Haley Sullivan knows where her future lies - in the surf town of Crescent Cove, California - and the only person who can help her chase her dreams is Colby Taylor, the west coast's most famous surfer.
But talking to the surf star is nearly impossible when he's guarded by a hierarchy of beach bums who are determined to send her back to the east coast.
Haley is up for the challenge of embracing their world, from wild summer nights and beach parties to ocean air and secret kisses in the dark. But when the lines blur between the ocean and the shore, her feelings change with the tides.
Sure, being thrown off a jet ski sucks, but falling in love with one of these California boys might just be worse.
Follow Haley on her coming-of-age adventure to a beach town, Crescent Cove, in this exciting, drama-filled YA contemporary romance. Chasing Forever Down is the first installment of the Drenaline Surf series!
Other books in the series:
Chasing Forever Down (#1)
Rough Waters (#2)
Always Summer (#3)
With You Around (#4)
Deep Blue Forever (#5)
Want more Drenaline Surf? Check out the spin-off West Coast Hooligans series!
Chasing Swells (#1)
Chasing Aloha (#2)
Chasing Islands (#3)
Chasing Sunsets (#4) - Coming soon!
Chasing Vibes (#5) - Coming soon!
Chasing Sapphires (#6) - Coming soon!
This book was amazing
Wish the other books were free
Chasing Forever has never been this fun
Haley’s forever chasing journey is one in which most everyone can relate. You’re stuck in your hometown with your future being driven by your parents’ desires, when that future is nothing like the one you want. Then someone comes along and shows you your path can change. In Haley’s case, that person then leaves her with questions that must be answered to help her find her own forever. Her journey and the amazing people she meets along the way make this book a highly enjoyable read filled with hope. If you’re looking for a beach read that makes you feel much more than your typical beach read, this one is for you.
it started off as a really good read then it got worse as it went on and I couldn’t finish it