EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED by Keyanna Butler
Release Date: Coming Soon…
Cover Designer: Sarina Bowen and Keyanna Butler
School. Work. Friends. Studying. Repeat.
Hayden McHale is perfectly fine with her life. Her junior year is underway and all she wants to do is make it through with her two best friends in tow and a careful eye on her freshman brother. She lives a simple life working at the college library, takes no chances, and wants to graduate to make her parents in heaven proud. When she walks into her Drama Writing 101 class, she meets the ridiculously handsome Gannon O’Brian, and suddenly she realizes one thing she’s always been missing: someone to love. But of course, Gannon has a long-time girlfriend. It’s just her luck that the perfect guy for her can only see her as every other guy ever has, just a friend.
Follow the plan or follow his heart?
Gannon O’Brian has loved his long-time girlfriend Kami for as long as he can remember. Childhood friends, their parents had been friends since college and it all just made sense to him that they should be together. But lately he’s been feeling like their lives are going in two different directions, that maybe he’s a different person. And that’s what he’s thinking the moment he lays eyes on Hayden McHale. He’s never once seen her before even though they’ve shared a major but now that he has, he can’t not know her. As they’re friendship becomes stronger, Gannon starts to wonder if the direction his life is taking is pointing straight to her.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: KEYANNA BUTLER – Keyanna is a simple girl living in mostly fantasy worlds. She’s been writing since she was 13 years old, jotting down full length stories on construction paper and reading them to her childhood friends for entertainment. She’s a self-proclaimed dork extraordinaire and a library card carrying book nerd taking mental residence in the Wizarding World, coffee in an IV, collecting movie stubs like memories, and constantly contemplating what life would be like if she were one of the Avengers. Her hobbies include TV, sushi, Facebook, and incorporating movie quotes into everyday conversation.