Lydia Ambrose has a normal life, thus is going to her dream University. Everything is going well in her life until she met her sarcastic, horny and hot roommate, Ryan Collins.
He is all about bringing girls into the room, rebellious and very mischievous. When he starts to see something in her, he latches onto her like a five-year-old.
Pain, anxiety, denial, depression and acceptance is a dangerous combination. Can Lydia cope with Ryan's persistence and annoyance?
We were still arguing about his stupid behavior and how he claimed not to be using girls to satisfy his sexual desires. I had it with him, honestly. Ryan had no intention of apologizing to me for his actions.
"You say you're not interested, but you are," he said smirking at me. "Trust me, I know."
I fell back against my bed with a defeated huff. "Oh my God, seriously? You need to let go of that inflated ego of yours. I'm not into you."
Ryan smirk grew into a full-on grin. "Ha! You could've fooled me," he said using my own words against me.
He was hard to handle so instead of arguing, I settled for a, "look, I don't like you and I'm sure you don't think that, but let's be honest here, I want nothing to do with you. Absolutely nothing."
There was a short silence and I thought I won the argument but clearly not. Ryan sat up on his bed and turned his full attention toward me. His face was serious. "Just give me one chance, and I'll prove to you that I'm different."
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