Abbi Glines

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Abbi Glines
Born Abigail Potts[1][2]
(1977-04-16) April 16, 1977 (age 40)
Birmingham, Alabama[3][4][5]
Nationality American
Genre new-adult fiction
Spouse Keith Austin Glines[6]
Children Keith Austin Glines jr
Anabelle Glines
Ava Glines and Emerson Pearce Sullivan
Website
www.abbiglines.com

Abbi Glines (Abigail Glines) (born 16 April 1977) is an American New York Times,[7] USA Today,[8] and Wall Street Journal [9] bestselling novelist. Her new-adult fiction titled Fallen Too Far was self-published on eBook and paperback in 2012.

The remaining of the 'Too Far' series, Never Too Far and Forever Too Far had a lot of success with the younger audience. The content of the books is rated 16+ because of the explicit content.[10] Glines is also the author of the initially self-published young adult bestselling series The Vincent Boys.[11]

Glines recently released the last of the "Too Far" series in the male lead's point of view.[12][13] The ninth book in the Rosemary Beach series, titled You Were Mine was released 2014.[14]

Family[edit]

Glines separated from her husband in September 2015, Keith Austin Glines, with whom she had three children; Keith Austin Glines Jr, Anabelle and Ava. Their divorce is still pending.

She gave birth to her fourth child, Emerson Pearce Sullivan, with her partner Jack Britton Sullivan, in October 2016.

Bibliography[edit]

The Field Party (series)[edit]

  1. Until Friday Night (2015)(West and Maggie)
  2. Under the Lights (2016)(Gunner and Willa)
  3. After the Game (2017)(Brady and Riley)
  4. Losing the Field (2018)(Nash and Tallulah)

Rosemary Beach (series)[edit]

  1. Fallen Too Far (2012) (Blaire Wynn/Rush Finlay)
  2. Never Too Far (2013) (Blaire Wynn/Rush Finlay)
  3. Rush Too Far (Fallen Too Far in Rush's POV) (2014)
  4. Forever Too Far (2013) (Blaire Finlay/Rush Finlay)
  5. Twisted Perfection (2013) (Della Sloane/Woods Kerrington)
  6. Simple Perfection (2013) (Della Sloane/Woods Kerrington)
  7. Take a Chance (2014) (Harlow Manning/Grant Carter)
  8. One More Chance (2014) (Harlow Manning/Grant Carter)
  9. Forever Mine (2014) (Bethy Lowry/Tripp Newark)
  10. Kiro's Emily (2014)
  11. When I'm Gone (2015) (Reese Ellis/Mase Colt-Manning)
  12. When You're Back (2015) (Reese Ellis/Mase Colt-Manning)
  13. The Best Goodbye (2015) (Rose Henderson/River “Captain” Kipling)
  14. Up In Flames (2016) (Nan Major/Cope)

Sea Breeze (series)[edit]

  1. Breathe (2011) (Jax Stone / Sadie White)
  2. Because of Low (2012) (Marcus Hardy / Willow "Low" Montgomery)
  3. While it Lasts (2012) (Cage York / Eva Brooks)
  4. Just For Now (2012) (Preston Drake / Amanda Hardy)
  5. Sometimes It Lasts (2013) (Cage York / Eva Brooks)
  6. Misbehaving (2013) (Jason Stone / Jess Taylor)
  7. Bad for You (2015) (Krit Corbin / Blythe Denton)
  8. Hold on Tight (2015) (Dewayne Falco / Sienna Roy)
  9. Until the End (2016) (Rock Taylor / Trisha Corbin)(Includes Epilogues of the other Sea Breeze books)

Existence Trilogy (series)[edit]

  1. Existence (2011)
  2. Predestined (2012)
  3. Leif (Novella) (2012)
  4. Ceaseless (2012)

The Vincent Boys (series)[edit]

  1. The Vincent Boys (2011) (Beau Vincent)(Beau and Ashton)
  2. The Vincent Brothers (2012) (Sawyer Vincent)(Sawyer and Lana)

Once She Dreamed (series)[edit]

  1. Once She Dreamed: Part 1 (2016)
  2. Once She Dreamed: Part 2 (2016)

Sea Breeze Meets Rosemary Beach (series)[edit]

  1. Like a Memory (2017) (Nate Finlay and Bliss York)
  2. "Because Of Lila" (2017) (Lila Kate and Cruz Kerrington)

South of the Mason Dixon (series)[edit]

  1. Boys South of the Mason Dixon (2017)

Stand Alone Novels[edit]

  • As She Fades (2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "@abk1030 I was Abbi Potts back then so Glines wouldn't have clicked :)", 27 Jun 2013, Abbi Glines on Twitter
  2. ^ Dad, December 14, 2009, Abbi Glines, Some things I miss terribly like sitting around my Mama Potts on Christmas Eve
  3. ^ Abbi Glines - QBD The Bookshop, Abbi Glines was born in Birmingham, Alabama. She grew up in the small town of Sumiton, Alabama where she left the summer she turned eighteen. She didn't get far she chased her high school sweetheart down to the coast and she's been there ever since.
  4. ^ Author Interview with Abbi Glines, 10 June 2013, Its Andrea Book Blog
  5. ^ Interview with Abbi Glines and Giveaway, By Jaz Chau, 21 July 2013, Fiction in Fiction in Fiction
  6. ^ Interview:We’ve Got a Rush Crush, April 30, 2014, 30A Street Style
  7. ^ FALLEN TOO FAR, by Abbi Glines & NEVER TOO FAR, by Abbi Glines., March 31, 2013, Combined Print & E-Book Fiction, Best Sellers - The New York Times
  8. ^ Forever Too Far by Abbi Glines, Book Review - USATODAY.com
  9. ^ Best-Selling Books, Week Ended April 28 With data from Nielsen BookScan, May 3, 2013, - WSJ (Behind paywall)
  10. ^ Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines, 9780988301313, Paperback, Barnes & Noble
  11. ^ Beyond Wizards and Vampires, to Sex, By LESLIE KAUFMANDEC. 21, 2012, NYTimes.com
  12. ^ Chance series by Abbi Glines, Goodreads
  13. ^ Rush Too Far (Too Far, #4) by Abbi Glines, Goodreads
  14. ^ You Were Mine - Abbi Glines

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