Serena Nolan’s plans for the summer included living at her cousin’s studio and working at the Violet Hill café, but certainly not running into her ex. When Fiona Davis shows up, so do old passions and unresolved heartbreak, leaving Serena to decide whether she wants to try a new relationship, or move on.
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Serena Nolan’s summer isn’t going how she planned. Fortunately, her cousin, Anna, is there to rescue her from spending her time off from college with parents who don’t understand (or want to understand) her. Serena’s thrilled to be living with Anna and her girlfriend, Lacey in Lacey’s studio, and working in the Violet Hill Cafe. She’s even adores Lacey’s cat, Murder.
What she definitely didn’t plan was running into her ex, Fiona Davis. They’d been best friends that had turned into something else, but everything had crashed and burned before the end of high school several years ago.
Serena is still smarting from the heartbreak, but she can’t say no to spending some time with Fi. Against her better judgement, old feelings are mixing with new ones, and she doesn’t know what to do. Serena will have to decide if past heartbreak is going to keep her from a potential future with Fiona.
Cis girls: Serena, Fiona
Sexual and Romantic Orientation:
Serena is demisexual and demiromantic
White: Serena, Fiona