01 January 2017

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Read:: Downed by Jen Frederick

We met Ace in the previous books by Jen Frederick in this series. Ace was the quarterback that his team tried to move to another position for a hot rookie coming to the school. Ace instead moved on to Southern U to get his chance to prove that he is a great quarterback.

The coach's daughter. The one person Ace would like to avoid seems to the one person that Ace cannot get away from. Bryant was weird at first. She latched on to Ace and didn't allow him to think about the forming relationship. The relationship he didn't want and didn't try to pursue. Bryant just bulldozes herself into his life. After his ways at his previous school, it was funny to listen to the banter between them because she pushes him.

Bryant is so busy trying to make everyone happy that she puts herself last. As a female, I think it just happens, lots of women are so concerned about making sure everyone else is happy that their own body, life, happiness goes to the back burned. With her past, with her sister's tragedy, she makes it a mission to 'fix' people. She wants her father happy, the players happy, and her friends happy.

Ace has to learn a hard lesson before Bryant can be all that he wants. Bryant has to learn to take care of herself. This book really has a lot of life lessons placed within the story of hearts growing.


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He’s the guy no one likes…

Despite winning two national championships, JR “Ace” Anderson was sent packing from his old school after losing the trust of his coach. At Southern U, he has a second chance to prove that his college legacy isn’t endless debauchery and selfishness. But his reputation precedes him, and his teammates offer a chilly welcome in the locker room. The one person who is willing to accept him is the very woman he should stay away from—his new coach’s daughter.

She’s the girl everyone loves…
 Bryant Johnson’s only goal in life is to make others happy, even at her own expense. One look at her father’s new star quarterback, and she knows that Ace is her next project. With a reputation for being a “jerk whisperer”, Bryant has spent her last three years at college reforming sorry behavior and turning bad boys into the best boyfriends ever. In Ace, though, she’s met with surly resistance and a sizzling attraction she doesn’t expect. Fixing this wounded warrior will be her biggest challenge yet. Not falling for him will be even harder. Between her big heart and his damaged one, a battle is ensuing. In this game of love, every defense will crumble.


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