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About Ariana Rose
A mother of two, she hails from the Midwest. Born and raised in the Minneapolis area, she's always been a storyteller and known to have a flair for the dramatic. Her daughter is just across the border attending college and is a go to for all things web design. Her son is a busy middle schooler who loves all things penguins, science, gaming, cars and the weather. He's been known to hang in many Storm Chaser marathons with Mom. Ariana's fur baby (a beagle/lab) can be found curled next to her while she writes unless chasing squirrels and finding puppy friends becomes a more pressing issue.
When Ariana is not writing, she can be found at the rink in a figure skating lesson, binge watching her favorite shows, watching an 80s movie she's seen hundreds of times, exploring history or traveling to any of her current or new favorite places.
She first published in August of 2018. Her Stone Trilogy was the leaping point. Her next novel, Twisted, in K. Bromberg's Driven World will follow with its sequel Entwined in the summer of 2021. You can find her first sports romance, Bitter Edge, in the Cocky Hero World.
You can find her exclusively in Kindle Unlimited. You can also sign up for her newsletter, watch her website or find her on all her social media to catch all the latest and greatest on upcoming projects.
Always remember that passion is never a bad thing, it's where dreams and reality collide.
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Spencer Broten was a pain in my backside from the moment we met.
I was conned into going on a road trip with him. Within hours, I was realizing he wasn't just my trainer. He was much more.
This unnamed, unplanned winding road turned into us getting to know each other as we truly were.
Two broken bodies, two broken souls finding out we were more the same than different.
The line between hate and love is a bitter edge.
Outside or Inside.
Where will we land?
If I could have written my story, it wouldn’t have started like this.
I have dreams that are waiting to burst out of me, but my present is suffocating my future. I want more for myself regardless of what some might think.
I vow to find my center in a new city where I will be able to make any and every choice without guilt or fear. That is until I find myself terrified of something new, Julian Stone.
My heart is still healing but I find myself completely drawn to a man who is dark, sexy, passionate, and terrified to live. I know how that feels. He appears to be living his dream, but can’t lay his past to rest. It bleeds into his every waking moment.
I want to leap headfirst into him, believing he will catch me. If he does, I know together we can tear down everything holding us back and build something stronger.
Together, we will be whole.
Entwining hearts, lives, and souls might be harder than we ever imagined.
I know recovery won’t come swiftly. It never seems to whether it’s physically, mentally or more difficult still, the pain of deception from those you consider family.
Dylan has cemented herself as my compass, lifeline, and guide. We’re managing more obstacles at once than any couple should have to. Professionally, personally, and the hardest one for me, internally. There are hills that may be too tough to climb.
I didn’t need to deal with the lies that seemed to follow me everywhere, ones that could tear apart the relationships that mean the most to me. No promises and no lies should be two easy rules to follow.
For Wes, they’re also the easiest to break.
Elijah was my wing until he wasn’t. I was happy to finally let him fly with someone I felt worthy of that honor. I never thought his little sister would slide in and take his place beside me. The need for speed could have dire consequences when I’m involved.
Hidden truths are a natural part of my profession. However, when they twisted and slammed into the people I called family, I feared it could create a tailspin we might never recover from.
I’m used to being a revolving door of wrongs. I loved the thrill of the hunt, all the possibilities of zero attachment. The moment I saw her, really saw her, was the moment I knew. I loved her. I love Hayley Sawyer.
Some family you are given. Some family you choose. Will this be the end of our family as we’ve known it?
Life is full of defining moments.
A dance in the middle of a crowded Hamptons nightclub.
Dylan Cooper coiled her way into my hands and into my life at a point I wasn’t expecting it. She was a breath of fresh air who has spun her way into my mind and body. When I let her, she twisted around and through my soul as well.
I’ve had most things about my life planned out and in order. Over two years ago, everything leapt out of focus. I’ve spent every day since then ignoring or avoiding anything that resembled emotion. Once Dylan was in front of me, I wanted and felt things I’d never dreamed of, including her.
She was the game changer.
Now, I’m finally healing. She’s taking the broken pieces of me and putting them back together in the best free-form fashion. She pushes my thoughts. She dances into my every dream and fantasy. We work hard and play even harder.
I don’t know if she believes in forever. I’m not sure I do anymore either. But it’s looking like, with each passing minute, we could twist and turn together into our future.
She’s changed my life in indescribable ways.
I’ve been cemented in my past and afraid of my future. It nearly drove her away. She believed enough for both of us. Now, it’s my turn.
This is not just her future or mine we’re fighting for. It’s ours. I want us to build a life that no man or woman can destroy. She tells me I’ll never leave you again. I’m going to hold her to it.
My heart is still healing, but her kind and forgiving soul, her beautiful spirit, and her passion called me from the first moment. The fear is leaving. It’s being replaced with faith.
Even when the light is dim, or nearly out, she is my light. It’s a kind of light that nothing or no one can extinguish. This is our life. This is our love. This is our time.
Together, now and forever.
I leapt headfirst into him, believing he would catch me. He did. He’s taught me I am good enough, smart enough, and beautiful enough. He’s changed me forever. I’m no longer simply a me. I’m part of a we.
Sometimes, when I feel danger hides in every shadow, threatening to take even more from us, I look to Julian. We have built something stronger. I will protect him with my life, and he will protect me with his. We will have our family.
My heart is healed. That fear is gone. It has been replaced with faith. I have been called many things in my life. Actor. Director. Producer. Friend. Brother. Son. But of all these, husband is the one I’m most proud of.
Alexandra has filled me with a love I thought I’d never have again. The ferocity with which I will protect it is the only thing I truly fear. I won’t let anything take that or her away.
Life is a series of threads pulled tight. Are the good ones enough to allow us to write our future or will the bad ones rock our foundation?
I have a feeling her skin would taste better than the rare cask Macallan in my hand.
Deep, rich, sweet, warm... like sin.
She's much too young for me... a co-ed, to be sure.
But the devil is in the details of her eyes.
I want to swim in them as much as her divide.
She could give me the pleasure I desire...
Or she could destroy me.
A glance in my direction seals her fate. A twist of her hip... A lick of her lips...
I want to feel it, kiss it, bask in it.
But, her gaze cracks me open, exposing my every secret, my every sordid thought, and private moment.
And yet, that only makes me want her more.
She's as captivating as the classic works of art I profess to my students.
I shouldn't crave her. This is dangerous.
But, if I'm already going to hell, I’m going to relish every moment on the way down.