Zander is making the right decisions to fight the indifference that has shaped his life. When one of those decisions leaves him temporarily homeless, he never expected to gain a new friend.
Nessa is real, she’s honest, and she believes in him. Zander longs to be authentic. He’s been pretending, playing a part, for as long as he can remember.
But Nessa is pretending, too. Pretending she isn’t exhausted, that the world isn’t too loud, and that she doesn’t have a book full of notes that might explain why she’s always been a little different.
As she’s learning to trust herself, she might even realize that she doesn’t need to hide who she is.
They’re unexpected roommates, unlikely friends, and maybe something more—something real.
All the Wrong Shelves can be read as a standalone. It’s book two in the Without Filter Series.
All the Wrong Shelves is a low-angst, slow burn, steamy, slightly forbidden (brother’s best friend), new adult romance, and it takes place in Copenhagen. It’s an own-voices story with a heroine who realizes she’s autistic, written by an autistic author.