For some ungodly reason, I, Sydney Burton, wanted to see Scott my lifelong rival, again at a scheduled time and place.
College was supposed to be my second chance.
An opportunity to re-invent myself from the girl I once was.
And then he showed up. Scott Sawyer.
It’s like a never-ending nightmare! Of all the places he could’ve attended…
Still…there’s something different about him.
Like, his core’s gotten a little less rotten.
Maybe I judged this apple a little too quickly…?
College was going to be my break from, well, heartbreak.
But, of course whoever’s in charge of the universe has a sick sense of humor.
She’s on the same campus as me. Sydney Burton
As obnoxious and hot-headed as I remembered, but…
We’re older now. I feel…different.
Maybe this is a chance to try again?
Loose possessions is a laugh a minute story about two people who just love to hate each other.
Targeted Age Group:: 25-55
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've all my life aspired to write romcom novels, this is the first of many I hope!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Wow, this is a hard one!
Well I love enemies to lovers tropes but I needed something epic, a life long rivalry, 80k word book is exactly that.
That's why I first wrote a 30k prequel 🙂
So basically, how can two children be enemies? Well, they needed to compete since they had 10 years and that's how I came up with Sydney and Scott.
And then I slapped him straight across the face.
Jesus Christ, if I thought the world had gone silent before, that was nothing compared to how quiet it’d gotten now. There was a collective of gasps, sure, but that slap echoed across the field. Everyone in the stands went silent, the rest of the football team just stared at me, dumbfounded. I mean, I couldn’t blame them; who in their right mind slapped a perfect stranger, someone giving another an award, no less? But they don’t know Scott as I do. No one here did.
Which…only occurred to me a few seconds after I’d done the deed.
I didn’t even have time to think about how quickly I’d just potentially ruined my chance at a fresh start.
And then she slapped me across the face.
Part of me had expected it, honestly. That particular part had been screaming not to do it, how stupid of an idea it was, how pissed off she’d be afterward, and how I would for sure be getting some hellish retribution. But, I did it anyway. I kissed Sydney Burton, right in front of a chunk of my fellow college peers.
And she slapped the shit out of me and made a beeline back to campus.
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