Becca Daniels needs a passing math grade…but what she wants is to spend more time with Toby Michaels.
The only problem is Toby is her best friend’s twin, and Tori has a very firm “no dating the brother” policy.
But Becca’s grade has hit rock bottom and she needs a tutor. It just so happens that Toby is a math genius and more than happy to help—lucky her! Working so closely with the handsome, popular Toby, Becca can’t hide her attraction, and it soon becomes obvious he feels the same way.
Becca doesn’t want to lose her best friend, but she isn’t willing to give up Toby either.
At first, sneaking around is fun, stealing kisses right under Tori’s nose. But things take an ugly turn when Toby’s ex-girlfriend Meredith catches them together. Meredith demands Toby take her back and restore her reputation, or she’ll tell Tori their secret. Do they dare tell Tori the truth? Or would that just make things worse?
Surrounded by secrets and knee-deep in deception, something has to give…
How far is Meredith willing to go to keep Toby and Becca apart?
And how much is Becca willing to risk to keep… Our Little Secret?
Tori’s cell rings for the fourth time since I came over. She checks the screen and yells something that doesn’t even sound human before answering the call. “This isn’t Toby’s cell, so stop calling!” She slams the phone down on the bed. “My brilliant father had to list both our numbers in the school directory under T. Michaels. If another girl calls my cell thinking it’s Toby’s, I’m going to scream.”
I don’t mention that she’s already screaming.
“It’s so disgusting! I mean, what is it about him that makes every girl turn into a drooling idiot?”
His piercing blue eyes, his sexy, messy hair, the way his smile is slightly crooked.
“Becca, are you even listening to me?”
“Huh?” I jump. Please don’t let me be drooling. I’m just as bad as those other girls. “Sorry, I was thinking about the trig test.”
“The trig test?” She arches a brow. “Since when do you think about a test that’s, like, a week away?”
“Uh—” The floorboards in the hallway creak as Toby steps into the doorway. I bite my lip to keep from blurting out my undying love for my best friend’s brother.
Tori whips her head around, glaring at him. “Tell your girlfriends to call your cell. I’m not your messaging service.”
“They don’t call my cell because I don’t give them my number.” He shifts his gaze to me, and I can’t help feeling what he’s about to say is meant for my benefit. “Besides, they’re not my girlfriends. I’m not looking for their attention. I have no interest in them.” The corner of his mouth curves up slightly.
My stomach is aflutter with thoughts of Toby giving me his number. Of Toby wanting my attention. But that’s crazy. I’ve known him for years. He’s never looked at me as anything but Tori’s best friend. I grab Tori’s pillow and squeeze it to my chest, keeping my eyes on anything but Toby. I have to make these feelings go away before Tori finds out and I lose my best friend.
“Whatever. They keep looking it up and dialing me by mistake. Just tell them not to call my cell anymore or I’ll rip every hair out of their heads.”
“What’s got you all bothered, sis? That time of the month?”
Oh, he did not just go there! I meet his eyes, and he winks at me. Winks! My insides melt again.
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About Ashelyn Drake
Ashelyn Drake is a New Adult and Young Adult contemporary romance author. While it’s rare for her not to have either a book in hand or her fingers flying across a laptop, she also enjoys spending time with her family. She believes you are never too old to enjoy a good swing set and there’s never a bad time for some dark chocolate. She also writes speculative fiction under the name Kelly Hashway. She is represented by Sarah Negovetich of Corvisiero Literary Agency.