It was meant to be the job opportunity of a life time.
It turned out to be so much more…
At the age of twenty five, Emma Lexington takes off to New York on a once in a life time twelve-month job exchange with the New York Warriors. Determined to make the most of the opportunity, she prepares herself for life in the big apple—fast paced, exciting and a whole lot of fun. What she hasn’t prepare for though, is meeting him.
The charming Will Jensen is in the prime of his playing career. As the star quarterback for the Warriors, his carefree, football centric life is thrown into disarray when he meets Emma, the beautiful, easy going Australian girl who joins the Warriors staff.
Unwilling to throw her professional reputation away on a fling with the playboy quarterback, Emma turns down Will’s advances, even though she can’t deny the attraction she feels for him. Their pull toward one another grows, but it takes a near disaster for Emma to finally give Will a chance.
Getting together might have been hard, but figuring out how to stay together will prove even more challenging as Emma must decide between conflicting loyalties.
Lexington and 42nd is a fun, sexy romance, set in the exciting world of the NFL in the fabulous city of New York.
Lexington and 42nd begins when Emma gets a job opportunity in New York for a year! This is the best opportunity of a life time, she gets the chance to help her company, and she gets to explore New York. Little did she know the QB that she has to help out with is going to be much harder to deal with.
Will Jensen is used to getting what he wants, and when he meets Emma he knows he has to have her. However, she's not exactly down with this scenario and lets him know it. Now, he's going to stop at nothing to get what he wants!
This book was interesting, but I had a very hard time liking the heroine. Emma really drove me nuts at times. I didn't like the way she was going on about this important opportunity, but then she didn't even do research for her job. I thought that was rather stupid, and irresponsible and defeats her excuses of not wanting to be with Will in the first place.
Other than that I did like the story line, it was an enjoyable easy read.