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I’m in love with my best friend…
Like all sad stories, mine begins with Johnnie Walker Red, bad decisions…
And a dick pic.
During a wild night, my teammates start goofing around. Riding me about my childhood crush, Cora.
I love my sweet, smart Cora with all my heart. Since catching fireflies in a mason jar. Since holding hands behind the jungle gym. Since forever.
If I put my heart on the line, she might reject me and shatter it into a million pieces.
It would be over before it even had a chance.
But with one press of a button, her entire knitting circle sees my junk.
Even her grandma.
But they don’t know it’s me in that filthy picture. Whew. Crisis averted.
Until Cora figures out the truth.
Now one silly mistake just might take away my one chance with the woman who holds my heart in the palm of her hand.
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Blaine Rice is a professional hockey player who is content with his life except for the fact that his feelings for his best friend Cora run much deeper but he doesn’t want to ruin the most important relationship in his life. All it will take is one text to the wrong person that will set in play a chain reaction that becomes a gamechanger.
Cora enjoys her job as a teacher, has a great relationship with her family and even though she is in love with her best friend Blaine she would rather have him in her life as friend than not have him in her life as all. When circumstances conspire to re-evaluate their relationship it will either be the best thing to happen to them or the worst.
Although Blaine and Cora’s journey wasn’t without its complications once they opened their hearts to each other there was no denying that they belonged together.