Paper Planes and Other Things We Lost

Paper Planes and Other Things We Lost

Michele G Miller

Romance / Young Adult / Fantasy

On June 18, 1993, Flight 397 crashed off the coast of Long Island. But this story isn't about the crash. Not completely.This is a story about two high school seniors living very different lives, who share one connection: they both lost parents on that fateful flight.Slowly, letters bridge the gap between California and Pennsylvania as Ruby Kaminski and Brett Pratt find a way to remember the past while looking toward the future.This is a story about hope, paper planes, and the other things they lost.
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From The Wreckage

From The Wreckage

Michele G Miller

Romance / Young Adult / Fantasy

For high school senior Jules Blacklin surviving the storm is only the beginning. Faced with the new reality of her life, she must find a way to rise From The Wreckage and answer the question - how do you get back to normal, when everything that was normal is gone?“In a matter of minutes on a Friday night, I lost my school, my identity, the security of my first love, the personality of my sweet fearless brother, my best friend, my town, everything as I knew it. Everything changed.” "Minutes - that’s all it takes to change your entire life. How do you deal with that?” For high school senior Jules Blacklin surviving the storm is only the beginning. Faced with the new reality of her life, she must find a way to rise From The Wreckage and answer the question - how do you get back to normal, when everything that was normal is gone?
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Ashton (Vampire Morsels)

Ashton (Vampire Morsels)

Michele G Miller

Romance / Young Adult / Fantasy

Short Story. Not for children. Part of a collection about different vampires from the Amaranthine universe. After Ashton's parents die it's up to him to take care of his younger brother. He tries to escape the pressure by befriending the new guy in town and his dangerous friends. But he discovers that his new reality is far worse than the one he tried to escape.“In a matter of minutes on a Friday night, I lost my school, my identity, the security of my first love, the personality of my sweet fearless brother, my best friend, my town, everything as I knew it. Everything changed.” "Minutes - that’s all it takes to change your entire life. How do you deal with that?” For high school senior Jules Blacklin surviving the storm is only the beginning. Faced with the new reality of her life, she must find a way to rise From The Wreckage and answer the question - how do you get back to normal, when everything that was normal is gone?
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West

West

Michele G Miller

Romance / Young Adult / Fantasy

"Jules' parents thanked me for saving their daughter that night. Little do they know, their daughter is saving me with every word, every touch, every moment. Sometimes the things you thought you knew are completely wrong. For so long I thought I didn't want anything to do with the West I was, then Friday night happened and now all I want is what I once had."For high school senior West Rutledge, surviving the storm is only the beginning. Four years ago, he closed himself off from his friends and his dreams, but in one night one girl makes him reconsider everything.People say West saved Jules Blacklin's life the night of the storm. West says Jules saved his.This is his side of their story.**WEST may be read as a stand-alone. You do not have to read From The Wreckage first to appreciate this story.**
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All That Remains

All That Remains

Michele G Miller

Romance / Young Adult / Fantasy

Fear, guilt, and jealousy all rear their ugly heads as Jules and West strive to figure out what they want now that they've emerged from the wreckage of the storm. A year has passed since the night Jules Blacklin and West Rutledge were thrown together by a tornado. Now college freshmen, they’ve worked hard to overcome the tragedies of their pasts to start anew. As they embark on their future, there is one last obstacle standing in the way of them finding complete happiness: themselves.ReviewThe characters are written with the reader longing to "meet them" in real life, they almost seem like friends. In that, you cheer with their triumphs and your heart reaches for them in their sadness. - Amazon Reviewer, M. Wenger
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