A rebound isn’t supposed to last. Though, sometimes, fate has other ideas in this opposites attract, friends with benefits romance.
It wasn’t supposed to happen this way.
Mackenzie Thomas started planning her future at the age of six. She knew the college she wanted, the career she needed, and the boy she would marry.
Only he wasn’t supposed to break up with her in such a spectacular fashion. Now, she’s tossing her planner and breaking her rules.
First up: Pacey Ziglar.
Mackenzie wants one night of fun. One night to toss out all inhibitions with the sexy Brit across the hall. Too bad she fell for her rebound along the way.
This book was amazing I absolutely loved Pacey ! The chemistry between Pasey and Mackenzie just perfect . McKenzie had a plan for her life she did her homework did her research and had everything written down from A-to-Z. Than life like always those curveballs and she just got the biggest one of all. Heartbroken & a little unsure she decides to she needs a rebound to help get her though! Pacey smart funny and very sexy offers to be her rebound and friend . What he didn’t think would happen was the feelings she brings out in him and can she trust and learn to love again ? This is the second book in The On My Own Series and it is definitely a great read !!!
Love a sexy Brit!!
This is the second book in the On My Own series. It’s Pacey’s book 😍. I’ve got a bit of a crush on him, the whole sexy Brit thing. But as we find out, there’s so much more to him. As Mackenzie finds out. After walking in on a not pleasant sight (her ex with another woman), Pacey helps her to hold her head up, move on and keep going. And boy he makes that easier. They go through some rough times during the semester, but in the end they fight through together. I can’t wait to read the next roommates book!
Mackenzie & Pacey
On the heels of “My One Night” we pickup with our co-eds Mackenzie and Tanner. Their “friends first” mantra while Mackenzie is trying to pickup and replan her planned out life repeatedly stands in the way of these two. They are also dealing with a lot of college pressures (grades/classes/internship), personal problems (new living arrangements for both groups, major life changes for Tanner) and relationship baggage. This story was a good read for character development, but this book seems to be lighter on the heat than other CA books, but when it’s steamy…it’s HOT. Overall 4.5/5