About the Book
A girl from the wrong side of the tracks.
Four bad boys who rule the school.
When hearts are on the line, all bets are off.
But will they win, or will they crash and burn?
Shelby and her cousin, Cin, have always taken care of each other, using an overcrowded foster system to slip through the cracks and live for themselves. Racing pays the bills, and freedom is on the horizon. But the world they built crashes down around them when a race goes wrong, bringing child services right to their door.
Separated and sent back to the families they ran away from, Shelby finds herself flung into a brand new family with a drug-addict mom who promises she’s changed. But Shelby’s heard that story one too many times to trust that she’ll stay that way for long.
When she joins the fancy new school her step-father paid for her to attend, she meets the Knight twins Mav and Dom, and their friends Luke and Cam. Together, these guys rule the school, and for some reason, they’re interested in Shelby.
But with a conniving step-sister and the cheerleading squad out to get her, can Shelby ever be safe in this new place? And why can’t she get ahold of Cin, the only family she’s ever truly been able to count on? With time ticking down, will Shelby crash and burn again? And who will be the fallout?
A dark and angsty high school reverse harem romance with fast cars and even faster pulses.
About the Author
I have always had a deep love of reading since I was a child. My mother used to read to us every night before we went to sleep, and to this day, I still read every night.
My love of reading turned into ideas bouncing around in my head for years. In tenth grade we were asked to write a story or a poem for our English class. I wrote the first chapter of a story called Swift Wing. The rest of year, she encouraged me to finish the story and told me that one day she would see my work in print.
I filled many notebooks over the years but never finished them. I knew how hard it was to get a publisher to publish my stories.
When I turned forty—call it a midlife crisis, I don’t know—I decided it was time. I was going to do this. I wanted to write a book.
So, here we are, with my book in your hands. I hope you enjoyed reading it.