In the end, Ivy decides it’s best to keep her growing feelings a secret and hope they’ll pass.
However, when Ian begins hinting at wanting to take things to the next level, she’s forced to decide if a chance at something more is worth risking everything they’ve built.
While it may not be the way I always wanted to go, it suddenly seemed like a viable option.
I still put out feelers to a few agents and publishers, and had interest in it – even one possible contract if I made changes (that I didn’t want to make) – but in the end, I decided that it made more sense for me to be in complete control of the entire process.
Being the only girl who cares to see beyond Ian’s bad boy reputation has its advantages, especially when he’s scaring off the jerks who just want to nail the campus sex-guru.