The Arts Series
Compose was on the Amazon Bestsellers list for overall downloads, Contemporary Romance, and Multicultural Romance.
Frenemies to lovers with off the wall chemistry - J.N. Welsh
Love Lily's honest and humor-filled writing - Love Books Group blog
Sierra Andrews has one hard and fast rule: Never fall in love. Because history has taught her that no attachments equal zero heartache. If she only could suppress this pesky suspicion that perhaps there is someone she could trust. Thankfully she’s a realist, which means a relationship with Matt Howard would only end in disaster. Why?
He’s a rat-bastard.
He’s her roommate.
He's her best friend.
Or he was her best friend until he decided to bump uglies with his advisor. Now Sierra and Matt can't seem to get along, and their friends can't handle the tension between them.
When Matt starts looking into his past, he’s forced to make some hard choices—with or without Sierra. Follow the clues where they lead him or leave well enough alone. And when forced to confront the growing tension between them, will Sierra break her cardinal rule for him, no matter the results? Because taking a chance on love might be the best decision of their lives.
As a Korean adoptee, Louise Tanner has always felt like an outsider looking in. And the possibility of forming a romantic attachment is so laughable, she practically resigns herself to being single for the rest of her college days. She knows she needs to get over her fears, but she has to do it in a controlled fashion and under her own terms.
This means Gavin is most definitely not an option. Not the hunky graduate student that everyone idolizes.
She’s spent her entire life having people think she’s not good enough—the last thing she wants is to hook up with a guy who makes her feel even more inadequate.
But when she’s required to attend his tutoring sessions in order to pass her music major, Louise realizes there’s more to Gavin—and to her—than she’s ever dreamed.