From Best Selling Author, Ali Parker comes another great story from Providence University...
Jacob Wright is president of the largest fraternity on campus, and he’s known as a lady killer, and a bit of a slut. He wears his badges proud and never leaves anyone with the pretense that he’s something he’s not. Having to balance working at his father’s restaurant with school and soccer has become almost impossible, but there’s a new reason for wanting to show up – Emily.
Emily Campbell has heard all about Jacob Wright and his unruly ways. There’s not too many girls on campus that don’t wish for a night in his bed, but Emily can’t imagine why. He’s impossibly sexy, but that only goes so far. After taking a job at the local pizza parlor on campus, she realizes that she’s going to get a large dose of the frat boy and his wild ways.
Jacob might think that Emily is willing to play his game, but she’s going to throw out a flag and call it like she sees it – Offside.
18+ Explicit sexual content, possible foul language and violence.
**HEA - these novels are all within the Pro-U series, but are about different couples at the university and should stand-alone.
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Another good one
Ali Parker has done it again with the Pro-U series. Emily and Jacob are flawed and damaged, but have the reader rooting for them all the way. A nice build-up, but the ending was a little abrupt, leaving me wondering just a bit. A fun, quick read.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Don't Drink the Koolaid
For whatever reason iTunes won't post my other 2 negative reviews of this book. Maybe third times the charm?
The heroine ( and author?) tries to justify being with Brody, but in reality she stays with him because he foots the bill on her expenses. Don't fool yourself, this is a modern day pretty woman, but at least Julia Roberts' character didn't deny what she was doing. This fact alone makes the book terrible. The one redeeming character is an admitted man slore.
Idk why so many people gave this high stars. And aside from the huge disappointment of the heroine is the fact that the actual romance doesn't come in to play until halfway through the book.
The first book in the series was worth the read but this one was absolutely TERRIBLE. I was angry reading it & I won't be continuing with the rest of the series.
Such a waste 💩😡👎🏽
Another great story by Ali Parker. Couldn't put this one down!