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Two things I never thought I’d say:
My entire future is about to go up in flames.
And Aspen Rossi is my ticket to keeping my scholarship.
The only problem..She hates me.
The last thing that I want to be doing is tutoring Cameron Sawyer.
When he asked for my help, I tried to resist but tutoring another student would look good on my application for med school.
That’s all he is—a means to an end.
However, the more time that we spend together, the harder it is to ignore his charm.
Cam is starting to grow on me, but I can’t get involved with him.
We want two different things out of life. We’re on two separate paths…
Our dreams can’t coexist and neither can our hearts. Even if they keep playing offsides.
After my mother was diagnosed with cancer last year, she has been on my siblings and I to get married.
Afraid that her time is running out, she just wants to be here for all of the milestones in our life.
I’m the last one left, the one who doesn’t even have a girlfriend.
My family knows that my life is invested in hockey, yet they still continue to push.
I can’t show up at my brother’s wedding alone and deal with their disappointment.
Instead, I need to find someone who will pretend to be my girlfriend for the week.
And Sydney Phillips is the perfect candidate…
With my family gone for Christmas, it looks like I’m spending the holidays alone.
Until Asher Golding propositions me.
We’ve been friends since freshman year and swore to keep it that way.
Asher asks me to go to Maine with him, to be his fake date for his brother’s wedding.
He wants me to spend the holiday with his family afterwards, to make his mother happy.
Who am I to say no?
I don’t have any plans, Asher is one of my closest friends, and we’re just playing pretend.
Nothing could possibly go wrong with our fake relationship, right?
Even if we do end up having to share a bed…
#1 NEW RELEASE IN SPORTS ROMANCE
After experiencing a nasty break-up during my freshman year, there is one type of guy that I refuse to get involved with.
Anyone from the university’s hockey team.
Hayden King is arrogant and has a reputation for being a playboy and there isn’t a single thing about him that I like.
One drunken summer night turns into a bad decision with Hayden. One that I swear that I’ll never make again.
But once senior year starts, I can’t seem to get away from him. He’s everywhere I go, everywhere I turn.
He’s under my skin and I find myself making mistake after mistake with him.
We better learn from our mistakes before our hearts get involved…
Eden Finley is as cold as the ice that she skates on.
She’s the best figure skater at Wyncote University and I don’t know how I missed her when I first came here.
After one night with her over the summer, I can’t get her out of my head.
She has a chip on her shoulder, a nasty attitude and she hates my guts.
Which all only makes her more appealing.
I live for the chase, for the challenge.
And Eden Finley has no idea what she’s gotten herself into….
August Whitley was just a fling–someone fun to spend my time with no strings attached.
We broke things off before our feelings grew, but it was already too late.
After leaving town, I swore to myself that I would never look back.
And when I get surprising news, I’m completely committed to doing it alone.
Until one night when he walks back into my life…
Poppy Williams. She was an enigma and a mystery that I wanted to unravel.
Neither of us were ready for a commitment and after a misunderstanding, she left town without a single word.
I tried to find her, but it was as if she fell off the grid. It was messing with my head and becoming a threat to my hockey career.
Until one night, one date with another girl… I find Poppy working at the restaurant and she’s pregnant.
With my child.
I let her leave me once before, but this time I won’t let her get away.
She's my best friend's little sister…
And my biggest secret.
It’s been two years since I left for college and the last time I saw Isla, but when she shows up on my doorstep, the last thing I’m expecting is old feelings to resurface.
Growing up, we were friends, until everything started to shift.
Our friendship turned into stolen kisses and forbidden touches, but we agreed it could never be anything more.
Not when her brother was my best friend.
Leaving Clifton Falls meant leaving the past behind too. Hockey is my life now, more so than before, and Isla is a distraction.
But what happens when the lines begin to blur and she becomes the only thing I can see?
Logan Knight– Star hockey player, my brother's best friend, and the first boy I ever loved.
But we could never be more than friends.
He broke my heart when he left for college and now, two years later, he's back in my life and my new roommate.
Old feelings resurface and our friendship is put to the test.
I've tried to resist him as long as I could, but Logan has a way of knocking down every wall I've built around my heart.
It's only a matter of time before our secret comes to light and when it finally does, will Logan be the one to protect my heart?
One moment in time, one freak accident, and my entire hockey career was over.
Two years had passed since my injury and I am still mentally struggling with this loss.
Mad at the world and everyone in it, I sought solace at my parents' lake house for the summer.
It was supposed to be somewhere for me to be alone and heal.
But when London Hayes walks back into my life, the universe has different plans.
And I need to find a way to derail them because I refuse to drag her down with me.
It had been over two years since I'd last seen Vaughn Carter.
And he feels like a stranger.
Cold and distant, abrasive and angry.
He’s a shell of a person compared to the version I used to know, but I know he’s still in there.
Somewhere deep inside is the boy I used to love, but he needs help finding himself again.
And I won’t be the one to give up on him, even if it costs me my own heart in the end.
The last thing I expected was to find my boyfriend in bed with one of my best friends.
Their betrayal sent me on the next flight back to my home town in Vermont.
The plan was to take the summer to find myself. No dating and no distractions.
But when my brother’s roommate asks me to come to Canada with him for the summer, I find myself saying yes.
I’ve never been one to turn down an adventure and how could I possibly deny Simon Murray with those steel gray eyes and dimples he has?
When Stella came back to Vermont with her heart broken, I needed to find a way to cheer her up.
Taking her to Canada with me was the first thing I could think of.
It was a perfect change of scenery for her to find herself.
She agreed and we headed north with no plans of involving ourselves with each other.
There was an attraction neither of us could deny and when we found ourselves in a different country sharing an apartment with one bed, the dynamic shifted.
It was just a temporary arrangement for the short summer months.
So, why did I find myself wanting her to move coast to coast to be with me?
Transferring schools in the middle of my freshman year wasn’t a part of my plan, but I won’t let my smile falter.
Even when I run into my best friend’s older brother… the grumpy hockey player who I had a crush on in high school.
He threatens to break down every wall that I’ve barricaded myself behind, but I can’t let him in. Not when I know that he’ll only break my heart.
He claims that he doesn’t have feelings for me, so I’m left with no choice but to move on from the fantasy land I’ve been living inside my head.
But as soon as I meet another guy, Sterling Barrett has other plans…
And he won’t stop until he sabotages everything.
Hockey is the only thing that matters.
There isn’t a single thing in my life that comes above it.
So, when my little sister’s best friend transfers to Wyncote, I add that to the list of things I don’t care about.
After going out of my way to avoid her, my sister begs me to keep Olivia Davis company. Reluctantly, I give in, even though it’s the last thing I want to do
But as I begin to get close with Olivia, I find myself going out of my way to see her.
She is my little sister’s best friend. She isn’t supposed to be anything more to me.
So, why do I find myself running toward her instead of away?