May chance pa ba ang pag-ibig na hindi natuloy sa mga nagdaang limang taon? Mabibigyan ba ito nang isa pang pagkakataon? Tunghayan po natin ang pag-ibig ng dalawang puso na umaasang may chance pa ba ang kanilang pag-iibigan.
"Welcome to Mountain Valley Equestrian Boarding School. We are so happy to have you here, Phoenix. I'm your tour guide, Primrose Fay. I will show you around-" Primrose says before I interrupted her. "I honestly don't want a tour guide. I'm pretty sure I can find my way around. I just need to know where I can put Felix." I say. Phoenix Night has never had his life easy. He turned his life around from fighting, drugs, and sex when he got accepted into an all-star equestrian school. Phoenix only wanted one girl and to get her off his mind, he turned into The Equestrian Bad Boy. Primrose Fay always had her life easy until her parents disowned her for deciding to s[end her life working with horses at an all-star equestrian school. What happens when the new guy in school, is the type of guy everyone told her to avoid?
My blood ran cold, my breathing was hard. I looked around in a panic, the smell of iron from blood filled my nose, making me sick. I looked at my brother, I reached out for his hand, "Jake..." I slurred out. |||| Please do not steal, the property of _Kinda_Done_ on Wattpad, Inkitt, and Kute Kitten on FicFun. Cover made by laz3jay on Wattpad
Sabrina is the bad girl, she has her crew nobody messes with her. Nico is a young thug in a gang with his brother. What happens when Nico and the rest of the gang is forced to move in with Sabrina and her older brother?
I started writing when I was in elementary and was only 10 years old and this book is how i fell in love this book is vary teen fiction and is a vary detailed book so I hop you like it
Bartleby Honeycomb is forced to take part in The Bad Gentlemen's Club after a fight, or else she'll be expulsed from Crossburrow Academy.
Lucy Vampoosy is a little vampire dog with big dreams of how her life should be, until one day, another little dog comes into her life and changes everything.
Should Lucy run away to the circus? Should she head to Hollywood to try and make it big, or should she stay home, eating spiders, bugs and frogs?
When a teenage witch goes to a new school, she finds herself in an unfamiliar place with no friends. But will she manage to befriend some of the girls in class, when she’s anxious about revealing herself to others, when she’s still coughing up water from the last time she trusted people and when her new friends want to try her magick on a tennis match?
In the second book in the series, we find Mathias and Fayette in a shaky union. When a new threat emerges it tests their resolve to its capacity. Who can they trust and will the Empire be the same after? What does a young street girl called Ida hold for their futures?
Life hasn’t been easy for Isabella. She spent most of her childhood in the foster care system, and now at twenty-two she has landed herself in prison on drug charges. Her troubled past is what makes her a perfect candidate for the government’s latest scientific endeavor, Operation Gene Re-sequencing. No one will miss her. No one will question her absence. But, when it’s discovered Isabella is immune to their DNA-changing drugs, she is selected to be used as prey for those who aren’t.
Chase and Brayden couldn’t be more opposite; Chase is calm, reserved, and completely insistent that he will control the changes the virus is causing in his body. Brayden, on the other hand, has always been wild and uninhibited. He welcomes the new animalistic nature coming over him. The one thing they have in common? They both have a taste for the cute little Asian inmate who is now sharing their cell.
When a young inventor tries to crack the issue of mainstream Augmented Reality, he hits a few obstacles on the way. But will he manage to complete his dream, when his new girlfriend is taking up all of his thoughts, when the funding he needs is unreachable and when the breakthrough he needs is always just out of reach?
A short origin story about the God Complex Universe.
*to be read first before Shadow Walkers and Faded*
It’s Halloween week in Belmont, Australia, and Sam Almaw and his best friend Elliot Gunfield have been going to the local movie theatre’s fright night weekends, watching five horror movies in a row every Saturday and Sunday in preparation for the big night.
One Sunday, Sam and Elliot hear a howling coming from the river near Elliot’s house, and that’s when things change, especially when Elliot suddenly becomes sick and winds up in the hospital.
Their high school’s annual Halloween costume party, on the fateful night itself, brings a frightening occurrence. A beast-like creature, the height of man and the width of a car, batters down the gym doors and terrorises the students and teachers through one hellish nightmare before taking to the streets. And then Sam and his dad disappear, and Elliot ends up back in the hospital along with everyone else.
But what is the creature and where did it come from? Was it conjured like Beetlejuice and the Candyman, or is it an ancient Egyptian myth that’s far more sinister?
Scrooge Is Looking For A Taxi
Dickens meets I, Robot in this sci-fi retelling of a classic story.
In this modern retelling of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Scrooge is looking for a taxi to get home on Christmas Eve. But he will get the ride of his life, as he is walked through his past, his present and his future to end up a changed man.
Set in modern day Athens, this science-fiction version of the classic ghost story is guaranteed to bring shivers down your spine and a smile to your face.
“It isn't too late for all us Scrooges, and this story did make me see more than the classic.”
“An entertaining, uplifting novella perfect to read during Christmastime.”
“This is a rollicking, hiccup producing, laugh out loud morality play that would make Dickens sit up and take notice. A lot of fun!”
Read more of the Cyberpunk Fairy Tales, a unique twist on the classic stories you grew up with. Sometimes dark and disturbing like the Grimm stories, other times new and relevant to the modern age.
The Sandman is seventeen-year-old Nora’s closest friend and best-kept secret. He has to be, if she doesn’t want a one-way ticket back to the psychiatrist. It took her too long to learn not to mention the hooded figure in her dreams to her mother, who still watches Nora as if she’ll crack. So when Nora’s friends start mysteriously dying gruesome deaths in their sleep, she isn’t altogether surprised when the police direct their suspicion at her. The Sandman is the only one she can turn to for answers. But the truth might be more than she bargained for…
For the last five years, the Sandman has spent every night protecting Nora. When he hid the secret to the Nightmare Lord’s escape inside her dreams, he never expected to fall in love with her. Neither did he think his nemesis would find her so quickly, but there’s no mistaking his cruel handiwork. The Nightmare Lord is tired of playing by the rules and will do anything to release his deadly nightmares into the world, even if that means tormenting Nora until she breaks.
When the Nightmare Lord kidnaps Nora’s sister, Nora must enter enemy territory to save her. The Sandman is determined to help, but if Nora isn’t careful, she could lose even more than her family to the darkness.
All Clancy Yearforth wanted to do was start a simple blog to talk about stuff she liked and the things she did at school. She didn’t expect it to take off like a frog in a sock, especially after telling everyone she was going to the Teen Blogger Conference.
Suddenly she’s gaining likes, followers and subscribers, and while she thinks it’s awesome, the horrible comments and rude behaviour from people she doesn’t know and some of the kids at school are not.
After attending the conference where she’s stalked and harassed, then her schoolmates dictating how and when she should blog, Clancy needs to decide whether blogging is even worth her time and energy anymore.
Clancy’s come face to face with the same dilemma so many experience online every day. Whether to stick by your own principles and be yourself in everything you do, or to conform to the pressures of what everyone else wants. To stand by your own beliefs and the things you say, or be dictated to by those who don’t like what you think or say and treat you badly for it.
That’s why for Clancy it all comes down to one simple thing… To Follow or Not To Follow?
When a girl from the city shows up, a young falconer starts to get interested in her. But will he manage to win her heart, when he has to survive every day by hunting delivery drones around the city, when things go bad one after another and when she turns out to be too much of a free spirit?
A story with GameLit elements.
Jonah Ivory has a family tree crawling with vampires. Guided by the sexy paranormal genealogist Stanza Miracolo, he must dig up his family's twisted roots to crack an ancient conspiracy and beat the forces of darkness to a lost paradise. As Stanza traces Jonah's undead family tree, she brings him and his cousin Mavis face to face with one vampire ancestor after another. In a wild hunt around the world, they search for the shocking answers to an ancient mystery, all while fighting for their lives against bloodsucking enemies who attack from the shadows. Even with a vampiric Shakespeare and King Arthur on their side, can Stanza and Jonah win an eternal war between ancestors and descendants for possession of a heaven stolen by sin? Don't miss this thrilling and romantic vampire epic now available from Pie Press. Award-winning fantasy writer Robert Jeschonek will take you on a tour of the secret vampire empire that thrives all around us...and rises up to take our world by storm in a blood-drenched crimson tide.
When a teenage hacker goes on a school trip, she loses her luggage and is left alone at the airport. Will she manage to enjoy her visit to Rome, when her luggage is nowhere to be found, when the help desk is not helpful at all and when she meets an Italian with a luggage that follows you around?
A Loveless Ada short story.
Penelope Black has lost her parents and is being unceremoniously dumped into the cold, grey and forbidding old Kingsmere Orphanage.
As if losing her parents wasn’t bad enough, she now has school lessons for eight hours a day, lives with five other girls in the one room, shares a bathroom with twenty-five more, and the one thing that worries her most is living with boys across the hallway. But those things are the least of Penny’s problems.
For the school, run by the mysterious Dr Livè and his henchman Grosvenor, has had ten children mysteriously disappear and then reappear, except for two who never came back, all by the time she even arrives. And they all look like they’ve been drugged out of their minds, ending up sicker than when they first vanished into the nurse’s room.
There are secrets and lies and mysterious times at Kingsmere Orphanage and Penny’s new friends Alex, Alistair, Alfred and Adrian are determined to find out what’s going on. Even if it means they’re next on the hit list of Dr Livè’s suspected illegal drug trials. Except what they find out is happening is far more deadly than they could have ever imagined.
For over a century, the town of Green Beach has frightened its children with the tragic legend of Joshua Thorne. He’s the reason it not only locks its doors at night but nails its windows shut. Steeped in romance and revenge, his is the kind of story Angela Ironwright lives for.
When the specter of Joshua appears to her, insisting she’s the only one who can help him piece together the fragments of his own murder, she follows him without a second thought into a place he calls the Pocket, a beautiful hidden world of jumbled memory and imagination. But the Pocket holds more than magic and mystery. Before long, its other reclusive inhabitants begin to call out to Angela, warning her not to trust Joshua and begging for her help to escape his dark power.
Angela’s sure there must be some misunderstanding, and she’s determined to set it straight. Otherwise, finding justice will mean betraying the only boy who’s ever liked her.
Smart and genre-savvy, Out of the Pocket is a dark, honest, subversive take on the modern paranormal love story.