Wednesday, July 27, 2016



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Nico Medina’s world is eleven miles away from mine. During the day, it’s a place where doors are open—where homes are lived in, and neighbors love. But when the sun sets, it becomes a place where young boys are afraid, where eyes watch from idling cars that hide in the shadows and wicked smoke flows from pipes. 

West End is the kind of place that people survive. It buries them—one at a time, one way or another. And when Nico was a little boy, his mom always told him to run. 

I’m Reagan Prescott—coach’s daughter, sister to the prodigal son, daughter in the perfect family. 
Life on top. 
My world is the ugly one. Private school politics and one of the best high school football programs in the country can break even the toughest souls. Our darkness plays out in whispers and rumors, and money and status trump all. I would know—I’ve watched it kill my family slowly, strangling us for years. 

In our twisted world, a boy from West End is the only shining light. 
I hated him before I needed him. 
I fell for him fast. 
I loved him when it was almost too late. 

When two ugly worlds collide, even the strongest fall. But my world…it hasn’t met the boy from West End.

And Now For The Good Stuff!

EllieSewSweet's Review:

Ginger Scott writes the Sweetest Love Stories! 
She has fast become one of my favorite YA/NA Authors.I am in Love with her storytelling. Her characters are always full of depth and emotion. The ties between her characters are well planned and executed to help us fall in love with them.

Nico Medina:  I think Nico has many layers to his life and his emotions, but he is actually a very simple guy. He loves his family, is loyal to his friends, and he is determined to give himself and his family a better life situation. Then, he is given the chance to determine his future. He won't let his circumstances hold him back. 
He is strong in his heart, mind, body and soul.

Reagan Prescott:  We are painted a picture to life through Reagan's eyes. We see her life, her heart, her feelings and the emotions of a regular teenage girl. From the start of the book, I see her as very strong in character, her own person. She and her twin brother and close when it comes to the family passion,  football, (dad is coach and brother star quarterback) but that's where the similarities end. We get to see the "game" the people and all situations through her lenses, her still and video cameras. I could easily say she has a very limited view of life, but she knows enough to seek out what she sees to be true and right. Her development through the story is simply beautiful. She stays true to who she knows she is and what she wants. 
The author has put so much more in the story than just what you read. She goes inbetween the lines to tell the story that is happening behind the scenes and off the field. Nothing in life is just as it seems, there is always something more to learn.  Come and follow along with Nico and Reagan's sweet blossoming love story. The author truly put all of her heart into writing their tale.

Ellie <3


“You’re mad at me,” he says, his fingers sliding to mine, his thumb covering the top of my knuckles while the rest of his hands hold my palms.

“I’m not mad at you, Nico. I was busy. I have things that don’t have anything to do with you,” I say, still fighting.
He chuckles.
“You’re still mad at me,” he says, and I glance up just enough to see his smile, all lopsided and perfect, the dimple that he gets when he’s right in its place. I hate him so much.
“Why would I be made at you,” I sigh, acting as best as I can while my mind races through all of the reasons I am mad at Nico Medina—not a single one of them really his fault.
I meet his challenge, staring back at him, forcing the stern expression to remain on my face, while he looks back at me with perfect lips curved up a hint on one side and unfair eyes that act as target sights. I’m caught in them, and they will not let go.
“You’re mad because of some homecoming dance,” he says, and I laugh once because…fuck!
“Admit it,” he smirks.
“Nico,” I begin, finding it hard to even say his name. “I could care less who you want to go to some stupid school dance with.”
Couldn’t care less,” he says quickly. I tilt my head and pinch my brow. “You said you could care less, but really…you mean you couldn’t.”
I jerk my hands away and huff.
“Could you?” he says, his hands back in his pockets, his head tilted, angled so I can’t ignore it.
I push my tongue in my cheek and shake my head, glancing away, but always coming back to his gaze. His stupid, perfect, eyes and face that I want to put my hand on. The damned lock of his hair that falls forward when his head leans forward, his tongue caught in his teeth. His kissable lips that I felt in a dream and watched speak in class. His arrogance. His confidence.
“Gah!” I exhale, shaking my head and focusing on the bricked wall behind him. He stands there with one foot against the wall, his back leaning into it, so comfortable seeing me so uncomfortable.
“You make me so mad!” My eyes slide to his, and his lip ticks higher.
“I knew you were mad at me,” he nods.
I stretch my arms out wide, my eyes wider, and I stare up to the ceiling with another shake of my head.
“Fine!” I shout. “Yes, you got me. I’m mad at you! Can I go do class now, please?”
Nico snickers, and I cross my arms over my chest. He pushes forward from the wall, taking a few steps toward me. On instinct, I take one back, but not far enough from his reach. He reaches for my hand again, and I hug myself tighter, tucking my fingers under each arm for protection. I’m throwing a fit now, but I’m this far in, there really isn’t any way to undo it.
Nico holds my elbows when he’s unable to get to my hands, and realizing how ridiculous I would look spinning out of his hold, I give in and let him. His touch is gentle and warm, and I wish I could just get over myself and take his hands back in mine. But I’m scared. My bottom lip shakes with nerves. Nico’s eyes glance at it, so I pull it into my teeth. I want to hide every weakness from him, but eventually I’ll have to curl up inside myself. I have too many.
“Why are you mad at me, Reagan?”
He says my name, and the word falls from his lips soft and sweet. No judgment, no challenge. My lip falls loose from the hold of my teeth and my eyes flutter shut for a long blink. I open again to find him waiting, still looking at me.
“I don’t know,” I say, with a small shake of my head.
“But you are,” he says, and I nod with the same slight movement, sucking in my bottom lip and breathing through my nose.
“Yeah,” I say, my lip falling away and my eyes only able to look at his cheek.
I’m holding myself tighter than I ever have, my fingers actually digging into my sides, my nails rough against my skin through the fabric of my gray Cornwall sweatshirt. Nico doesn’t flinch once. His eyes stay on mine when I give in, and his expression doesn’t shift from the gentle, sweet one he’s held.
His right hand lets go of my elbow, moving to the few strands of hair resting against my forehead, falling over one eye. Nico takes them with his thumbs, moving them behind my ears, his eyes watching his movement then settling back on mine.
“You’ve worn your hair down ever since I said I liked it,” he says.
I breathe in long and deep, letting myself feel this moment—all of it. I have worn my hair down. I did it hoping he would touch it, but never once actually thinking he would.
“That’s how I knew,” he says, and my forehead crinkles. He smiles on one side, repeating the gesture and moving the long wave of blonde hair from my face again. “That’s how I knew I was more than just some guy you wanted on your dad’s football team.”


Ginger Scott is an Amazon-bestselling and Goodreads Choice Award-nominated author of several young and new adult romances, including Waiting on the Sidelines, Going Long, Blindness, How We Deal With Gravity, This Is Falling, You and Everything After, The Girl I Was Before, Wild Reckless, Wicked Restless and In Your Dreams.

A sucker for a good romance, Ginger’s other passion is sports, and she often blends the two in her stories. (She’s also a sucker for a hot quarterback, catcher, pitcher, point guard…the list goes on.) Ginger has been writing and editing for newspapers, magazines and blogs for more than 15 years. She has told the stories of Olympians, politicians, actors, scientists, cowboys, criminals and towns. 
For more on her and her work, visit her website at

When she's not writing, the odds are high that she's somewhere near a baseball diamond, either watching her son field pop flies like Bryce Harper or cheering on her favorite baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Ginger lives in Arizona and is married to her college sweetheart whom she met at ASU (fork 'em, Devils).

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Monday, March 21, 2016

A Brand New Adventure for the Angels of Crossroads

The Chosen Knights (The Angel Knights, #1)


(Spin-off to Crossroads Saga) 
- You can read the prequel - The Angel Knights - first, but it can be read as a stand-alone

When teens go missing in Hawaii, a group of demon-hunters—half human and half angel—disguised as high school students, must leave Crossroads, the place where they reside. In a race against time, they uncover the mystery connecting the missing teens, which dates back to the era of the Knights Templar. However, when they discover one of the Templars passed down a book containing all the secrets and codes to finding a particular treasure, they soon realize this forbidden treasure needs to be found before Cyrus, the lord of the possessor demons, acquires it—a treasure which been safeguarded and hidden from him.
There is only one problem: the pages containing the clues leading to the treasure is missing. When the first page is found, Cyrus threatens to kill more descendants of the Knights Templar if it is not given to him by Friday the thirteenth. In the midst of threats and discovery, the demon-hunting angels find they are not alone when supernatural beings begin to reveal themselves. Can they put their differences aside and work together to solve the Knights Templars’ cipher? As they astral travel to the past, they witness a lot more than they have bargained for. And some things are better left unseen. 

EllieSewSweet's Review of:

The Chosen Knights (The Angel Knights, #1)The Chosen Knights by Mary Ting
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

"Catching my eye he gave me the most delicious smirk, one I could dream about all day. It was a secerative kind of grin, one that told me he'd enjoyed the time we spent alone together. The smile that said, ' I know you, I've kissed you, I've told you secrets.' I returned hima shy one and was sure my cheeks were flushed."

The relationship that develops between Lucia and Eli is slow, sweet, tempting and so very against the rules. And just like the relationship between Claudia and Michael was forbidden in Crossroads, these two have the beautiful backdrop of the Hawaiian sunsets to test their limits.

But Lucia and Zach are on a special mission handed down from the council of 12 in Crossroads which included their mom Claudia and their dad Michael. They have been sent along with their Uncle Davin to live among the humans and try to find the demons that are hiding there in the high school.

Another perfect setting and a brand new element in the Crossroads saga. The Knights Templar adds another dimension to the fight between angels and demons. A new mystery to solve using stories and history handed down through generations of a new friend Jack. An all new adventure for an all new generation of Crossroads fans.

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015


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Chronic illness and depression sometimes comes hand in hand. Sometimes I think about how long I've been battling the two and how long my beautiful life will be and it becomes overwhelming. I am so blessed to have the husband I do, because when it gets "Grey" for me and he can do nothing to "help me get out of this place" he gently reminds me that the worst will pass and I will be okay again. Thank you Todd 💜 
When this song first came out and I heard it for the first time, I was at my lowest with my struggle with depression, but I found that it somehow described exactly how I felt. For anyone that knows me, I have always shone my brightest colors on the outside and a lot of the time that is how I felt, colorful. 😊 but there was always an undercurrent of grey that I didn't understand, and at a young age didn't have anyone explaining it to me or noticing that it was there.
Over my life, I have watched people, some I knew; some I've loved, lose their struggle; their battle; with depression no matter what kind they've suffered from. I have always been so thankful that I have never lost all hope; that I know I would never leave this beautiful life and my beautiful family. I find strength from my family and my friends and from prayer and guidance from Heaven, the angels and Mother Mary.
Please, please watch our kids, all of our children for signs of depression. If you're not sure what they are, ask someone. Remember to tell your friends who suffer that you are thinking of them and that they make a difference in your life. If you are someone suffering, please, please reach out. There is always someone out there who will listen, you are not alone and it does always get better!
I used to have a really hard time listening to Grey Street, it literally made my heart ache. Sometimes I listen to it and realize how far I've come and am proud of myself. 💜 Sometimes, like now, it still tugs on my heart but the ache always reminds me that I am still alive and I can still reach out even while I'm hurting inside. My beautiful soul is still beating...