đź’™Just a Boyfriend (End of the Line Book 2) from Sariah Wilson đź’™

The rules of love and second chances are due for a major-league shake-up in a warm, witty, and unpredictable romance by the bestselling author of The Friend Zone.

Ian “Bash” Sebastian and Ember Carlson were high school sweethearts…until their single parents got married. With one thorny twist of fate, a secret young crush went from on fire to off-limits. What could a new stepbrother do but bail? Now, after almost four years, Bash has returned to Seattle, and he’s back in Ember’s orbit at End of the Line. EOL is the go-to college for second-chance scholarships. But what about love?

Sure, the old hurts are there. So is the attraction—and it’s more magnetic than ever. Still, they’re adults now, levelheaded and just fine with the friend thing. If only to make family dinners less awkward. But when they agree to start dating other people, moving on threatens to bring them closer together than ever.

Is it time to admit their past to their parents? Even trickier, their hope for the future? Because Ember and Bash deserve a love story of their own. With all their defenses down, can they make it a happy ever after?

Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SVY3PHS



Bash was secretly dating and fell in love with Ember when they were in high school but when their parents got married he decided to do the honorable thing and not cause any waves and unable to be near Ember without being with her he left home. While he was away his life escalated into a downward spiral and he is now attending college near his hometown and trying to repair the relationship with his family.

Ember was devastated when Bash left and blames herself. She has spent the last three years trying to move forward with her life but having him return and finding out they are attending the same college is tearing the wounds that never really healed wide open.

This is sweet story about love, family and finding out what truly makes you happy. Both Ember and Bash are so considerate of others that they put themselves last until they spend time together and realize that only they can control the direction of their futures.


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