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  • Daisy and Jordan

    I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review. This is a really fun, hot, sexy and addicting romance with a tiny love triangle and a small amount of Angst. It takes place at Valley U but its a whole new group, this time women who are called the wall flowers and live in a house off campus and next door to the White House. This is a story about three people who are in a college science class, Liam, Jordan and Daisy. Daisy likes Liam and he sort of likes her, Jordan doesn't like anyone he just wants to get them together because watching them is kind of painful, because Jordan is a hockey playing major player at Valley U. Daisy is a shy woman who has a major crush on Liam and she hits the jackpot when they end up as lab partners. He seem like the perfect guy for her except that he makes no moves. So Jordan tries to help her out and well that's when he finds out how awesome Daisy is. This was an awesome story. It is fun and a hilarious triangle that is very low on angst. Jordan does some really crazy things because he likes Daisy but doesn't want Daisy to realize it. It was such an original storyline and I really loved it so much. I am loving this Wallflower series and cannot wait for whose story is next.

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  • Sweet opposites attracts new adult romance

    Rebecca Jenshak writes some of the best sweet athlete players. Jordan is one of those guys. A star hockey player (on and off the ice) who is so sweet to Daisy, even though they are as different as can be. Daisy initially had a crush on Jordan's captain, Liam, but then realized that even though Jordan wasn't what she thought she wanted, he kind of fit everything she needed. I loved how both of them brought out wonderful parts of each other. And I loved the Pride and Prejudice references! The Wallflower world is set in Jenshak's Valley University and it's so nice to see certain familiar landmarks again (White House)! This time we follow a group of 4 friends, the Wallflowers, and I love them because I was one of them. It's wonderful when a story brings you back to think on your past (although darn it, I didn't know any jocks!). Overall, I smiled a lot, loved the entire cast of characters and I can't wait to watch all the Wallflowers get their HEA.

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  • 4.5 Sweet & Steamy Stars!

    I loved this opposites attracts love story! Daisy is smart, shy, and quiet. She watches the crazy parties next door from her tree house, crushing on one of the hockey players, Liam, secretly wanting to be seen. When she is partnered with him and his friend, Jordan, in a physics lab, she is excited and nervous at the same time. Jordan is a popular, playboy hockey player and could have any girl on campus but is intrigued by the gentle and unassuming Daisy. He wants to get to know her and pretends to need her help doing his homework. As they get to know each other, the sparks begin fly. Jordan sees her artful, boldness under the surface and helps her become more confident. Daisy appreciates his easy confidence and relaxed nature that balances her anxiety. But behind that air of easiness, Jordan is struggling after the loss of his best friend. He has stopped caring about anything and now Daisy helps him want to be a better man. But what happens when secrets come to light and betrayal breaks both their hearts? Daisy and Jordan are so cute together, having fun, supporting and challenging each other, and as their friendship grows so does the sizzling chemistry between them. I really enjoyed all their friends who added so much support and fun to this story. I love being in the Valley U world and this heartwarming, tender, and steaming romance is a great start to the new Campus Wallflowers series.

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  • an entertaining and heartwarming romance

    Tutoring the Player is another wildly entertaining and heartwarming new adult sports romance from this author! I positively adored Jordan and Daisy and I really enjoyed the premise of the novel as well as the opposites attract aspect. Jordan and Daisy are both endearing and the author has perfected the art of creating characters that seem so real and easy to identify with. These characters truly seem like college-aged characters where they are on that cusp of adulthood learning to navigate school, living independently, developing social / romantic relationships, and planning for one’s future. Jordan and Daisy, while opposites in many ways are perfect together. I loved them both as individuals with their unique and likable personalities and I absolutely loved watching their relationship evolve. There were of course some moments where I was swooning! Tutoring the Player is an engaging new adult romance that is a fun and relatively quick read. Not heavy on the angst, this novel is a bit more of a lighter read. This author truly is my go-to author for college sports romances!

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  • Couldn’t put down!!

    Let me just start by saying this book made me sad. Sad when it was finished and sad that it kicked my favourite Rebecca Jenshak book down to #2. At first I believed Liam was the Hero and when Jordan was described, I immediately wanted a book about him and hoped the next book in the series was about him. I squealed like a little girl when I realized it was about Jordan! He was just described so hot to me lol. The first in a new series introduces us to Daisy and Jordan. A nerd/athlete romance. I liked how Daisy wasn’t so awkward that it made it hard to read. They were the cutest little couple. Jordan has seriously stolen my heart as book boyfriend material. I loved how he was just an all around guy and had to fight with his head. This was such a good book! I literally read this in one sitting and didn’t want it to end! I am very excited to read the next book on the series because I know it will be sooo good. You just can’t go wrong with Rebecca Jenshak.

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