My twin’s hot best friend was my high school crush I was supposed to outgrow—except I never did.
When my life falls apart, I find myself back in the sleepy beach town of my childhood, facing my brother’s best friend, Fraser Davis. He’s interviewing me for a job I desperately need, and the spark between us ignites again. Being near him stirs up a chemistry I’ve never found with anyone else, despite my attempts to shake this addiction.
Getting involved with Fraser seems like a terrible idea. He’s possessive, jealous, and still clings to the idea that he owns a piece of me, even after seven years. Walking away would be the smart move, but when has desire ever been sensible? He was my first kiss, my first love, my first everything. I convince myself that this time will be different, that people can outgrow their pasts.
But history tells me that things with Fraser were never simple. And this time around, it’s bound to be even more complicated than I could ever imagine.
Always Fraser is a steamy, brother’s best friend, second chance romance.