As If One Wasn't Bad Enough (sequel to The C...
Black and white. Salt and pepper. Dogs and cats. Day and night.
As different as twins Cara and Jedidiah may be, both are experiencing similar problems. Mate problems.
Sweet but tough Cara is having an internal battle. It’s so cliché that she would end up falling for one of her brother’s best friends. There is a gut kind of feeling that he’s the One, but she doesn’t want to risk a heartbreak. Besides, there’s no way he would want to be with her when he can get any girl he wishes for. When happy endings are meant for storybooks and not real life, can Cara ever find happiness?
Jedidiah is a total chick magnet, like his friends. He can basically get any girl he wants. Except for the one girl that he’s been drawn to from the start. Yet another so cliché scenario. Too bad, the girl won’t have anything to do with him. It has to do with him being a werewolf and how an incident in the girl’s past involving a werewolf has led her to harbor a deep hate towards the species. Can Jed’s mate really be this resisting human?