What happens when your best friend is pouring shots because you have a broken heart? You end up signing up for a reality TV show against your will.
I’m not looking for love. (Been there, done that. The pain isn’t worth it.) I certainly don’t need the drama of lust. Especially when there are eleven other people involved. But since I’m here, I might as well play the game.
But the game’s stacked against me in the form of two gorgeous men, both vying for my attention. Suddenly I have a decision to make. One’s in it for love, the other for lust… but which one?
I want to trust them, but can I even trust myself?
This could be my second chance at love, or they could be acting for the cameras. And If I don’t choose right, I could leave even more broken than I arrived.
What’s a girl to do when she has two gorgeous men after her heart?
Kissing them both sounds like a bad idea. Under normal circumstances, it would be. But when you’re part of a reality TV show, you do things you never would otherwise. Because in order to win the game, you find a way to stay for as long as possible.
Jace and Lennon are my ticket to the finals.
One of them might even be my second chance at love.
The problem is the more time I spend with them, the more I’m starting to develop feelings. For both of them.
I can only choose one.
But which one is the right choice?
They’ve made their intentions clear and it’s time to decide… before someone is sent home.
I’ve made my choice. But with two weeks left to go, the game isn’t over, and anything could happen.
The competition is heating up, lines are being crossed, and I’m pulling out all the stops to get what I want. To be the one left standing with the man of my dreams by my side.
Lennon and Jace are both still after my heart. The final prize. Love.
I think I’ve already won the game.
I may not have come here for a second chance at love, but that’s what I found. Now to find a way to hold onto it until the cameras stop rolling.
But reality isn’t always what it seems, especially on TV. And now that my heart’s on the line, the stakes have never been higher.