Rhoma Grace is a 16-year-old student from House Cancer with an unusual way of reading the stars. While her classmates use measurements to make accurate astrological predictions, Rho can’t solve for ‘x’ to save her life—so instead, she looks up at the night sky and makes up stories.
When a violent blast strikes the moons of Cancer, sending its ocean planet off-kilter and killing thousands of citizens—including its beloved Guardian—Rho is more surprised than anyone when she is named the House’s new leader. But, a true Cancerian who loves her home fiercely and will protect her people no matter what, Rho accepts.
Then, when more Houses fall victim to freak weather catastrophes, Rho starts seeing a pattern in the stars. She suspects Ophiuchus—the exiled 13th Guardian of Zodiac legend—has returned to exact his revenge across the Galaxy. Now Rho—along with Hysan Dax, a young envoy from House Libra, and Mathias, her guide and a member of her Royal Guard—must travel through the Zodiac to warn the other Guardians.
But who will believe anything this young novice says? Whom can Rho trust in a universe defined by differences? And how can she convince twelve worlds to unite as one Zodiac? Continue Reading
Summer rages on in Crescent Cove, but Haley Sullivan can't seem to rescue Drenaline Surf's sinking reputation. Surfers are kicked out of events. A.J.'s criminal record is leaked. Plans for a second Drenaline Surf store are foiled.
With Vin's recent departure and Colby's dirty laundry displayed on the world's largest clothes line, Haley is barely hanging on. The team is desperate to save the store and Shark's legacy in the surf community, but someone is making waves to stop them and doesn't care who goes down with the ship.
The only sanity Haley has left is Topher Brooks, her ex-boyfriend's younger brother. While the tabloids pick apart their relationship, she struggles to hang on to the one thing that feels real to her, but surf world drama and matters of the heart are two entirely different things. If the blackmailer doesn't bring her down first, her feelings for the Brooks brothers just might.
For Pippa Turner there’s only one place to go when her life self-destructs on national TV—home to Ghost Falls, and her heavily perfumed, overly dramatic, but supremely loving grandmother, Philomene. If anyone will understand how Pippa’s hit makeover show was sabotaged by her vengeful ex, it’s Phi. But she’s not the only one who’s happy to see her—and Pippa can’t help but wonder if Matt Evans, her gorgeous high-school crush turned Phi’s contractor, is game for a steamy close-up…
Matt owes his whole career to Phi and her constant demands to embellish the gothically ridiculous house he built for her. Getting to see red-headed, red-hot Pippa is a bonus, especially now that she’s no longer the troublesome teenager he remembers. He’s willing to stay behind the scenes while she gives her own life a much-needed makeover, but not forever. As far as he’s concerned, their connection is too electric to ignore. And the chance to build something lasting between them—before she can high-tail it back to Hollywood—is going to the top of his to-do list…
Okay, so I took a break from writing in January to brainstorm for my new writing project. Which in turn means I got a lot of reading done. I didn't do good a job of reviewing but I'm working on that too. Let's say January was just a practice round for the new year because it sucked! Anyway, my favorite book of January is...
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