Trust me when I say that Rowan Michaels fever is alive and well at Western University. His fanbase is legendary. The guy is a major player.
Both on and off the field.
Girls fall all over themselves to be with him. They fill the stands at football practice, show up at parties he’s rumored to be at, and basically stalk him around campus.
It’s a little nauseating.
Don’t these girls have any self-respect when it comes to a hot guy?
Fine...I’ll admit it, he’s good looking. If you’re into that kind of thing. Which I’m not. I’ve got school and soccer to keep me busy which is exactly why I avoid him like the plague.
Too bad for me that Rowan is my father’s star quarterback. He’s practically part of the family, attending Wednesday night dinners with us. To make matters worse, we’re in the same major and get stuck together in classes every semester. It’s like the universe is trying to play a cosmic joke on me. The one guy I’d like to steer clear of is the very same one I can’t seem to get away from.
But what if Rowan isn’t the player I pegged him to be?
What if one little secret has the capability to change everything between us?
Keywords- New adult sports romance, new adult, contemporary romance, sports romance, college romance, enemies-to-lovers, virgin romance.
Jennifer Sucevic is a USA Today Bestselling author who has published seventeen New Adult novels. Her works have been translated into both German and Dutch. Her latest endeavor is King of Campus, which will be released by Scribd in audiobook format on 12/22/2020. Jen has a bachelor’s degree in History and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She spent five years working as a high school counselor before relocating with her family. Being a writer has always been the dream and Jen feels lucky to live out that dream every day. If you would like to receive updates regarding new releases, please contact Jennifer through email at Sucevicjennifer@gmail.com or visit her website.
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