Bhargavi is looking for this book and she has plenty of detail for us! I remember this!! I’m sure I read it back in our earlier days of devouring all the indie books. Gahhhhh now I can’t remember the title. I think his name was Jake? Was it Jake?
How are you? Hope you are well. I forgot the name of this novel. I would really appreciate your help in finding out the title of the book.
The plot starts with heroine mother splits with her father and moves to less posh neighbourhood compared to her father’s place. She used to be a rich kid before the divorce and studied in a private High school. But now she has attend public high school and she has to live with her mother.
The hero is from poor side. His father murdered hero’s mother and was now in prison. His father is a hot tempered guy. Now hero has to take care of his little brother. The hero kept to himself and his friends. Hero has to maintain his grades in order to get a football scholarship to attend college. And hero always feared that he may get his father ill temper and hurt other people.
Heroine agrees to tutor Hero in his house because hero has to be in house before his little brother comes to home and be there for him. Gradually heroine and hero fall in love.
But one day hero’s father comes out of prison and kidnap hero’s little brother and take him away. Hero search for him everywhere but can’t find him. The little brother escapes from his father and get in car with a mother along with his child. The mother contacts hero and safely help the little brother to meet hero.
And there happens something afterwards which leads to hero to spend time in Juvenile prison or something. In the meantime heroine waits for him and along with hero’s friends repair the hero’s house and plans a welcome party for him .
That’s all I remember. Hope it’s enough to get the title. And extremely sorry for the lengthy description.
Anyone have a guess?
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