No More Maybes
No More Maybes (No More Maybes Books Book 1)
No More Maybes
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Can you believe in someone who can’t believe in himself? Maybe…Maybe I just wanted to get through Year 12, coaching, and soccer with no distractions. Maybe life had other plans.Maybe I shouldn’t be drawn to Cole; the new guy who gets into fights and smokes. Maybe I should want to date Jaime; the nice, steady guy who’s always been there.Maybe you can’t help who you fall for, whether they’re good for you or not. Maybe it shouldn’t matter as long as you’re happy.Maybe each new bruise on Cole’s face is a reason to walk away. Maybe there’s more to the secrets he hides and that’s a reason to be there for him.Maybe a lifetime of pain can’t be washed away by anyone else but you. Maybe finally proving that someone else isn’t going to walk away is enough.Or, maybe it’s time I got out of my own head and stopped wondering. Maybe it’s time I just live by my own rules and find out the answers to all those maybes.It’s time for no more maybes.A sweet YA romance about first love and learning to understand different experiences, this is Cole’s story from Aurora’s point of view.The companion novel, Gray’s Blade, is from Cole’s point of view; much like the characters themselves, Cole’s version is darker, dirtier, and rougher. Read through to the end of No More Maybes for a sneak peek at chapter one of Cole’s side. Please be aware that this story is set in Australia and therefore uses Australian English spelling and syntax.

Book Details


  • Fiction
  • Romance
  • Series

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Rory is thrilled to finally be a senior in high school. She’s the captain of the girls' soccer team and is coaching a middle school team. She and her friends are looking forward to all the benefits coming with senior year including the winter and spring dances. But on the first day of school, her world is tipped upside down when Cole Fielding walks through the school doors. A “bad boy,” Cole has a tough, rough around the edges look, not to mention his “I don’t care” attitude.

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