Mr. Right is a Myth
Co-ed Cassandra Economos has a plan. Earn her degree then move into a Chicago penthouse. If she can meet a guy who accepts her, high sex drive and all, that’s an added bonus. But how many frogs must she kiss before she meets a prince?
Weeks before high school graduation, Jason Brookes broke my heart. I didn’t love him. Still don’t. What broke my heart is the accusation that I have no ambition. He said all I think about is sex. If that’s true, then how did I become class salutatorian and earn a full ride scholarship to the University of Illinois?
I’m prepared to start dating again. A guy must exist who will accept me for me, right, even if I am always horny?
I once had that guy, but I let him slip through my fingers. Maybe things would have turned out differently had I realized the quality of guy I had when we were dating. Todd Miller, my first real boyfriend, not only accepted me, he treated me with kindness and understanding, and he loved me.
I think about Todd constantly. No one lives up to his standard. Believe me, I’m trying to find someone who does, but increasingly I’m convinced Mr. Right is a myth created to trick dewy-eyed romantic girls. Is there a guy made for me? Is there the “one”?
Book two in The Rock Star’s Wife series, a series about sex, family, and rock & roll. It contains coarse language, sexual situations and adult themes, and is intended for mature audiences.