WHO SAYS YOU NEED TO HAVE A BROKEN HEART TO MOVE ON?
"If a person is just not that into you, then the only thing to do is DITCH!"
- Avalon Georgine Ainsley Lange Michaels, Ave for short, the romantic-cynic who never had her heart broken. Ever.
Avalon has problems like any typical girl her age, namely:
• Being a disappointment to her snobby self-righteous and perfectionist family
• High school dramas
• Wardrobe malfunctions and bad hair days
• Lacking female qualities
• Social awkwardness
• Liking the wrong guys
• Being friend-zoned by aforementioned guys
The list goes on.
SHE HAS A SECRET...
Ave Michaels, high school student and resident rebel by day.
Lane Maxwell, elusive rising video-game writer by night.
It wasn't long when her club's pet project and video game design, HellFire, caught the eyes of not just by investors but also of one of the country's biggest publishing houses, PULSE. Avalon finds herself offered with an opportunity to prove her writing prowess and become a full-fledged writer.
THE CHALLENGE: MAKE A ROMANCE NOVEL...
Sounds easy, right?
It turns out writing romance books isn't the same as reading them - especially for someone who has never fallen in love or believed in fairytales. Taking the advice of her friends, they come up with The Exes and The Why's list. A list where she gets to relive everything that went wrong with all the guys she dates and the things that were right. Add in the guy who only sees her as a friend, the guy she shares a long unnamed rivalry with and the broodingly enigmatic new guy who shows up in town out of the blue.
All of a sudden, she finds herself questioning everything in her life, every decision she ever made so far - including her rule.
THE QUESTION IS...
Could her DITCH rule really be as heartbreak-proof as it says?
Should she still hang on to the security it provides - even if it might be the thing keeping her from letting herself fall in love and getting the guy?
Warning: Slow updates. Occasional re-editing. Some profane language. Mature-ish scenes.
All characters in this book including their town are all works of fiction.
Disclaimer: The original image for the book cover belongs to a photographer named Brandon Woelfel. He is an amazing photographer and I consider myself a fan of his. Aside from that, the rest of the editing was made by me.
Copyright © 2018 by Andrea Cassandra Lei Meñosa
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