She's ready to give up on life, hiding her depression with sarcasm and booze. He's got a secret and quit college, with few friends to lean on. When they discover each other, the sexual attraction is undeniable. So why does it seem impossible for them to be together? Everyone wanted to be Jewels Peterson in high school. Naturally beautiful, exceptionally smart, talented cheerleader, life of the party, and with an All-American boyfriend to boot. One regrettable choice and fatal accident later, and Jewels found herself unceremoniously kcked off her pedestal. Now she's in college, going through the motions, but t really living. Adam Murphy is easy-going, charming, considerate, and crazy good looking; he's exactly the kind of guy Jewels pictures herself being happy with. But Jewels is already involved with someone, and Adam makes it kwn that he's guarding a dark secret, one that makes him the wrong guy for her. Trumped by the promise of an incent friendship, Jewels is forced to igre her overwhelming hunger for Adam. After Jewels unkwingly helps Adam create a bucket list, they embark on the adventure of a lifetime that pushes their platonic relationship to its limits. But does she want to be with Adam without kwing the truth behind the skeletons in his closet, or is being with him just ather pointless thing in her life?
When Jennifer Ann isn't writing heart wrenching romance novels with hot scenes or chasing her children around southern Minnesota, she either has her nose stuck in someone else's book, is curled up watching a movie, can be found taking pictures of other people (not in a creepy way), or is rocking out at a concert.