Head of the class...
Garrett Daniels has this whole life thing figured out.
The cocky, charismatic former high school star quarterback is an idolized football coach and "cool" teacher in the hometown where he's not just a golden boy — he's platinum. He has good friends, a great house on the lake, and the best damn sidekick a man could ask for: Snoopy, the albino beagle.
Then...Callie Carpenter comes home.
And knocks him right on his tight end zone.
Back to school...
Callie has a pretty sweet life herself...on the other side of the country. But circumstances — that she'd prefer to never speak of again — have brought her back home, helping out her parents and substitute teaching at her old high school.
Now she's facing bickering, raging hormones, constant gossip, awkward weirdness, and drama galore...and that's just the teachers.
Just like old times...
When Garrett offers to show his former high school sweetheart the secrets of his winning teacher ways, Callie jumps at the chance - and then has to stop herself from jumping him.
Good friends are all they can ever be.
Or...these teachers just might end up getting schooled — hard —by love.
I liked the story and the pace of the book. It was well written and the characters were relatable. It’s a light fun read.
I laughed and cried. What a read! Loved!
This book was really good and cute. I loved Garrett and I enjoyed his relationship with Callie. I just felt like there was way too much focus on the high school kids than the actual couple. I was bored in the beginning because the main focus was on their students or their jobs. It got a little better towards the end. I feel like the main building of there relationship was when they were in high school which isn’t really in the book. I feel like they didn’t really get to re-know each other as adults considering they hadn’t seen each other for 15 years. It was mainly just “it’s just like it was in high school” and didn’t really talk about them changing since then. And they both did not act like they were 34 years old. They acted like they were in their early 20s so it would always surprise me when they randomly mentioned being in their mid-thirties. It didn’t seem realistic. Overall, it was an enjoyable book.