California “Callie” McCoy feels most alive when her feet are planted firmly on her surfboard on a big swell. And one day, she dreams of riding that wave out of her small town. Away from everyone.Her plan is simple: graduate high school. With Callie’s best friend gone away to college, she plans on spending her senior year skating by. She isn’t looking for friends, and especially not for love – all she needs are her waves and her twin brother. Even if he comes with an annoying best friend, Jamie Daniels, who she can’t stand.Jamie is a care-free, easy-going surfer who has everything. On the surface, his life appears perfect, but reality is far from it. He has his share of secrets, including one that burns deeper than any other. It’s a good thing Callie hates him because if she didn’t, Jamie knows there’s no way he’d be able to stay away.And then, one night, everything changes. And nothing will ever be the same. WARNING! Book one of the two part Invincible series is a full length book with heavy themes, lots of emotion, and a story that will make you look deep. Be prepared to laugh, to be weighed down with anger, to fall in love. And as always – make sure to have plenty of tissues. Don’t read this book if all you’re looking for is a fantasy. Only turn the page if you are ready to see the real world and deal with what it means to be both broken and strong.
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Michelle Lynn fell in love with reading when she was a kid. Every kind of book gripped her imagination. As she got a little older, she got into series like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. Currently, her favorite is the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. Michelle is an escapist. She believes that a book can take you anywhere and get you away from what’s going on in your own life. You can disappear inside the pages and become a different person. Growing up, this became more and more important for her as her life changed dramatically due to an illness. It started when she was young and got worse over the years. Reading is what helped her get through it. She’s still getting through it but it isn’t as hard, mentally, as it once was. Like reading, writing provided her a needed escape. Her dream is for her books to be able to do that for someone else. Life is hard but this just makes it a little bit easier.Reading and writing aren’t Michelle’s only vices as she deals with the illness that has now become disabling. She’s also an avid hockey fan. She lives in Florida but never misses a Columbus Blue Jackets game on TV. Michelle also spends a lot of time with her family – parents, two sisters, 2 brother in-laws, and niece. She’s also constantly surrounded by animals – 2 cats and a bird- that provide much needed comfort and inspiration. She has a college degree in business, economics, and accounting but has to decide how to tie that to writing because that’s where her passion lies now.