Love/Fail

Love/Fail

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Kate J. Squires By Blondeanddangerous Completed

Have you ever felt like a failure in love and life in general?  

Mia's year has been an epic fail so far - she's lost her job, her apartment, and her boyfriend.  But rather than try to regain the man she didn't want or the career that was strangling her soul, she decides to chase her dreams instead.  Mostly, she wants to be brave enough to finally commit to a relationship with her divine best friend, Cody, but a crippling fear of failure is holding her back.  

Luckily, the universe drops Rupert into her lap - the blond, gorgeous front man of the world's most famous rock band.  With his irreverent attitude towards life, Rupert is the perfect person to pull Mia out of her shell and show her that sometimes when you fail, you actually win.

With her heart torn between the two men, tension soars.  As Mia reaches out to grasp everything she's ever wanted, she'll discover that choosing between her best friend and the wild card could end up her biggest failure yet.

kayxcxxo kayxcxxo Mar 14
Actually, my mom's friend says the opposite since she's currently unemployed, dealing with raising a child on her own in her early 20s and the house she's living in is rented. And she's doing perfectly fine, really..😐
Vilante Vilante May 08
lmao yk it's gonna be a good book when you get goosebumps reading the author's note
You really are an amazing person...I have read all those three books and they are really good...i hope in this present time (2017) you have become an sensational author...n we  will support you as much as we can...
No matter how many books i have read, i have never come across books as good as those, trust me you will have your own J K Rowling moment.
Ren_Porras Ren_Porras Mar 26
Also! 
                              J.K. Rowling took Harry Potter to twelve different publishing companies before it happened. 
                              Your time will come, love❤
I don't understand. I loved True North,  and The Curves Ahead even more. The Curves Ahead was therapeutic and I grew so much with the main character. I'd pay for a copy of those two books. ❤️