Peck Ward, the sweet, small-town mechanic, isn’t sure it’s
for everyone. Least of all him. His life is chaotic enough without adding the
pressure of a relationship. Besides, unrequited love is a real thing and he’s
kind of over it.
This works out perfectly until a certain someone throws a
wrench—pun intended—into his plans. As they go from adversaries to friends to
possibly something more, things get complicated. After all, they know how this
story ends. It’s not with them together.
His easy grin is enough to win her over. Her unabashed
personality does him in. But are they ready to accept the fact that sometimes
you don’t find love where you’re looking for it? Sometimes you find it in the
most unexpected, craziest places.
Fighting For Our Forever… Baby style by Heidi McLaughlin
Pure Rose by Kathy Coopmans
Waking Up to Forever by Amy Briggs
Crush by Adriana Locke
Love, Rose by Shari J. Ryan
Reunion by Julie A. Richman
Coming Home by HJ Bellus
Roses for Rachel by Sam JD Hunt
Finley and Sebastián, Wages of Sin
series by Tara Leigh
Whiskey & Roses by Kaylee Ryan
Where I Escape by Michelle Dare
Capturing Tomorrow by Haylee Thorne
Coming Up Roses by Michelle Windsor
LINE 39 by Verlene Landon
Mine to Protect by Kristin Mayer
The Way We Fell by MJ Fields
Ring Me by Rebecca Brooke
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Who is Jordyn Preston?
She’s a nineteen-year-old Las Vegas native where she lives with her family and two golden retrievers. She loves to volunteer at her favorite dog training facility, creating art from copper and painting.
When she’s not living the life of a teenager, she’s fighting stage four liver cancer for a second time.
In June 2015, she was diagnosed and received a full liver transplant on September 3rd. Two years later, it was back. When she should’ve been enjoying her senior year in high school, looking at colleges and taking those pesky SATs, she was preparing to fight the ultimate battle – cancer.
Through cancer, Jordyn found a new love, speaking in public. She shares her story and scars, as you can see below, in hopes of inspiring others.
Why this is important to us?
Jordyn’s mother, Beverly Preston, is our peer, a fellow author, who has given each of us unyielding support, and we couldn’t not help her in their time of need. Our community is strong, powerful and has the loudest voice, and we’re using it for something good.