When Keri Richards comes home from college to mourn her father's death, Payton, her fun-loving, next door neighbor is there, as usual, ready to share his tree fort. It isn't until she is back in school again that she realizes that there may be more to their friendship. Who knows...it may even be love!
I just put the book out two days ago, and I've already sold 36. I do really well through KDP as well as regular book sales. Christmas is usually my high month. Currently, I am sitting at this ranking:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,854 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#12 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Short Stories
#158 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Romance > Contemporary
I wasn’t all that concerned about what I looked like this morning. It wasn’t as if I had anything pressing to do. My roommate, Alexis Marcs, was entertaining her boyfriend for the third night in a row, I had a show pre-recorded on the DVR all set up to watch, and my mom had sent me a box of cookies earlier in the week that I was just now getting in to. So, needless to say, makeup wasn’t on the agenda, and neither were jeans. It was a sweatpants and Minion tee all the way.
“You look like shit,” Alexis said as she finally came up for air. Todd, the boyfriend, took a deep breath, as I’m sure he needed one since he was underneath Alexis for nearly twenty minutes.
“Thanks,” I replied as I put a cookie in my mouth, the soft morsels of chocolate melting on my tongue. “Mmm, so good,” I breathed. “Want one?” I asked. I held up a cookie as I finished chewing the one that was already in my mouth.
“That’s gross,” Alexis said, giggling. She looked at Todd. “What about you? Do you want one?”
“Hell yeah, those look great. Hiya, Keri.”
“Hi,” I mumbled, reaching my hand toward Todd. He grabbed the cookie quickly and shoved it into his mouth.
Translation in progress. Translated by Joana Filipa Penelas Venâncio
Already translated. Translated by Maria J. Manzano