He's got everything but game.
William Drake is an artistic genius with a photographic memory and the intensity to master practically any task. Oh, and he owns a chunk of a billion-dollar gaming company. A 26-year-old guy with his wealth, talent, and good looks shouldn't have problems winning over women. Except he does. To be exact - and detail-obsessed William is always exact - he's got problems with Jenna Kovac, the troubled beauty who has his heart working overtime and his tongue tied in knots.
And she can't afford to lose.
Jenna Kovac is a survivor. When war ripped her world apart, she lost her family, her homeland, and her one true love. She's made a new life for herself in the US, but she's learned that nothing is permanent, and some nights it's not even safe to dream. When a scumbag sells her future out from under her, suddenly the only man who can get it back is William Drake, geeky - but scorching-hot - social disaster. William must learn to stay cool under pressure for the all-important duel he's about to fight. Unless she can teach him to loosen up, she'll lose everything. Again.
But Jenna's got a few things to learn from this irresistibly enigmatic man. As they spend time together, they're soon exchanging long, slow kisses - and painful secrets. There's so much more to William.
Something that might be worth taking one more risk.
©2016 Brenna Aubrey (P)2016 Brenna Aubrey
I really enjoyed this book and I loved this series. I would actually like to see another book about William and Jenna. Jenna kind of got on my nerves sometimes but overall most certainly worth a credit.
I just finished this book and was disappointed with no epilogue but was pleasantly surprised that finally I had read a romance novel that was not like the usually lead male and was not surprised that I could want a mam like that.
Autism spectrum is not reason for romance and love not to make for a good love story.
I feel like we need to be as open to love and look inside of a person and not follow a set of social regulations to guide our heart.
worth a credit; in this audible fanatic mind was a yes hands down.
The story between William and Jenna was a little different. William suffers from Austim and does not pick up on a lot of verbs and emotional queues.
Jenna grew up in a war torn country and has experienced death and loss.
They both have a lot to learn about how to love and forgive others and themselves. It was a sweet story.
"Love these books!"
Great Characters and narration. I would recommend this book and the others in the series.
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