Book 1, Going the Distance - A Going the Distance Novel - Book One
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Life is random...
19-year-old Jess Donovan knows better than most that life is random. Her mom is dead, and she's on her own, patching together a living as a waitress when a car crashes through the restaurant where she works. In two seconds, she loses her job, watches her best friend hauled away in an ambulance…and meets Tyler Smith, one of the hottest, most fascinating—and mysterious guys she's ever met.
Both for the good and the bad…
Within days, Jess is swept up into the mesmerizing force that is Tyler. Their every touch sizzles, every kiss dissolves them both, and the sex is…fierce. But there's more to Tyler than his hypnotic eyes. He's adrift, too, and his body—and his soul—are covered with scars. How can she find herself with a guy who is lost himself?
Until you take charge...
Jess is determined to find her way, and make a life that is better than the one she was given. But how?
Read more about Jess and Tyler!
STOKED: Tyler's Story, out now.
EPIC coming soon.
BRILLIANT Fall 2014.
Love, love, love!
Love this Author! Story takes you in and you can't stop reading! Just flew through the book and was so disappointed when it ended; cannot wait for 'part II' in the spring.
The first book was free and it mentioned he chaos of her life. I figured let me give it a try. I read all the books in a day because I was addicted. The biggest point for me was the fact she touched in amazing description the emotional and psychological challenges of two people from two entirely different worlds. The characters are relatable and just amazing storyline. Can't wait to read the final ending of Jess and Tyler.
Mary's review of Random
Random! Just like life. I identified with Jess in a lot of ways; a voracious reader, lover of gardening and my own understanding of having to recover from the perils of life itself. A very interesting read!