Having lived through the torment of losing his first love to someone else—all because he never spoke up—Sydney Maricopa vowed never to repeat that mistake again.
So when he finally admits he’s fallen for his new best friend, he refuses to lose her too, especially once he realizes his feelings for her might be requited. There’s only one problem.
Her perfect boyfriend.
Still, Sydney’s determined to fight for the girl he loves this time. He has what it takes to go up against Mr. Perfect. Most importantly, he and his new best friend have something even her boyfriend can’t compete with—their profound connection. One he intends to use to win her over.
Until he finds out what she’d be giving up if she chooses Sydney.
Something no one should ever give up. Would he dream of selfishly asking her to? Or should he do the honorable thing and sacrifice his own happiness for hers? Allow the girl he loves to sail off into the sunset with another man as he stands back and watches in agony . . . again?
Their relationship starts out as a simple easy friendship of convenience with both living in the same building. Their friendship builds but at the ripe age of 19, Emi really isn't looking for long-term and Sydney nearing 30 worries with their age difference if they want different things out of life.
Soon though neither can deny their obvious chemistry or how perfect they are for each other (well, at least to themselves since they sure don't advertise their mutual attraction). The only problem? She's dating a baseball player who's a noted heartthrob and he's not exactly single either.
Will Sydney fight to win her over despite all the obstacles or stay silent and watch another girl get away? Grab your copy today and find out!
I loved this book! It was a fantastic addition to the long list of Ms. Reyes titles you just have to read! I really enjoyed catching up with the large Moreno/Romero clan and meeting more fabulous characters that make you feel like you really know these characters. The authenticity to the characters and their journeys are always a pleasure to read and I can not recommend this author more!