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Beauty and the beast

When Arabella Mercedes Monroe first learns she's won Senior State Representative for the state of Colorado, she's ecstatic. She'll be attending swanky events all over the state, doing press releases and news interviews. What's not to love? Until she finds out she has to share the limelight with major nerd Brockton Davis. How will she ever survive being shackled with him the whole year?

Brockton Davis can't stand preppy princesses who think they're better than everyone. He’ll guarantee Arabella gets knocked down a peg or two, and learn a few choice life lessons about being nice to others--even if it kills him. And being with her all year just might.

Beauty and the Beast meets Taming of the Shrew in this modern heartfelt clean teen retelling. This is book three of the Jenni James Modern Fairy Tales, followed by bestselling Not Cinderella's Type and Sleeping Beauty: Back to Reality.

Cinderella

When Aurora Wellington is awakened with a kiss, she's shocked to find out that she's been in a coma for over a year. Everything has changed, including her belief in herself. Now she has to heal, face her past, and find out who she really is.

When Phil's text causes Rory to crash, he is racked with guilt and prays she'll wake up. After staying by her side in the hospital for over a year, he has found himself in love with her, but when she awakens, she has no idea who he is. 

He knows the only way she'll heal is if he puts some distance between them. But how can he stay away when her life was the only thing that saved his?


sleeping beauty, Disney

Indy Zimmerman has a new stalker who won't leave her alone, no matter what she says to him. Never mind the fact that he's one of the most popular guys at school—she’s positive Bryant Bailey is only trying to appease his own conscience after pretty much destroying her life. But when Bryant doesn't back down and insists on having some sort of bizarre friendship with her, his magic works, and her walls slowly start to crumble. He's not her type. She's never been into guys like Bryant, but then again, she's never really known anyone quite as stubborn, or caring, or who can get her to confess stuff she wouldn't even tell her best friend.

“This is a Cinderella retelling unlike any you’ve ever read. Get ready to laugh and cry along with Indy as she discovers who she is and what she’s worth.” – Tristi Pinkston, author of Take My Advice

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