Eyes On Me, Baby

(2 customer reviews)

Karaminah Viel Trajano has always been told that she’s… peculiar. She just doesn’t like the things that girls her age are expected to like. But she loves writing… that’s probably the only normal thing about her. Problem is, her parents do not support her ‘career’ of choice. For them, it’s nothing more than a hobby. It’s either she follows their steps and become a lawyer or become a lawyer.

She chose neither.

Now, she’s forced to work to make a living. But she’s not really made for work. Given the choice, she’d spend the day daydreaming about her scripts and characters. Fortunately, someone offered her a job… Madali lang naman daw ito. Magiging ‘manager’ daw siya ng basketball team. She agreed… After all, how hard could it be to manage a bunch of boys who spend their days running back and forth on a wooden ground… right?

2 reviews for Eyes On Me, Baby

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Tenoso

    It was well written. No dull moments. I love how the author highlighted Karma’s ASD

  2. 5 out of 5

    Atasha Fei Dioquino

    not the typical romance book but it hits all the necessary spots nonetheless

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