John (Jammer) Thomas is not one of the good guys your parents want you to end up with. He's been on his own since he was seventeen, traveling from city to city, making enough money to survive by doing the only thing he's ever been good at. Playing pool. He's covered in tattoo's and has a mouth that would make a grandmother cry.
He doesn't do relationships. He doesn't care about anyone besides himself. He's a drifter. A Hustler.
At first look, she's just a pretty little thing behind the bar, but Charlene (Charlie) is so much more.
After her parents died in a fire she was put into the foster care system. Thanks to her good grades and hard work, she earned herself a scholarship.
Feeling like she was finally going to make something for herself, she finds out she has inherited a bar and a kid brother, from a father she never even knew.
While she tries to manage her new life, people from her father's past come to collect old debts and threaten everything Charlie has left.
Can she really trust Jammer, or is he just helping her for what it pays out?
Hustle me was okay. The ending was my favorite part out of the whole book. And sometimes the way it was written got slightly frustrating.
It's about a girl who suddenly finds out she has a brother, and a father who left her a bar to take care of. There she meets Jammer a pool hustler who use to know her father. Instantly Charlie can't stand Jammer. It takes a while for her to give him a chance, and when she does things change for them.
A wonderful romance builds between Charlie, and Jammer that is only broken when Jammer makes a huge mistake. I couldn't believe what he did. It was so frustrating. And Jammer's father was a complete jerk.
This book wasn't all that great but it wasn't bad either. I did enjoy reading it. And I may look into reading the next one.