Happy Sunday! It’s early in the day yet and my motivation is finally lit up. Whew. At long last this to-do list will see some much-needed action. Kitty is by my side all snuggled up in his window box; hubby will be visiting his mom soon, so it’s just yours truly knocking out some writing items and getting things prepped for the looooonnnnngggg work week ahead.
My job is going fine; it’s a temp gig, and that’s fine with me. I wouldn’t be able to stand doing this more than a few months. The people there are real characters; but they are getting a bit…shall we say…gamey. Hence, I’m bringing my headphones to try and shut them out and listen to the tunes that I enjoy.
This week I’m sticking with one of my first creations, “Love by the Numbers’. This has had a few covers, but the latest is below. The story is the same…about Scott the nerd and Jared the jock and how they find love while battling high school, hormones, and parental issues.
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Blurb: Jared Adams is the smokin’ hot darling of the school baseball team. Girls fawn all over him and the world is at his feet.
Except he can’t do math.
Enter Scott Williams: nerd and mathlete. He’s only supposed to help Jared with math, but the help – and friendship – go further than that.
Fate made them friends, but is friendship all they have?
Buy Link: Amazon
All he had to do was flash his glowing smile at them and they followed him everywhere.
Scott was jealous of his popularity. He wished for one moment he could be as popular as Jared, and get away with what he did. An excellent example was the pencil symphony being performed at the moment. Jared’s surrounding classmates smiled and silently egged him on, Scott included. However, Mrs. O’Reilly was not amused in the slightest and turned around quickly. She crossed her arms violently against her flat chest and shot a piercing glare at Jared.
“Mr. Adamson, sit up!” she barked.