I swore I'd never have the hots for another jerky jock again, and yet, here we are…
The only way I can crush it my second year of college is to avoid any potential heartbreakers, but when I meet Parker Kent, my self restraint meets its match.
The basketball team captain is at the top of the popularity chain. With all that charm and smoking hot tattooed body, he could have any girl he wants…and yet he keeps showing up at my Monday shift, almost as if intentionally trying to get my attention off of school work and onto him.
He plays like it's my wit that's won him over, but that doesn't seem to warrant his persistence. What exactly is he after? I mean, if the rumors are to be believed, his skills can't be beat. Not on the courts…or off. But is a night of passion worth the inevitable heartache?
If you like sweet new adult contemporary sports romance with snappy dialogue, delicious characters, and swoon-worthy moments, then Monday Night Guy is for you! Scroll up and one click to see if Parker can show Addison that not all college relationships end up out of bounds.
Read the Complete Series!
The My Guy Series can be read in any order, but for the maximum reading experience, read as follows:
Book 1: Monday Night Guy
Book 2: My Aussie Guy
Book 3: My Forbidden Guy
Book4: The Right Guy
I wasn’t sure I was all into this book at times which is probably more of an age thing. However, as it got more into the real story of Parker and Addison, it became a really sweet love story with that forever type of love. Loved the ending!
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I tried to like this book because the synopsis sounded interesting. I started reading it and right off the bat I hated the way it flowed… or rather the lack of flow. I understand the kids are college kids but the conversation and dialogue sounds more like a middle schooler. It just wasn’t my cup of tea. I wouldn’t suggest this book even when it’s free and I definitely would not pay for it.