Wear Your Heart on Your Skin
The morning after her younger sister’s funeral, Cassandra McKellan packed her bags and crossed the state line before noon. Six years and an ailing father later, she finds herself back in the small town she grew up in. Everyone calls it a homecoming, but the word home doesn’t hold much meaning for her anymore.
There aren’t many things she missed about the place—not the way no one knows how to mind their own business, not the lack of restaurants that provide delivery, or the empty, dark house that she’s now stuck with. It only takes a chance encounter with Ian Walker in the town’s podunk excuse for a grocery store for her to realize maybe there is a thing or two that she’s been missing.
Over the course of one night, she discovers those things are home after all.
Mallory Reynolds is just your average college student. She goes to class, she has study group, a job that she doesn’t mind, and she dates. The only difference being after those dates, she writes up a full review of the guy and all of their dirty, hookup details for the rest of the girls on campus to read. She is the unknown persona behind The EveryGirl’s Guide to (Almost) Every Cock on Campus. It’s a good thing no one knows who she is though, because not every cock on campus knows what it’s doing.
As her blog gains popularity, she branches out and provides her readers with a more varied selection of men to read about. It’s not a problem until an unreliable source feeds her some bad intel, and the subject of one of her blog entries tracks her down. Cash Manning knows that he and Mallory have never hooked up, but the more they argue, and talk, and flirt, the more into the idea he seems to become. It’s too bad for him that he and Mallory already know each other – a fact he doesn’t seem to recall.
The more he pushes, the more she pulls away. It’s a pride thing, alright?