For high school senior, Parker Montgomery, life is pretty damn awesome. With his good looks and easy charm, girls have always fallen right into his lap. Which FYI- is precisely where he likes them. Sure, it can be something of a curse, but it's one he thoroughly enjoys taking advantage of. And he can always rely on his best friend, Max, to have his back. Added bonus to that friendship- Parker is continually reminded by Max's rollercoaster of a relationship (the guy was, after all, stabbed with a spork) just as to why he has absolutely zero interest in being tied down. Parker's idea of a long term commitment consists of a few pleasant hours spent groping around in a dark room. And then there's football. Yep, he pretty much lives and breathes it.
Unfortunately for Parker, life is just about to nosedive before crashing into a fiery ball of flames. Senior Lit isn't going so well for him. And his teacher, Ms. Fisk (whom he lovingly refers to as an old bat) has called his parents to set him up with a tutor. With an ultimatum between raising his grade or sitting out for the season, Parker has no choice but to begrudgingly meet with a tutor three times a week. Now throw in a girl who thinks he's nothing more than a walking STD and Parker finds himself suddenly doing all the chasing. If that wasn't enough to make him feel like the world has completely fallen off it's axis, this girl has relegated him to some strange place called the friend zone. Is it possible that Parker has finally found the one girl worth changing for? Will he somehow be able to prove to her that even a confirmed man whore like himself can be reformed?
This is the first book I’ve read where it’s been a male character the entire book and I LOVED it!