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  • Might be one of my favorite by Amanda as of yet

    Now this is my kind of book Basketball… Need I say more? I LOVE basketball. When I first read the synopsis about the guy going into Chem Lab with an entourage, I was thinking rockstar, or royalty or something, but boy was I wrong. How Amanda seemselly wove basketball, an extremely pair of studious coeds, and some wicked chemistry into this book is beyond me. I love that this is a slow burn that made me fall wickedly in love with both Drew and Abby. This is a must read! Like, yesterday!

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  • Drew

    Drew is a college basketball player on a sports scholarship trying to get the grades that he needs to get into medical school. Abby is trying to keep her grades up to get into medical school and not get used again. Drew thinks Abby is a typical nerd, Abby thinks Drew is a typical jock, but when they get to know each other they realized that they were both wrong. I enjoyed that this was a refreshingly sweet and fun read and not your typical college romance. Drew and Abby seemed like opposites at the beginning and quickly became friends which eventually grew into more. I did find at times that the story would drag and I found myself getting bored. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy college basketball romances. Drew (Perfectly Independent #1) is a college sports romance (basketball) from Amanda Shelley that can be read as a standalone or as part of the series.

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  • Great college romance

    Drew needs to avoid distractions in lab class so he picks the most plain girl to sit by thinking she is perfect for what he needs. Abby doesn’t know what to think of him, then when she finds out he’s her lab partner she’s not really thrilled. He came across really arrogant and when people started coming up to him it was causing distractions she didn’t want or need. Abby has no idea who Drew is, which makes things a lot easier for him, less distraction. So he thought….until he starts to feel something for her. Abby was great, I loved her forwardness and she wasn’t afraid of Drew even though he was giving her butterflies. He surprises her quickly on how committed he is to studying and doing good in lab. As she gets to know him more she starts to feel things for him. Would Abby fit in Drew’s world? Will they both achieve their goal of medical school? Overall I really enjoyed this book and all of the characters. Neither one of them had planned on dating but fate had other plans for them. The author does a great job with her writing. If you're looking for a fun read about college romance you will enjoy this one. I look forward to reading more from this series. 1-click and get started today.

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  • Amazing

    5/5 Stars Drew: Book One of the Perfectly Independent Series by Amanda Shelley This is the first book I've read by Shelley. It won't be my last book by Shelley. Drew and Abby are so darn cute and I loved it! Abby has her mind set on getting into med school. When in chemistry she finds that her lab partner isn't such a jerk after all. She ends up falling hard for him and is scared that it won't work out. The quote I chose for Abby is: “It won’t take me too long. I’ve worked on it between classes so if I focus, I should be able to knock it out sooner.” Drew is a basketball player and doesnt have time to date with his schedule. Getting into med school has been a priority since college came into play. Then he meets Abby and things change. The quote I chose for Drew is: “You’re not a slacker. Trust me. If it wasn’t basketball season, I probably would’ve done the same thing and waited to work out this afternoon. But I don’t exactly get to choose my schedule most days, so I’m stuck with what I’ve got. Those are the breaks for being a Division-One athlete and trying to graduate on time. It’s all about time management. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not complaining about my circumstances. I’m just sayin’ that in the off season, my schedule’s a bit different.” Highly recommended for Sports Romance lovers.

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