Que Sera Sera by Marie ObradovicAfter a year spent on an emotional roller coaster thanks to Dean Orlov, Kaylah was determined to set things right ... to change her life, for the better.
With Dean leaving the country to pursue his sporting dream, this was the perfect time for Kaylah to start a new. Her new focus was College giving herself a new outlook, different friends and hopefully new adventures .... without him!
It had seemed like the perfect plan, but as it is commonly known plans dont always work the way they should. Unfortunately for Kaylah on her first day in her new school she realised that her plans had fallen by the wayside with the unexpected return of Dean, not only was he back in the country, but also enrolled in her school.
Could she continue on this roller coaster? Did Dean even know she was alive? How was she going to get herself out of this situation and back on course with her plans?
Enter ... Josh, was he the one to help Kaylah forget Dean? He seemed to be all she wanted in a guy, and more - but would Josh be the one?
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