If I Were Your Boyfriend by Earl Sewell
(Kimani Tru)

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Social zero meets unlikely hero

How had Keysha gone from popular to social outcast? One word: frenemy. A girl Keysha thought was her friend planted drugs on her--and Keysha got caught. The media blitz on their wealthy suburb turned everyone against her. First day back at school, and Keysha is stared down in the halls. Whispered about. No one will talk to her. And the girl who ruined Keysha's reputation laughs in her face. So when a guy with his own bad rep offers to help, Keysha's first reaction is yeah, right. Talk about an unlikely hero.

But soon she realizes that Wesley Morris is more than just hot, more than just talk. He's been there, done that and turned his life around. But no one wants this so-called bad-news boyfriend anywhere near Keysha. Including her family. Still, Wesley isn't willing to walk away and let Keysha pay for someone else's crime. He'll even risk everything to save her...and their relationship.


About Earl Sewell

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As a student at Columbia College, Earl Sewell studied both fiction and screenwriting and by the age of twenty he'd written several short stories and a screenplay. Throughout his college years he worked at his local library where he spent a large amount of his free time reading a variety of fiction and romance novels. Shortly after college Sewell wrote his first novel but after querying publishers and receiving more than twenty rejection letters, Sewell abandoned the dream of becoming a published author. Years later, after losing his mother to heart failure, Sewell gave writing another shot. He completed his second novel and decided to publish the book on his own. He launched his own publishing company called Katie Books, which he named in honor of his mother. His second effort was a hit with readers and Sewell began to gain a loyal following. Two years later he signed a publishing agreement with a major publishing house. Over the years he has written six novels and has had short stories published in three anthologies and several national romance magazines. In addition to writing, Sewell has bicycled with a touring group from Red Wing, MN, to Bar Harbor, ME, and recently completed his third Chicago Marathon. He also volunteers as a motivational speaker, touring the country to speak to students about being an author, his life-long love of athletics as well as the power of a positive attitude. In his spare time Sewell enjoys restoring old furniture and gardening. He lives in South Holland, IL, where he is working on his next novel.To learn more about Earl, visit his Web site at www.earlsewell.com.
Published May 1, 2008 by Kimani TRU. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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