May 4, 2014
for Generation RejectsVivian Baily was a flaky, attention seeking drama queen.
Apart they were challenging…together they were complete and total chaos.
Cole and Vivian were two people who should never have been together.
Yet they crashed into each other at every turn.
Their relationship was anything but stable. But it was passionate. It was
messy. It was hopelessly seductive. And it might possibly drive them both
They fought. They made up. They screamed. They made love.
They hated and they loved in equal measure.
And now that Generation Rejects are starting to hit it big and the band is on
the road, temptation and massive egos could very well spell the end of their
If only they could stay away from each other.
But Vivian has finally reached her breaking point. Tired of their endless
cycle, she is ready to say goodbye to Cole for good.
Yet Cole isn’t one to go away quietly. Particularly when he is starting to
realize exactly what he stands to lose if Vivian walks away.
As his world begins to turn upside down, Cole realizes that the one person who
can hold him together is the girl who may no longer want him.
Love can be a comedy of errors, particularly for two people who never seem to
get the timing right.
And In the crazy world of rock and roll, the hardest lessons to learn just
might be the ones with the sweetest rewards
me! Especially since mine had gone straight to hell in the span of thirty
Maysie Ardin is soaking up the summer before her junior year of college,
shopping, hanging by the pool and shopping some more. But when her black belt
in spending lands her in trouble with her parents, she is forced to take a
second job at a local bar to dig herself out of a deep financial pit.
She thought she’d be miserable. But then Maysie didn’t count on Jordan Levitt,
the hot, pierced and tattooed, drum playing bartender who also happens to be
very interested in her. And the feelings are totally mutual.
It had the makings of the perfect romantic set up. Boy meets girl. Boy likes
girl. Boy has girlfriend? Okay, maybe not.
But attraction is a hard thing to ignore and soon Jordan and Maysie find
themselves in the middle of a gossip induced firestorm. Maysie has to learn
whether she can set aside her fear of public disapproval in order to be with
the one she wants. Or will she let the opinions of others dictate her life and
Regret: Book 2
where her life is headed.
Riley Walker does not make mistakes.
Riley Walker certainly doesn’t make spontaneous decisions.
But then Riley Walker gets dumped.
Spectacularly, gut-wrenching, stomp all over her heart dumped. And she is
feeling more than a little angry. And a whole lot bitter. And suddenly the girl
who has always done everything right feels like doing something completely
Garrett Bellows, lead guitarist for the local band, Generation Rejects, is
going through life without a plan. Trying not to think past the next gig or the
next party, he has worked hard to not become too attached to anyone or
anything. So he is shocked to find himself drawn to the snarky girl with a chip
on her shoulder. She pisses him off and puts him down. He knows she’s nothing
more than a self-entitled college brat who thinks she’s better than the townie
boy without a future.
Alcohol and a hefty dose of lust leads to a night both Riley and Garrett
immediately regret. Her embarrassment, his pride and the weight of rumors and
misconceptions convince Riley and Garrett that their one-time indiscretion will
never be repeated. Particularly when their harshest critics are each other.
But how do you reconcile a head that wants to let go with a heart that keeps
And what happens when your biggest regret begins to seem almost perfect?
Perfect Regret (Bad Rep)
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Contemporary and Paranormal
romance including The Find You in the Dark and Bad Rep series as well as the
upcoming stand alone romance, Reclaiming the Sand, and a dark new adult series
for Gallery Books.
A. Meredith spent ten years as a counselor for at risk teens and children.
First working at a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault program and then later a program
for children with severe emotional and mental health issues. Her former clients
and their stories continue to influence every aspect of her writing.
When not writing (or being tortured with all manner of beauty products at the
hand of her very imaginative and extremely girly daughter), she is eating
chocolate, watching reality television that could rot your brain and reading a
smutty novel or two.
A. Meredith is represented by Michelle Johnson with the Inklings Literary