Twenty-four-year-old Livia needs to start over. After breaking up with her college boyfriend-turned-fiancé, she moves out of their apartment and into the old mansion of Mrs. Belshire, a rich widow in a giant, dilapidated house in Queen Anne. There, she plans to throw herself into her tech job and take some much-needed time for herself.
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But the lonely, meddling Mrs. Belshire has other plans for Livia—namely, marrying her off to the first eligible bachelor she can find. As Livia battles to get her new life in order, she deftly escapes the parade of suitors that Mrs. Belshire calls forth, trying to kindly explain that she doesn’t need another fiancé, thank you very much.
Mrs. Belshire won’t give up so easily, though, and soon plays her trump card: the handsome, mysterious Mr. Fairbanks. And Livia’s twin brother, Nori, only complicates matters when he sends his college friend, the All-American goody-two-shoes Michael, to her doorstep, to protect Livia from all of the unwanted suitors. Not only did Livia have a secret crush on Michael early in college, but Michael has never seemed to pay much attention to her...until now.
Suddenly trapped in a world of love letters, mistaken intentions, and old-school courtship, Livia must find a way to navigate her new life and figure out what—or who—she finally wants.
Livia is a 42,000-word, sweet, new adult romance.