Campus Flirt by Jennifer Sucevic
He’s Always Been Her Best Friend. Until That Wasn’t Enough.
Know what the problem is with crushing on your best friend?
That there’s not a damn thing you can do about it. Especially if you don’t want to blow up your entire relationship. Easton is the guy I turn to when I need…well, just about everything. And what I’ve learned over the years is that friendship is more difficult to come by than hookups and boyfriends.
Plus, it’s not like he sees me as anything other than his soccer playing gal pal. The one he used to sneak out of the house with when we were teenagers. But we’re not kids any more. At the end of this year, we’ll graduate and go our separate ways. Why that thought fills me with sadness, I don’t know.
Actually, I do. And that’s the problem.
So, when my roommate suggests going out with her hot, hockey playing cousin, it seems like the perfect opportunity to move on from this crush. According to her—and I quote—the best way to get over one guy is to get under—
I’m pretty sure you know how the saying goes.
*Campus Flirt is a short novella (20,000 words) and was first released in the Let’s Play anthology*