My heart races, palms sweat and knees go weak.
I’ve never seen anyone like Drew in a science lab. He’s made me a firm believer in chemistry existing outside a textbook. Until his ego shows up. Nope - No thank you. Moving on. I mean… who has an entourage in college?
When our professor announces we’ll be stuck as lab partners, I nearly lose my mind - I am certain my dreams of becoming a doctor will go up in smoke with a distraction like him around.
I don’t date during the season.
The number of trolls who venture into the arena simply to chase jerseys is unbelievable.
In fact, I typically distance myself from the social side of being a college athlete because I have my eye on something bigger than our next D-1 championship.
I’ve aken painstaking measures to avoid distractions - at all costs.
This plan has worked perfectly until Abby shows up at my door.
Gone is the plain studious girl I left in lab the day before.
Left in her place is the intriguing woman I want to know better.
Here I thought she wouldn’t be a distraction - yeah right...
I am so screwed.
Abby’s gorgeous and there’s nothing plain about her.
I am this close to having it all. If I let Abby in, will my perfectly laid out plans disappear?
Amazing real romance
I haven't read basketball romance for so long and I welcomed this story. This is amazing! I really enjoyed reading Drew and Abby's story. They are complete opposites, but they are so sweet together. I enjoyed their banter so much. Their love story felt real too.
This is a sweet, and fun read that will have you smiling all the way!
The chemistry between the main characters will make you keep turning the pages and I love the sports aspect even though it’s not the main drive to the story. Drew will win you over like he does Abby.
Another hit by Amanda Shelley! You gotta read this one!!
Now this is my kind of book Basketball… Need I say more? I LOVE basketball. When I first read the synopsis about the guy going into Chem Lab with an entourage, I was thinking rockstar, or royalty or something, but boy was I wrong. How Amanda seemselly wove basketball, an extremely pair of studious coeds, and some wicked chemistry into this book is beyond me. I love that this is a slow burn that made me fall wickedly in love with both Drew and Abby. This is a must read! Like, yesterday!