Hard head. Bad attitude. Terrible boyfriend. That’s what my exes have said about me—but I wasn’t serious about any of them, so what do I care what rumors they spread? What I need is to be left alone; by the press, by the paparazzi, and by women.
Too bad I’m about to be surrounded by them for the weekend. My obnoxious, matchmaking brother is getting married, and he’s doing his damndest find me a wedding date…
That’s what they say about good men—they’re hard to find. Not that when I find one, I’ll be the type he’s looking for; too nice, too ordinary, too boring.
My cousin is getting married, and her fiancé insists on throwing me at his brother. Cold, uncaring professional football player Tripp Wallace would never look twice at a woman like me. Too bad for both of us, I was wrong…
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Omg! This book had me cracking up so much! Tripp is NOT lovable. He’s a downright Grinch. And Chandler is not looking for anything. Tripp may be the most gorgeous man she’s seen, but he’s the biggest jerk around. Ney had me in stitches with the verbal volley between these two. I laughed my way through a good half of this book. It took a few chapters to get into it, but this story paid off. Tripp and Chandler go on a series of “dates” that aren’t really dates. And one of the best parts is Tripp taking love advice from his dog walker, Molly. The catch? Molly is the 15 year old that lives next door… Tripp might be able to catch a ball, but can he catch Chandler’s heart? A very fun read! 4.5 stars
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