"I love you as a friend, Nat. I love you as a sister. I love you as a neighbor, a school mate, and a dozen other things. I simply want to know if I love you as a girl, and maybe if you can love me in return."
Nadia Asbury knew everything there was to know about Paterson Radovich, his likes and dislikes, what viruses and injuries he'd had, and every Christmas present he'd received since they were ten. He was, after all, her best friend. Yet asked out on a date, she wonders if she knows him at all.
"Trust me," he says.
And, yes, well, she does, and him more than any other person she knows. But maybe now she doesn't trust herself because what if this is all in vain? What if after all his efforts, she doesn't feel anything? Scarier still, what if she does?
From the author of Me & Timothy Cooper, I Kissed the Boy Next Door, and The Best Week of My Life comes another feel-good romance of that precious moment when a boy and a girl first fall in love.
©2013 Suzanne D. Williams (P)2013 Suzanne D. Williams
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