After moving from stuffy Washington D.C. to laid back San Diego, Samantha Smith hopes to shed her troubled past and reinvent herself as a freshman at San Diego University.
Her parents are pressuring her to major in Accounting, because it’s the safe thing to do. But Samantha really wants to try something more adventurous, and secretly dreams of ditching the business major to study Art instead.
When she crosses paths with a handsome tattoo-clad bad boy, her life is turned upside down, and Samantha finds herself with more adventure than she ever dreamed possible.
Content Warning: Due to sexual situations and strong language, this novel may not be appropriate for readers under 18.
This story begins with Sam going to college. She's going to major in accounting even though she doesn't want to, and this is the only way she knew she could have some freedom. She has a lot of issues she's dealing with, and in no way wants anything to do with the bad boy who comes into her life. But she can't seem to stay away from him, even when he makes it easy for her to hate him.
This book had an interesting plot line. But it just wasn't for me. The author did a good job with the writing, and again the plot. But I could not stand either the hero or heroine.
I felt like the heroine was a major contradiction, and was annoying at times.
The hero was a major jerk in my eyes, and never really redeems himself. So,
as much as I tried to like this one, I just didn't. It just was not my cup of tea.