Release Blitz: The Ideal by L.P. Maxa


The Ideal by L.P. Maxa is now live! 

Nate's world is dark and his only bright light, his only saving grace is Savannah, but when she falls for his brother Jeremy, she leaves Nate without a lifeline, and that's something none of them can survive.


Recent high school graduate, Savannah Nightingale loves her best friend Nate Deacon, but he's an emotional drain.

Dark, angry, and volatile, keeping him in line over the last twelve years has taken its toll. He's doesn't get along with people, and she's the only person he interacts with on the regular.

She's the only one who can pull him back from the edge before he snaps.

His older brother Jeremy is the complete opposite. Happy, fun-loving, and laidback, when he's home from college for the summer, he starts hanging out with Savy. Jeremy wants to free her from Nate's dark hold, and wants to help her have some long overdue fun...then finds himself surprisingly in love.

When Nate reacts badly, turns out, Jeremy will do anything for the girl he loves.

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Meet L. P. Maxa

L.P. lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, two daughters, two dogs, and two chickens.

Writer, business owner, and office manager, L.P. says she loves to read as much as she loves to write. Reading a good book is her reward after writing one. In her spare time--ha!--she fosters puppies for a rescue organization based in Austin.
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This is an intricate story. Jeremy and Nate, two brothers vying for the attention of one pivotal girl, Savy. One summer changes everything between the trio. Now that Savy of age, she is no longer just Nate's best friend but now he see's her with a new light. As the three dance along the edge of the sword vying for Savy's attention, it all comes to a head when everyone must confront their feelings and the fall out. This story touches on mental illness and how families manage with someone affected. Savy as a character was stronger than she realized and is a kind soul. I liked that Jeremy wanted to help Savy become her own person.


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