I messed up.
I admitted to the girl of my dreams I’m in love with her, only to have her run away. Why don’t they ever warn you things like that happen?
Now that we’re paired up for a class project, I have to figure out a way to keep things from being weird between us. I can’t lose her again.
We shared a kiss the night after I broke up with my boyfriend of three years. A heart-stopping, panty-melting kiss I still dream about. But I wasn’t ready then for anything more.
Now that I am, he’s unavailable. What will it take to get us both on the same page – and stay there?
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wanted to write a book where the confession of love starts at the beginning of the novel, and then doesn't go where the character expects. So often in romance novels, the admitting to being in love is positively received, but what do you do when it's not? What happens from there? How do the two main characters now interact? Will they be able to find their way to a happily ever after?
These are all questions I wanted to explore in this second chance take on romance.