"I don't even read the synopsis when a Julie Richman book comes out, I just click...FAST!" ~ Vi Keeland, NY Times & USA Today Bestselling Author
People think I'm a douche.
And maybe I am.
I use most people.
It's what I know.
But if I love you,
I'd die for you.
I just don't know that I'm worth loving.
Handsome, privileged bad boy Zac Moore has always played by his own rules - at school, in business, with women. He's rewritten the rules to suit his own needs and his needs are all that matter.
Serious and focused family friend Liliana Castillo has one goal. Leave the pre-Med program at Yale to help people in developing nations.
As their paths cross and uncross, a tale of love, agony, betrayal and growth is woven, transforming two people who've hidden from relationships and love.
This is a stand-alone novel.
From privileged brat to selfless man
Loved the change in Zac in this book. Previously he was an entitled rich kid that used women as he had been used. When he meets Lily, everything changes. He becomes determined to have a real relationship and prove to himself and everyone that he is worthy of love.