Just because his brothers are finding love, it doesn’t mean that Quinn Shaughnessy is in any way ready to settle down and find love himself. As he’s repeatedly told his best friend, he’s in no rush to be tied to just one person for the rest of his life and thought she was on the same page as him. But now she’s suddenly interested in dating and Quinn isn’t sure what to make of these feelings that keep creeping in whenever he thinks of her with another man.
Anna has been best friends with Quinn Shaughnessy for as long as she can remember. He’s the one person she can talk to about anything…except for that one thing she’s held back for years. There’s just no easy way to tell your best friend that you’re in love with him, no matter how much you might want to.
After years of pining, Anna has had enough and she’s decided it’s finally time to move on. And if in the process she manages to make Quinn see her as something other than his buddy, then so be it. Maybe after seeing her with another man will be the wake-up call Quinn needs to realize that Anna will always be his girl.
The Shaughnessy Brothers, #3