Raised in foster homes, 18-year-old Chloe Henderson hopes for a sunnier future with boyfriend Trace Rodriguez and the child they're expecting. On what Chloe thinks is a Sunday outing, Trace pulls up to a convenience store in a rundown San Francisco neighborhood. Chloe is horrified when he robs the store and kills the clerk and a customer, ADA Roy Walker. Afraid of losing the one person who's ever loved her, Chloe helps Trace escape and becomes an accomplice to an appalling crime.
Party girl. Art thief. All around bad girl. It's what all the newspapers call socialite and heiress Kate Sparrow. It's all untrue. Kate's been set up, and she's following the orders of the FBI to get the real criminal, her father. She'll have to put up with her sister, the wedding fiasco, and her own fears that someone is after her, trying to stop her to get what she needs to prove her innocence.
A chance encounter with a celebrity, an impromptu video, and a shiny new espresso machine. It all added up to a juicy tale for 24-year-old Rachael Allen to share with friends. But when her best friend posts the video online, bizarre threats, home break-ins, and deadly gifts from an obsessed fan follow close behind.
"Kept me on the edge of my seat"
Every Sunday Savannah Ray gets an email from her dead dad. She doesn't know how the emails work but she's finally ready to start looking for answers. To find those answers she has to go to the one place she swore she'd never set foot in after he died - Haunted Valley, the amusement park. Once there and on the hunt for answers she is distracted by the charming Dallas and falls hard for him. When the answers she finds aren't what she expected and Dallas betrays her, Savannah must make a choice.
Timely, insightful, and heartbreakingly honest, Grace Leigh’s first novel offers a fresh new voice to examine friendship, love, identity, and what it takes to find your way when it feels like you’re completely adrift.