by Katie Charles


by Katie Charles



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Jamie's family has been broken since she was ten years old, and she was placed with her aunt and uncle who were childless on purpose. As much as they thought they hid their resentment for the "obligation", she knew.

When Jamie turns eighteen, she decides to take her life -- and her trust fund -- in hand and find her own way. She leaves Florida for New York to pursue her dreams at Clarkmore University.

In the first week, she meets roommates Scott Scotch and Duncan Buchanan. One is the perfect boy for her, the other is his roommate... problem is, Jamie doesn't quite see at first which is which. She also meets Professor Drew Bond, who becomes so much more than just a teacher of anthropology to her, but a mentor, a friend, a confidant, and in many ways the father figure she has missed for the last eight years.

Jamie has this image in her mind of the perfect family, the picture perfect life. But pictures can be faked. Perfect is what you make it. Perfect isn't always obvious, and it takes a severe reality check and a moment of heartbreak like none she's felt in ten years to make Jamie see what has been in front of her all along.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940164615246
Publisher: Irish Eyes Books
Publication date: 08/16/2020
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 446 KB

About the Author

My name is Katie Charles and I began writing young adult romance when I was sixteen. I attended a local California high school and spend most of my time in the band room, and now I am a student at Vanguard University. I play four types of instruments: baritone saxophone, alto saxophone, guitar and piano. I spend any spare time I have either reading or writing with music playing in the background. I barely watch TV, mainly because I get angry at the actors or animators over how poor of a job was done. So I do my best to write things the way they should have happened.
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