He taught me how to keep my emotions in check and how the outside world is a cruel place. He said there was no such thing as love, because love hurts people, and it makes people weak.
He said I wasn't weak.
My whole world changed when I met Ryan. He made me feel different, in a good way. As our friendship progressed so did my feelings. Feelings I wasn't supposed to have. And I wasn't sure they'd be reciprocated. After a stint in jail, it only made his heart harder.
But I was always the one there, to pick up the pieces. I just wasn't sure how long I'd keep doing it. I was just a dumb girl in love with a guy that I couldn't have
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About the Author
Renea Porter is best known for writing realistic stories with realistic characters. Her stories may even cause you to shed a tear or two. She mainly writes New Adult and Contemporary Romances. However, she's not afraid to venture into other genre's like Paranormal Romance.
She enjoys spending time with her husband of fourteen years, and step son. She calls Pennsylvania home, but loves to travel and try new things. In her free time you can catch her reading books, watching reality tv, and baking.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Games We Play is a young adult/friends to lovers romance. A friendship that started in their childhood turns to a love that neither side wants to admit to. Their bond is strong and they go through times full of trouble to get to their HEA. The dialogue is spot on for the age of the characters of this story. Fans of New Adult genre will enjoy this read.