Wall Street Journal bestselling author Ilsa Madden-Mills returns with an all-new swoon-fest of a novel about what happens when you look beyond labels and take a chance on love.
Sexy Athlete: I bet you…
Penelope Graham: Burn in hell, quarterback.
The text is random but Penelope figures out exactly who “Sexy Athlete” is. And why she shouldn't take his wager.
Walks on water and God's gift to women.
Just ask him.
His bet? He promises Penelope he’ll win her the heart of the guy she’s been crushing on. His plan—good old-fashioned jealousy. Once her crush sees her kissing Ryker, he'll realize what he's missing. Sounds legit, right? The only question is…why is Ryker being so nice to her?
Lover of sparkly vampires and calculus.
His mortal enemy.
Penelope knows she shouldn’t trust a jock, but what’s a girl to do when she needs a date to Homecoming? And Ryker’s keeping a secret, another bet, one that could destroy Penelope’s heart forever.
Will the quarterback score the good girl or will his secrets mean everyone loses this game of love?
*Author's Note: This is a standalone sports romance with an HEA.
**You do not have to have read I Dare You, although you should if you love jocks and nerdy heroines. Xo
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An enemies to lovers college romance.
I just love it when you can finish a book with a goofy smile and a contented sigh and that's exactly what I got with I Bet You.
The cocky football player being a part of a bet to get the nerdy girl is not the sort of plot I haven't read before however Ryker just isn't the man-whore playboy he is portrayed as being when you peel back his layers.
Penelope is a straight talking sassy girl and I loved her character, she absolutely did not take any crap from anyone and I loved that about her, Ryker saw that as refreshing too when he normally has the girls in school falling at his feet so they can claim they slept with the star quarterback.
I really enjoyed it and I would definitely recommend this book. I haven't read the previous book but you don;'t need to this is very much a standalone and told in first person dual pov. Looking forward to more in this series this is one I would definitely follow. You don't have to be a football fan to read this either the plot solely focuses on the characters.
A swoon worthy BBF read and recommended.
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