Perfectly Oblivious (Perfect Series Book 1)

Perfectly Oblivious Final Cover (1)Cameron Bates (Cam) could have almost any girl at Franklin High School…except for the one he wants. Unfortunately, Bebe seems to be immune to his flirty charm and good looks, which means one of two things: a) she’s completely oblivious to how he feels or b) she’s just not into him. If that’s the case, declaring his love  would be disastrous for their friendship. Bianca Barnes (Bebe) has a huge problem: the universe hates her. Every time she admits feelings for a boy, he ends up falling for her sweet, popular, and beautiful sister Beth. To avoid a broken heart, Bebe has sworn herself to secrecy. Nobody can ever know how she feels about Cam…Ever! Neither person wants to confess their feelings, but the universe has its own plan. Out of the blue, Bebe is courted by a secret admirer. Cam has to step up his game and Bebe has to make a choice. Play it safe and accept the affections of her mystery man, or challenge fate and take a chance on the boy she loves.    Buy Now

Perfectly You (Perfect Series Book 2)

PERF_YOU_coverIvy Nixon is the student body Vice President at Franklin High School. Each year the school holds a date auction to raise funds for the senior class graduation party, and this year, Ivy’s in charge. Planning the event is a huge task and Ivy is determined to prove that she can get the job done right. Unfortunately she’s still one participant short and her deadline is looming. Andy Walker, her cute but socially reclusive table mate, is her last resort. He may not be popular, but he’s funny, talented and full of surprises. With a makeover and some major social marketing, Ivy is sure he could fetch a decent price at the auction.Andy reluctantly agrees to help, but the more time Ivy spends with him, the more her feelings shift from professional to romantic in nature. To top it off, she’s done her marketing so well, that other girls are starting to notice Andy too. Come auction time, will Ivy be able to let him go to the highest bidder? Or will she find a way to keep him all to herself…       Buy Now

Perfectly Summer (Perfect Series Book 3)

PERF_SUMMER_coverSummer vacation is Levi London’s favorite time of the year. Each summer, he and his brothers are shipped off to Florida to stay with their grandparents. For ten weeks everything is perfect. He has freedom, fun, and Summer West—the cute and spunky girl across the street—for whom he’s planned to confess his giant crush. Right before the London boys are scheduled to leave, a scandalous family situation causes their mom to accompany them on vacation. Not only does Levi’s fun quotient promise to take a nose dive, but all the drama has him feeling less than his normal happy self. Summer decides that Levi needs a distraction, in the form of a prank war. But he gets more than he bargains for when his older brother Lucas is both better at pranking and determined to date Summer too. Levi is a peacekeeper, but he isn’t sure he can mediate his family’s struggles or strike the right balance between mischief and romance. Especially when Lucas keeps reminding him that all is fair in love and war.



In The Perfect Series, each book is a stand-alone YA contemporary romance. Books have story lines and characters that are independent of each other, but take place at the same high school. You’ll see crossover in the form of cameos and references to characters from other books.

In an attempt to stay true to the real life conversations and situations that teens participate in, each book may contain the following: minor language, innuendo, crude humor, steamy kissing and compromising situations such as parties with underage drinking or conversations about sex.

I have attempted to write leading characters who make good choices in the face of tough decisions or questionable situations, and books that I would feel comfortable letting my own children read. However, I always recommend that parents read the book first if they question whether any book is appropriate for their teen.

These books contain no sex, written or implied, and no explicit language. If they were given an MPAA rating, they would probably be a very mild PG-13. I recommended them for ages 14 and up.