Thursday, June 9, 2016

The Way With You

Title: The Way With You

Series: The Way #2

Author: Anne Mercier

Genre: Coming of Age/New Adult Romance

Release Date: May 23, 2016


Finding a "happily ever after" was hard enough.

Keeping it is even harder.

Olivia Brennan and Cameron Stone have both gone through Hell and back to finally

find their way to each other.  With obstacles set against them, the struggle to stay

connected is harder than ever.  Between their academic schedules, Olivia's

newfound campus infamy, and a conniving ex stirring up trouble, Liv and Cam begin

to struggle to keep what they've worked so hard for.

But when something unexpected fractures their trust, they must decide if they

can repair what's left of their fragile love or will they discover that "happily

ever after" is just for fairytales?

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I'm walking back to the dorm after class when someone bumps into me—hard. I

look over, biting back a curse, and when I see it's Alison, I wish I'd let it out.

"What's your problem?" I bark.

"You. You're my problem," she sneers.

I roll my eyes. "Why is that? Because you want to screw Cam but he's with me?

Because Cam made me his girlfriend when all you were to him was a piece of ass?

Both of you," I correct when I see Brittany standing beside her.

"You little bitch. I'm going to ruin you," Brittany shouts.

I'm so afraid right now. I know what Alison is capable of—but with Brittany by her

side? I can't even imagine. I swallow that fear and pretend. I'm good at

that—pretending I'm okay.

"Could you be any more dramatic?"

Alison steps closer. "Watch yourself, Muppet. You're overstepping."

"No. I'm not. I'm minding my own business, living my life, and you nut jobs start

with your threatening and bullying. What are you—twelve?" I mock.

Alison's nostrils flare. It reminds me of a bull in a Bugs Bunny cartoon. You know the

one? Where the steam comes out of the bull's nostrils because Bugs keeps taunting

it? That's the one. I smirk at the thought and Alison's hand comes flying at my face

before I can even think.

She slaps me and she slaps me hard—not just once, but twice. The burn, the sting of

the slaps hurts like a mofo. I won't cry, but I can't stop the tears that fill my eyes.

Damn it. I hate showing her any signs of weakness.

"Feel better now?" I ask, lifting my chin.

She hides the shock well, but I still get a glimpse. I am not the same girl I once was.

I'm not sure who I am, exactly, but I'm no longer weak.

She cocks out a hip. "A little. But Muppet? There's a lot worse coming."

More in this series:

The Way Back to Me (The Way #1) – Released Feb 23, 2016

She was perky, fun, and full of life—everything I hated about girls and their bullshit

exterior. People called her bubbly; I called her “fake-as- hell.”

The edgy, dark, lonely girl in front of me was not the Olivia Brennan I knew from

high school—far from it, actually. I knew the story—the whole town knew the story,

we witnessed it all. It happened in the blink of an eye and the girl we knew was


But I refuse to watch it anymore—I can’t stand it. I’m going to fix it—fix her. It’s time

I showed Olivia Brennan her way back…

Back to the girl she used to be.

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Author Info:

​I was born and raised in Wisconsin and still live here today with my two sons and

puppy. (Though one day soon I hope to move to southern California!)

I’m an avid reader who gets inspired by reading the stories from my favorite

authors as well as listening to various types of music. I am a huge fan of music,

chocolate, fruit, desserts, autumn, M. Shadows, Avenged Sevenfold, and Milo

Ventimiglia. Through my books, I am proudly creating new Avenged Sevenfold and

Milo Ventimiglia fans one reader at a time.

“The best part of being an author, to me, is being able to take the reader to that one

place they long to go when they need to escape reality. Knowing I can do that, for

even one reader, makes what I do worthwhile.” ~ Anne Mercier

Hugs and love,

Anne xoxo

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