyone loves to hate who wants to make a name for herself in New York City.
Each book is a standalone romance that can be read separately, however I strongly suggest reading both in order. The third book in the series, SOMETHING BETTER THAN THIS, is slated to be released in 2017.See what readers are calling -- and --. Grab your copies!
Between everything and us
Matisse Evans is determined to make her sophomore year of college successful after failing out of a prestigious New York City art school and spending a horribly boring gap year at home. Despite her focus, time isn't on her side as she struggles to hold down three jobs so she can afford her first apartment while juggling course work. In the chaos of it all, Beau Grady moves in and shakes up her world. A college dropout and tattooed bad boy, the rumors about Beau mean one thing for Matisse—trouble. Paralyzed by the fear that she's missing out on life, Matisse discovers plans may unravel, but what rises in their wake can be worth the uncertainty.
After spending the summer couch surfing, Beau Grady moves into an empty room at his ex-girlfriend’s Portland bungalow, skipping his senior year of college to spend his days working at a Vietnamese food cart instead. Once a star hockey player and gifted student, he’s put his life on hold after receiving a life-altering diagnosis, complacent to live in the moment. Hiding behind false rumors and bad habits, Beau falls for Matisse, letting her believe the worst until their relationship blooms into something they both can’t ignore. Falling for her means having to face a future he’d rather forget, but loving her just might be worth it.
ANYTHING MORE THAN NOW
Reagan Landry is months away from college graduation, but instead of excitement, she's frozen by the fear of letting go — of her ex-boyfriend, of the comfortable life she created for herself in Portland, of the years-long search for her older sister who abandoned her as a homeless teen. When she’s finally forced to decide what's next, Reagan is met with another complication — her ex’s best friend, Noah Burke, who seems determined that she embraces what could be instead of what has been.
Drunkenly hooking up with his best friend’s ex, Reagan, is a mistake, but being secretly in love with her is so much worse when things seem one-sided. A disenchanted frat boy about to fail out of college, Noah has been living out someone else’s dream after a horrible accident five years earlier. Just when he thinks he's lost any chance he has with Reagan, she surprises him by agreeing to spend the summer together at his family's ranch in Montana.
And suddenly what started out as a complication between them becomes serious...until the past starts ripping apart their future.