Four p.m. spy sessions are the highlight of Mallory Taylor’s day. Observing the boy next door—one with a body and an attitude to match—has her perched beside her window so often it can’t be healthy.
When she finally convinces her mom to let her go to public school, Mallory comes face to face with her neighbor, Troy Parker. And he makes it clear he wants nothing to do with her. His rejection awakens a newfound tenacity and maybe even a touch of recklessness. But when Troy starts to show up when she needs him the most, Mallory can’t help but wonder if there’s more to him than he’s let on.
Taking chances, breaking rules, and following her heart is all new to Mallory. And no one warned her just how fickle hearts can be. When she discovers that Troy isn’t at all the guy she imagined him to be, secrets rise to the surface that will change her life forever.
Tally Morgan is walking, talking sex. As the infamous bad girl of Sacred Heart Boarding School in Los Angeles, she isn’t above using her sexuality to get her own way. At eighteen years old, Tally’s determined to start her senior year off with a bang by bedding the most desired male at school.
She is drawn to enigmatic and devastatingly handsome Jace from the moment she first lays eyes on him. With his sexy, brooding stare and deep intelligence, he’s unlike any of the boys at school. There’s just one problem: he happens to be her English teacher.
Little does Tally know, but Jace is furious with her recent bad behavior. He’s determined to deliver a punishment that will rid her of her insolent ways, once and for all.
With an agoraphobic mother and a barely-there father, Sang abhors the isolation keeping her in the shadows. The only thing Sang craves is a fresh start and to be accepted as ordinary by her peers, because for her being different meant being cast out alone.
When her family moves to a new school district, Sang infiltrates a group of boys nearly perfect in every way. Grateful for an influence outside of her parents’ negativity, she quickly bonds with the boys, hoping to blend in and learn from them what it means to have a natural relationship with friends.
Only the boys have secrets of their own and they’ll do anything to keep her safe from the knowledge of the mysterious Academy that they’ve sworn allegiance to. Bit by bit, Sang discovers that her friends are far from the normalcy she expected. Will her loyalty change when she’s forced to remain in the dark, or will she accept that she’s traded one house of secrets for another?
Meet Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Gabriel, Luke and North in a story about differences and loyalty, truth and mystery, friendships and heart-throbbing intimacy.
In “Young Love part 1, A school Yard Love Story”, Sean and Katherine fall in love the first day they meet. Theirs is a complicated relationship from the start, but although Katherine questions Sean’s true intentions, and doesn’t always like his behaviour, she cannot help falling in love with him. However, when their relationship becomes too serious and threatens to disrupt her studies and ruin the good understanding with the teachers and with her parents, she breaks up.
For Sean, being dumped is hard enough, but things become really complicated when Katherine promises she will return to him after they graduate from high school. When he discovers that Katherine cannot shake him from her mind, Sean struggles to live up to her expectations and restore their bond. In the process, he is forced to have a good look at himself and to discover his own identity. Slowly, he finds that it’s okay not to have all the answers. After trying for months to convince Katherine to reconsider, Sean gives up. But with Katherine always nearby, he never really manages to distance himself from her.
Sweet, sensual exploration that will have you wishing you could relive (or redo) your first sexual adventure. This is Judy Blume and then some! Follow Elizabeth and Zach to the movie theater, to Zach’s place, and ultimately to her parents’ place while they are gone for the weekend. Their sweet sexual initiation will have you pining for your youthful innocence. And the loss of it.