I’m coming to the end of the line for I Loved You First. Or so I hope. I’m writing the last chapter, though my mind keeps telling me this piece could be a little longer. Right now I’m anxious to be done with it though. I love it, but my mind is on other stories waiting to be written. Anyway, I’ve been working on a back cover blurb. Today I’m in a sharing kind of mood, so here it is. 🙂
My best friend was more than just a best friend to me. Three words summed it up: I heart him. I’d never tell him though. I wasn’t stupid. Besides, what he’d told no one but me was a little something I wished I could forget… or ignore. He was gay. I guess gay wouldn’t be so bad if I wasn’t so in love with him. Now it was just cruel.
Stereotypes run amok in this college love story: Parties, alcohol, hookups, and breakups. Alexandria Carmichael may find it a bit much as she deals with the unreturned love from the boy who completes her. When all is revealed, not only does she risk losing her best friend forever, but also herself. Without her childhood companion for support, Alexandria takes a journey of self-discovery but fears what she’ll find at the end.
It’s my first attempt at a New Adult novel. I plan on trying it out on my daughters first.