This is not a drill.
I repeat, this is not a drill!!
Some of you might remember the Out of Line series (rich girl goes to college, falls for “bad boy” surfer, finds out he’s not what he seems). Some of you might not (and that’s okay, too, because this book can be picked up without it). Those of us who remember it, get ready to squeal because despite Jen McLaughlin saying she was done writing books for Finn and Carrie…
That’s right, our Christmas present from Jen this year is here early, and it’s a Christmas novella with Finn and Carrie, baby. Santa must’ve heard we’ve been good, because this novella is only $.99, and it’s the perfect way to start our holiday season off jussssst right.
Check out this awesome cover and blurb:
I’ll be Home for Christmas: an Out of Line novella
Out November 21, 2017
Nothing could make me leave my family alone for Christmas—except maybe my father-in-law. I swore to Carrie I’d make it home in time, and I’m keeping that promise. One way or another…
I’ll be home for Christmas.
Some promises can’t be kept, and sometimes things just don’t work out. Finn is my world, my life. But when my worst nightmares come true, I’m faced with the impossible truth. Without him…
As if that’s not enough to get us all excited, there’s another book out in a week, this one a full length novel with side characters–another standalone romance for us to enjoy for only $2.99! Two Out of Line books in one week!
Check it out:
On the Line: an Out of Line novel
Out November 28, 2017
I’ve hated Ben Rollins ever since he broke my heart in high school. I’ve never fully recovered from it…even though I ran away as far as I could. Now I’ve returned home, fleeing something worse than I could have ever imagined. When our Captain partners us up together, I’m forced to realize that what I feel for him isn’t hate at all. It’s far worse.
Sarah’s the one who got away. She never really explained her abrupt departure from my life, but to be honest, I no longer give a damn. What we’d once had was dead, and now I’m stuck with her at my side permanently, no matter how I feel about it. But when the truth comes out, and old secrets are unburied, being thrown together becomes so much more than a second chance…it becomes life or death.
And we have no intention of losing.