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About Danielle Keil
Danielle Keil grew up in the Chicagoland area. A recent transplant, she is enjoying the Mississippi life, especially the pool in her backyard.
Danielle has been happily married for over 10 years, and has two young children, a daughter and a son, who are exact replicas of her and her husband.
She also is a fur mom to their Corgi, Cozmo, who loves barking, mud, and peanut butter.
Danielle's love language is gifts, her Ennegram is a 9w1, and she loves everything purple.
The way to her heart is through coffee, chocolate and tacos (extra guac).
Learn more at www.authordaniellekeil.com
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Everyone knows what it means to have a teal envelope taped to their locker on the first day of the month.
Everyone except new girl McKinnon Gregory.
The envelope is the start of a monthly tradition called the Secret Admirers, and something McKinnon never thought she'd see.
To her surprise-- and everyone else's-- the teal envelope is taped to her locker on March first.
McKinnon only has one month to figure out the clues. But she barely knows anyone, which makes it infinitely harder to determine her secret admirer's identity.
Will she figure it out before the month's over?
And if she does, will the guy she's fallen for through letters be just as amazing in person?
Jade Rose knows. She just doesn’t care.
The Secret Admirers game goes against every feminist notion she stands for. It’s old fashioned, misogynistic, and too mainstream for her.
That is, until she gets a teal envelope. And finds out that she and her secret admirer have a few things in common already.
Her acceptance may have been accidental, but when the clues start coming in the form of movies to watch, she gets sucked in quick.
Will Jade and her friends be able to narrow down their list of suspects and figure out who is behind the camera?
Everyone at Ryder High knows what it means to have a teal envelope taped to their locker on the first day of the month.
But for Kerri Thomas, it’s not quite the moment she was waiting for.
Busy with school, friends, and volleyball, she doesn’t know if she has time to play along and figure out who her Secret Admirer is.
The clues send her on a wild scavenger hunt, proving that her admirer knows her better than she expected.
But none of the clues give her hints about the guy.
Kerri has a team of suspects, including her friends on the baseball team, but narrowing it down is near impossible without more information.
Who could be Kerri’s secret admirer, and why isn’t he revealing anything about himself?
Will Kerri be able to put the pieces of the puzzle together to figure it out?
Out of the Darkness is a stand-alone novel within the Parkdale Series
He's the All-American boy. She's the quiet, bookworm girl. But things aren't always what they seem. Will their love survive when the summer ends?
The first time I met Brandon he accidently startled me, and the book I was reading flew into the pond.
A few days later, he showed up to my new job with a new copy. Turned out, he was my supervisor.
He wasn’t just any hot lifeguard. He became my rock and promised to always protect me.
We spent the entire summer together.
Brandon helped slay the demons of my past while I tried to help him with his.
He stole my heart, and I thought he would keep it safe.
Then the summer ended.
And everything fell apart.
If you like heart-warming, emotional, relatable love stories, then you'll love this moving novel from Danielle Keil.
Into the Light is a standalone novel within the Parkdale Series.
When Jackson gets to college, he finds the girl of his dreams right away. The only problem? She’s his roommate’s girlfriend.
The second I walked onto campus, I knew things were going to be different. New school, new me.
What I didn’t expect was to be completely and utterly enchanted by a girl.
My roommate’s girlfriend, to be exact.
Everyone knew their relationship was toxic, except for the two of them.
Emmy was the smartest and most beautiful girl I had ever met. But I couldn’t have her.
Every time he screwed up, I was the shoulder for her to lean on. When her life got rough, I was her safe place.
Time and time again, I held back my feelings for Emmy.
Eventually she would have to figure out her own life.
I just didn't know if I would be there when she did.
If you like angsty, emotionally charged, heart breaking romances, you’ll love the new friends to lovers novel from Danielle Keil!
Cast from the Shadows is a standalone novel within the Parkdale Series.
Free from his father’s shadow, Landon has decided to hit the open road. What happens when a pretty girl hops in the car and invites herself along?
My mother and I had a plan: after graduation we would travel the world, visiting every bookstore we could find.
But she died before we could go anywhere. And she left me in my small town, unable to get out, stuck with a toxic ex-boyfriend and no future.
When he passed through on his cross-country road trip, it wasn’t just him that I saw—it was a way out.
I convinced him to take me to his next stop. But along the way, plans changed.
Small towns became our focus, bookstores became our destination.
And somewhere on the road, we found what we were missing—each other.
But road trips can’t last forever. Reality came crashing down, hard.
What started as our path to destiny became the road to disaster.
If you like emotional, heart wrenching, small town love stories, you’ll love this road trip romance novel from Danielle Keil!
Being a princess sucked sometimes.
When the fighting between my dad, the King, and I became unbearable, I did what any seventeen-year-old would do—I ran away.
I wanted a bit of space. What I got was so much more.
Having to live undercover at a boarding school for a chance at a normal life was well worth it.
Until I crossed paths with the extremely talented and exceptionally hot Oliver Hastings.
Thanks to his hatred of me, tensions ran high. But as much as we fought, something kept pulling us together.
So when he asked for a favor that could change his life, I reluctantly agreed, even though it put me in a perilous position.
Was he worth the risk of getting caught and being forced to return home?
Or so Claire wants to call it.
Catch up with the Parkdale crew as they come together to celebrate the holidays in a way only they can—with utter chaos.
Learn what some of your favorites have been up to since the last time we saw them, plus a few new faces join the dinner table
**This novella should only be read after finishing all 3 novels of the ParkdaleSeries**
Fourteen years ago, the Queen arranged a marriage between her son, Prince James, and Lady Zara. They defied the odds, fell in love,
and lived happily ever after.
Now, they’re raising the next generation of royals, including the direct heir, Princess Margaret. To say it’s not all smooth sailing would be an understatement. When problems arise, Prince James lands the job of acting King sooner than expected. At only eleven, Princess Margaret is forced to grow up quickly, become the kingdom’s perfect princess, and help care for her three younger siblings.
Will Prince James’ promotion leave the family in shambles?
Will Princess Margaret become what her father needs her to be?
Royal Roots is an epilogue novella for Emily Silver's The Ainsworth Royals series.
It is a standalone/starter novella for Danielle Keil's The Ainsworth Royals: The Next Generation series.
When Robin creates the perfect plan for revenge, will it work against her high school bully?
The once methodical world around sixteen-year-old Robin Engelbretson has taken a tumultuous turn.
She’s known as the science nerd, and doesn’t mind the label one bit. Spending her time studying and doing homework, Robin’s never been one for a big social life, unlike her sister Hazel.
Tired of having her own twin sister be her biggest bully, Robin devises a plan to bring her down and give her a taste of what it’s like at the bottom of the high school hierarchy.
Step one- making Hazel jealous by getting her ex-boyfriend to agree to be her fake-boyfriend. But Hazel is a master of manipulation, and steps two through five may be harder than Robin anticipated.
Robin will do anything to make sure her plan succeeds, but at what cost?
Will Robin lose sight of everything important to her, or can she catch herself before she falls too deep into the world of revenge?
Will living a life full of secrets and lies force Jennie to pull away from those she loves?
The colorful world around seventeen-year-old Jennie Song has descended into a dark, chaotic mess.
All Jennie wants to do is work on her art and be left alone. Instead, she has to deal with high school drama and perceptions.
That means fake-dating the popular boy, so the other guys at school stop hitting on her.
And keeping secrets for her older brother, who might be more involved in a dangerous and illegal world than she realizes.
Jennie’s becoming someone she doesn’t recognize, and losing everything she’s worked hard to create.
As all the carefully constructed layers of her life begin to unfold, Jennie falters. When her world is shattered and her confidence fails, she has no one to turn to except herself.
When Jennie hits rock bottom, will she choose to save herself or her family?
Trigger Warning: This book deals with sensitive topics that may be difficult for some readers.
Far from the Surface is Book 2 in The Pact Series
When the pressure threatens to drag Lizzie into the darkness, will she be able to find her way out?
The world around sixteen-year-old Lizzie Wright is crumbling.
She begins her junior year with an enormous amount of weight on her shoulders. Not only will she have to try to defend her two state swimming titles, but her coach wants her to add even more events onto her roster.
That’s on top of the already anxiety-inducing amount of schoolwork.
And the issues she deals with at home, leaving her battered and bruised.
As the panic builds, Lizzie starts to sink. Soon, she’s so far under, she can’t see the surface anymore. And for the first time, she doesn’t think she wants to.
Will the weight continue to pull Lizzie under, or can she find her way back to the top?
Trigger Warning: This book deals with sensitive topics that may be difficult for some readers.