West Leavitt will do anything for his sister, including deal weed, wait tables on the weekend, work nights at the bakery and whatever makes him the money to keep his mother and sister comfortable. No one in college knows the real West and he wants to keep it that way. The last thing he needs is a girlfriend who could complicate his life. Emotions are not needed or so he thought. It all changes when he meets Caroline. The more he tries to stay away from her the more he keeps on looking forward to seeing her again. Every night she shows up at the bakery makes it harder to keep his hands off her.
Too bad emotions are hard to stop.
“I wanted you from the minute I saw you," he says. "I want you right now, and you can barely stand me. I can barely stand me, so I don't know why you put up with my shit, but even right now, when I hate myself and you're pissed at me, I still want to push you down on the bed and take off your shirt and get inside you. Get deep inside you, and then deeper, until I'm so deep I don't even know what's me anymore and what's you."
I'm not going to lie, I hated the ending but I'm glad the story is not done.
“I want you, and I don’t know how to stop wanting you. I want to get deep inside you, and then deeper, until I’m so deep I don’t even know what’s me anymore and what’s you.”