Needing an escape from her past, Avery chooses a college where no one knows her. Keeping a low profile was the plan, falling for the intense frat boy, Jase wasn’t. Yet she can’t deny how alive she feels when he’s near. Even as common sense implores her to stay away, her body begs her to get closer.
Jase, numb from his own family drama, has grown bored with weekends fueled by nameless girls and countless bottles when he meets Avery. Helping her cope with her past is better than dealing with the bullshit his own life’s served up. Determined to drive away the painful secret she’s guarding, he appoints himself her life coach, and challenges her to new experiences. Getting close to her and being the one to make her smile are simply perks of the job.
But when Avery’s past boldly saunters in, refusing to be forgotten, can Jase live with the truth about the girl he’s fallen for?
Recommended for 17+ due to mature themes and sexual content.
This book is about how Avery and Jase meet and become friends fast. They both know they are attractive to the other, but Avery has a past she doesn't want shared. And Jase doesn't want to push her into anything.
This book is a little bit different than your typical bad boy meets nice girl. Because for once the nice girl isn't so different from the bad boy.
This book has easy to fall in love with characters. And a beautiful romance, filled with love, and pain. But it's not the kind of pain the leaves you completely broken, it's the kind of pain that can be forgiven.
I really enjoyed the book overall. It was interesting, lots of funny parts, and had extra drama with the characters back rounds, past, and present. I do recommend this book, and I wound't be opposed to reading more about Jase, and Avery.