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Books By Bethany Winters
In a small town like ours, you’re either straight or you keep your mouth shut.
Being gay would be dirty.
Touching the guy who’s been your little brother since you were three would be dirty.
Falling in love with him would be even worse.
I protect him because it’s my job.
I resist him because I have to.
But when one night leads to two and two nights lead to more, lines are blurred and morals are tossed and my sanity takes a walk.
Now we’re risking everything we have for something we know we shouldn’t want.
And the only thing we’ll have left is each other.
This is a 60,000 word, M/M, dark high school, stepbrothers-to-lovers romance with themes some readers might find offensive.
Complete standalone with a HEA and no cliffhanger.
My life’s been laid out for me since before I was born.
Graduate high school, marry the mayor’s son, get my degree and take over my mother’s company.
I don’t want it – I don’t want any of it – but I’d never say that out loud.
Girls like me aren’t supposed to speak our minds. We’re supposed to smile and look pretty and do as we’re told without argument.
I keep my mouth shut for an easy life.
A boring life.
But then I met him.
Xander Reid doesn’t follow rules.
He’s a cocky bad boy with a devil may care attitude and a tongue bar I can’t stop staring at.
He treats life like a game and dares me to play with him.
And even though I know he's bad for me, I’m not sure how much longer I can resist.
Lakewood is supposed to be a punishment.
A way to fix me and my unusual take on life.
Seven months before the end of my senior year, my parents ship me off to live in a strange town with a family I barely know and a private school full of entitled rich kids.
They seem to forget change doesn’t bother me.
I get bored easily, can’t sit still for five minutes and nothing holds my attention.
But then I met her.
Jordyn James isn’t as innocent as she makes out to be.
She’s a bad girl trapped in a life fit for a princess, desperate for freedom from the chains that hold her back.
Making her mine just might be the worst thing I’ve ever done, and yet I regret nothing.
This is a 65k word, opposites attract romance with themes some readers might find offensive.
Complete standalone with a HEA and no cliffhanger.
I've never seen anything like it."
All it took was one bullet.
One bullet put a dent in my plan to survive the vicious storm that is my father and flipped my entire world on its axis.
Dragged from the dumps of Sin City to the Palace of Westbrook, I find myself living in a strange new version of hell, surrounded by sexy bad boys, money and power.
The Kingston brothers own this city and everyone in it.
They seem to think they can rule me.
Unfortunately for them, I don't follow rules.
And my stepbrothers are about to find out just how far I'm willing to go to survive.
He wants my body.
He can take it.
But he will never take my heart.
Because you can't take what no longer exists.
This is a full length, dark high school romance with themes some readers might find offensive. It is book 1 of 3 in the Kingston Brothers series but can be read as an interlinking standalone.
Never fall, never feel.
Four words I tell myself to protect my heart from the pain I know all too well.
I learned my lesson the hard way.
Promised myself I’d never allow anyone to hurt me the way she did.
Now I’m falling and I can’t seem to stop it.
He fills the missing pieces until all I feel is him.
And I’m the sucker stupid enough to let him do it.
I’ve always wanted what I can’t have.
Family, freedom, love.. him.
I’ve wanted him for as long as I can remember – the broken bad boy with the sad eyes and the tortured heart – but like everything else in my life, it’s not that easy.
His past will tear us apart.
My lies will break us beyond repair.
This love will send us both to an early grave.
Ask me if I give a damn.
Wren Kingston is mine.
And it’s about time he knows it.
This is a full length, dark high school romance with themes some readers might find offensive. While this story can be read as a standalone with a HEA and no cliffhanger, it’s a continuation of the Kingston Brothers series and should be read after Kings of Westbrook High. PLEASE NOTE: This book is M/M. Books 1 & 3 are M/F.
My brother used to tell me horror stories about the Kingston brothers. Three ruthless, entitled rich pricks who do whatever they want, consequences be damned. The so-called kings who get away with murder.
I hate them.
I hate him.
Kai Kingston thinks he knows everything, but he has no idea who I am or where I came from. I used to be happy with that. Simply existing. Hiding in plain sight. Safe from the monsters my mother warned me about.
Until he forced his way into my life and flipped it upside down.
That’s what he does.
He’s chaotic. Mean. Shameless. And he ruins everything he touches.
He calls me the game. His newest plaything. The only girl who’s ever dared to say no to him.
I don’t know what’s worse. The fact that he won’t stop chasing me, or the fact that I don’t hate it as much as I let on.
The coffee girl I’ve been obsessed with for months is walking my halls. On my territory. Mine to claim the way I’ve wanted to since the first time I saw her.
But at the end of her first day, I find out she’s not the girl I thought she was.
She’s off limits. She belongs to the enemy.
Still, I can’t fucking help myself.
She tells me she hates me.
I call her a liar.
She tells me to stay away from her.
I do whatever I damn well please.
I’m used to getting what I want.
And the stubborn, beautiful, infuriating little runner who claims she wants nothing to do with me?
I want her bad.
Whether she likes it or not, Hailey Lawson belongs to me now.
This is a full length, dark high school romance with themes some readers might find offensive. While this story can be read as a standalone with a HEA and no cliffhanger, it’s a continuation of the Kingston Brothers series and is best read after Kings of Westbrook High and Reckless at Westbrook High. This is the 3rd and final book of the series.