Love means letting another person in and making yourself vulnerable...

After her beautiful, ultra-competitive mom crosses an unpardonable line, Ellie Martin runs to college to escape her sucky life. And find the one thing she's always wanted—the answer to a family secret. She has only one focused goal–-find and confront her bio dad, who doesn’t even know she exists. Then she meets Logan. Hot, charming, and troubled. Girls drooling over him at every opportunity. With mercurial moods and as full of secrets as she is. He turns her world upside down and puts all her plans in jeopardy.

Rich bad boy, former baseball star Logan Walker seems to have everything, including more girls than he can handle. But he's hiding a shameful and painful secret. One that nearly cost him everything. When he meets the beautiful and mysterious Ellie at a campus Week of Welcome event, he recognizes a girl with secrets as deep as his. Finally a girl worth being vulnerable for. A girl who could help him heal. But the timing is so wrong.

Their attraction and love for each other is as delicate as the web of secrets they each hide behind. As their truths are revealed, will their reckless longing survive the fallout?

WARNING: This book is rated double A (angst and adult themes) and contains strong language and a powerful sense of being young and in love. A coming of age romance, it's not for the jaded, the hard of heart, or those who don't enjoy a good love story. 

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  • new adult and college romance contemporary romance coming of age romance family secrets Gina Robinson
    Language: English / Published: 08 October 2013


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    Gina Robinson

    Gina Robinson lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children. She was not a prankster in college, although she knows a good many people who were. They will remain nameless to protect the guilty. She married her college sweetheart and has never forgotten that wonderful feeling of falling in love.

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