Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas
“We had a great chemistry. Until we met, we didn’t know each other.”
I can’t help but chuckle as I read the letter she wrote to me. She’s thinking about me.
My instructor assigned us pen buddies from a different school in fifth grade. The other instructor mistook me for a girl because of my name, Misha, and assigned me to Ryen, one of her students. Because she assumed Ryen was a boy like me, my teacher also agreed.
We discovered the error in a matter of minutes. We were bickering over anything and everything in no time. The best pizza for delivery. It’s Android vs. iPhone. It’s debatable if Eminem is the best rapper of all time or not.
That was the beginning. It was just us for the next seven years.
Her correspondence is usually written in silver ink on black paper. I require them on a daily basis, even if just one is available in a given week. In my life, she is the only one who is able to keep me on course, talk me down, and embrace all of my imperfections.
Three rules were all we had. Social media, phone numbers and photos are not permitted. We were having a terrific time. What’s the point of ruining it?
That is, until I come across a picture of a woman on the internet. Ryen is her name, and she’s a huge fan of Gallo’s pizza and her iPhone. Are there any other possibilities?
That’s it. I want to get to know her.
When I open the door, I don’t anticipate to be disappointed.
He hasn’t written anything in three months. There’s a problem. Is he dead now? What will happen if you get arrested? Knowing Misha, neither of these is a surprise.
I’m going berserk without him at my side. I need to know that someone is paying attention to what I have to say. I’m the one to blame. My apologies for not securing his contact information in advance.
He could be lost to history for all time.
Or it could be right in front of me and I wouldn’t notice.
The Love Hypothesis (Love Hypothesis, #1) by Ali Hazelwood
In her third year as a PhD candidate, Olive Smith does not believe in long-term partnerships, but her best friend does, and that’s what brought her into this scenario. Even with all of the Jedi mind tricks, convincing scientists like Anh that Olive was seeing someone and was on her way to a happily ever after was never going to be easy. As a result, Olive panics and kisses the first male she comes across, like any other scientist.
Adam Carlsen, a young hotshot academic and well-known scumbag, is the individual in question. As a result, Olive is taken aback when Stanford’s reigning lab tyrant offers to act as her fictitious lover and keep her deception a secret. Adam’s unwavering support and his even more unwavering… six-pack abs are put to the test when a major science conference goes horribly wrong, putting Olive’s career on the line.
Suddenly, their experiment feels as though it is on the verge of exploding. Only one thing is missing from Olive’s life, and it isn’t anything she can control.
The Deal (Off-Campus, #1) by Elle Kennedy
Here you’ll find a different cover design for the book.
A deal with the collegiate bad boy is about to be struck…
Finally, Hannah Wells has found the one. She may be confident in other areas, but when it comes to sexual relations, she’s got a lot of baggage. Even if it means tutoring the obnoxious, juvenile, egotistical hockey team captain in exchange for a faux date, she’ll have to push herself out of her comfort zone if she wants to capture her crush’s attention.
…and it’s going to be a lot of fun.
Until now, Garrett Graham’s only goal in life has been to play professional hockey after college, but his deteriorating grade point average is putting that dream at risk. As long as it helps him secure his place on the team, he’ll do everything for a snarky brunette. Garrett quickly learns that pretending isn’t going to cut it as one chance kiss turns into the wildest sex of their life. Now all he needs to do is persuade Hannah that the man she desires resembles him.
The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas
A wedding is taking place at this time. A journey to the beautiful country of Spain. The most abrasive person I’ve ever encountered. In addition, there will be three days of acting like nothing happened. An indefensible plan, in other terms.
Finally, Catalina Martn is not a bachelorette. Her family is thrilled that she will be attending her sister’s wedding with her American lover in tow. Witness the year’s most magnificent event, which is open to all.
In the small Spanish town where I grew up, that would very surely be the day’s lead story. Or the inscription on my tombstone, realizing how quickly my life had changed.
For a four-week period, finding someone willing to go from New York City to Spain for a wedding was a challenge. Let alone someone who is ready to join in on the fun. In spite of this, it didn’t imply that I was desperate enough to bring the 6’4 blue-eyed anguish standing in front of me.
Blackford, Aaron. To my horror, the man whose whole purpose in life seemed to be to raise my blood pressure had just offered to be my date. On top of all that, after calling me delusional and saying he was my best choice. See? Outrageous. Aggravating. The temperature is rising in my body. And to my utter dismay, I was also correct. Because of this, I was left with an even more daunting problem on my hands. Is it worth it to bring my coworker and constant nemesis to my sister’s wedding as my pretend boyfriend? Or would it have been better for me to be honest and take responsibility for my panic-induced lie?
Que Dios nos pille confisados, as my grandmother would say.
The Spanish Love Deception is a romantic comedy about a couple who scam their way into a relationship. If you’re seeking for a sensual slow-burn romance with a heartwarming Happy Ever After, look no further.