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Wait for You has 18 entries in the series. Wait for You (Series). J. Lynn Author ( ). cover image of (). cover image of Wait for You & Trust in Me. File medical-site.info; Original TitleFire In You: Volume Six (Wait for You Series); CreatorJennifer L. Some things are worth waiting for Traveling thousands of miles from home to enter college is the only way nineteen-year-old Avery Morganst.
Jax felt like a mini-new adult KA alpha. Which is a compliment in the highest regards. As much as I did like Calla, Jax completely made this book! I want to fuck you, and all I need to want to do that with you is to like you.
He sees beauty. I love the way Jax was able to get her to open up, to try new things. It was also fantastic to catch up with the rest of the crew. There were quite a few Cam, Avery, Jase and Teresa scenes! There was steam, emotional parts, sweet parts, drama, and lots of action! It was one heck of a ride. So why not 5? It was a little on the longish side, and although most of the story was fast paced, there were a few parts that lagged. Jax felt like a mini-new adult KA alpha.
Which is a compliment in the highest regards. As much as I did like Calla, Jax completely made this book!
I want to fuck you, and all I need to want to do that with you is to like you. He sees beauty. I love the way Jax was able to get her to open up, to try new things. It was also fantastic to catch up with the rest of the crew. There were quite a few Cam, Avery, Jase and Teresa scenes!
There was steam, emotional parts, sweet parts, drama, and lots of action! It was one heck of a ride. So why not 5? It was a little on the longish side, and although most of the story was fast paced, there were a few parts that lagged. View all 84 comments. May 03, xrysa marked it as to-read. Brittany's story!!!! View all 11 comments. Mar 27, KAS rated it really liked it. Once I start a series I love, I am like a dog with a bone.
I can't let it go until I've read them all. Calla was introduced in book two, "Be With Me. She is twenty-one years old, and has yet to experience her first kiss.
Right out of the gate, Calla had my heart. She was the girl in high school whom classmates Once I start a series I love, I am like a dog with a bone. She was the girl in high school whom classmates enjoyed teasing. You see, there is a very noticeable scar that runs the length of her left cheek.
It has been there since age ten after a horrific event which changes her and her families life forever. Needing to get away from it all, she enters a college nursing program hours away from home. Only one year left until graduating from college, Calla learns her savings account has been drained, and she knows just who the culprit is. Her drugged out, drunken excuse of a mother. Calla packs up and heads back home hoping she can at least recover some of the money stolen from her.
She walks into the bar her mother owns only to learn she left two weeks ago, crazed out of her mind, and hasn't been seen or heard from since. Standing behind the bar to greet her is the hottest, sexiest man she has ever met. The way he grins and laughs totally does her in. Surprisingly, shocking her actually, he asks her out.
She can hardly believe this eye-candy hunk genuinely seems attracted to her. Jax is one smooth, p. Confidence runs through his veins and he has the art of flirting down pat. He has been working behind the bar of Mona's for two years, when one night, in walks a very pretty woman and sits down at as his bar. Yeah, he sees the scar running down her cheek, but all he really sees is how hot she is. Only problem is her mother is Mona. Mona is trouble, and since trouble follows trouble, he knows Calla is in danger if word gets out she is back home.
Jax warns Calla to leave town! She doesn't listen to him! Unfortunately, she should have! If anyone ever needed a knight in shining armor, it is Calla, and Jax makes it his mission in life to be that knight and a whole lot more.
While this book is much longer in length than the others so far in this series, I was never bored. I was frustrated at times, but was also invested in both Calla and Jax's relationship to keep me turning the pages. View all 57 comments.
I can't even express how much I loved it!!! It was definitely one of the best book I have read for this year!! This series just gets better and better!! I didn't want this book to end!! I can honestly say that this is one of my favorite books from this series!!! In the beginning I thought Avery and Cam were my favorite couple, but I was wrong!!
This book was so emotional and powerful I think Jax's and Calla's story touched me more!! Also what made me love it more is that Jax reminds me a little heroes from Kristen Ashley's books!! He was so alpha male and the way he cares and want to protect Calla So far I had in my top book boyfriends Cam! But after reading this book So now he is on top: He is irresistable!!! I fell in love with him from the begining!! Life is way too damn short to live any other way. And I want to get to know you better.
She chose to be close to herself! She is in college now and her goals are to finish nursing school and find a decent job! When something bad happened her mother took from her account the money she has for the college she must go back in her town to find her mother but instead of finding her mother she will find Jax a hot barman who works in her mother's bar!
OMG I need to say more about Jax???????? He is amazing!!!! He is so alpha male!! He is hot,protective and so sweet!! I like the way he treats Calla!!! He tries to show her that her scars is nothing and she mustn't feel ashamed of her scars! The chemistry between them was so good!!! I wanted them together from the beginning!! They were so adorable and sweet! I loved the meaning of this story!!!
I liked see Calla finally accept herself how she is with her scars! And this happened with Jax help! Of course there were many hot moments to keep more my interest!! I love so much J. Lynn's writing!!! She is amazing!!! Each book is so beautiful written!!!
I'm sure all J Lynn's fans will enjoy this book as much as I did!!! It was emotional,sexy,sweet,fun, and simply beautiful! I'm so in love with this series!! I can't wait for the next book!! View all 54 comments. Feb 06, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love J.
I love Jennifer L. Doesn't matter what name she's writing under, I almost always love her books. Stay With Me is no exception. Calla has a problem. She needs to finish her final year of college to obtain her nursing degree, and everything was going along fine. Until her mom cleaned out her college fund. Calla returns home to the town and bar she thought she'd never see again 5 Staying Stars!
Calla returns home to the town and bar she thought she'd never see again, and there she meets Jax. Jax is the sexy bartender working at her mother's bar, Mona's, and he's interested in Calla. Way interested. Together, the two of them search for Calla's mom who has gone missing, and along the way, find a connection in each other. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.
I did a giant happy dance when I got home from work and the site package was sitting there with this puppy inside. I started reading immediately and didn't put this one down for the next 24 hours or so. Why 24 hours? Well I have to work some time people! That and this book was surprisingly long.
Almost pages of awesomeness! Calla is a heroine that I adore. Everything she's been through has caused her to cut herself off from life and people, in an effort to protect herself.
I found her to be so brave with all of the trials and tribulations she went up against in this book, and holy shit did she have more than a plateful in this book.
It was almost disturbing how much the author liked to kick Calla when she was down. Enough already! We get it, shitty things happen to Calla. Back off JLA! This was a man to bring home to mom. Well not Calla's mom, but you know. He reminded me a bit of Kristen Ashley's alpha males.
He didn't let anyone push him around, and more importantly he didn't let anyone push Calla around and stood up for her time and time again.
Yes, he messed up a little along the way, but those were understandable misunderstandings does that even make sense?
The first book will probably always be my favorite, so that's still the best one in the series. My only complaint was sometimes JLA got a little too hip with her descriptions, if that's possible. It no longer became cute to read things that didn't even make sense.
Like "Holy granola bar". Um, what? It's cute a couple of times, but it happened quite a bit. Too much, but that's just my opinion. Can we have a Reece and Roxy story please?
View all 66 comments. Nov 12, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: I was giggling like a little girl. Can we talk about how Jennifer is so proud of them? Now, getting back to the actual review.
I remembered little about Calla so this was my first time liking her or hating her or whatever. I just don't know how I feel about this book. I didn't hate it at all and there were really good parts.
Calla was annoying at times. I do get her. I have scars of my own and sometimes I don't wear certain type of clothing because of them. I know it's stupid but yeah, so I could see myself in her like that. But she was absolutely dumb. Not all the time but a lot. I mean, even with my little experience I could tell what was going on. And don't make me start with the bar thing. It was obvious who owned the bar.
For day one. How could she not see it it's beyond me. I had never read anything that involved an ex-Marine but I was sure I was going to find an Alpha Man there. Sure, he was hot as hell and sweet but I don't know. I didn't click with him and that's okay. I can't love them all. Her character was really fun and witty, actually. I'd read a book about her. That's all I can say. Overall it was an okay book. My favorite parts were not about the main couple so that sucks.
Pretty please? View 1 comment. The problem I had with this book was Jax, but later on. I enjoyed his character in the beginning and was literally in love with him, wishing guys like him existed in my world, but then I didn't feel anything for him and he actually got to the point where he got on my nerves and all I wanted to do was punch him and yell "really Jax?
Stay with Me is the third novel in J. Lynn's series, Wait for You. It can be read as a stand alone. As a matter of fact, all of them can, but I prefer to read them all in order to learn about each character and to see if they will make an appearance in the next book. This time, it's about Calla and Jax. Calla is a year-old college student that literally has done nothing. She's never been to New York oh who am I to judge, neither have I! She's in college, studying nursing, wanting to become a nurse in the future, but when she finds out her mom has stolen her college fund, she realizes she is in debt and doesn't know what to do.
She's hoping to find a solution when she goes back to her mom's bar, Mona's, with the scars and the horrible memories of her past caused by her mother. When she gets to the bar, she doesn't spot the solution she was hoping to find, but she does spot a 6 foot tall and hot bartender, Jackson James, pouring drinks and running the bar. Knowing Calla needs to make up for her money being stolen by her own mom, she takes a job at her mother's bar, being given the job by Jax himself, even helping her find her mother.
Jackson and Calla might be able to develop a sexy and intense relationship, but her past is stopping her at times from getting too close to him.
As the two get to know each other more leading her and Jax from strangers to "friends with benefits," there are some bad guys looking for Calla and even daring to threaten her and mess up her life if she doesn't tell them where her mom is. The problem is, Calla doesn't know where her mom is and what happened. The reason I put friends with benefits in quotation marks is because that's what Calla's and Jax's relationship felt like.
They didn't even know each other, and right off the bat, Jax was telling her he liked her and wanted to fuck her.
Of course, Calla being the innocent girl she is having the hots for Jax, she didn't care and the three words would just repeat in her mind because wanted that as well, even without admitting it. They didn't even know each other, and Jax had told her everything he really wanted to do to and with her. The problem I had with this was the relationship between the two. The two characters were very different, and not in a good way.
There were really no connections between the two and the chemistry was not there until later on, as the novel was finishing. There wasn't any chemistry when they first started dating and there wasn't a hint of cute romance anywhere to be seen. As I'm reading every book in this series, the books tend to get worse and worse or are just not my thing. Unlike Be with You, Jax didn't reject Calla, but he also didn't show his love for her either. He ran off at times, but not in the way Jase did with Tess.
He would tell Calla she is beautiful and that he is in love with her in every way, but then he would be having one of the girl's he used to "hook up with" giving him a breast examination. The worst thing is that Calla's friends not only met but saw Jax for the first time when he was being given that breast examination.
Calla didn't get over that and she brought it up once or twice, but I really didn't blame her. Calla having her friends there to surprise her and be there for her but meeting her "boyfriend" in the worst place possible would honestly be embarrassing! Think about it: You met up with your friends so they can meet your so-called boyfriend, but when you noticed them and they asked about him, you turn to his side and notice he's talking to a girl you really don't like and the other thing is, she is giving him a breast examination.
The other thing is, he isn't fucking complaining! Jax sounded hot, to be honest, being the tall bartender with his perfectly shaped and sharp jaw and perfect brown eyes that would look like the dreamy chocolate whatever the fuck that is and would basically capture a girls heart in an instant, but in reality, he took everything way too quick, didn't show his love for Calla in the correct way, and was plain as gross at times admitting he wants to fuck Calla.
I mean, I said this once and I'll say it again, but you can't disagree. I mean, c'mon. The guy should've met Calla first and really met her before shoving his peepee inside her. Oh boy. I know he has a past as well, but again, it's so different. Moving on, Calla, on the other hand, was a character I enjoyed without complaints. The girl has literally been through a lot thanks to her mom, and she really wasn't planning on changing that. Her mom is a bitch, it's all learned in later throughout the novel, but she is.
She abandoned her child and left her and then decided to steal her college money with her name only to leave her in debt and having to work at her own bar with her so-called boyfriend. The problem is since everyone knows her mom in that town and that bar, then can go there an insult Calla right in her face, which is sad. It's so sad how her mom literally doesn't love her because she hasn't moved on from her past but the thing is, her past is gone.
She told Calla that she has been through a lot and that her babies have died, but then, Calla is there. Is she a dead baby to her mom? I guess so!
Also, her father is gone too and her mom seems to give zero fucks about it and doesn't even care what her daughter has been through. She saw things she didn't want to see as a child and now that she is old enough to live her life on her own and make a difference, but there were people and things in the way of her doing that thanks to her mom.
Luckily, it's all over and the people going after her mom are done, not blaming, but giving Calla shit about it. Thanks to Jax sort of , her life became a little easier and thanks to him, she's been able to move on a little from the past.
He found her to be beautiful with her scars and didn't mind them but instead was proud of her for being brave and carrying scars with her. I mean, scars can mean something. They either mean something stupid, or they are there to represent something. Calla was ashamed to carry them, but then she found herself not bothering to hide them from Jax and that was something I liked from both.
He didn't mind them and found her to be beautiful and strong with them while she wasn't ashamed anymore to carry them for reasons. I did say he told Calla he liked her straight off the bat, but I didn't mention what I actually liked about him.
I was glad he was another one of those male leads that take their time with the girl and makes sure they get to know them. There was a time where Calla was drunk view spoiler [for the first time with Tequila hide spoiler ] and she said and did stupid things. I mean, everyone who is drunk in NA novels do.
In real life too, right? I don't live with a drunk family so I wouldn't know. She tried doing things with Jax and she tried kissing him, but he backed away and pushed her away. I'm not the bad person here, but I'm glad he did. The reason I'm glad is because Calla was the one to always argue with Jax because they didn't know each other and he had asked her out which is stupid because that's kind of the point of a date, right?
Getting to know each other? She was drunk, so she didn't know what she was doing, but Jax was patient enough to push her away and tell her what he really wanted to do-- go out with her and get to know her. That was about it, actually. Other than that, there wasn't anything. There were times where he was there to save her and help her, but other than that, there wasn't anything else.
He wasn't a swoon-worthy character in my opinion. Calla wasn't that different than the other females in the previous books. She also tries running from her past but not being able to until she meets a guy. I'm quite glad these novels have a connection with everything--the characters are friends, the plots are all similar in ways, and the every character has something similar to share.
This wasn't my favorite, and I really hate how I enjoyed the beginning of it but then it got to the point where I was done with Jax and his bullshit. I wish Calla's character and personality were different. She actually didn't have a good one, in my opinion. It really wasn't there. Jax did a lot for her, and it was too much.
She could've been the girl to step away for a while and figure out things on her own, but she relayed her nonexisting trust on him which wasn't the best choice for her. Lynn disappointed e with this one, once again, and I only hope this doesn't continue.
I was really looking forward to this one, especially because of Calla. We're told she's someone who is 21 and has literally done nothing. I knew Jax would get involved in that, but I actually thought she would get those completed but instead, I got a lot of drama and overused sex scenes that weren't my favorite. I mean, sex in NA books isn't my favorite, which I've said over and over again, but these were the kind where all Jax really wanted to do was fuck Calla.
She had just solved something, and he was like "okay, I want to be in you. View all 3 comments. Jan 02, C. Here is the link to a Sneak Preview of Stay with Me the first 7 chapters: Here is a link to chapter 1 and 2 of Stay with Me U. Jax caught my arm. I bit down on my lip as I stumbled forward, having no idea what he was about. I got close to him, close enough that w Here is the link to a Sneak Preview of Stay with Me the first 7 chapters: I got close to him, close enough that when he reached down to a cubbyhole, his arm brushed my thigh.
I sighed when I saw she had one tied around her waist, and then snatched it from him. Jax laughed. Somehow theapron was back in his hand and his other hand landed on my hip, startling me. I shook my head, finding that I had no idea how to form syllables, and that was embarrassing.
Without saying a word, he turned me around so my back was to his front, and then he slipped an arm between his waist and mine. Amusement colored his tone. She arched her brows inour direction. Jax chuckled not too far from my ear. When I want something, I go for it. This is the same excerpt at another site: Teaser https: I thought Brandon and Calla were going to get a story but this Jax guy sounds interesting and the teasers have all been good.
In case anyone doesn't know. It came out on February 25th. Ollie and Britts story was really good and not filled with drama. There were some other good stories in the Anthology. I really liked Under the Seryn Moon and Daylight as well. Here is the link on Goodreads: Here is the Link on site: View all 8 comments. The word "holy" appears in this novel 43 times — possibly more times than it appears in a standard Presbyterian hymnal.
The words "baby" and "ass" are each used 74 times. However, the real doozy is the following: I'm really not quite sure, since the parts of the story that should repeatedly mention the word "stomach" occur only towards the novel's end.
In short: This novel is written on a 3rd-grade reading level. For a novel that is supposed to cover some very serious themes, the writing is just way too immature. I was under the impression that I was picking up a novel about a year old woman. The opening chapters make me want to slam my head against the bedside table— let's call it "self-induced amnesia"— whatever it takes to black out everything that I've read up until this point I sympathize with the character Calla; I truly do.
The writing in the opening paragraphs leaves a lot to be desired. I don't find these turn of events the least bit believable. NO college tuition. NO money to pay the rent. NO money for your monthly car payments. I didn't think so It's the unbelievability factor that's turning me off more than anything.
Clarification of the spoiler above: Her exact words are as follows: This could very well be seriously happening. Oh my God. Because there was someone other than me who had the means to get access to that account—one person who was virtually dead to me, so virtually that I behaved as if she were dead I knew it had been my own flesh and blood that had cleared me out, my own mother—my hocked up on pills, and most likely drunk off her ass, mother who my closest friends believed was dead.
Calla's mother couldn't have pulled this whole thing off overnight. It's something that must have happened gradually over time— another aspect of the storyline which I find improbable.
She does everything for herself. She applies for her own apartments, she recently bought her own car, etc How is it even possible that Calla could be approved for such high credit limits?
But it's the circumstances surrounding the identity theft in this novel that I take issue with. View all comments. Die Reihe wird mit jedem Buch besser. Endlich mal etwas Anderes! Riesige Empfehlung! Feb 12, Beverly rated it really liked it. While the physical scars are obvious, no one knows about the mental scars she keeps hidden.
While she has met some great people she calls friends she has never opened up about her past, in fact she has been lying about it. Finally reap the benefits of following through on someth 4 Stars Calla had the perfect life until a fire destroyed her and her family.
At the end of the Spring semester her world is blown apart again when she is asked to meet with Financial Aid, and learns all of her money is gone and her check bounced.
Deciding she must go home to find what is going on with her strung out mother, she returns home after three years and meets Jax. Not knowing how to treat a guy when is so blatantly pursing her, she ignores it.
Calla is on a mission, she needs to find her mom and find out what to do for her senior year. I have loved this series and I was so excited for this installment. I loved Calla and her inner thoughts, I loved that she was real, and I really loved that she calmed herself down and thought things out rationally.
Typically the female character will drive me crazy obsessing about things or running away, but Calla actually had moments she wanted to run but stayed because she knew it was the smart thing to do. I really liked Jax. I loved the way he made Calla feel, and I loved the sexy times they had - J. Lynn writes some pretty hot scenes.
So why not 5 stars? Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this and recommend it and the series for others. And just because: View all 58 comments. I so want to rant because i so need too I couldn't wait to get Calla's story. And dang did I get one.
Calla hasn't had many first times. Never had a kiss, never fell in love, and never went to an amusement park. Never saw a beach. Never had anyone 'touch' her. I could keep on going To say she's had a rough past would actually be kind. She's had a tragic past, nothing pretty about it at all.
She's ready to face I so want to rant because i so need too She's ready to face the past when her mom does the ultimate unthinkable to her. When she gets back home to where she grew up, she realizes that things are worse than she anticipated. This is when she meets Jax, the guy running her moms bar. This guy instantly catches her attention, the man that makes her feel things for the very first time in her life. This story, gosh my heart broke for Calla. Like seriously the things that happened to her, good lord But at the end of this roller coaster ride, I definitely can not wait to get more to this couple in the future books of this series.
I enjoyed this book even though I shook my head and cringed for poor Calla and all the thrown stones and all the constant things she had to face. Love that this book gave us yet another amazing couple.
View all 36 comments. Das Buch war wie immer typisch J. Super unterhaltsam, sowohl zum Lachen als auch zum weinen. Lynn auch schon bevor sie als Jennifer L. Armentrout "Deadly ever after" geschrieben hat, gerne in die Richtung "sexy Crime" ging.
Das fand ich auch echt gut und spannend umges Das Buch war wie immer typisch J. Das fand ich auch echt gut und spannend umgesetzt. Auch wenn es wirklich seeeeehr dramatisch war, so alles in allem. Hat mich aber trotzdem gut unterhalten. Dec 09, Jasmine rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Review on January 28th, "There's something about that I fell for you before you even knew my name.
Calla is actually Avery and Cam's college friend while Jax is a total stranger in the beginning of the book. What makes this story different from other sequels in the saga is that Jax has the most unbelievable secret in his mind and when it's Review on January 28th, "There's something about that What makes this story different from other sequels in the saga is that Jax has the most unbelievable secret in his mind and when it's revealed, everything has changed. Whatever you want to explore, you'll always be safe with me.
Christina Aguilera!!!!!! That's the first song coming to mind and the specific scene fits the lyrics flawlessly. It's probably the best portrait of the song I've ever seen. Last but not least, just because I skip many delicious details on Jalla's story doesn't mean it's not worth reading.
Jax and Calla's story touches my heart deeply and I'll never forget them. The circumstances sucked and were crazy, but I did have my mom to thank for this--for Jax.
Our relationship turned out to be a very bright silver lining in a sad, dark cloud. What are you waiting for? Go pick it up right now! Instant review on December 9th, Okay. This is official. View all 4 comments. Feb 08, Didi rated it it was ok Shelves: This is the least favorite of the series for me, it felt too long--I skimmed several times--too laced with slang and the heroine was annoying.
The best thing about this book? Jackson James.
He was a great hero and almost seemed too perfect but he made the book for me--aside from the fact he was a very KA hero, not a bad thing but not JLA. Holy shit on a cracker was a popular one for her and that's alright if it's sporadic but she said things like that too often making her look immature and silly. I completely empathized with her issues and her past, she wasn't always annoying. But she was a bit too much with her gasping over anything Jax said.
Heroines that do stupid things when it's obvious to everyone and their dog it's stupid, really bother me. Coming home to deal with the huge debt her mom had left her was the beginning of her life changing.
But refusing to see that she needed help at first considering her childhood home was essentially a drug house, was downright childish. She did improve mind you, so that's good. But the book was too long and the ending was resolved a little conveniently.
After all the stuff that happened and all the drama, things tied up too perfectly. And it wasn't realistic at all. And although I really liked Jax, the way he dealt view spoiler [with Aimee, letting her touch him and then almost sitting back when she had it out with Calla at his place at freakin 3am dropped my respect for him a little hide spoiler ]. He definitely made up for it, but give me a break, he could have handled that better.
The ending was a little open and didn't answer some questions, like view spoiler [how will Jax and Calla work the long distance, and what will she do with her house? I'm sure we'll find out in the next book, but this was on a whole quite disappointing for me, So 2 stars.
View all 32 comments. Sep 29, Nikki rated it liked it Shelves: Was this a drug story or a love story? But once again, I will digress lol. Calla has had one heck of a messed up past, and the devastating impact of these circumstances has not only affected her emotionally but physically. Jax is your hot, bad boy, alpha that is immediately taken with Calla.
All of this external shit that is introduced is like on steroids or something. So you got a crazy mama, sure ok? Then you have friends right? Side characters. Even they were too much.
Katie, her crazy ass stripper friend?? Who says that? Entering ex-gf drama.. He humors her way too much. Come over at 3am?? Sure why not, but you better call first. I am not kidding, he actually says that. The excuse was he is a nice guy? Then he gets mad at Calla for being jealous, insinuating that her inexperience is to blame here. Sorry, if someone was touching my man, you better run bitch, no joke. And somehow, with an overload of crap, it felt very slow and long, dunno. No one will ever top Cam for me, ever, thus why if there is more to this series, maybe a book about Raphael and Michelangelo, I will not continue on.
Unfortunately, this was not for me. The book did have some hot scenes but not enough to bring up the rating. I just thought it was meh, ok. View all 39 comments. BR with Sharon Calla Fritz is a 21 yr. Calla has lived a sheltered life, and has no experience with guys. As a result she is a bit boy crazy. She's never had a boyfriend, been on dates, or been in a relationship. She's never even been kissed.
She has a scar on her face, and doesn't think she's beautiful 4. She has a scar on her face, and doesn't think she's beautiful anymore.
Guys are always her friend and nothing more. Calla is all about her goals. She's lived a hard life and has tried to get as far away from her past as possible. Her mom steals her money and she has to return to the small town she grew up in to try to fix the mess she's in.
Her life severely veers off course when she arrives at her mom's bar Mona's, and her mom is MIA. She isn't sure what to do.
She has no money, and all the sudden her perfectly planned future is up in the air.