Blue Rivers can't seem to escape her past. It always seems to haunt her and drag her back into its abyss. Her mother is doing time and she's left as the only caregiver to her young brother. She's convinced herself that she's not worthy of love and never will be. When she gets paired off with straight-A student Corbyn Coleman, she slightly changes her stance that all men are the dogs, because h's kind, sweet and generous with his time, patient with her; best of all he's genuine. Unfortunately, his brother got to her first,and she has to keep her distance and fight her feeling for Corbyn. But after a painful, messy breakup, that leaves her shattered and damaged she finds herself turning to the safety of Corbyn's arms.
Blue is a bad girl. Corbyn is a good boy. How will they make this work?
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