Bryant Rockwell Series
Described as 10 Things I Hate About You meets Glee (or Waterloo Road if you're in the UK), one reviewer called this series "Funny, intense and endearing." Another said "Drama you can't look away from. I was hooked from the first page."
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I have to take a moment to thank three phenomenally talented ladies for their help in getting this one out there:
Hannah Sullivan, my editor, for her patience and skill,
Icy Sedwick, my cover designer, for her Artistry, and
Alice Bell, an incredibly supportive Beta Reader.
Thank you for your awesome efforts on my behalf (click on their names to read their stories).
Here are some of the wonderful things people have said:
“The story flowed very well, and the interaction of the group is funny, intense, and endearing. Wish I had such a group of friends.” – MM
“Cool! Fun story with a fine story arc! I like the way the characters show their human frailty with jealousy and feelings of inadequacy.” – HS
“This is a fantastic story that starts right out of the gate with totally compelling characters and naturally arising conflict.” – AB
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"“Snappy, well-pitched and edgy. An enjoyable read which will appeal to anyone who has a sense of humour and an ear for the ironic.” – Book Viral
"Oh, this gave me all the feels! The characters were treasures, both individually and I loved their bantering relationships. This was an awful lot like being a teenager again!" - Paisley Piranahs
"A well written teenage high school experience. The romance elements fitted perfectly with the plot and were the right balance of lust, love, and friendship. I enjoyed the book and wish I could have read it when I was in high school!" - Reader's Favorite
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Here's a little more about the girls:
Liv - a witty polymath convinced everyone thinks she's fat and a Queen B
She's supposed to be the brainy one, but that doesn’t stop her being really dumb about her self-image and the way she thinks people perceive her. It takes three boys to help her realise she actually is worthy.
Jude - an all-round sporting star destined to be an ice-skating Olympian
She has no time in her busy schedule for romance. Heck, when she is not representing the school, she’s adding hours to her day with an ice-skating trainer who’s set his sights on the Olympics. And besides, the only boy she’s ever fancied is her best friend’s “boy next door.”
Kat - an ethereal Irish songbird with a dark secret
She knows everyone thinks she has it all: blonde, skinny, with a voice people describe as that of an angel. She appreciates her many gifts, but all she ever wants to do is make people happy. Not easy with so many broken people around her.
This trio are torn apart by the guys in their lives:
Ray - smart, charming, but a chip on both shoulders after a crash broke him
He definitely had it all: looks, brains, and sporting prowess. Until a car accident took the legs from under him, leaving him in a wheelchair with a belly full of anger and bitterness at his curtailed swimming career. A new school means a fresh start, and he can’t believe his luck when three gorgeous girls take him under their wing.
Luke - an angry jock who narrowly escaped juvie court after a "joy-ride" went bad
He apparently chose torment for this lifetime. Why else would the universe take his mother’s life, threaten his brother’s health, and throw Luke into the clutches of a violent, merciless gang? With the self-destruct button firmly pressed, Kat’s support is way more than he could hope for, let alone deserve.
Terry - a nervous wimp who turns into a leading man on stage or in the ice rink
He wouldn’t harm a fly; in fact, flies had been known to bully him, along with every other kid he met. He watches Liv from afar, admiring her sassy humour and, above all, her courage. There’s no chance a girl like that would ever look twice at him, or is there? Maybe in a different world …
Jimmy - a motorbike-riding sixth-former leading a rough gang
Jimmy Proud, motorbike-riding, gang-leading hoodlum: that’s all anyone ever knows about him. Meeting Liv changes something fundamental within him, and when he loses the influence of his older brothers and his chavvy girlfriend, he desperately wants to reform. But old habits die hard.
And every story has a villain:
Dirty Diana - spoilt, bitchy, doesn't have a good word to say about anyone - except Luke
For whatever reason she particularly has it in for Liv, pulling every stunt in the book to undermine and belittle her. And when she sees Jude and Luke getting close - well, you can imagine, can't you?