When May Mayson signed up with a popular dating app, she never thought she would get catfished. After being stood up for a date, she finds out that the man she'd been talking to for weeks was lying about who he is.
After that horrible experience, she changes her number and deletes the app… only to have fate shove Aiden Bender right into her path.
The famous ex-soccer player whose photo was used to bait her on the dating app is the last person she expects to come face-to-face with in real life. Now, suddenly, he's everywhere she is.
With his soccer career over after an injury, Aiden is sure his shot at happiness is lost. Then he meets May, a woman he can't seem to get enough of. Now, all he has to do is convince her he's not playing a game—while juggling his father's construction company, blocking the flow of women his mother keeps sending his way, and avoiding getting run over, and shot at by whoever is out to get him.
There's a game being played, and neither May nor Aiden understand the rules.
Aiden & May
Loved it!! Couldn’t put it didn’t. Read it in one sitting!
Couldn’t put it down
I love this author and how her stories unravel. I loved every second of this book! May is a great character and her BOOM with Aiden is amazing!
So excited for another Until Her/Him book – and ARR did NOT disappoint!
So excited for another Until Her/Him book – and ARR did NOT disappoint! This installment focuses on May, who has decided to get back out there in the dating scene and download a dating app. Thinking she met a great guy and finally deciding to meet him, her journey ends in disappointment when she’s stood up, and then finds out that she’s been catfished when the real guy in the pictures, named Aiden, ends up helping save her as she saves a little boy in her neighborhood. As fate would have it, the real Aiden then ends up next door to her on vacation, and it’s there that she confides in him she’s been catfished with someone using his photos. While May is obviously attracted to Aiden, she’s shocked to find out that he feels the same way, and when they return home, they give dating a go, only to find that someone is after May and they think it’s the catfisher. In true ARR fashion, the person I thought was behind everything ends up being wrong and I was on the edge of my seat reading as I found out who the real person behind the catfish and obsession with May was, and it made the book that much better for me. I love this series, ARR’s writing, and the way she makes books that captivate me. I can’t wait for the next installment!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.