As one of the greatest college quarterbacks of all time, I know how to read a damn play.
But beautiful Bree is unreadable. Usually she seems indifferent to me, but sometimes she gets this look in her eyes practically begging me to take her right then and there. She’s the kind of girl that drives guys like me crazy. While the rest of the country falls all over themselves for my attention, she won’t give me the time of day.
Usually I can handle the distance between us, but after seeing her in danger, something in me snaps. Before I know what’s happening, I’m risking everything to keep her safe.
She’s smart, grounded, and innocent. She’s more than I deserve. But I want her anyway.
Growing up next door to Sean taught me one thing: Everyone loves a bad boy. Especially me.
Luckily, he’s my best friend’s brother. This means I have access to nearly every major event in his life, from lighting up scoreboards to cop cars. But having a front row seat has some major drawbacks. Namely, no other man can compare.
He’s all muscle, tattoos, and talent. Yeah, he’s a gifted quarterback, but there’s more than that. He’s got the kind of gift good girls like me shouldn’t concern themselves with...
I’ve spent years convincing myself that it was just puppy love. An infatuation. After going to different colleges, I expected my obsession to end. Instead, the distance made it clear that he owns my heart the way he owns a stadium. Now he’s home for winter break, and I’m desperate to make him mine.
After all, he’s my first love. Why shouldn’t he be my first everything? I just have to remember, even first times can have consequences. . .
This standalone novel contains themes that may be disturbing to some readers, especially for those who may have experienced a related trauma.
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