It’s Harrison and Taylor time again! This book took so long to write and I don’t know why. There’s intricacies for sure, hard anvil-beaten stuff you probably won’t notice, but trust me, I broke my brain on this one. One thing is true: I loved spending time in this world. hanging out with Kay and Harrison, even the mixed-up Taylor . . . I came to realize Harrison sure is a good dude. Now if only Taylor can be reminded . . .
So, let’s get into it! Time for another Separate Schools—I hope you love spending time with these guys as much as I did!
Harrison’s making the best of his time apart from his beloved Taylor. Sure, she’s seeing another guy, but that doesn’t mean their love is diminished, right? They’re separated by thousands of miles, but he doesn’t think of her any less—sometimes he misses her so bad it hurts. If only she’d call and let him know she feels the same . . .
Taylor’s found a new guy friend in Santa Cruz; Tripp’s decent, popular, rich, and a lot of fun. They’re just friends, and it’s just about living life to the fullest during her college experience. Sometimes she wonders if Tripp feels the same way . . .
Kelsey Kay’s left in the middle, back in Michigan running defense for her best friend, Taylor, and making sure Taylor’s okay in California—at the same time she’s been tasked with making sure Taylor’s boyfriend, Harrison, is a good boy while she’s gone. Sometimes things are easier said than done.
When events come to a sharp and scary point between Harrison and Taylor, it’s Kay who’s working overtime to make sure everyone is happy and together . . .