Life, Love, and Other Inequalities (Paperback)
Matt Ruiz is a man with a plan for professional advancement; he won't be a teacher forever.
But when he's asked to help out a new substitute teacher, his already packed schedule is thrown into overload. Even worse, Sawyer Evans, the new substitute, is cute. Really cute. Matt finds himself questioning whether or not his carefully plotted life will bring him happiness. But Sawyer lives by the seat of his pants, and Matt can't let go of his unbending attitude. Will a chance at romance give him the courage to chase his dreams of love?
As much as Matt loves his life, he's alone on this journey. If he can't learn to let love into his heart, what's the point of pushing himself to be the best?
Argentina Ryder's debut novel Life, Love, and Other Inequalities is a modern day, opposites-attract romance where even teachers discover they have something to learn about love.