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Katie Wismer Books In Order

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Publication Order of The Marionettes Books

Publication Order of The Pact Books

The Anti-Virginity Pact (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Anti-Relationship Year (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Sweetest Kind of Poison (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Broken Perfect Lies (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Collections

Poems for the End of the World (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Breakable Things (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Kate Wismer is a published author of fiction.

She is the author of romance novels, sometimes in the contemporary genre and sometimes in the paranormal. She also writes poetry books. In addition to writing, Kate also works as a freelance editor.

You can find out more about projects, content, and more by going to her home site and signing up for her newsletter.

When Wismer is not busy writing or reading a book, she can be found hanging out with her two cats, whom she describes as perfect. She can also be found on Youtube at her channel Katesbookdate.

She also loves pigs and going to the gym. If you’ve got a book that’s well-written, chances are Kate’s already reading it or open to reading it as she’s a ‘sucker’ for a well-written tome.

The Anti-Virginity Pact is the first novel in the Pact series of fictional novels by Kate Wismer. If you have been looking for an intriguing new romance novel to check out, look no further!

When it comes to being a preacher’s daughters, they’re supposed to follow suit after the family. They’re not supposed to identify as atheists. There are a lot of things that they are not supposed to do, including making pacts where the goal is to lose their virginity by the time the year comes to a close.

Main character Meredith Beaumont is a senior in high school, and she’s decided that she’s going to pave her own way. She is tired of allowing other people dictate who she should be, so she’s chosen to take matters into her own hands.

Meredith has not always been so bold. For the past four years, she was so shy that she didn’t even go near boys. Simply thinking about them could spark panic attacks. So, she knows what the experience of being invisible is like, having spent a good amount of time just going unnoticed. It’s a big change for her to make a pact with herself to lose her virginity, but it’s time to grow up.

The only problem is that a mean girl in her school manages to get her perfectly manicured hands on the anti-virginity pact. Of course, she immediately shares it with the entirety of the school, and it isn’t too long before all the students know. It’s even harder to deal with or even deny because her signature is there at the bottom.

Just like that, Meredith doesn’t have to contend with being invisible. But now she kind of wishes that she were. It’s super embarrassing that this is being spread around, and it’s obviously her own business. But just like that, her social status and dynamic of interacting with other students changes a great deal.

Now going by the other girls in the hall, they mutter things under their breath. All types of nasty names are coming her way. Perhaps even worse, the boys are the exact opposite. Having heard about her pact, they are more than willing to be a candidate to try and help her to get the checklist done. In fact, they’re lining up to do it.

A refreshing change of pace happens when she finally meets a guy that has no idea about the pact. This way, she doesn’t have to contend with a guy that’s there just for physical reasons. The two have a romance that is getting started and it’s nice. Meredith also is considering him for a way to get that first time done with, but the more time they spend together, the more she sees that they have a real connection together.

The only thing is the pact threatens to get in the way of her newly started relationship as well as her family’s foundation. Meredith also has real work to do in school to repair her reputation if that’s what she wants to do. She has to figure out whether she wants to follow her own path, please her parents, or finally become the person that she really wants to be.

Can she get closer to her new guy? Will they ultimately get together in the most intimate way, or will they go their separate ways? And can Meredity undo the damage that has been done by the pact circulating around the school? Read this book to find out what happens with Meredith and what she decides to do!

The Anti-Relationship Year is the second novel in the Pact series of fictional novels by Kate Wismer. This is a continuation of the first story but does not have to be read in conjunction with the first novel. It can be read as a stand-alone book, and they do not have to be read necessarily in order.

The main character in this story is Johanna Palmer. She’s a young woman that has become very jaded about relationships and is pretty much over them. This is partly due to her freshman year of college, where she had a pretty bad experience that was scarring. After that time, she has made the decision to go after things that are fun rather than serious.

The person that has been with her through it all is her best friend Miller, who’s witnessed many things along the way that Jo has been through. This includes the parties, the crying, the phone calls ringing early in the morning for a sober ride when she was drunk. In fact, Miller has been there so much that they’ve seen quite a few things that most likely cannot be recalled by Jo herself.

Miller isn’t quite able to forget these things so easily. However, Miller’s focused on just being a good pal to Jo. When senior year gets started, Jo just wants to move on from it all. Her goal is to get her degree and finally land a dream job. However, with all of her past there, it might not be as easy to start new as she’d hoped.

Can Johanna figure out a way to move on with her life and leave the past behind? Read The Anti-Relationship Year to find out!

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