Tag Archives: New Adult & College

Featured new adult and college books including family issues, romance, aspirations, and new experiences fiction books!

Forsaken (Forlorn Book 2)

Forsaken (Forlorn Book 2) by Gina DetwilerHe was forsaken but not forgotten.

Nine months have passed since Grace Fortune saw the boy she loves, Jared Lorn, die before her eyes. But Grace’s suspicions have her wondering if Jared is really dead. Along with her friends, she sets out to find answers, and the investigation leads to an unexpected place: Silo City, an abandoned silo complex that houses as many dark secrets as it does forsaken people.

Very much alive, Jared’s on a mission to save the girl he loves by collaborating with the enemy—a young, brash rock star named Lester Crow who fronts the punk metal band Blood Moon. Continue reading

The Forgotten Note: Book I Adventures of The Para Club Gang

The Forgotten Note: Book I Adventures of The Para Club Gang by Anna MayfairA page-turner with mystery, suspense, and ghosts!

A thriller tale of San Franciscan students who discover an old, hidden note from a Nazi soldier in Paris.

Young, beautiful, and psychic Annette Kings tries to have a normal college life until the day she buys a vintage suitcase in the wine country which is mysteriously connected with her haunting dreams of Paris in the Nazi era. Continue reading

Fate Cuts Both Ways: An Improbable Love Gives and Takes Away

Fate Cuts Both Ways: An Improbable Love Gives and Takes Away by Barbara L.B. StoreyA set designer and a movie star are stranded together in the wilderness after filming.

Upon realizing that no one is coming for them – her car won’t start and he told everyone not to bother him – they decide to rough it out together.

In an unlikely twist of fate, the little moments of smiles, flirting, openness and comfort begin to build into something more. The stranded weekend turns into a romantic fantasy. Continue reading

Something in Return

Something in ReturnNineteen-year-old Taylor has life under control, content with a routine of work and casual encounters, until the day a prospective roommate shows up at her apartment and challenges Taylor to share more than just the spare bedroom.

Taylor Silva abides by her own set of rules. She is careful to avoid intimacy and does not allow anyone to get close to her. Continue reading

Portrait (The Arts Series)

Portrait (The Arts Series) by Lily KaySierra Andrews has one hard and fast rule: Never fall in love. Because history has taught her that no attachments equal zero heartache.

If she only could suppress this pesky suspicion that perhaps there is someone she could trust. Thankfully she’s a realist, which means a relationship with Matt Howard would only end in disaster. Why?

He’s a rat-bastard. Continue reading

The Fallen Sun

The Fallen Sun by David R. GriggA world where the sun never sets; where there is no day and no night; and where shadows never move. Beyond an oasis of light, the freezing outer darkness stretches far away.

In this strange environment we follow the stories of three remarkable young people.

Together, these three must struggle to save their world. And in saving it, they change it and themselves forever. Continue reading

In Between

In Between by Kari Lynn M67 days. That’s all I have.

People keep coming here, asking the girl in that bed to wake up. But I’m not her, not anymore. I need to go, but I can’t leave, and there’s only one way out. I don’t want to be left here, in between.

About the Author:

Kari Lynn M. is the recipient of the 1st Annual Author Encouragement Award for Students awarded to a new student each year courtesy of Digital Book Girl! Continue reading

Ghost Medicine

Ghost Medicine by Andrew SmithThe summer before Troy Stotts turns seventeen, his mother dies.

Troy and his father barely speak, communicating instead by writing notes on a legal pad by the phone. Troy spends most of his time with his closest friends: Tom Buller, brash and fearless, the son of a drunk; Gabe Benavidez, smart enough to know he’ll never take over the family ranch; and Gabe’s sister, Luz, whose family overprotects her, and who Troy has loved since they were children.

Troy and his friends don’t want trouble. They want this to be the summer of what Troy calls “ghost medicine,” when time seems to stop, so they won’t have to face the past or the future. Continue reading