Publisher Description

It was complicated, it was also just the beginning.

A decision.

A simple choice.

There is always that one moment in life where things could have been different. That one moment where you could have chosen a path that would lead you down a certain road. 

A different life. 

It was easier to pretend that we were still best friends, and that she was my girl and I was her boy. 

Pretending was better than knowing the truth...

I. Ruined. Us.

I had her. 

I lost her. 

I love her.

All I did was complicate us.


Standalone series. New Adult Contemporary Romance: Strong language and sexual content, not intended for readers under 18.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
September 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Author M. Robinson
SELLER
M. Robinson
SIZE
1.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Tiggy/Cookie ,

Complicate Me

First time reading this author. Good writer who wrote a compelling story of young star crossed lovers. It held my interest throughout even though I am a mature reader. Because I am, it could be a little too descriptive for my taste, useing language for body parts that turn me off rather than turn me on. But these days I am sure I am in the minority judging from all the writers who are doing the same thing, and all the readers who don’t seem to mind it in their rave reviews and don’t mention it.

Miko_B ,

Amazing

I haven’t felt so connected to a story in such a long time. Being able to watch these characters grow up was so heart wrenching and special.

I admit, a re-edit, republish would be very ideal, but the story remains perfectly unmatched. This is raw and beautifully written. The intensity of each milestone truly resonates with the readers.

I definitely can picture, and am crossing my fingers, this making its way into a movie.

Hanaorann ,

Decent

The plot and idea of the book is honestly heartbreaking and sweet and everything that I’m looking for in a love story. BUT, I could not for the love of all great things finish it due to how unsupportive all the other characters were towards Alex and Lucas. It’s just messed up and too repetitive.

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