After the Senior Year from hell, Isabelle Conway's life seems to be coming together. Finally. Scholarship to the college of her dreams? Check. Friends she couldn't imagine living without? Double check. Perfect (though sometimes super annoying) boyfriend? Triple check. Everything in the land of Isabelle is great.
When Issy receives an invitation she can't refuse and is forced to move to LA, Noah and Issy's relationship will be put to the ultimate test.
Will these high school sweethearts beat the odds?
Yes, I suck at blurbs and yes much like Cupid's Daughter, Cupidity will most likely be clichéd. I'm okay with that. In fact, EMBRACE THE CLICHÉ. Please note that Cupidity is a sequel, so please read Cupid's Daughter first, otherwise many parts of this novel will not make sense. If you choose to read Cupidity first anyway... well, good luck.
Please note that this story contains coarse language and some mature themes. Also, this story is no longer set in high school, but college. Therefore, Issy is going to be facing some more adult situations and there will be some scenes that are aimed at a mature audience. Please take this into consideration before reading.