Just Friends

Just Friends

by Melody Summers


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Life is complicated when your best friend is your ex-boyfriend.

When I broke up with Ashton a year ago I expected things to get easier. We stayed best friends, but keeping our relationship strictly just friends is a lot harder than I thought. All the old feelings are still there hiding just below the surface, and it doesn't take much to bring them out again. I know it won't work, though, so I do my best to keep them under control no matter how much I'd like to give in to them. And there are days when I really, really want to give in.

On top of that I've got a major art project due while my creativity seems to have gone on permanent vacation and three overly supportive friends trying to drive me crazy with their help and advice. And now there's Dylan to complicate my life even more. He's smoking hot, smart, funny, and into me. I really like him a lot and I think he's just what I need - or at least he would be if I could manage to stop thinking about Ashton. Somehow I have to get Ashton out of my head. It's time to move on after the break up, time to live my life.

It's time for more than just friends.

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ISBN-13: 9781663582768
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 10/12/2020
Pages: 174
Sales rank: 1,142,376
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

I’m a native Texan, and I live in south Texas where I spend as much time as I can at the beach. I’m a recent college grad (journalism with creative writing), and I live with my two rescue kitties in a little apartment just across the street from the beach. When I’m not working or at the beach, I’m usually staying up way too late drinking way too much coffee while scribbling away on my current masterpiece-in-progress.

Did I mention that I like the beach? :-)

I’m a firm believer in True Love. I grew up reading romance and fell in love with falling in love. That’s probably why I decided I wanted to write my own stories. I had filled up a big stack of those giant spiral notebooks before I graduated from high school, and worked my way through several more while I was in college. After I got my degree, I decided that if I was going to do all of this writing I really ought to try publishing some of it. Since I’ve got all of the patience of a fruit fly with ADHD, I decided to self publish instead of spending who knows how long trying to find an agent and mailing manuscripts back and forth. We’ll see how it works out.

You can stalk me on my blog at https://melodysummers.wordpress.com.

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