Titles are funny things, and finding the right one for any given story can be a pain in the arse. Or ass, depending on where you live. For me, if the chosen title fits, it can centre the story, define it and lock it into its coherent whole. The wrong title, even a simple working label, can niggle away at the back of my mind like a maggot on speed.
Take Riding for a Fall in my WiP folder:
Blurb - Luke Petrie is back home in Oakford, running the family bookstore. His ex-wife is about to go abroad for a lengthy period, so his young daughter comes to stay. Which is great as far as they are both concerned. Luke has no romantic interest in his life, until he reconnects with the first boy he crushed on. The trouble is, Steve is no more interested in him now than he was then.
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