Hannah Smalls made an important discovery. In the whole of the university library, one spot reigns supreme. The Chair provides comfort while encouraging productivity. It is everything Hannah could ever want from a study space, which is why she has decided to spend the majority of sophomore year nestled in its cushiony embrace. There's only one problem ...
A messy-haired, sleepy-eyed, cocky junior has the same exact plan.
Nathan Cooper's roommate has made studying in his apartment impossible. Luckily, he found The Spot, an optimal place in the library to get work done without any distraction. Well, other than the cute girl who beats him there half the time. He shouldn't let her fierce glares throw him off his game, but Nathan finds himself enjoying their daily competition.
Despite lost battles for the coveted library territory, both students are determined to win the war ... by any means necessary.
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About the Author
Lauren Connolly works as an academic librarian when she’s not crafting love stories. This means she’s used to researching random topics—from revitalizing rural communities in Japan to the stigma held against horse slaughter and consumption in the United States. (That last one was a bit difficult, what with her being a vegetarian, but she did it!)
In her free time, Lauren wrestles with her grumpy cocker spaniel, named after her favorite pop culture librarian; drives or flies long distances to visit family and friends around the world; reminds herself she should do something healthy, like lift weights or yoga; and stays up past her bedtime to read “just one more page.”