Obviously Sara Ney has this shit nailed. She writes the best sweet guy, arseholes and she couples them to perfection with the sweetest, most genuine, quirky leading ladies. And everyone of them has worked to perfection for me.

Teddy is a quiet doormat being led around by her narcissistic friend when she crosses paths with Kip. Kip immediately decides he has to teach her how to unleash her well hidden backbone.

They were so opposite in so many things yet they were so good together. Each of them had their own quirky hang ups but they both dealt with them well without any unnecessary drama or conflict.

I got so lost in the book that I couldn't put it down. And now I have to practice my patience waiting for the next awesome college, sports romance from the beautiful Sara Ney. Who am I kidding, I have no patience, I need it now.

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