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Jillian Dodd® a USA Today and Amazon Top 10 best-selling author. She writes fun binge-able romance series with characters her readers fall in love with—from the boy next door in the That Boy series to the daughter of a famous actress in The Keatyn Chronicles® to a spy who might save the world in the Spy Girl® series. Her newest series include London Prep, a prep school series about a drama filled three-week exchange, and the Sex in the City-ish chick lit series, Kitty Valentine.
Jillian is married to her college sweetheart, adores writing big fat happily ever afters, wears a lot of pink, buys way too many shoes, loves to travel, and is distracted by anything covered in glitter.
London Prep #4 (Releases February 23rd)
Fake Love (Releases April 20th)
That Promise (Releases June 8th)
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When my parents told me that I’d be spending three weeks at a London prep school on a student exchange my junior year, I was furious. I love New York. My school. My friends. And I didn’t want to leave. But after some not-so-subtle insistence about experiencing a new culture, gaining worldly knowledge, and the fact that it was only three weeks, I knew I wasn’t getting out of it.
So, I decided that if I had to go, I might as well have some fun.
Which was how I met Harry at a pub. His blue eyes, adorable accent, and charm instantly won me over—right after his lips did.
And I started to think that London might not be so bad.
But then I met Noah.
He’s tall, dark, intense, and spends way too much time in the shower. I know this because I have to live with him. And did I mention that he hates me?
My first day at school is more eventful than I anticipated. A boy named Mohammad takes me under his wing, declares himself my guide to the “hostile and hormonal battlefield that is Kensington School,” and lays three facts on me:
He, Harry, and Noah are best mates.
I’m the new girl and bound to cause drama.
And I’ve already got his boys all twisted up.
I’m in way over my head, and it’s only my first day!
A Top 10 new release in the entire Kindle Store!
Overall top 20 in the entire Kindle Store
That Summer is the first book featuring the next generation of Mackenzie and Diamond families and is a great jumping off point for new readers to the series.
That summer you realize your best friend has gotten really hot.
Devaney Diamond’s summer break was shaping up to be the best one ever. Her longtime crush was finally interested in her, and by the time school rolled around in the fall, she knew he’d be her boyfriend.
Just when their relationship is getting started, she finds out that she’s leaving on a three-week vacation to the Ozarks for some “good old-fashioned fun” with three generations of the Diamond and Mackenzie families. She’s not thrilled about being gone for that long, but she is looking forward to spending time doing nothing but getting a killer tan, finally learning to slalom ski, and hanging out with her best friend.
She and Chase have always been close. He’s cute and sweet. Smart and responsible. He’s always there when she needs him. She loves him dearly, and if it wasn’t for their age, things might be different between them.
But when Chase returns home from football camp with new muscles and a new attitude, she realizes something.
Chase Mackenzie has gotten hot.
And he doesn’t look like her little brother’s best friend anymore.
Will this be the summer that Devaney and Chase fall in love, or will it be the summer that everything falls apart?
Either way, it will be the summer that changes everything.
Set in a small Midwestern town, you'll fall in love with the Mackenzie and Diamond families, feel their heartbreaks and happiness, and will be cheering for them like your favorite college football team.
#6 Book in the Amazon Store!
#1 in Teen and Young Adult Romance
What happens to childhood promises when you grow up?
Growing up, Devaney Diamond and Chase Mackenzie promised to go to college together. But it’s been two years since the summer that changed everything between them, and their friendship hasn’t recovered.
Now, Dani is faced with all the challenges of her freshman year of college—navigating rush week, making new friends, and living on her own—which is both exhilarating and intimidating. In high school, Dani was homecoming queen and head cheerleader. She should be able to handle the pressure, but college has been more overwhelming than she expected.
Chase, on the other hand, is living the dream. It’s his senior year of high school, his football team is hoping to go undefeated, and he’s being heavily recruited.
When Dani returns home for a weekend, she realizes why college feels so overwhelming—she doesn’t have Chase to share it with. In hopes of salvaging their friendship, she repeats an old tradition—sneaking over to his room with pizza after his game. But instead of fixing their friendship, they end up sleeping together.
Chase is thrilled that Dani is back in his life, but being friends with benefits when feelings are involved is more complicated than Chase imagined.
Will Chase and Dani work through their feelings for one another, or will their childhood promise be shattered when Chase announces what college he will commit to?
It’s my final day at Kensington School, and my exchange is coming to an end. My flight for New York leaves tomorrow, and I’m not ready to say goodbye to the boys I love.
But then three key things happened at school. Noah told me to forget about him, Harry broke up with me, and I finally kissed Noah Williams.
When I kissed him in the lunchroom in front of everyone, it was out of anger. I wanted to prove to Harry that I didn’t have feelings for Noah.
But I was wrong.
The kiss was incredible. But it was also a mistake. Harry watched it happen, Mohammad sat in shock, and Noah told me that he would never forgive me. I made a huge, public mess of things. But thankfully, it’s time for me to leave. I’m going to take Noah’s advice and cut all ties.
No more heartbreak.
I’m going to leave the three boys I love in London, hoping that they’ll be able to pick up the pieces of their friendship. And maybe in the process, they’ll find the pieces of my broken heart.
Because I know I’ll be going to New York without it.
It’s my first week as an official student at Kensington School, and things couldn’t be more chaotic. I’m living in a hotel, trying to recover from the news of my parents’ move to London, and working to make things right with Harry, Noah, and Mohammad.
Mohammad says I’m back in the boys’ club.
Harry tells me that he wants me back in his life.
And Noah, well, he’s always been complicated.
But after a too-generous gift from Harry and a heated moment with Noah on my birthday, things seem to change. Noah is flirting with me again and Harry shows me he’s serious about us being friends when he asks me to be his date to his parents’ party.
Everything feels like it’s back to normal—until the party.
Because Mohammad somehow ends up with two dates.
Harry asks me to pretend to be his girlfriend for the night.
And Noah tells me he likes me. A lot.
In the midst of meeting Harry’s parents and helping Mohammad navigate a potential disaster with Naomi, Noah says that I need to show him how I feel. But what he’s really asking for is for me to make a choice.
Him or Harry.
Keatyn was told if she went away, the stalker would forget about her, lose interest, and move on.
But he hasn't.
In fact, her being gone has only made things worse for her family and friends.
So, it's time to take matters into her own hands. It's time for her to start fighting back.
Hey, Vincent. You ready for a little chaos?
Because Keatyn has written a whole new script—just for you.
Keatyn’s crazy life comes together in one perfect script.
Will Keatyn get her life back?
And if she does, which life and boy will she choose?
Keatyn’s life is like a movie, and her crazy life seems to be coming together in one perfect script. The kind where she is reunited with her family. Where she gets her life back. And where she decides which of her loves is the boy of her dreams. Her moon boy.
Popular girl or surfer girl, Keatyn doesn’t really care anymore. She just wants to be happy.
The only problem is, Vincent has a completely different kind of script in mind. The kind where he plays the role of the boy of her dreams. The kind where they will be on their beach. Together forever.
And possibly dead.
Cut. The end. Roll credits.
Keatyn has always written scripts for her perfect life, but there’s no way she could have ever scripted this. Her life is so far from perfect that it’s not even funny—all because of a stalker.
Now, she’s at a boarding school, where she has to lie about who she is.
She can’t see her family or Brooklyn.
She’s tutoring a hottie god who tortures her with his smile.
And the most popular girl already hates her.
But there’s this boy. This sweet, adorable East Coast boy who likes Keatyn for who she is.
So she decides to stop scripting her life and just live it.
Because who knows how long she has left.
Keatyn’s not scripting her life anymore. She’s living it. She’s done with the god of all hotties, and she’s going to give her heart to the boy who deserves it. The one whose kisses are hotter than molten lava, who offered her the key to his heart, and who asked her to homecoming in a big, sexy way.
There are so many things to look forward to—parties at The Cave, homecoming festivities, drama tryouts, and shopping trips to NYC.
But things aren’t always as perfect as they seem. She finds out that her best friend has been keeping a secret from her. Not that she can blame him—she has secrets too.
But for now, she’s going to pretend she’s just a normal girl. She’s going to pretend the stalker’s not still out there and that he’s not getting more desperate. She’s going to pretend she’ll never see him again. But she will. And this time, she might not get away.
Keatyn’s mom says you can’t love someone until you learn to love yourself. So, even though Vincent is getting more and more scary and doing a nationwide search for her, Keatyn vows to try to love herself and worry a little less about boys.
But there are so many cute ones to choose from …
Dawson—the gorgeous boy who made a mistake but whose molten-lava kisses and steaminess she can’t freaking resist.
Aiden—the god of all hotties who is practically infused with love potion. Who she thought liked her but now says he wants to be her friend.
Brooklyn—the boy who first stole her heart and has always loved her … well, until the whole cabana incident with another girl.
And what about Cooper Steele? The new soccer-coaching, health-teaching, tattooed hottie who was sent to guard Keatyn’s body.
What’s a girl to do?
Keatyn’s finally become the kind of girl her little sisters can look up to—except for the lies. Lying to her friends is killing her. The longer she’s at Eastbrooke and the closer she gets to her friends, the more she feels like she’s being eaten from the inside out. She knows that if she goes back to school, she’ll end up as nothing but a shell.
So, she decides not to go back.
Keatyn’s going to St. Croix by herself. And for the first time in her life, she’s okay with that.
Except … she doesn’t actually end up on the island alone.
And she could write an epic movie script about it.