Bruised But Not Broken
Sheyanne is like a lot of teenage girls, she enjoys spending time with her friends, she is loyal to everyone she cares about, she would do anything for the people that she loved. She has never had a real relationship, but has been hurt by guys in the past, and feels that she is not worthy of being truly loved. She has given up on ever having a relationship with a guy that is more meaningful than being pen pals. She finally finds a group of friends that seem to complete her, who value her friendship as much as she values theirs and she is happy with the way things are going.
Trouble starts when she thinks she is becoming infatuated with one of her best friends, James, because she doesn't want to lose his friendship, but she can't stop herself from wondering what could be. Should she risk losing someone who she truly values as a friend, on the chance that he could love her the way she wishes to be loved, or should she ignore the feelings she's developing, to ensure she won't lose her best friend?
What happens when James seems to start reciprocating her feelings, and hinting at wanting to make her his? Things become even more confusing when she meets the sexy and mysterious Shamus, and suddenly feels things that she had never even dreamed of, just from laying eyes on him. She knows that Shamus is way out of her league, and will never notice her, but she feels pulled to him in a way she can't explain.
Will Sheyanne ever find someone to show her that she deserves to be loved, or will she continue to be lonely, convinced that she is not worthy of love. Will she take a chance to trust James to be more than just her best friend, or will she be too afraid that he will take her heart and crush it?