By Penny Reid
What’s the worst which may happen?
Kaitlyn Parker has no challenge being the invisible woman, that's why she reveals herself hiding in a number of cupboards and closets all over the place her university campus. regardless of her most sensible efforts, she can’t get away the awareness of Martin Sandeke—bad boy, jerkface bully, and the universe’s preferred, wealthiest, and so much unobtainable bachelor—who additionally occurs to be Kaitlyn’s chemistry lab partner.
Kaitlyn should be the one lady who isn’t drawn to exploiting his wonderful rower’s construct, chiseled positive aspects, and family's billionaire fortune. Kaitlyn desires Martin for his mind, in particular to tabulate findings of hint components in floor water.
When Kaitlyn saves Martin from a nefarious plot, Martin makes use of the chance to push Kaitlyn out of her convenience area: spring holiday, one week, condominium events, bathing matches, and suntan lotion. Can she conquer her aversion to being spotted? Will he give you the option develop past his self-centered nature? Or, regardless of their seen chemistry, will Martin be the only to force Kaitlyn into the technology cupboard of obscurity for strong
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