Getting Yours

Getting Yours

Chad and Eric, both twenty years and best friends in college, are putting on a school play. Eric’s the director and Chad’s the lead. The part of Chad’s mother, however, goes to a gorgeous and mysterious woman named Kira, a woman who’s fresh out of a nasty break up and back in college to “find herself.”

She quickly finds herself the object of attention of two college friends.

As rehearsals progress and hearts are captured, Chad and Eric unwittingly find themselves in the middle of a love triangle. And if that wasn’t painful enough, it appears that Kira is playing them both. Or is she?

With hysterical twists and turns, friendships will be challenged and hearts broken. In the end, two college friends will discover the meaning of love and friendship…if they don’t kill each other first.

Acclaim for H.T. Night:

“Getting Yours is one of the funniest stories I’ve ever read. Heart-warming and hysterical, it reads like a fun novel. Highly recommended!”
—J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and The Body Departed

“This is why I love reading! Hilarious, thought-provoking and poignant!”
—Elaine Babich, author Relatively Normal and You Never Called Me Princess

“What a fun ride! Night displays an uncanny knack to capture the thoughts and language of youth. Winning Sarah’s Heart is heroic, funny, and most of all, real.”
—Summer Lee, author of Kindred Spirits and Shenanigans

“Winning Sarah’s Heart is my kind of book. A very sweet and tender story, with lots of laughs and leart.”
—Lani Bennett, author of False Dichotomy

One comment on “Getting Yours

  1. I very much enjoyed “Winning Sarah’s Heart” but was disappointed that the “episodes” were not complete books but that each left you hanging. I am now ready for Episode Nine, “A Very Cody Christmas” which is apparently non-exsistant. When will it be available and how many more books will need to be purchased to get the full novel? I am reading the Kindle version.

    Thanks for your response to my questions.

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