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Last year, Cassidy Jameson tanked her freshman year at college. It was nothing short of a- Huge. Epic. Fail. Instead of focusing on classes and her sport, she ended up cracking under the pressure and losing everything that was important to her. After spending nine long months trying to piece herself back together again, Cassidy is now starting over at a new university. It’ Last year, Cassidy Jameson tanked her freshman year at college. It was nothing short of a- Huge. Epic. Fail. Instead of focusing on classes and her sport, she ended up cracking under the pressure and losing everything that was important to her. After spending nine long months trying to piece herself back together again, Cassidy is now starting over at a new university. It’s a place where no one knows about the anxiety she suffers from or the mistakes that sent her careening out of control. It’s a fresh start where she can finally get her life back on track and prove to her family, not to mention herself, that she’s not a total screw up. So this year, there’s no room for anything but academics. And yeah, she’ll humor her childhood friend and roommate, Brooklyn, by going to a party or two, but she has zero interest in getting caught up in that lifestyle again. She’s not about to make the same mistake twice by becoming unfocused. It’s unfortunate that someone didn’t mention that to a certain hockey playing hottie because he just won’t take the hint and leave her alone. As much as Cassidy hates to admit it, if she has a type, Cole Mathews definitely fits the bill perfectly. With his dark shaggy hair, golden brown eyes, muscular arms, and those damnable dimples of his- he's absolutely gorgeous. Oh, and did she just so happen to mention his hard wide chest? Yeah... totally dreamy. Er... if she were the dreamy sort, that is. Thank goodness she's not. To make matters worse, he's ridiculously easy going. And yeah, she’ll come right out and say it- nice. Definitely kryptonite material. Which makes him much too dangerous for the likes of her and this year, she's smart enough to know it. Even though resisting him seems futile, that doesn't mean she isn’t going to try her damnedest to do it. This Novel is intended for readers 18+. *Language & Sexual Situations*


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Last year, Cassidy Jameson tanked her freshman year at college. It was nothing short of a- Huge. Epic. Fail. Instead of focusing on classes and her sport, she ended up cracking under the pressure and losing everything that was important to her. After spending nine long months trying to piece herself back together again, Cassidy is now starting over at a new university. It’ Last year, Cassidy Jameson tanked her freshman year at college. It was nothing short of a- Huge. Epic. Fail. Instead of focusing on classes and her sport, she ended up cracking under the pressure and losing everything that was important to her. After spending nine long months trying to piece herself back together again, Cassidy is now starting over at a new university. It’s a place where no one knows about the anxiety she suffers from or the mistakes that sent her careening out of control. It’s a fresh start where she can finally get her life back on track and prove to her family, not to mention herself, that she’s not a total screw up. So this year, there’s no room for anything but academics. And yeah, she’ll humor her childhood friend and roommate, Brooklyn, by going to a party or two, but she has zero interest in getting caught up in that lifestyle again. She’s not about to make the same mistake twice by becoming unfocused. It’s unfortunate that someone didn’t mention that to a certain hockey playing hottie because he just won’t take the hint and leave her alone. As much as Cassidy hates to admit it, if she has a type, Cole Mathews definitely fits the bill perfectly. With his dark shaggy hair, golden brown eyes, muscular arms, and those damnable dimples of his- he's absolutely gorgeous. Oh, and did she just so happen to mention his hard wide chest? Yeah... totally dreamy. Er... if she were the dreamy sort, that is. Thank goodness she's not. To make matters worse, he's ridiculously easy going. And yeah, she’ll come right out and say it- nice. Definitely kryptonite material. Which makes him much too dangerous for the likes of her and this year, she's smart enough to know it. Even though resisting him seems futile, that doesn't mean she isn’t going to try her damnedest to do it. This Novel is intended for readers 18+. *Language & Sexual Situations*

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Christie«SHBBblogger»

    3.5 stars Not too bad, if a little predictable. I liked the fact that both the h/H were talented hockey players. It was cute seeing him discover she's basically his dream woman. She knows classic cars, she's quick witted, AND she kicks ass at hockey? He was salivating. Lol. Here's what I really want to know. WHY the freakity freak is the guy on the cover wearing that shirt? The hero is a college hockey player. Uh....am I missing something? Is he a CEO in his secret life? 3.5 stars Not too bad, if a little predictable. I liked the fact that both the h/H were talented hockey players. It was cute seeing him discover she's basically his dream woman. She knows classic cars, she's quick witted, AND she kicks ass at hockey? He was salivating. Lol. Here's what I really want to know. WHY the freakity freak is the guy on the cover wearing that shirt? The hero is a college hockey player. Uh....am I missing something? Is he a CEO in his secret life?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Talltree

    Okay NA romance. Sweet, hot Jock H who almost stalks the h, but didn't like the h much. HFN ending. 3 stars just for the H, wish he had another h though!! Note: there is a sequel planned apparently, potential for drama there from h's jerkish dad, from H's cheating ex and a new OM sniffing around h. Not sure how this author is going to handle it.. Okay NA romance. Sweet, hot Jock H who almost stalks the h, but didn't like the h much. HFN ending. 3 stars just for the H, wish he had another h though!! Note: there is a sequel planned apparently, potential for drama there from h's jerkish dad, from H's cheating ex and a new OM sniffing around h. Not sure how this author is going to handle it..

  3. 5 out of 5

    Iva

    Fans of new adult will certainly enjoy this book and I did too, despite being a little cheesy and predicatable, it was nice. Both main characters are pretty easy going, just a bit too dramatic and nothing special so no high rating from me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    What I liked: 1) We get Cole's, the H's, pov sporadically throughout this book. It was necessary for me to finish reading it as I found Cassidy's narrative a little grating. 2) Cole. Need I say more? He's beautiful, smart, sweet, steadfast, and not a manwhore. How refreshing. 3) There isn't any outside drama. No love triangles, no cheating, no using others to make someone jealous. Again, refreshing. What I didn't like: 1) Cassidy. Yes, she had her issues, but I didn't really understand why she made s What I liked: 1) We get Cole's, the H's, pov sporadically throughout this book. It was necessary for me to finish reading it as I found Cassidy's narrative a little grating. 2) Cole. Need I say more? He's beautiful, smart, sweet, steadfast, and not a manwhore. How refreshing. 3) There isn't any outside drama. No love triangles, no cheating, no using others to make someone jealous. Again, refreshing. What I didn't like: 1) Cassidy. Yes, she had her issues, but I didn't really understand why she made such a big deal out of what happened last year. I guess since she had no support system and her family is so mad at her (again, I don't really understand why), so maybe that was why her "failure" haunted her so. I do believe it was blown out of proportion, though. While most college NA makes light of binge drinking, casual sex, crazy partying, and skipping class, this book almost takes it too seriously. I guess for me, some of these issues are more serious than others, but none of them should make parents borderline disown their kid. It doesn't make any sense and since there were basically no development of the parent's character, it continued to mystify (and not in the good way) all the way to the end of the book. 2) Disclosing "secret" dragged on for wayyyyy too long. 3) I needed to hear more from Cole. Cassidy's inner monologue was too much.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lburt

    Great characters, great drama I only wished it was longer. Didn't take me very long to read and although it's not a cliff hanger there were some unresolved issues at the end that I am now annoyed to have to wait to find out about. Great characters, great drama I only wished it was longer. Didn't take me very long to read and although it's not a cliff hanger there were some unresolved issues at the end that I am now annoyed to have to wait to find out about.

  6. 5 out of 5

    K.R. Moir

    Jennifer does a great job of making you feel like you are on a journey with Cassidy. Everyone makes mistakes. At the time, you may never realize exactly what those mistakes could cost you, or how much time it could take to get back to who you really are.

  7. 4 out of 5

    TereseDK

    Dnf @ 55% Just not feeling it. Maybe it's because I just read King of Campus and this one feels like an exact repeat sans the man-whore trope. Dnf @ 55% Just not feeling it. Maybe it's because I just read King of Campus and this one feels like an exact repeat sans the man-whore trope.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elisabeth Cole

    I would have enjoyed this book a lot more if it actually made sense. I didn't understand why Cassidy was making the choices she did. I didn't understand her family's reaction to what happened to her the previous year at all. I actually felt outraged at how they acted and that the author made it seem like it was Cassidy's fault and it was her job to try and patch things up with them. Once she did, she never confronted or questioned them, just was thankful they were back together. I also didn't un I would have enjoyed this book a lot more if it actually made sense. I didn't understand why Cassidy was making the choices she did. I didn't understand her family's reaction to what happened to her the previous year at all. I actually felt outraged at how they acted and that the author made it seem like it was Cassidy's fault and it was her job to try and patch things up with them. Once she did, she never confronted or questioned them, just was thankful they were back together. I also didn't understand why it took so long to find out what happened to Cassidy, almost at the end of the book. The one bright spot? Cole!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brit

    Don’t know why this authors books don’t have more reviews. I loved King of Campus and really enjoyed this one. Was hoping for an epilogue but then I realized there’s a second book! Starting it now! Recommend you give this a try!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Natalia Alen Trpkoski

    I really really enjoyed reading this book, I loved the playful setting in the beginning and the entire build up of the friendship and relationship. It was a great book, a really great read. Can't wait to see what happens next 😉 I really really enjoyed reading this book, I loved the playful setting in the beginning and the entire build up of the friendship and relationship. It was a great book, a really great read. Can't wait to see what happens next 😉

  11. 5 out of 5

    kim Park Lee

    Somehow, it wasn't enticing as I hoped. Really debating with my self if I should continue to the sequel... Maybe I'm over the age... Somehow, it wasn't enticing as I hoped. Really debating with my self if I should continue to the sequel... Maybe I'm over the age...

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ilaria reads too much :)

    Nice really nice Definitely predictable but nice and worth the read

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gwyneth Cage

    It’s a no from me

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ofelia

    Fun read!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chrissie

    DNF. Too much inner monologue, not enough action. Also getting really fed up with the predictably of these books, one or both of the main characters always has some big secret that they can't share, if this book ends like all the others then the secret will eventually come out, there will be drama and tension for a little while whilst the reader panics that they won't get back together then it will finish with them having their happily ever after. There is a chance this book ends differently tha DNF. Too much inner monologue, not enough action. Also getting really fed up with the predictably of these books, one or both of the main characters always has some big secret that they can't share, if this book ends like all the others then the secret will eventually come out, there will be drama and tension for a little while whilst the reader panics that they won't get back together then it will finish with them having their happily ever after. There is a chance this book ends differently than the rest or perhaps there is a big twist somewhere in there but I don't have the patience to wait till the end, I've already found myself skimming paragraphs to get through all the thoughts and feelings the author repeatedly felt they had to document. Also one last complaint; becoming increasingly frustrated with the parents in these stories, they are just bad parents/people there really is no excuses, and I will automatically hate a son/daughter that submits to being treated badly just because it's their parent. Find myself screaming at my characters "just cut them loose!!!"

  16. 4 out of 5

    Traci

    For Full Review http://bookplusheart.com/2015/07/22/s... When I started this book I thought it would be a stand-alone, but when I got to the end there were some unanswered questions. Then the author tells us that this will be a series. AAAGGGGG! I was in the mood for just reading and moving on. Now I have to wait for the stupid questions to be answered. Why!!!!! Okay, enough venting, but seriously. Please author's note from your readers. We beg you to put an indication somewhere in the sum For Full Review http://bookplusheart.com/2015/07/22/s... When I started this book I thought it would be a stand-alone, but when I got to the end there were some unanswered questions. Then the author tells us that this will be a series. AAAGGGGG! I was in the mood for just reading and moving on. Now I have to wait for the stupid questions to be answered. Why!!!!! Okay, enough venting, but seriously. Please author's note from your readers. We beg you to put an indication somewhere in the summary before we purchase it that is will be a series. Or even title the series and then use a subheading. This would help us not be mad by the end of the book that the story just stops!Picture As you can see I gave the book a 4 star rating. That has become quite common with my new Adult books. I really like most of them. There is nothing wrong with the story as a whole and the characters are developed fine. I was about to give it a 3 star, but I felt that Cassidy did enough growing in the book for me to give it a 4 star. She meets a boy at a party. He becomes captivated by her and she wants nothing to do with him. The story evolves around them becoming closer as friends then as a couple, while she is struggling to overcome her personal demons. Okay so enough rambling. The book is about a "girl" who is running away from some transgressions she did the previous year. She has a tense relationship with her family and has to go to therapy to be able to conquer her anxiety attacks

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Shiels

    This is a really good book. Cassidy Jameson has just transferred to a new school and is doing everything she can to do better than she first did. She went to Dartmouth her freshman year with a Hockey Scholarship and she failed completely. But she's hoping to just blend into the background, do well in school, and show that she's capable of so much more. Cassidy feels like a huge failure and she's doing everything she can to do better. She's seeing a therapist, she's working really hard in school, This is a really good book. Cassidy Jameson has just transferred to a new school and is doing everything she can to do better than she first did. She went to Dartmouth her freshman year with a Hockey Scholarship and she failed completely. But she's hoping to just blend into the background, do well in school, and show that she's capable of so much more. Cassidy feels like a huge failure and she's doing everything she can to do better. She's seeing a therapist, she's working really hard in school, and she's doing everything she can to not do anything she did the previous year. Her roomie and friend, Brooklyn, drags her to parties here and there but Cassidy doesn't drink and hangs out with her friend. Her family has shut her out and she was really close with her father before all this. He coached her and pushed her for Hockey and now he's made it clear that he doesn't want to have anything to do with her. Cole is gorgeous and doesn't shy away from showing her that he cares about her and wants to be with her. She does everything she can to push him away. Cole comes into her life and he does everything he can to make sure she knows that he wants to be Cassidy's boyfriend. He is gorgeous and he's a hockey player. But he doesn't hook up with people, he's a relationship kind of guy. He was in a relationship until he found out that his best friend turned girlfriend cheated on him and now he has trust issues. Definitely worth reading and looking forward to the next book - Don't Leave.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dg

    This was a good book to read but hate the cliffhanger at the end so now have to wait for book 2 to get more answers. Cassidy went through some tough shit in her previous school and wants a fresh start and here comes Cole sexy ass sweet as hell hockey player Cole with the greatest sense of humor and awesome personality and does not give up on Cassidy. The connection between the 2 of them is hot but her past keeps her from getting closer to him but in the end she just wants it and goes for it. Lov This was a good book to read but hate the cliffhanger at the end so now have to wait for book 2 to get more answers. Cassidy went through some tough shit in her previous school and wants a fresh start and here comes Cole sexy ass sweet as hell hockey player Cole with the greatest sense of humor and awesome personality and does not give up on Cassidy. The connection between the 2 of them is hot but her past keeps her from getting closer to him but in the end she just wants it and goes for it. Love the book for having a little bit of everything with her hockey, her therapy sessions, her love moments with Cole. Would have like more POV from Cole but overall it was a really good book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Cassidy and Cole Cassidy enters her second year of college as a freshman. Her first year didn't go so well. Because of the previous fall she has sworn off men completely. Then she meets Cole. She tries to discourage him but he is incredibly persistent. One thing that gets me... What is Coles tattoo? This is the second book I've read by the author. I kind of had a feeling about what had happened to Cassidy. But not totally so that was good. The editing was not so hot. There were a lot of small word Cassidy and Cole Cassidy enters her second year of college as a freshman. Her first year didn't go so well. Because of the previous fall she has sworn off men completely. Then she meets Cole. She tries to discourage him but he is incredibly persistent. One thing that gets me... What is Coles tattoo? This is the second book I've read by the author. I kind of had a feeling about what had happened to Cassidy. But not totally so that was good. The editing was not so hot. There were a lot of small words missing like of and is. It was worse in the beginning. I don't like it when errors bring me back to reality.

  20. 5 out of 5

    in3s

    DNF @ 56%. I didn't realize this was by the same author who wrote King Of Campus, otherwise I wouldn't have bought it. I mean, I though KOC was borderline "meh". This goes the same way KOC goes. Good start with interesting male lead, and it weakens as the story goes and you start to grow less and less fond of everyone and the plotline in question. Instead of being bored, I just DNF'd it because this year I started doing that instead of sitting through books I don't enjoy. DNF @ 56%. I didn't realize this was by the same author who wrote King Of Campus, otherwise I wouldn't have bought it. I mean, I though KOC was borderline "meh". This goes the same way KOC goes. Good start with interesting male lead, and it weakens as the story goes and you start to grow less and less fond of everyone and the plotline in question. Instead of being bored, I just DNF'd it because this year I started doing that instead of sitting through books I don't enjoy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Penrod

    Reviewed by Between The Pages Book Blog Fantastic hockey romance with an incredibly broken girl and a sweet hot caring hockey player who breaks down every wall she has built around herself can he get to the real her or will she put back up her walls and run read this amazing sports romance and see for yourself

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mae

    Cassidy is trying to overcome a traumatic experience and had decided that that also means that men can't be apart of her life. Cole Matthews has decided that he likes Cassidy and doesn't take no for an answer. Cassidy's personality begins strong but seems to wane as the story progresses. Nice feel good story. Cassidy is trying to overcome a traumatic experience and had decided that that also means that men can't be apart of her life. Cole Matthews has decided that he likes Cassidy and doesn't take no for an answer. Cassidy's personality begins strong but seems to wane as the story progresses. Nice feel good story.

  23. 4 out of 5

    bernell outen

    This book was a page tuner. I just could not put it down. I can't wait to read the next book. How long will I have to wait. How many more books did you write. So until the next book. Thanks This book was a page tuner. I just could not put it down. I can't wait to read the next book. How long will I have to wait. How many more books did you write. So until the next book. Thanks

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rina Smith

    Really enjoyable Cassidy's past keeps her from moving forward until she meets Cole. Such a sweet story, that will undoubtedly become hectic in the next book with both of their pasts coming to light. Really enjoyable Cassidy's past keeps her from moving forward until she meets Cole. Such a sweet story, that will undoubtedly become hectic in the next book with both of their pasts coming to light.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brenna

    I enjoyed this book, thought it was a cute sweet college romance, the only thing that became frustrating was finding out her "big" secret! It was about 75% in that I was getting annoyed of her putting the story off, maybe I'm just impatient. I enjoyed this book, thought it was a cute sweet college romance, the only thing that became frustrating was finding out her "big" secret! It was about 75% in that I was getting annoyed of her putting the story off, maybe I'm just impatient.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    Lots of build up for the second book, basically. But not terrible either. I'm interested enough to want to read the second. Maybe this book should been reduced more, but I won't know for sure until I read the next. Lots of build up for the second book, basically. But not terrible either. I'm interested enough to want to read the second. Maybe this book should been reduced more, but I won't know for sure until I read the next.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tanya Reeves

    There appears to be a theme in all theses books. Repeat yourself constantly (author seriously needs a new editor), don't really resolve deep underlying issues worried about, talked about and shown, and just end the story when things could still fall apart. Hmmm. Nope, this doesn't work for me. There appears to be a theme in all theses books. Repeat yourself constantly (author seriously needs a new editor), don't really resolve deep underlying issues worried about, talked about and shown, and just end the story when things could still fall apart. Hmmm. Nope, this doesn't work for me.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Beyond expectations I love this author all of her books are great for painting an amazing story whether it be sad or angry or happy she never fails to surprise. Amazing story can't wait to see how the story ends Beyond expectations I love this author all of her books are great for painting an amazing story whether it be sad or angry or happy she never fails to surprise. Amazing story can't wait to see how the story ends

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Hale

    I loved it couldn't put it down Great read kept you guessing never boring I couldn't put it down beautifully written loved the characters a must read. I loved it couldn't put it down Great read kept you guessing never boring I couldn't put it down beautifully written loved the characters a must read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lemonie

    3.5 for me as it started to drag before the end. I got to the point where I didn't care what her secret was. 3.5 for me as it started to drag before the end. I got to the point where I didn't care what her secret was.

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