Scarlett Goodwin's world is divided into Before and After. Before she agreed to tutor Tucker Price, college junior Scarlett was introvert, struggling with her social anxiety disorder and determined to not end up living in a trailer park like her mother and her younger sister. A mathematics major, she goes to her classes, to her job in the tutoring lab, and then hides in the apartment she shares with her friend, Caroline.
"I really liked this one. Great NA"
My new name is Shyanne Adams. To protect myself, and my painless existence, I do not live. I do not laugh. I do not love. For the last three years, the only meaningful thing I've done is care for the horse I rescued. But now, at the age of 21, the one person from both my past and present is pushing me to start living. Before I know it, I'm moving in with new friends who make me laugh. And next door is Kade Cross, the guy who wants me to love.
Amanda Kelly spent her entire life trying to control every aspect of it, while striving for perfection. Her obsession with being perfect, along with her feelings of worthlessness, consumed her. The one thing she thought was perfect in her life was the bond she shared with her best friend, Noah. Everything was going according to her life plan until she woke up one day and realized she had fallen in love with him. The one thing she couldn't control was the effect he had on her. Noah had the power to give her 100 lifetimes of happiness.
"Killed me several times over"
A family secret is revealed during an ill-fated - yet hilarious - trip to Disney World. Sixteen-year-old Hannah Sampson knows her family is not what you would call normal. Her father compulsively buys dented cans and has a particular fondness for cans without labels, which are extremely discounted because their contents are a mystery. Her mother takes countless pictures of her family and then glues them down into the pages of her scrapbooks, but does not allow anyone to look at them. Ryan, Hannah's mischievous 14-year-old brother, is headed straight for the remedial track at the local community college, if he’s lucky.
Nearly driven to homicide by an alcoholic caretaker, a sheltered, rebellious young heiress disappears into New Orleans to heal in peace from the death of her parents. In moving from Washington, D.C. to Louisiana, she experiences culture shock and freedom for the first time. The title refers to a Cajun restaurant where she takes a job as a waitress. There, she engages in many misadventures with often hilarious results.