The Zodiac Series (14 Books)
The Idol Who Became Her World
The journey to fame and stardom would have been a whole lot smoother if they hadn't fallen in love...
Lucinda Williams knew she was going to attend Julliard and learn from the best dance teachers. Nothing was going to stop her dream of dancing on Broadway.
Nothing except a scrawny Korean kid who had attended every dance academy summer programs with her.
In a world where Lee Minhyuk was banned from social media and they had to keep in touch with long, hand-written letters in each other's languages, Lucinda knew she had fallen in love with Minhyuk.
And this was the summer she was going to tell him how she felt.
Minhyuk was going to become an idol. With his two best friends, they were going to become members of the next big K-pop group. Jaehoon could rap, Sungil could hit the high notes, and with Minhyuk's dancing, nothing was going to stop them.
Nothing except a small American dancer called Lucinda he had fallen in love with.
Finally accepted into Atlantis Entertainment, the only thing that could stop Minhyuk's dream of a debut is a girlfriend...
The Girl Who Gave Him The Moon
Lucinda fell in love with a K-Pop idol. On the other side of the world, that idol fell in love with her.
All Lucinda ever wanted to do was dance. With only a couple of years before she graduates and can audition to Julliard, her dreams are leading her down a different path. With the opportunity to learn new styles of dancing, as well as see her boyfriend, King, Lucinda moved across the world to attend the SLA.
Lee Minhyuk, aka King, is caught up in a scandal which is threatening his career, and the only chance he has to salvage it is to be the ideal idol at Atlantis Entertainment. That means returning to the Seoul Leadership Academy and keeping a low profile, being a good student, and certainly no girls.
When the SLA joins in partnership with Atlantis Entertainment, the students are given an opportunity to audition and become idols. This is the second chance King needs to protect his future, but their relationship is the price that is needed.
Their relationship survived with 7,000 miles between them, but can it survive with King and Lucinda being at the same school?
The Dancer Who Saved Her Soul
The journey back to the top is always difficult after a fall from grace.
When her father declares bankruptcy and her mother demands a divorce, Yerin’s world is turned upside down. Once the most powerful student at the Seoul Leadership Academy, her family’s disgrace leads to even her friends turning on her.
Rookie idol group, Bright Boys has been permanently disbanded, but Atlantis has a plan for Seungjin and the other former members.
When the SLA partners with Atlantis Entertainment, offering the chance to debut in two new groups, both Seungjin and Yerin know this might be the only opportunity they have to take control of their futures.
But being a trainee isn’t as easy.
No longer the popular girl, and struggling to keep up, Yerin might be the reason girl group Glitter don’t debut. Meanwhile, boy group, Zodiac is suffering from the lingering controversy of the Bright Boys scandal.
The only thing keeping Yerin and Seungjin going is each other, but that might be the same thing that ruins it all.
The Leader Who Fell From The Sky
She was supposed to represent him, not fall in love with him.
Hard work and dedication had given law student Noh Nayeon an internship within the legal department of a K-pop Entertainment company. It wasn't quite the area of business law she had been aiming for, but even she knew it was a great opportunity, especially for someone from such a modest background.
But when Nayeon lands the Bright Boys case, she knows that something isn't right. No one knows the details surrounding Park Hyunseo's lawsuit, but instead of giving him the best lawyer at Atlantis, they're assigning him the intern with no court experience.
Bright Boys disbanding was Park Hyunseo's fault. Everyone knew it, including him, but the one promise he had to keep meant he couldn't tell anyone why he did what he did. It was understandable that everyone, including his company, would lose faith in him.
Everyone but Nayeon.
Despite being unable to tell her the truth, Nayeon is determined to prove Hyunseo's innocence, even at the risk of damaging her own career and dream in the process.
The Boy Who Showed Her The Stars
The Voice Who Found Her Confidence