I fell in love with my best friend but he didn't love me back.
Sounds like a cheesy line from a country song, right? Too bad it's the story of my life.
I thought that I’d moved on, swore he was the one.
But that facade began to fade in the flash of a half-carat diamond ring.
Now years later, here I am, running back to the boy who broke my adolescent heart, hoping that just maybe, he’ll be the one to piece it back together.
I fell in love with my best friend while she fell in love with him.
Ironically, it was my own damn fault. I practically served her up on a silver platter.
So I turned to my second love, basketball, moving across the country to escape.
For years, I’ve been sitting on the sidelines watching, waiting.
Now it's time to make my move.
No more fouling out.
This time, I'm going to score
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A childhood friends to lovers romance
My first solo book by this author and I read it with ease and would definitely read more.
The characters were frustrating but I enjoyed the journey, the will they won't they get it on kind of scenario, the hiding of their feelings until the perfect time, the push and the pull, the bad decisions, it was all good.
Colton and Alex had basically been friends since they left their mothers wombs. Their parents were friends and they spent every moment together. Their parents had high hopes of them getting together one day but despite how they started to feel for one another when they hit their teenage years neither made a move to be more so their friendship would stay in tact.
Colton eventually moved away for college, Alex had a boyfriend but both felt like a piece of them was missing.
A predictable read, the characters were frustrating but it was all part of their story and I found it enjoyable, so much so I read it from start to finish in one sitting and immediately looked at what else I could read from this author.
Told in first person dual pov and leads to a hea Available in KU.