Nothing Wrong With Being a Tomboy
People say that love is in every corner... looks like Riley's been walking in circles. You see, Riley is a proud tomboy and she loves being one of the guys, but there is a problem: she likes Ayden, the campus Casanova. She knows he won't be interested in her and she accepts her defeat. After all, being a tomboy doesn't attracts a ladies' man. But what happens when Riley gets trapped with Ayden's best friend, Andrew, and things get complicated? Will Riley get entangled in love's tricks and games? Will she be able to resist love in where she least expects it? Or will she finally succeed in having Ayden interested in her?
Their hearts will never be the same.
"I didn't mean to fall in love, but I did."
[WARNING: Might have a serious illness of unprofessional grammar. Be kind enough to understand that this condition is normal for a book written by a teenager who wrote it at sixteen years of age. If you're not a certificated grammarian, don't dare to comment about the lack of healthy grammar and syntax this story has. It's obvious. I'm aware of it. Read at own risk. And I apologize for the long warning, but such things are quite entertaining to write. ]