Teaching Mia

Teaching Mia

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M.C. Roman By MCRomances Completed

Fed up with her disheartening life in NYC, Mia takes a gamble and embarks on an invigorating journey abroad to business school in Spain.       

When Mia Fuentes moves to Spain for graduate school, desperately trying to leave her past behind, the last thing she ever imagined was getting involved with Leo Durant, the hottest and most sought after guy on campus.   

Leo is sexy, confident, and has the ultimate bad boy reputation. Something about him keeps pulling her in, when she knows she should be staying far away in the secluded world she has built for herself. Will she be able to overcome her fears and inner struggles that have brought her here? Or will Leo be able to teach her something about love and that not everything in life happens the way we expect?      

Contemporary, multicultural, and deeply moving, this is the story of a young woman's trials and tribulations of leaving everything behind and trying to create a new life for herself in a foreign country. It is a relentless journey of self-exploration, healing, and maturity, with a lot of romance, wit and humor.

Miki3mi Miki3mi Jan 03
Sabes que me amais
                              
                              Beso abrazo beso abrazo. Chica chismosa
                              
                              XDDDDDS
loser004321 loser004321 Dec 01, 2016
Cause when I'm in school, I think to myself...CAN'T WAIT TO WORK OUT! Lmao I don't get how people enjoy it
Jiah_Blake_Eaton Jiah_Blake_Eaton 2 days ago
Twitter is so confusing 😂😂 I made an account just to keep tabs on my fav actors/actresses 😂😂😂
liyahlova liyahlova 7 days ago
This isn't really a complete thought or a good way to end the paragraph. It's necessary to continue to describe what the Madrid school IS like in order to finish the thought before transitioning to the next paragraph.
Sondee Sondee Oct 16, 2016
Carrefour is hella expensive tho😠 but their stuff is so good...
ElisifSmith ElisifSmith Jan 08
That's like the opposite of my class. Half the boys are blondes with olive skin Australian. And the other half are Greek. But the girls are pretty international I guess