Honor Jacobs has a dream, and she won’t stop until she achieves it.
Dancing is her life, which means she has no time for men. Especially not tattoo artists with hard eyes, and a mouth that has her thinking things she shouldn’t be. Staying as far away from Grey Anderson as possible is the solution to all her problems. Except that’s easier said than done. And no matter how much space she puts between them, it’s never enough. He might think she’s too young, and she might think he’s not the one for her, but their hearts think differently. It’ll all come down to will and determination…she just needs to decide which path she’s destined to take.
Janelle Stalder was born and raised in Brampton, Ontario. At an early age she developed a love for literature. Her debut novel, Eden, was the first book in a series of four, released in September of 2011. Since then she has released an Adult Dystopian Romance series, the New World Series, hitting the best sellers list on Amazon. She has also released a Mature YA/NA novel, Brush Strokes, that stayed on the best sellers list for contemporary romance for sixteen straight weeks. She is a strong supporter of other independent authors, and loves to interact with her readers. When she’s not writing, Janelle is at home with her husband, three children, Aiden, Elora and Violet, and her two furry children, Alice and Lily. She now resides in a small town in Ontario in her old, possibly haunted, century home.
Grey is the bad boy tattooist that makes girls panties melt.
Honor is the straight laced ballerina.
He judged her the moment she sat down.
She judged him before that.
Neither one is appreciative of the ridiculous attraction going on. No both are clearly against it. But it's still there and after the kiss that set the world on fire, well, it seems to be lingering.
But since they are from two very different worlds, it doesn't matter, right? Well, it wouldn't have if they were on a different orbit.
Chemistry and insane attraction...
Friends before lovers...or friends because they want to be lovers...
I have to say I was super eager reading this book. I was really into the story and characters but around 60% it changed. The story was going in an obvious direction , but it seemed forced. Ok, I can follow that but then everything just kind of fell together, wrapped up too quickly, and the end. I felt a bit like I missed something.