Falling for my best friend was only one part of my problem.
Barely making it through my senior year of college was the rest of it. I just survived midterms, and finals are knocking on my door with their mocking middle finger.
If I’m going to land the internship of my dreams and make a life for myself, I need to limit distractions and survive the semester. It’s hard to think that far ahead when I’m listening to my heart and bed scream for Gio. He’s half the reason my mind is a mess.
The other reason why I’m so distracted is the gorgeous, intelligent, way too hard to ignore, graduate student teaching my favorite class. I can’t think of anything else when Milo is around, especially when we’re stuck together in a blizzard. Like the melting ice around us, I don’t stand a chance.
I know I need to stop, to distance myself from both of them, and that’s why I’m determined to focus on myself. I have to figure out who I am, what I want, and get myself together.
But what do I do when real, life-altering love slips away?
Will it all be too much, or will I learn that my gorgeous, perfect distraction was worth the risk?
Getting lost in the pages of a book is Fiona’s favorite escape. Bouncing between YA, contemporary, and romantic suspense, Fiona writes about love because she believes the world needs more of it. Writing from the Pacific Northwest, Fiona can be found creating memories with her family, and daydreaming of her next story while wandering the aisles of local bookstores and coffee shops in the rain.