Wynter has spent her entire young life behind a chain-link fence in the middle of the Arizona desert. Her search for love starts the day she escapes on a bus with nothing but an address and her sister’s instructions to forget the past and embrace the world outside...
Lost Melodies (#4)
Wynter's dreams are coming true: after more than a year in foster care, she finally has the home she always dreamed of when Caleb buys a ramshackle farmhouse on the mountain. Her experience of the world is growing, with Jesse to guide her at every step (even when she'd rather he didn't). She has her first boyfriend, her first job, and a new hard rock band at school.
But one of her brothers is hiding a shameful secret. Just when her hopes of a united family seem possible... he's gone.
And one by one, her other successes are falling apart. How will Wynter cope when her desire for a simple, safe life is under threat?
Natural Harmonics (#6)
Wynter and her brothers are ready to rock venues all over Seattle. No one can deny the natural chemistry Rule212 has on stage. Behind the scenes there's tension brewing.
It's not easy to work, play, and live together. Family means everything to Wynter and she'll do whatever it takes to keep it together.
But something at the very heart of this family is ripping it apart. They are finally learning that things went wrong years before they were born.
No secrets or lies—it's one of Caleb's house rules. So why does everyone keep breaking it?
Rhythm & Rhyme (#3)
Wynter has lived on the outside for eight months. While her sister Joy finds life away from the cult increasingly difficult, Wynter is growing stronger. She begins to open up to her brothers about her childhood and gains confidence in dealing with the world, even manipulating her siblings' useless father into stepping up at last.
When a horrific accident threatens to tear everything apart, it seems Wynter's dreams of a happy family may be destroyed. Meanwhile, Joy reveals a secret about someone from Wynter's past, and the family dynamics head in a new direction that no one asked for.
Little Sister Song (#1)
Knocking on the door of an unassuming house in Seattle, Wynter is welcomed by her true family—three brothers who never knew she existed—in a place where they have pancakes for breakfast and make rock music in the basement. A place Wynter wants to call home. They all share the same pain: their mother’s abandonment years earlier. And they all share a bond to ease that pain: music.
But Wynter quickly learns there are no happy endings. Her adult siblings have problems of their own. Will she be able to stay long enough to taste her first tangerine, learn the blues turnaround, and put the family back together?
Wynter has helped to create a safe home and her music career is taking off with an overseas recording opportunity and a new all-girl rock band.
She has everything she needs, but her brothers could use some help. Indio returns from London and there's a room waiting for him, if he'll take it, as well as an old flame in the wings. Caleb has a new chance at love, and Jesse continues his search for the perfect girl. Through everything, Wynter maintains her dream of making a success of their band Rule212.
Out of the blue, their mother Miriam returns. Her years of neglect have already distorted her children's chances for love and happiness. Does she stand any chance of reconciliation? Will Wynter and her brothers seek closure on the past, or do they want revenge?
Out of Tune (#2)
Wynter is struggling to find her place in the world after growing up on an isolated commune. Now in foster care, her only desire is to move home with her brothers, who become increasingly frustrated by her inability to tell them about her childhood.
While she finds success by putting together a rock band with some boys at school, she fails at the social rules required to befriend the girls.
Oldest brother Caleb has a plan to gain custody. When Wynter discovers the world won’t bend to her will, or his, she takes matters into her own hands.
Wynter and Jesse set out on an adventure-filled road trip to rescue Indio from drugs and despair.
Meanwhile, in Sacramento, Xay has never forgotten the girl from the ashram who used to climb through a hole in the fence in the dead of night to listen to rock songs on the radio with him.
As family secrets are revealed, a series of events brings this divided family ever closer to the truth... and to each other.
Minor Key (#8)