Baseball star Spencer Crews knows April can't stand him, yet his proposition of temporarily living together is the biggest curveball of his career…
Making a certain kind of video with my enemy (who happens to be everyone's favorite baseball player) was not my proudest moment, but I blame the alcohol for Spencer's smirk three seconds before our clothes ended up on the floor for our one-night mistake. He said he deleted the video, which is why I didn't expect the jerk to interrupt my date a few months later to break the news that we have a problem. His solution is to avoid the press by staying at his lake house to hide away and I stupidly agree.
The next thing I know, I have two tiny eyes staring at me.
Yep, I discover Spencer is a hot single dad to a cute little girl secret. And that's not the only twist, because the small town by the lake seems to bring us closer; all of us. Spencer and my arguments fizzle out, and our looks grow longer. We talk like it matters and study one another's bodies. It feels like we are in our own little world. And in the end, I'm not sure if it's Spencer or me who's trying to convince us we may just be worth the chance…
Spencer and April bring the banter and steam in this enemies to lovers, single dad, and completely swoon worthy forced proximity story. Worth the Chance is book two in the standalone interconnected Lake Spark series. For lovers of small-town romance with a touch of sports.
April and Spencer
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This is book 2 in the series and its one I couldn't wait to read. It stars Spencer and April and they really don't like each other. BUT they have a really sexy night. The book then picks up weeks later when Spencer shows up to inform April that they might have a sex tape out there and so he needs her to come back to his lake house while he tries to deal with this small problem.
When these two become roomies well that's when this book gets really yummy. I say yummy because April gets to make lots of yummy dishes while she cohabits with Spencer. AND then she discovers his secret, his young daughter.
Both April and Spencer are not kid people and so it was fun watching them go to places with lots of kids while entertaining his young daughter Hadley. I giggled a lot in this book. It was really just so much fun.
One of the best things about this story was Spencer. He is a huge romantic and he is not afraid of love. Rather in this book April is the one who is afraid of it. I loved that Spencer chases her and realizes how special she is.
This was a really fun single dad, baseball player, hate to love, roomie romcon.