I'm a goddamn prodigy. I threw my first curveball the day I was born. The whole town is waiting on me. To live up to my father's famous name. To reach for the stars. All I want to reach for is her. But Ashley is the sweet addiction I can't afford. She's my best friend's sister. For years, I've protected her from guys that want one thing. What happens now that I've turned into one of them?
My game plan sounds simple: Pitch my way into the Major League draft and stay out of Ashley Foster's pants. That first part may be statistically difficult. The second feels damn near impossible.
From the moment we met, I knew he was trouble. The type that ruins you for any other brand.
When we were young kids, I didn't know what to call the frogs and butterflies that danced in my belly whenever Brayden came near. Now I know they have a name. Those three little words that could heal or destroy him. Before Brayden, my life was normal. And then it wasn't. It couldn't be. Ever again. How was I to know stealing his seat would change all our lives? Anger and forgiveness share two halves of the same coin. Our story might make you choose sides.
Contains mature themes.
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This best duet I have read in a long time. A well crafted story from start to finish. This story draws you in and cannot put down. One of my top reads EVER! I cannot wait to see what stories this author crafts in future.
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Not what I expected
The book was not entirely what I thought it was going to be when I first downloaded it. It wasn't bad, but wasn't great either. I struggled to finish it because of how toxic the relationship was at times, but the ending hit me square in the chest. It was enough to make me go and buy the sequel. Not a huge fan of the backstory of these 2 characters but it sets an interesting possibility for the next book.
I'm not a huge fan of Stephanie Rose, with her quintessential female voice. It comes off almost catty at times but it wasn't too bad in this book. Cooper North did a fantastic job like normally, I just wish he had more chapters.
In other words, the boom was decent for a passive read.