THE TRUTH ABOUT RUNNING

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A whole stadium of fans watched Sara Jensen turn down her boyfriend’s marriage proposal at a baseball game. Now Sara is more than ready to return to the safety of her tiny community college and her quirky, but caring roommates. It’s a new semester and a fresh start. At least until she meets her new neighbor, Matt Constanello. He’s everything she’s ever wanted in a guy, except for his unfortunate family connections—his older brother is the ex-boyfriend she just dumped in front of thousands of people. Her first instinct is to put as much distance as possible between them. Can she stop running long enough to see what might be true love?

 
“As a single adult trying to navigate the dating scene, this made me laugh. It was so relative to real life.”
 
“The dialogue between characters is very humorous and it captures LDS college life perfectly.”
 
Author note: I knew I wanted to write a novel about college students at Eastern Arizona College because it was such a magical place for me. It was my first experience living away from home and I learned a lot about myself. The specific story came to me while I was at work. I scribbled down as much as I could on the back of an envelope during my lunch break.