Cutters vs. Jocks
Pages no: 65
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Short Stories
, Sports And Games
, New Adult
It's almost a year since I've read Binding Arbitration so I don't know why I just discovered recently that it has a prequel! Or maybe I told myself to put it on hold and recover first from my experience reading B.A.? That being said, it was nice to learn how Aidan and Libby met. The attraction is pa...
An appropriate prequel to the longer novel.This was ok to read, I got that they fell in love although they never said it. I don't know what cutter, jock, townie or any of the other lingo meant but I got the idea that they two people came from different worlds, as defined by geography and socio-econo...
"Superstar jocks don't fall in love with cutters. ......And jocks certainly don't fall in love with cutters" This novella left me wanting for more, how glad am I now that Binding Arbitration is already available to read. I don't think my heart can stand too long as it is now I'm crying! Elizabeth "...
This thing is so bad. So very bad that it almost wants to redefine my suckity-suck shelf and that's a tall order considering Beautiful Disaster is on that shelf. I swear to whichever deity you'd prefer that it felt like I was back there in that dark place and reading *that* book again. I snark and s...
Yes, the story has been done before - home town girl and college jock, but I've never read it written like this before. I have not read the full length novel, in fact this is the first manuscript I have read from this author. It is, quite possibly, one of the most beautifully written pieces of prose...
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