Expected Publication Date: July 26, 2015
Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Well here we are. Senior Year. A year that by definition means I’ll be one of about 300 other kids running my school. Greenville High. I know what you’re all thinking. “Oh no, here comes the book about the virgin wallflower who the popular guy meets and instantly falls for.”
I’m not an ugly duckling that the cool cats use to make themselves look like even bigger jerks, and I’m definitely not a wallflower, though that whole virginal thing, well that’s really none of your business. I’m just the girl more interested in taking pictures and playing on her acoustic
than getting caught up in the petty drama that four years of high school is guaranteed to create.
I know, I know. It’s always a guy isn’t it? Girl on the fast track to any college she chooses, always seems to get tripped up by the guy. But hear me out! This guy…he’s different. You see, Christian Cayne isn’t just some guy I almost ran down on my first day here and later fell in love with. I wish it were that simple. It would make what’s gotta happen now easier. Christian was a lot of things to a lot of people since he landed here with his dad at the end of the summer, but in a couple of weeks, he’s going to have to be one thing only to me.
Melyssa is a mother of four from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Previously spending her daylight hours freelance editing for friends and family, she happily traded in her gig for a rewarding career writing young adult novels. The best part being that in working from home, she gets to spend more time with her own set of real life angels, and maybe a demon or two as well.
When she’s not writing, you can find her buried under the covers with her portable DVD player, watching marathons of Supernatural and Veronica Mars. When those aren’t available, she can be found curled up in a corner with her e-reader and a plethora of books, falling in love with characters written so well she deems them her book boyfriends and girlfriends. If you want to find her, check Facebook or Twitter (@WinchesterBooks) as she may just have an addiction to both. If those don’t work you can always keep up with her progress on her personal site.