AJ Adams is coerced into tutoring Brock Larson, she can’t help but
wonder what she’s done to deserve such an epic punishment. He’s the very
definition of an All-American good boy—and a total kiss ass. He’s the
perfect son, the perfect student, and according to rumor, by far the
best golfer the university has ever seen. Puh-lease. If he’s so perfect,
why does he need tutoring?
his British Literature grade circling the drain, Brock knows he needs
help. But when he meets his tutor, he can’t believe his friggin’ luck.
Abby Jane no longer resembles the childhood best friend he used to play
hide and seek with. No, she’s all attitude and pink hair and tattoos.
Oh, and she hates him, so that’s a plus.
and AJ couldn’t clash more and antagonizing one another is just too
easy. But, as they spend more time together, the lines begin to blur,
leading them to realize they have more in common than what meets the
I picked this one up, I read it almost straight through in a 24-hour
period, interruptions of course by work, driving to and from work, etc.
I stayed up late to read it and could barely put it down when I was on
break at work. It was a fun,
sexy read. I love that Schmidt was a favorite character on the show New Girl, since he is my favorite as well.
Abby Jane, or AJ as she prefers to go by, had one of the most hilarious best friends possible, Stacia, which you can get a glimpse of in the excerpt below. And then there’s Brock. Yeah, he’s an athlete, but he’s a golfer, so it’s funny all the ways that AJ tries to insult him as a jock, that just don’t fit a golfer.
But it wasn’t just a fun, fluffy, light romance. There were some family moments that were very emotional. There was the bit at the end that drove them apart, even if it was just one of the usual misunderstandings that are in romance stories. It worked well, and I LOVED the way that Brock went about getting AJ back. Again, Stacia is totally the best friend a girl could have or want to have.
A fun, page-turner, barely put the book down read. Steamy, sexy, and funny, another favorite read of mine this year! Yet another new-to-me author I’ll be keeping on my radar from now on.