Love Story (Love Unexpectedly #3)
Through the span of one wild street trip, fighting adolescence sweethearts get another opportunity at adoration in this beguiling romantic comedy—an independent novel from the USA Today top of the line creator of Blurred Lines and Good Girl.
At the point when Lucy Hawkins gets an occupation offer in San Francisco, she can hardly wait to spread her wings and abandon her little Virginia main residence behind. Her affectionate family underpins her as well as can be expected, by giving over the keys to a station wagon that is encountered more promising times. The catch? The crosscountry trip accompanies a voyaging buddy: her more seasoned sibling’s closest companion, otherwise known as the person who took Lucy’s virginity hours before making her extremely upset.
In the wake of putting in the previous four years and each and every dime looking after his wiped out father, Reece Sullivan will do pretty much anything to break free of the difficult recollections—regardless of the possibility that it implies a two-week street trip with the one young lady who’s ever constructed it past his painstakingly protected outside. In any case, after long days of quarreling in the auto transform into hot evenings in detached motel rooms, Reece discovers that, with regards to Lucy, their story is a long way from being done. Furthermore, this time, they very well might have a shot at a glad consummation.