Book Series: Play On

Play On

Posted May 5, 2020 by Samantha Young in / 0 Comments

Aidan Lennox was my sexy Scot; older, worldlier, a music producer and composer. And our connection was undeniable. He made me forget everything I was running from. He unleashed passions I’d stifled for years. He made me need him.

And then he left me.

The agonizing loss of him fired something within me. The anger and hurt pushed me to take back control and reach for my dreams. Now I’ve sworn off romantic entanglements and I’m finally pursuing a career on stage. I’m in a good place.

Or I was until now.

Because Aidan is back and for some reason, he hates me.
He’s threatening everything I’ve worked so hard for.
He’s determined to be at war with me.

And I have absolutely no idea why.

The New York Times Bestselling author of the On Dublin Street series and Hero returns to Scotland in this passionate and evocative standalone romance about love, loss, and surviving both.

As Dust Dances

Posted May 4, 2020 by Samantha Young in / 0 Comments

Once upon a time I was a pop-rock princess.
It was a dream that turned into a nightmare.
I lost everything to that world.

Scotland was supposed to be a refuge. I hid in Glasgow, singing on street corners for money.
But then he found me. Killian O'Dea. A record executive. An ambitious one.
I didn't want anything to do with the brooding and ruthless Scot.

Until the day I realized it wasn't safe for me to be on the streets, and I had no one else to turn to but Killian.
In exchange for help, I agreed to give Killian what he wants. But what he wants is to return me to a life I hate.

And to make things worse, there's something growing between us. Something hot and dark. A bond. A passion that can't be denied.

I made a deal with the devil. And now I'm falling in love with him.

Killian O'Dea is going to ruin me.
I wonder if he realizes... I'm going to ruin him right back.

Hold On

Posted May 5, 2020 by Samantha Young in / 0 Comments

Autumn O’Dea has always tried to see the best in people while her big brother, Killian, has always tried to protect her from the worst. While their lonely upbringing made Killian a cynic, it isn’t in Autumn’s nature to be anything but warm and open. However, after a series of relationship disasters and the unsettling realization that she’s drifting aimlessly through life, Autumn wonders if she’s left herself too vulnerable to the world. Deciding some distance from the security blanket of her brother and an unmotivated life in Glasgow is exactly what she needs to find herself, Autumn takes up her friend’s offer to stay at a ski resort in the snowy hills of Montana. Some guy-free alone time on Whitetail Mountain sounds just the thing to get to know herself better.

However, she wasn’t counting on colliding into sexy Grayson King on the slopes. Autumn has never met anyone like Gray. Confident, smart, with a wicked sense of humor, he makes the men she dated seem like boys. Her attraction to him immediately puts her on the defense because being open-hearted in the past has only gotten it broken. Yet it becomes increasingly difficult to resist a man who is not only determined to seduce her, but adamant about helping her find her purpose in life and embrace the person she is. Autumn knows she shouldn’t fall for Gray. It can only end badly. After all their lives are divided by an ocean and their inevitable separation is just another heart break away…

Black Tangled Heart

Posted May 5, 2020 by Samantha Young in / 0 Comments

To my siblings, Jane was a friend. A pseudo-sister, the girl we grew up with.

To me? She was everything.

Our passion consumed us.

When our world fell apart, I thought our love would be the thing that held us together.

She was the love of my life. But she abandoned me when I needed her most.

And I'll never forgive her.

For years I've been planning my revenge against the people who took everything from me.

Jane won't be an exception. I'm coming for her.

She knows it.

She says she wants to help me serve my version of justice on the people who hurt me.

I'll let her.

She probably thinks it will save her from me.

It won't.