Genre(s): New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published: October 12th 2014
Annie and Casey are both heading to New York City for the next round of auditions for The Next American Superstar. They're officially a couple now and seem to be happy as clams, but what will happen as they continue getting to know each other better? How will their relationship fare under extreme amounts of stress as they both compete to win the title and grand prize of a five million dollar contract for their own show in Las Vegas? Only one can win. Will their love survive this final test?
The results show went better than Annie could have hoped for. She was the first contestant that was declared safe by Kyle Atkinson as he
read the results of the previous evening’s vote, beating out another female vocalist from Chicago. Pure Flow was declared safe not long after her, beating out the East LA Dance Crew, and although she wasn’t announced until almost last, Erin also pulled through to the next round, beating out a male vocalist from Seattle.
Choosing her next song was difficult, as Annie’s first instinct was to go with something she felt comfortable singing. But she knew this wasn’t the time to play it safe. It was time to take risks and push her limits, and she had a full week to rehearse, so there were no excuses for not being ready to give an incredible performance the next time she hit that stage. After listening to dozens of songs, she finally settled on one of her favorites by Florence and the Machine, Dog Days Are Over.
That week of rehearsals was intense, but Annie embraced it. She thrived under pressure, giving every performance one hundred and ten percent. And just when she thought she had nothing left to give, her vocal coach would ignite something inside her, and she would put her previous performances to shame.
By the time the next show rolled around, she was on fire, more than ready to take on all the other finalists and blow them away, leaving them coughing in the dust behind her. It only figured that in the midst of her basking in the applause that thundered around her as she finished her
song, she would see the one person who could ruin the entire evening for her. Kayla Miles.
What the fuck is she doing here?
Published: April 6th 2013
Annie Chang is in her mid 20s and has lived in Los Angeles all her life. After a series of failed relationships, she's beginning to feel like she will never meet Mr. Right. But seeing one of her longtime BFFs find love on the internet, she decides to give online dating a try.
After finally finding an amazing guy who sweeps her off her feet, will he prove to be everything she could have wished for and more or is he too good to be true?
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Published: February 12th 2014
In “Love in All the Wrong Places”, Annie tried her hand at online dating, but it brought her nothing but a broken heart. This girl can't seem to catch a break in the dating world! While wondering what went wrong once again, she met an attractive, funny and sincere hip hop dancer in the parking lot at work. But just as Casey expressed interest in taking her out, he had to leave town to tour the country with an up and coming pop star. Annie was willing to wait for him to return, but then she received an apologetic text from Nate, the last guy she met on Craigslist.
Join Annie on her adventures in “All the Right Things” as she makes some of the biggest decisions of her life. While she thoroughly enjoyed the time she spent with Nate and is still attracted to him, he screwed her and then ditched her at the bar without a word. Will Annie accept Nate’s explanation and his heartfelt apology and give him a second chance or will she kick him to the curb? Or will Casey’s charm and determination to show her how a real man should treat a lady win her over? Or will both of these guys be left in the dust when someone from her past reappears?
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Born and raised in Hawaii, Audrey Harte grew up an only child for the first eight years of her life, which forced her to use her imagination to keep herself entertained. In 1991, she moved to Nebraska where she attended junior high and high school and participated in several plays and musical productions at the local community college and West Nebraska Arts Center. In 1998, Audrey relocated to Los Angeles, California where she has lived ever since. She has been writing poetry and song lyrics since she was young, but only more recently has she joined the indie author community.
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