Wren Leary, a young biochem student is placed before a choice: Will it be Philip Durinson, the self-assured ball of sunshine and a uni stud, or his cantankerous and mistrusting uncle, John Thorington? The first one is her friend, the second one regrets that night in the tent. Wrennie is in a pickle.
Wren Leary has a wonderful boyfriend and has been enjoying the monogamous bliss for the last two weeks. When she goes to visit his family, old doubts resurface, and troubles arise. Will Wren stay in the comfortable relationship, or she will listen to what her heart demands?
Wren Leary seems to learn little, especially when it comes to Dr John Crispin Thorington. Passion over reason, emotions over reserve – it all leads to a weekend of carnal exuberance, just as it always is with them, and then, of course, he won’t call. Wren’s head will explode, and will there ever be peace? Or at least some clarity?
The fourth installment of the story of Wren Leary, a young biochem student who seems in love with the wrong man, and Dr John Crispin Thorington, who suddenly decides that the role of a perfect boyfriend is his new calling. They click, but they just don’t work. With all possible obstacles right out of harlequin novels – pregnancy scare, a romantic rival, and an impending meeting at the altar – these two have to navigate the waters of a monogamous relationship that seems doomed from the start, and yet…
The fourth and final part of the story of Wrennie Leary, a young biochem specialist, and Dr John Crispin Thorington, the Sun of Modern Neurosurgery, and how they made it through, and how each of them found meaning and happiness.