The Waiting Duet
Olivia Crawford had been through the wringer. All she wants is to start over without any complications or anyone figuring out her secrets. When her twin brother Finn convinces her to move back home and finish her degree at his school, it's just the push she needs to start over.
Nathaniel Ford is the golden boy of SCU. He seems like he has it all, perfect family, awesome friends and fraternity brothers, and a few buildings on campus with his last name on them. But things aren't always what they seem.
From the first time Nate and Olivia bump into each other, literally, he wants more of her feisty attitude, but Olivia throws more walls up with each step he takes closer, and he isn't sure he can break them down fast enough.
Finn Crawford never thought his life would change with one stupid dare. Or that he would make the mistake of taking things too far with his twin sister’s best friend. Now he’s fighting off an attraction he didn’t expect.
Cora Donovan doesn’t want a relationship, especially one with the guy who’s always been there for her when she needed it most. Just being in the same room as him makes her body heat up in ways she never thought possible.
There’s only one other thing that might stand in their way of being together if they can actually figure out how to make it work. Neither of them want to hurt Olivia, and if they broke up, that’s exactly what would happen. Sometimes it’s hard to determine if love is worth the risk.
Love hasn’t been on Hannah’s side for a long time, but meeting Chance Evans changed all that. Kind of. Chance is the first guy she’s dated since her ex and things are good. He’s put his manwhore ways behind him and has seemingly settled down—except for a few bumps here or there—but Hannah knows that something’s going on inside that head of his. When her friends tell her about a rumor they overheard, she leaves town to think. Better safe than single, right? Or maybe she’s already single…
Chance has some skeletons in his own closet that he’s worked hard to keep hidden from his friends. If he plastered a smile on his face and told a joke, no one would ever know his secrets. Or so he thought. He never expected his past to catch up with him at a school hours away from his hometown, and he sure as hell didn’t want anyone to look at him with pity. Now he has to decide if a future with Hannah is worth letting go of the memories to find their forever.