Can fun in the sun turn into lasting love?
Spring break in Key West with my besties was supposed to be casual fun. But I never expected to meet him. Sex and frolic? Yes! A relationship? No. But his hot blue eyes and confident manner drew me in. And when he let me see the man behind the mask, I fell hard, foolishly believing there could be a future for us. Of course, I never considered our relationship might be based on lies...or that his betrayal could rock my foundation and make me question everything I believed in…
Or will a life built on lies ruin everything?The moment I saw her I knew I had to have her. She hooked me with her cool eyes and don't-touch-me attitude. I had it all-money, social status, and looks. I could get any girl I wanted...until her. When my friends challenged me with a bet to get her into bed by the end of the week, I couldn't pass it up. But sex wasn't supposed to turn into love. She wasn't supposed to change me, push me, and make me want more for myself. She wasn't supposed to wreck me in all ways. And now, if I can't turn my lies into truth, I just might lose her forever.
©2014 Jennifer Probst (P)2014 Jennifer Probst
The story is pretty lame and totally predictable. The continued references to anything Ivy League are annoying and just plain wrong. For example, Princeton is not a place you "try out" after getting booted out of Yale. They don't even accept transfers from any other school. Characterizing drunken do-nothings as Ivy Leaguers is the worst kind of stereotyping. The author seriously needs to get a clue.
The narrator speaks at a rapid pace that makes her sound like she's in a perpetual argument. Fading in and out of strange accents does nothing to enhance the story.
I won't bother with any more of this series.
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