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His challenge? Make her fall in love with him.
Her challenge? Play the player.
Until life changes the rules of the game.
Maddie Stevens hated Braden Carter on sight. Arrogant, egotistical, and the playboy of the University of California, Berkeley, he's everything her brother Pearce has taught her to despise. So why, when the girls challenge her to play the player, doesn't she say no? She doesn't know either.
Braden wanted fiery little Maddie the second he laid eyes on her - and he'd do anything to have her, hence why he's agreed to make her fall in love with him. After all, it's the only way he'll get what he wants. Sex.
But, as Braden discovers, there's more to the girl from Brooklyn than he ever imagined - and he can't help but care about the broken girl behind those pretty green eyes.
Maddie finds Braden isn't just a walking erection - he actually has feelings. He can be sweet, funny and his good looks don't exactly hurt. That means trouble - but when her brother Pearce turns up in Berkeley begging for her help, she realises Braden and Pearce aren't so alike anymore.
And maybe, just maybe, they're exactly what each other needs.
**New Adult Contemporary Romance. Not recommended for readers under the age of 17 due to sexual situations, strong language, and heavy subject matter**
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it was a good book, i love how it was told! i only have three main corrections:
1) the use of the word “slightly” was far too often
2) i’m not sure if this was just because of the version i’ve downloaded onto my phone, but the font kept switching. at first it drove me crazy but i got over it
3) i wish the ending was more complete. i wanna know what happens next. how things go on for them
besides that it was so good and so sweet. not too heavy and dark for me, that stuff i can’t handle. i do recommend it tho!
I loved this book so much! I think it might be one of my favorite books, actually. Great mix of romance and emotion/life. Perfect! And very sweet! If only this happened in real life.
Juvenile but okay