Page Count: 310
Summary: When soccer all-star Jax Avery collides with Dani Hart on his twenty-first birthday, their connection is instantaneous and explosive. For the first time in years, Jax isn’t interested in his usual hit-it and quit-it approach.But Dani knows better. Allowing herself a night to be carefree and feel the intensity of their attraction won’t change anything when it comes to dealing with a player. So when Jax doesn’t recognize Dani the next time he sees her, it shouldn’t be a total shock. The fact that he’s her new roommate’s brother? That’s a shock.
This book is really cute but not as good as Dearest Clementine. First off the first 16 chapters was a rerun of the first book. Which is cool since you get a backstory and how they meet and so on. However since Dani was Clem’s roommate they could of meet anytime after the first book. Oh and after chapter 16 it’s there story and how they meet again but he doesn’t remember her. Then she totally tries to pretend that he doesn’t exist. Which brings the whole of talked this through then it would have been easier. But no it took and accident that happened before thanksgiving that got them to talk.
Another thing is this book was in dual POVs. Which I didn’t understand why the author did this in the second book and not the first one. It was mostly Dani but there was plenty of Jax also. It was kinda nice to see Jax background and why he is a pimp who knows how to kick butt on a soccer field.
Things I didn’t like for one the plot kinda of ran the same length as Dearest Clementine. It just seemed like I’ve read it before and skipped over some of it. Also for the fact it drags as their thinking of each other or what to do. Further more Dani kept using hashtag which wasn’t even in a message form. She would random think of something then put hashtag after in. #WTF lol just joking.
So even though I enjoyed the book and thought it was cute. I still enjoyed Clem’s story more. Don’t know if am going to start the last one. Maybe later if am up to it.