He’s the rich, arrogant, super-star, bad boy on campus…and now I’m stuck with him for twelve weeks.
Landon Bryce is basically everything I hate in a man. I’m just your typical nerdy bookworm. I’ve never even been to the football stadium before. So you can imagine the terror I felt when the panty-dropping, all-star, running back of the football team struts into my tutoring center with his cocky grin.
Now I’m the one in charge of getting his grades up.
I have real problems in my life, like taking care of my very ill mother. That’s something Landon would never understand.
The last thing I need is his brilliant green eyes raking up and down my body, his Greek God like muscles towering over me, and yet another dirty joke dripping with sexual tension.
Yes—Landon Bryce is everything I hate in a man. Men like him don’t truly know how to love.
And that’s why I always push men like him away.
I’m the best. I know it. My fans know it. My coach knows it. In one more year I’m outta here and on my way to the pros. If my grades aren’t that great, who cares?
Apparently this stupid college does. I don’t know why; my family practically owns this school.
I’d much rather have my nose stuck between the legs of a beautiful woman than a textbook.
But when I take one look at Ivy and her scolding good-girl attitude, my plans of slacking off change. She has to be mine. She’s an uptight, stick-to-the-rulebook type of girl who tries to hide how badly she wants me behind those cute librarian glasses of hers.
Then I see Ivy with her mother and something inside of me changes. I realize I’ve been living my life all wrong.
Now I have to show her I’m not just some dumb jock. She won’t be able to push me away forever. I’m a man who always gets what he wants.
It’s Fourth Down…
…and it’s about to get Dirty.