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He’s moody, stubborn, and quite possibly the hottest guy I’ve ever seen.

And I’ve seen quite a few, but this one...I’ve been watching him since freshman year of college. Word on the street is that he thinks women are too needy, too catty, and overall pains in the butt. He’s about to meet his match.

As a curvy girl who’s had to work hard all of her life to be a ballerina in a world where I don’t often belong, I’m up for the challenge. And he is soooo worth it.

Dark hair, piercing eyes, and a smirk that leaves me panting with weak knees? Yes, please. More. But he’s not going to make it easy. I wouldn’t expect him to.

First thing is first. Time to break the ice.

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This is the first book in the Providence University Series, a sweet College Sports Romance. Aubrey and Lucas's slow burn romance is sweet, emotional, and cute, filled with angst, drama, and relationship issues. The supporting characters are interesting, and I liked the friendship and the brotherhood in this story. The College Life felt real, and well researched. I liked the happy ending. Brian Meslar and Kelsey-Ann ODowd did a good job with the narration. Looking forward to listening to Looking To Score, the next book in the Series. I find these authors's writing style to be clear and easy to read. I enjoyed it.