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"The bigger you are, the harder you fall." 

That's what my mom is always saying. She's talking about love - I've never been in it myself, but that doesn't stop me from secretly matchmaking for my friends. Who would suspect me, a world-class athlete, of meddling in other people's love lives? I love love, especially when it's not me who's doing the falling....

"No thanks."

That's what Hollis Westbrooke said when I asked her on a date. Well, propositioned her, actually - but it was all a big joke; one she doesn't think is funny. My stomach is in knots since I might actually like this girl, so the joke is one me. Hollis' father is my boss - and she doesn't date players.

The bigger they are, the harder they fall - especially when the biggest player is me.

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Sara Ney (P)2020 Tantor

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Alexander Clandeese made this book unbearable. His voice legitimately is not okay for romance narration. He sounds very skeevy and completely ruins any attraction to the love interest. It makes you actively root against the male character because he sounds like a creeper. I’m sorry, but I can’t.