A girl. A student president. A teacher. A big secret.
“If you snitch, I tell”
Paige Levine is your average wallflower. She keeps a low profile, less than a handful of friends, and a clean track record. She also has the hots for her childhood friend slash hotshot teacher. When she discovers the student council president, Brett Boyce’s, dirty little secret, the tables are turned and she’s blackmailed into becoming his personal maid. Enter a love-hate relationship that almost always guarantees a roller coaster of emotions, a complicating past, and an uncertain future.
Please be advised, that although this novel is mostly labeled as a romantic-comedy, the novel contains but is not limited to mature scenes, violence, mild profanity and related discussions that are graphic in nature, reader discretion is therefore advised. The purpose of these themes in the story is not intended to promote or humor such themes, but rather tell a story true to the nature or personalities of the characters and their growth throughout the story.
I love him. I hate him. I love them both.
Life is going great or at least that’s what the right side of my brain is telling me. I got my dream job as a school counselor at Rose County High and married the love of my life…
Okay I lied. I’m on the brink of divorce. There are days when I hate my job, I slept with my client’s father, and I think I’m going to jail for violating ethics.
…stupid Ulysses Grant…
Kelsey Fairweather nee Hassing has everything. She snagged herself a handsome hotshot doctor for a husband, a dream job, and the best weekly orgasm. She’s also on the brink of divorce, potentially violating ethics, and fighting a war against her heart, body, and mind. When her first one night stand comes knocking on her door as her client’s father and an attractive proposition, will she keep her legs closed long enough to see the light of her divorce papers? Or will she learn to let bygones be bygones for a second chance with her husband?
From Wattpad to Amazon: Lotus, a short story.
Why does a lotus bloom on mud? The 10 year old Lily discovers the answer to this question living in the countryside with her grandparents.