Can she trust in his love, when all she’s ever known is heartbreak?
Alessandra “Ale” Ridley, lawyer extraordinaire, attentive best-friend, cool aunt, Star Wars expert, Fortnite guru . . . is lonely.
Ale has a good life, a great career, amazing friends who are more like family. Yet, despite her thriving life, past experiences have left her feeling vulnerable, afraid to believe she’s worthy of romance, let alone her own love story. She’s been the second choice, the one left pining. At this point, she’s ready to fade off into the background of life.
Until Nathan Prescott shows up.
With his ridiculously blue eyes, dark hair, tanned skin, and phenomenal body, so close to perfect that Ale is still not convinced he is not the poster child for Photoshop. He could have anyone. Ale can hardly believe he wants her.
Nathan says all the right things at the right time, and he isn’t running away from her quirky traits like so many others before him have done. In fact, he encourages her to become her true self, helping Ale to see that she deserves to be romanced, and to be someone’s first choice.
It all seems too good to be true. And, maybe . . . it is.