What is love anyway?
is awkward, athletic, and knows a fun fact or two. According to his friends, the most important aspect about him is that he’s still a virgin. Except, the thing is, sex never crosses Julian’s mind. He doesn’t understand what the big deal is. Julian’s tired of all the pressure. He just wants his friends off his back once and for all.
is the captain of the soccer team and a straight A student who undeniably loves sex. And who cares? Her body, her decisions. Guys can love sex, so why can’t girls? With the double standard, she’s found herself with a bad rep. Her friends don’t believe she can hold a relationship. But Quinn’s competitive. She may not care to date but she’s determined to prove her friends wrong.
Julian and Quinn
are seemingly polar opposites. Coaxed on a date through a dare, each only carry half of the story. Together, they learn there is far more to a person beyond stereotypes, societies expectations, and that love has more than one meaning.
Praise for Simply an Enigma:
This book seamlessly merges two characters, one of whom you think you’d know well, and shows you quickly to get out of your own expectations. It’s a sincere and heartfelt look at acceptance and love, with respect and patience for both topics to grow alongside their characters. I loved every page.