Title: You’re the Reason
Author: J. Nathan
Genre: Enemies-to-Lovers Romance
Cover Design: Kate Farlow, Y’all That Graphic
Photo: Michelle Lancaster
Release Date: June 24, 2020
smiles conceal secrets.
everyone hides the truth.
Galloway has no idea what she’s walking
she transfers to Crestwood University.
to Texas was her only goal.
could prepare her for stepping foot
on a campus
where no one is what they seem.
In a world
where frat guys think they can do no wrong.
sorority presidents think they run the show.
to find out what happens when she
crosses the wrong guy,
the wrong sorority sister,
to play by anyone else’s rules.
A life will
secrets…well secrets are meant to be revealed.
anyone she can trust?
I stumbled my way over to the curb and sat down. My head throbbed and my
stomach roiled, though I couldn’t imagine anything was left inside me. I pulled
a pack of wintergreen gum from my pocket and stuffed three pieces into my
mouth, contemplating my next move.
I could go back in and let Chantel know I was leaving, if she even
noticed I disappeared. I could try to
walk back to the dorm without face-planting somewhere along the way—if I could remember the way back. Or, I could call
an Uber in hopes that they knew where my dorm was.
“What the fuck are you doing?” a deep voice called, cutting through the
My body stiffened.
Footsteps approached, and a tall guy with dark hair and light blue eyes
stood there, glaring down at me. “I said what are you doing?”
“No, you said what the fuck are
His eyes absorbed the details of my face with disdain. “You didn’t answer
“What’s your problem? You scared your little party’s gonna get broken up
if someone sees me out here?” I gasped mockingly. “All that wasted beer and
unused condoms. The horror.”
His eyes narrowed. “Is that supposed to be funny?”
“Not any funnier than you out
here reprimanding me, frat boy.”
He dragged his hands through his hair as his head dropped back. “What the
I unsteadily pushed myself to my feet, praying to God I didn’t fall face
first in front of him. “No worries, frat boy. I was leaving anyway.”
He grabbed my arm, his grip tight as he stopped me from going anywhere.
“Don’t come back here.”
A wave of nausea washed over me. “Excuse me?”
He clenched his teeth. “You’re not an Alpha Phi which makes you unwelcome
A cold chill rushed up my spine, but I maintained my composure. “No
problem. Your party sucked anyway.” I turned and walked in the direction I
hoped my dorm was in, putting one foot in front of the other and trying to
appear steady. Because despite his harsh tone and rudeness, the bastard stood
on the curb, watching me until I disappeared into the darkness.
is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy
heroines. When she’s not writing, she’s a total romance junkie! Add an alpha
male who’s unlikable in the beginning…even better. She loves guys in backward
hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.