When Red Cried Wolf by Nash Summers (Happily Ever Asher Book 1)
English | 2019 | Romance MM| ePUB | 737 Kb
When Red Cried Wolf : Asher Williams is obsessed with love.
It’s probably one of the reasons he makes such a fantastic matchmaker, love guru, and romance expert. And now that he’s in college, it’s finally his turn to shine.
Asher’s relationship advice column in the school newspaper is his strongest matchmaking instrument, especially when it comes to helping hopeless romantics find their soulmates.
But like every heroic quest, there are a few bumps in the road and dragons to slay.
There’s a damsel in distress Asher’s best friend thinks is a psychopath, a handsome prince Asher can’t stop drooling over, and a huge, mysterious roommate Asher can’t help but pester.
It doesn’t matter though. Nothing will stop Asher when it comes to helping people find their true love.
He’s absolutely positive everything will work out in the end.
Because love is always like a fairy tale…right?
“Yeah, I thought so too.”
Asher was a little disappointed. One of the most important parts of his college experience was going to be having a roommate he either adored or hated and fighting over time in the shared bathroom. Because Asher wanted it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly. He wanted the most genuine college experience he could get, roommate and all.
It had been three days since classes had started and still the opposite half of the dorm room remained empty. When he’d looked up his living situation online the week prior, it stated that he would have a roommate, but under the name section all it had said was: TBA.
“Your room is bigger than mine,” Randy said as she glanced around. Her long, dark hair moved over her shoulder like a curtain as she did, while her dark blue eyes fixed on the walls.
“They’re the same size.”
“No way. Yours is way bigger.”
“It probably just looks bigger because there’s only stuff in half of mine.”
“Ugh,” Randy groaned. “I already hate my roommate. Her name is Amanda and she’s way too happy. You have to be suspicious of anyone as bubbly as her. It’s not normal, Asher. Maybe she’s on drugs.”
“Randy! You can’t just accuse people of being on drugs.”