Lindy Zart books in order
Lindy Zart is an American USA Today bestselling author who writes across a number of fictional genres such as new adult, contemporary romance and fantasy.
Passionate about writing from a very early age, it’s safe to say that she has now become a seasoned writer.
Her rom-com Roomies (2014) was an international bestseller that rose to #1 in Satire Fiction, Romantic Comedy, General Humor, and Humorous, becoming a USA Today bestseller.
Lindy currently lives in Wisconsin with her family.
She loves coffee, wine, pizza, peanut butter, and bloody marys.
Genres: Contemporary , Contemporary Fantasy, New Adult, Romance
- Safe and Sound (2012)
- Take Care, Sara (2013)
- Roomies (2014)
- Unlit Star (2014)
- Smother (2015)
- Dating Husbands (2015)
- Within This Frame (2015)
- Steady As the Snow Falls (2016)
- The Charmed life of Taryn (2016)
- Bullies Like Me (2016)
- Jessie's Girl '1981' (2017)
A Least Likely Romance
- The Map to You (2017)
- Love without a Compass (2018)
Anything But Series
- Ordinary (2015)
- Unremarkable (2015)
- Insignificant (2015)
- Incomplete (2013)
- Complete (2014)
Detailed book overview
This is a story about a girl named Lola.
She hides a secret that nobody should ever uncover.
Her home was once her refuge, until it turned into a living hell.
Lola knows that she has to get out of there, because if she doesn't, she will never be the same again.
Enter Jack, her hero.
A youthful man beset by problems, he has a skeptical smile and piercing eyes that see right through Lola.
But not even Jack is able to rescue Lola from the darkness that is at her home.
Breathe in, you breathe out: you lose everything.
Sara Walker knows what it means to have everything taken away from you, torn into pieces then thrown back to you in an unfinished puzzle with missing pieces; one where nothing is falling into place.
Mustering the courage to forgive herself for being human is a constant struggle for Sara.
Enter Lincoln, her husband's brother.
With his help, Sara will discover that finding the person that she used to be isn’t important. What truly matters is finding the person that she is today.
Breathe in, you breathe out: you get a second chance.
Graham Malone and I are roommates.
I fantasize about him by day and dream about him by night.
It’s because of him that I wake up every morning with a smile.
Although he is a visual seduction, it’s his heart that won me over.
I’ve never given my heart to anyone before. That’s why I’m pretty sure that he has stolen it.
Trouble however brews when Blake, Graham’s brother, comes along.
Sardonic and menacing, he is nothing like Graham.
I keep telling myself that Graham is the one my heart wants, since Blake keeps looking at me like he wants to devour me.
Here’s a life lesson: never fall in love with your roommate.
Nothing is guaranteed. Not even life is.
Rivers Young is a famous guy who is virtually untouchable.
He shines on like a star—bright, absorbing and out of this world.
But stars don’t shine forever. They all ultimately fall, and Rivers isn’t any different.
When his time comes, he falls hard.
Delilah Bana is the reject.
Her tale is one of loneliness, like twilight befalling the earth.
When Rivers falls hard, Delilah is there to catch him.
Amidst the darkness, the two blend into something stunning, as bright as the sun.
But the thing about stars is, the more powerful they are, the shorter their lifespan.
You are not going to like me. I’m not a good girl.
The last thing I can be to you is a friend.
I couldn’t care less about you. In fact, I couldn’t care less about myself.
You can despise me if you want.
Everybody has secrets. I have them too, but mine are sinister and deadly.
I only get to catch a breather when I’m not thinking about them.
I yearn for numbness. You’ll be better off not knowing how—Trust me.
But for as long as I’m alive, the past simply can’t smother me.
Bianca Fisher is only passionate about three things: her work, her cat, and Bloody Marys—albeit in no particular order.
Her life isn’t good, it’s amazing.
Everything however changes when Drew crashes into her perfect world, turning it into something that she doesn’t like.
Worse off is that his emergence heavily interferes with her Bloody Mary drinking sessions.
Although Drew Montgomery is determined to make a fresh start, his past simply refuses to stay buried.
Bianca Fisher is however his source of hope. She makes him forget about his worries after just a single meeting.
Although Drew wants to run, his heart won’t listen.
Lance Denton is convinced that his co-star Maggie Smiley is the one thing that he doesn’t want. She is too nice, too shy and far too irreproachable.
However, Maggie can see well beyond his exterior.
Although Lance continually keeps convincing himself so, his heart fails him terribly.
She steals his heart.
Maggie Smiley has for the better part of the last decade acted like Lance Denton never happened.
But upon receiving an invitation to a fundraiser, she finally decides to stop running and confront her past—read Lance Denton.
Maggie however doesn’t have to try hard, as the handsome Lance comes knocking on her door.
Beth Lambert arrives at what appears to be a deserted house in the hills not far from her hometown.
This comes after a mysterious person enlists her services, in an effort to write his life story.
Beth isn’t oblivious of the rumors. In fact, she knows that her actions are reckless and deadly.
But Beth not only needs the money, but she’s also desperate to prove that following her dreams wasn’t a mistake.
Inside the cold and empty house is a man with eerily evocative eyes.
He seems quite peculiar and unconventional.
The man terrifies Beth just as much as he fascinates her.
Upon learning his identity, Beth wants to take off.
But how can she run away from money, the dream, and Harrison Caldwell?
Upon turning eighteen, Taryn Smith’s life changes forever—and not only because she becomes eligible to vote.
Approached by a black-eyed man with a menacing character, Taryn is kidnapped in an instance by someone who claims to be a Manang; a half-man, half-angel from a world called Urian.
The only problem is that he could be insane or not.
Taken to a mansion at the heart of a grassy field surrounded by forest, she is partnered with a dark-haired, blue-eyed man whom she ends up getting drawn to.
Taryn is trained, for she could play a pivotal role in the triumphing in a battle.
But will she be a weapon of good or evil?
"A girl. A boy. Their secrets."
Alexis is bullied viciously, being the new girl in Enid High School.
Desperate and dejected, she turns to pills—using lots of them.
She is then taken to a mental health centre where she crosses paths with a boy.
But not even he can save her—nobody can.
Nick is haunted by a dead boy.
Although he would like to pour his heart out to Alexis, he can neither reveal to her about his past, nor leave the facility.
Melanie reigns supremely over the school, until an insignificant person named Lexie attempts to topple her.
Her downfall is imminent, but she won’t be going down alone.
On the verge of heading in different directions in the fall, four friends decide to go for one last adventure.
Their plan: go on a road trip from Minnesota to Pennsylvania before driving back to their starting point.
Although it sounds simple and exciting, nothing goes as planned.
For instance, Catherine Tate, Jessie Keller’s new girlfriend, unexpectedly joins them for the trip.
Sam Kent finds himself inexplicably drawn to her, while concurrently turning down unwonted advances from his friend Hannah Lopez.
The one person who will however shock everyone is Dickie Dean, the socially awkward one who is passionate about books.
Throw in engine trouble, a robbery, beer binging, mosquito assaults, amongst other teenage drama, and the road trip truly becomes an unforgettable experience.
A Least Likely Romance
Struggling to deal with his inner devils, Blake Malone could certainly do without any more trouble.
He doesn’t need any more trouble, yet finds it in plenty.
While driving to North Dakota, Blake momentarily leaves his truck unwatched, only to return and find a stunning lady sleeping in the front seat.
Opal Allen is an expert when it comes to attracting problems.
That’s exactly why she isn’t willing to reveal to her road trip partner why she desperately needs a quick ride out of town.
Blake can however see beyond her lies, which is quite frightening and exciting.
Given their intensifying attraction, what will happen once the road trip is over?
Ben Stitzer should be getting replenished while on a company retreat in the Illinois wilds.
The advertising sensation however isn’t, as he is determined to prove to his boss the depths he will go to succeed—even if it means pairing up with the sexy, uber competitive woman who continually undercuts him.
Avery Scottam hates the great outdoors, and her efforts not to expose her fear to Ben are futile.
Lost in the wilderness after one of her big freak-outs, Ben and Avery will have to count on each other in order to survive.
When an unusual bond forms between them, will it survive once they return to their concrete jungle?
Anything But Series
This world has three categories of people: the ones who are alive, the ones who are undead, and the ones who can see the undead.
Honor Rochester has just discovered that she is one of the three.
The only problem is that she isn’t in the category that she would wish to be in.
But she doesn’t have much of a choice.
It’s either she welcomes her fate and lives according to what has been chosen for her, or not live in the first place.
Plunged into a reality that shouldn’t even exist in the first place, Honor plays along in an effort to survive.
There are things that are very easy to let go of. Others things are however not so easy.
What will become of Honor when she does?
Determined to remain unaffected when everything around her is changing, including her, Honor is confronted by foes and conquerors.
Ryder, Christian, and Nealon all have ambitions.
The only problem is that Honor is uncertain whether their ambitions are similar to her own, or Superior August’s and the UDK society.
What she is however certain of is that there isn’t enough room in the world for all of them.
Honor Rochester’s sole mission is to destroy the UDK society and every trail of its hand that has made her life a nightmare.
But if she is to fulfill this monumental goal, she first has to go through Superior Maximus August.
Whenever she makes any progress, Superior Maximus August takes her back a step further.
However, a monster can frustrate, exploit and annihilate—until another monster comes along.
Although Honor could emerge victorious, will she be redeemable when all is said and done?
There are three true things about Grayson Lee’s life:
1. He shouldn’t be here in the first place.
2. Nobody deserves his best friend, Lily Jacobs. He most especially doesn’t deserve her.
3. None of that matters. She has already stolen his heart anyway.
Doing what is right doesn’t always bear desirable outcomes. That is something that Lily Jacobs learned a long time ago.
Now, she is forced to deal with the ramifications of her actions.
Lily and Grayson Lee shared a great friendship which evolved into something more—until she ruined it.
Although the years that have passed are enough to wane the memories, Lily still hasn’t let go of them.
But Grayson has returned, and seeing him is driving her crazy.
Her attempts to accept their fate are futile.
She still wants him, as the two are perfect for each other.
Lily is still madly in love with him, and there is no chance that she is ever letting him walk out of her life again.