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The Sweetest Thing

When it comes to cake, Sheridan Wells is a true artist. She’s happiest working in the back of the family bakery, dreaming of the day her mom will keep her promise and come home. But when her dad makes an announcement that threatens to change their lives, Sheridan launches a desperate plan to find her mother before it’s too late. Add to that a school art project she can’t seem to start, a moody best friend and the fact that she may or may not have been asked out by the cutest boy in school-it’s a recipe for disaster. Why can’t fixing your life be as easy as decorating a cake?

 

The First Kiss Hypothesis

Nora Reid believes scientific laws control everything, even love. With her grandparents’ epic first kiss story cemented in her brain, Nora develops a hypothesis she’s determined to prove: for each person in the world, there is exactly one other person, and at first kiss, they’ll experience an immediate and intense reaction. But after four years of zero-reaction kisses, she comes up with a new theory: maybe that pesky crush on her stunningly hot best friend Eli Costas is skewing her results. She needs to get rid of him, and fast.

Eli Costas is an injury-prone lacrosse star with a problem—the one chance he had at winning over the girl next door resulted in the most epically

sucktastic first kiss ever. And now she’s…trying to get rid of him? Hell no.

It’s time to disprove her theory and show her exactly what she’s missing.

Game. On.

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Love and Other Secrets

Star lacrosse player Alex “Kov” Koviak has it all. Or so everyone thinks. He’s real

good at pretending his life is perfect...until he meets Bailey. The girl challenges him and pushes him and makes him laugh like he’s never laughed before. Their friendship

is their little secret, and he’s happy to keep her to himself.

 

Between school, two jobs, and trying to get into NYU film school, Bailey Banfield

has zero time for a social life. But then she meets Alex in her express lane

at the grocery store, and their secret friendship becomes the only place

she can breathe. She refuses to complicate that with more. No matter how

charming Alex can be.

 

When Bailey decides to film outrageous promposals for her NYU application,

she enlists Alex’s help to plan an over-the-top, epic promposal to someone else.

Too bad the only prom date Alex wants anywhere near Bailey is him.

 

For a guy who seems to have it all, he’s about to lose the only thing he’s ever wanted.

 

Stuck with You

When Caleb Gray heads to the Texas coast to mentally prepare for a future

he isn’t sure he wants, the last person he expects to see is Catie Dixon.

Yeah, their mothers have been planning their wedding since they were born,

but he and Catie are most definitely not friends. He can’t see her as

anything but the annoying kid who followed him everywhere.

Except, it’s really bothering him that everyone is staring at her in that bikini…

 

Catie got over her crush on Caleb ages ago. So why can’t she see past his

ripped body or how unsettled he seems? She’s got her own problems, though. Her future has been set for years and now she’s dreaming of pulling the plug.

A week at their families’ beach house is just what she needs to pull herself together, and she has no intention of letting Caleb back into her heart...

which would be a whole lot easier if he’d put on a shirt.

 

But a forced week of togetherness full of beach parties, waterslide mishaps, bonfires, and roller coasters sparks more than an understanding.

What do you do when the person standing in the way of your future

is the one person you grew up hating...but now don’t?

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