Recommended for 16+ due to some language, underage drinking, and slight sexual content
Moving on after a tragedy can be impossible, especially when you’ve been dealing with those tragedies for over two years. But it’s her senior year, and Harley Anderson is more than ready to do just that, even though the skeletons in her closet can’t exactly be hidden.
Enter Mason Daniel, the egotistical, sexy, surfer boy from California. A boy with his own hidden demons, and an even bigger secret agenda. Mason isn’t right for Harley. He knows this better than anyone. He’s the epitome of a runner, a guy who takes what he can get, only to split a short while later. But he can’t deny the emotions that Harley brings out of him, so he’s going to break his rules for once.
He should have known what it would lead to…
Two kindred souls, both lost and then found. Will they fail in their search for contentment and happiness, or will they instead find true love when it’s least expected?
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“Come on, David. You know you want to at least try to go! Pretty please, with a big, delicious cherry on top…for me?” Harley Anderson seriously thought she’d never live to see this day. This one, single day when she’d be down on her knees, arms outstretched in mock prayer, begging and pleading with her twin David to go with her to their high school’s first football game of the season.
“It’s not going to happen, Harley, so just lay the hell off for once, would you?” David barked, pushing past her. His jaw clenched in what was probably irritation, but Harley knew what was best for him. He had to go to that game. David was a sports fanatic, had been since the day their father first placed a football in his chubby, toddler hands. Harley knew, without a doubt, that he’d regret this day if he stayed at home to mope like the skilled loner he’d become.
Harley settled her arms over her chest, and threw herself onto the floor. Her eyes narrowed, her lips pursed in frustration, and she groaned. This couldn’t be happening! She turned her head to watch him wheel away, his anger becoming more evident when he whipped his shoes off and threw them against the closet door. Harley snorted and shook her head. Great… He was in that kind of mood today. Lucky for him, she knew just exactly what to do.
Now…if only he’d listen to her.