Chase Hillier has plans, and nothing will cause her to deviate from them. So far, they're pretty simple: Get through her first year of college with good grades, read a lot of books, and hopefully find a cute boyfriend who could turn into her husband someday. She's got it all mapped out. No one is going to stand in her way. Not even her roommate, Cordelia Scott.
Cordelia Scott has her own plans: Get through her freshman year without too many panic attacks, figure out what the hell she wants to major in, and meet a guy who finally makes her heart flutter.
Fate has other plans for the two when they end up as roommates and neither of them can stop thinking about the other. They're both absolutely sure that they like boys and not girls. But their sparks can't be extinguished and they realize there is a lot more to their connection with each other than either of them thought. How will they navigate a path that neither of them planned on taking?
Other books by Chelsea M. Cameron:
Nocturnal (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book One)
Nightmare (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Two)
Neither (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Three)
Neverend (The Noctalis Chronicles, Book Four)
Whisper (The Whisper Trilogy, Book One)
Deeper We Fall (Fall and Rise, Book One)
Faster We Burn (Fall and Rise, Book Two)
Together We Heal
My Favorite Mistake (Available from Harlequin)
My Sweetest Escape (Available from Harlequin)
Our Favorite Days (My Favorite Mistake, Book Three)
Surrendering to Us
For Real (Rules of Love, Book One)
For Now (Rules of Love, Book Two)
Behind Your Back
Back to Back
Bend Me, Break Me
Brooks (Benson Brothers, Book One)
Second Kiss (Violet Hill, Book One)
Double Exposure (Violet Hill, Book Two) Second Chance (Violet HIll, Book Three)
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I’ve been following the author on twitter for a few months and when I saw she came out with a new book, I bought it as soon as I was paid, and it was such a good decision. This story is exactly what I wanted out of a book. It was relatable as a queer person, and so realistic that all their friends were LGBTQ+. I honestly loved this book. It was hard to put down! It was well written, and while I don’t usually enjoy multiple POVs, it was done so well in this book that I forgot I even dislike multiple POVs! I love love love this book, and it’s one of those books I can see myself rereading over and over!