Indelible by Bethany Lopez

She's about to turn his life upside down.


After a year of partying, Sam decides to buckle down and focus on college. Things are going great until a one-night stand leaves her pregnant and alone. Raising a child while going to school isn’t easy, but Sam is determined to be strong for her daughter. She doesn’t have time for guys or relationships, but the pull she feels toward Judd is more than she can ignore.

Judd doesn’t fit the mold of a college ballplayer. His motorcycle and tattoos may fit the life he’s created for himself, but baseball is the one thing he takes seriously. When he meets Sam, he’s immediately drawn to her curves and refusal to put up with his crap. When Judd learns the truth, can he handle the responsibility that comes with loving a single mother?

Sam yearns for the fire Judd fuels in her, but her child’s needs have to come first. Can two people at different stages in their life find a way to make a life together?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / New Adult

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: sports, baseball, college, single mom

Word Count: 41798

Sales info:

This book has had over 7000 ebook sales across all retailers and 50 audiobook sales. 

Sample text:

I’m twenty-two years old, wear a size twelve, and am a single mom – things that don’t make me the most popular girl on campus.

            I live in family housing. It’s cheap, has a washer and dryer, and makes it a little easier to juggle going to school full-time while raising a two-year old daughter.

            Her name is Karrie, and she’s the smartest, funniest and sweetest child I’ve ever met. I never imagined I’d be pregnant at nineteen, let alone raising a kid by myself. But I guess life doesn’t always go according to plan.

            At least, that’s been my experience so far.

            When I went away to school, I was your typical first-time-away-from-home, irresponsible and crazy party girl. I had a blast my first year. Didn’t go to many classes, and partied way too much. You’d think that was when I got knocked up.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Olivia Degrelle
Already translated. Translated by Sara Sudano
Already translated. Translated by Joao Araujo
Already translated. Translated by Marcela Rocío Cuevas

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