Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Taylor has only ever known one life.
Growing up in the impoverished housing commission estate in Southside was always about daily survival and dreams about a future that would never be. But when Charlie finds herself the daughter of a lottery winner, she and her single mum finally have a means to escape into a world of unimaginable wealth and privilege.
Five years on, and a now-seventeen-year-old Charlie calls Half Moon Street home, nestled in an affluent inner-city neighborhood, where tree-lined paths are overshadowed only by the pristine townhouses.
Despite the best all-girls education money can buy, designer clothes and more zeros in her bank account than she could spend in a lifetime, there is one thing that is clear: Charlie was not born into wealth and will never fully fit in with the elite. If it weren’t for the unlikely friendship with her neighbour, Isabella Kincaid, Charlie would run from this foreign life. Run from all the lies she’s been telling.
Charlie has never forgotten the one and only exchange she had with Isabella’s older brother all those years ago. Despite his privileged upbringing, there is an edge to Sebastian that Charlie recognises.
And now he’s back, but seriously off-limits. Isabella has made that perfectly clear to her friends.
But for Charlie, who is always one to guard her emotions as carefully as she guards her heart, the question is: will the shadows of her past threaten to break her seemingly perfect world or will the forbidden boy next door?
Duggan is a number one internationally bestselling Australian author of seven
independent titles of her popular New Adult Summer series. In addition to her chart-topping
indie novels, C.J is set to publish two titles with Hachette, Australia with
her brand-new Paradise Series in 2015 (Paradise City and Paradise Road).
C.J lives with her husband in a rural border town of New South Wales,
Australia. When she isn’t writing books about swoony boys and 90s pop
culture you will find her renovating her hundred-year-old Victorian homestead
or annoying her local travel agent for a quote to escape the chaos.
The ‘Summer Series’
The Boys of Summer (December 2012)
Stan (October 2014)
An Endless Summer (July 2013)
Max (February 2015)
That One Summer (December 2013)
Ringer (March 2014)
Forever Summer (December 2015)
The ‘Paradise Series’
Paradise City (April 28th, 2015)
Paradise Road (November 22nd, 2015)
The ‘Kiss Series‘
Kiss the Girls (2016)
Kiss the Boys (2016)