Here's the "working" blurb:
Liberty wants freedom. Seth wants Liberty.
Between her flighty mother and a disastrous love affair from the past, professor and writer Liberty Sullivan has learned the lesson that chasing love is a waste. Only her freedom and her young son matter, and she’s built her career on proving it. But when she meets Seth, he challenges everything she thought she knew.
An ex-cop who’s making a new life for himself and his daughter, Seth Webster has every reason to play it safe, but when he meets his new professor with an anti-romance agenda he knows he will be the one to teach her a thing or two.
Perhaps the ties that bind may be the true path to Liberty, after all.
Truth be told, I'm okay with the title, as well. It's fine, serviceable, hasn't been too overused (it seems, as of now). It's kind of catchy, I guess, and applies... But, I'm still not 100% sold on it. What do you think? Could there be a better title out there for me?
Also, should be it "Textbook Romance" or "A Textbook Romance"? Now, I know that sounds petty, but damned if I can be decisive about that one, either.
So, if you have any thoughts, please share. I just want to make sure my novel has the best hat and shoes before it enters the world, and I can't really do any promo until I have the title issue resolved. :/