Cover Reveals: Bennu Firebirds Series by Cait Marie

They set off to chase their dreams, but they had no idea just how far they’d go.

The first three Bennu Firebirds books by Cait Marie are releasing the summer of 2021! This college romance series is full of ups and downs with plenty of fluff to go around, but more about the books later. First, let’s see all three covers designed by Stephanie Anderson at Alt 19 Creative!










Series Blurb

When Kaley, Eliza, and Maya applied to Bennu University, they wanted to chase their dreams. They just had no idea how big those dreams would grow.

Kaley has wanted to make it to Broadway since she was a child. Bennu is a great way to do that, but she’s struggling with one of her classes. The person who agrees to help her study? Her favorite baseball player, Jackson Williams, who happens to be her brother’s best friend. Oh, and her dad is the coach. They know they need to stay just friends, but they can’t fight the pull toward one another. When the lines start to blur, Jax needs to decide whether he’s willing to risk his friendship with her brother and his spot on the Firebirds or if he can leave behind the one girl who reminds him that there is still some good in the world.

Eliza isn’t an actress like her friends. She’d rather come up with the stories than star in them. When she took up a couple summer jobs on campus, hoping to use the quiet time to write, she had no idea the next big romantic comedy would be filming there. The star? Her life-long celebrity crush, Lucas Warner. As she tags along with her best friend around set, she and Lucas inevitably become friends. But even if he didn’t have a girlfriend, he wouldn’t want to drag the sweet, clumsy girl into his chaotic world. No matter how much he wants to be the one to corrupt the innocence out of her.

Maya got the role of a lifetime. She’s the lead in the next Lucas Warner movie, her two best friends have found love, everything is going better than they ever imagined. So why isn’t she happy? It might have something to do with the intolerable rock star on set who seems to be making it his personal mission to irritate her. He’s the cliché bad boy, and normally, she’d be all over that, but not when it’s Xander Lewis. Not when it’s the boy she went to camp with for years, who doesn’t seem to remember her. He was her first crush, her first kiss. He will not be the next one.

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Making the Play:
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Missing the Beat: 

*Paperbacks will be available internationally on release day as well!

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More About the Author

All her life, Cait Marie has loved fairy tales. When she discovered a passion for writing in 2015, she knew she had finally found the right path.

Cait is the creator and manager of Functionally Fictional. In 2019, she joined the indie staff of YA Books Central as a reviewer and then Indie Co-Manager in 2020. From 2017 to 2020, she held multiple positions within Coffee House Writers, including C.O.O., Editor, Advertising Supervisor, and Writer.  She graduated with honors in 2019 from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, and she is currently enrolled in their Master of Fine Arts program.

She lives in Indiana, where she freelance edits and provides a variety of other author services. When she’s not writing or reading, she can usually be found watching Disney movies, creating pages in her bullet journal, painting, or singing showtunes to annoy her family and cats.


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