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  • Loved it!

    What a great story by Shannon Stults. Logan has come home to Willow Creek after being away the past 4 year at school. A newly engaged and ready to show everyone that she has grown up an is not so wild anymore. That is until she sees Cole Tucker again. Can she stick to her new ways or will the wild child come back out. An can she and Cole get along or will the new bet change things? This is a must read. Can't wait for the next one in the series.

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  • A Debut Story, Loved it!!

    Loved this book!! Logan has returned home to Willow Creek, she was known as the wild child growing up but now she thought she turned a new leaf in life, being engaged to a doctor. She soon turns back to her old ways after running into her arch rival, Cole from growing up. Everything was a competition/challenge with Cole. Cole wants one last challenge, but could this change Logan's path in life. Loved these characters, full of life, fun and emotions. Loved the banter between the two. This is well paced story full of emotion that will keep you turning the pages. Great dialogue that will have you laughing out loud. This is a debut author and now I can't wait to read the next book in the series. I highly recommend this book!!

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  • Incredibly sweet

    This was an incredibly sweet, fun romance. Cole has had a crush on Logan (yes she is a girl) since sixth grade and their relationship turned competitive the day she pushed him off the tree for helping her get her backpack. Since that moment they tortured each other with pranks that never turned spiteful. Things turned romantic in high school but one dare turned to more and fear kept them apart. Logan returns home engaged to another man vowing to leave behind her wild ways but Cole drags her back in challenging her to more dares. I loved how he cares and protects her even while pulling humiliating pranks just to get her attention. The book made me smile. Thank you netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review

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  • A bit silly and over-the-top, but still fun

    Logan and Cole have competed with each other since they were kids. Logan is the only one too oblivious to realize that all the teasing and pranks that Cole sends her way is just a teen version of courtship. Now she’s home in their small town again after four years and trying to maintain the facade of a totally mature and responsible young woman who no longer likes hanging out drinking in a bar or accepting risky bets. But somehow she can’t risk those adventures with Cole even though she has a fiance who prefers the supposedly new Logan. Alternating flashbacks to earlier pranks that Logan and Cole played on each other and their modern-day competitions, their interactions are fun. I got a little fed up with Logan’s taking so long to acknowledge what is clear to everyone else in their small town, but if romance characters were less clueless, what would we have to read? I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that I received from Netgalley; however, the opinions are my own and I did not receive any compensation for my review.

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  • Fantastic read by a promising new voice in romance

    I loved this book. I'm a bit of a romance snob and I'm always worried about new authors, but this one is really great. I loved Keeping Score, it was funny and romantic and filled to the brim with angst. I even teared up a bit and to quote Dolly Parton "laughter through tears is my favorite emotion." I recommend it to anyone who loves a good romance.

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