Smart Jocks: Books 1 & 2

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Publisher Description

The first two books in the Smart Jocks series.

The Assist:

You know those stories where the smart girl tutors the dumb jock? This isn’t it.


What’s the probability of insulting the one guy on campus I need to help me pass statistics? If I knew, I wouldn’t be standing in front of Wes Reynolds begging him to tutor me.

Basketball player, sexy, arrogant, always sleeping through class… these are the things I knew about him. What I didn’t know is that he is a seriously smart jock.


What’s the best way to get rid of the peppy and unrelenting girl that keeps asking me to tutor her? If I knew, I wouldn’t be staring at her tan legs and attempting to teach her statistics.

Sorority girl, fine as f**k, determined, ball buster… these are the things I knew about her. What I didn’t know is that she is all the things I didn’t realize I wanted or needed.

Or that one semester with her would change everything.

The Fadeaway:

He thinks we're playing the longest game of hard-to-get ever. We're not.


The hottest girl on campus won't go out with me. I know, I know, that sounds presumptuous, but this girl... this girl has gotten under my skin, and I can't seem to walk away.

Every Thursday, I show up at the café where she works. She's fed me every excuse in the book. I should give up and bang one of the many girls blowing up my phone. I'm not. Even when she says no, Thursday is my favorite day of the week.


The hottest guy on campus won't stop asking me out. I know that sounds like a good problem to have, but this guy... this guy has no idea how complicated my life is trying to juggle being a single mom and college student.

Every Thursday, he shows up at the café where I work. His cheesy pickup lines and arrogance should have me completely annoyed. I'm not. I can't say yes, but Thursday is my favorite day of the week.

February 25
Rebecca Jenshak
Rebecca Jenshak

Customer Reviews

sbsbrinson ,

Smart Jocks - One and Two

Great story! Two guys with a lot of heart even though it takes them a while to figure it out.

aktorian ,

Love Wes and Joel

The Assist -

This book takes a spin from most other college sports romance books and the male jock is the tutor and the pretty girl needs to ask for help. And even though Blair needs help she doesn’t seem weak at all she just knows in her situation she needs help to pass a class. The banter in this book had me laughing so hard, especially as Blair puts her foot in her mouth repeatedly but is persistent as all get out. Blair’s personality makes the book great she’s strong but also knows when to ask for help, she is very optimistic and known for the inspirational quotes she puts on coffee cups at the school café. And Wes let’s everyone think he’s just a dumb jock that sleeps through class which actually is far from the the truth. There is drama with an ex-boyfriend, an overprotective friend, an injury, loyal friends and Blair and Wes are the sweetest once Blair plows through all her attempts at getting Wes to tutor her.

The Fadeaway -

This book is the unexpected story of a playboy jock and a single mom who have more in common than anyone would think.
Joel, who we met in The Assist, is a playboy who’s always the life of the party and Katrina is a single mom of a 3 year old who is juggling a part time job, school and being a single mom. Those two people you wouldn’t think would have much in common but Katrina is fully aware of Joel’s reputation when she asks him for help which he thinks is going to get him laid.
They both have a past that leaves them untrusting and not letting people into their lives easily. But between Joel not giving up and Katrina being just as stubborn about turning him down for every date he asks her on and not letting their chemistry get the best of her.
Joel shows her a side of him that he doesn’t show others and unknowingly they both end up getting deeper in than they planned. But our past has a way of reminding us why we protect ourselves and it’s up to us to decide if we are going to stick to our signature moves or take the risk, in the words of Wes.

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