I sort of hate how good looking he is. And then again, I sort of love it.
Falling for Her by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Monica Murphy is now live!
Jake Callahan. Prince of the popular crowd.
My mortal enemy.
Gorgeous. All the girls want him.
Quarterback. All the boys want to be his friend. He’s the most popular boy in the senior class.
And he hates me.
Or so I thought.
What I mistook for hatred turns out to be…interest. There’s that thin line, right? It makes me crazy. I can’t stand it. Attraction, chemistry, whatever it is, I also can’t resist it.
And neither can he.
Together, we make no sense. The odds are against us. His friends definitely don’t approve. I’m not a part of their crowd. Not one of the cool kids. I don’t fit in, or so they say.
But that doesn’t stop him from falling for me.
And it won’t stop me from fighting for him.
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
Monica Murphy knocked it out of the park with Falling For Her! Angst and sweetness mingling together in this rather addictive high school read. This book took me back to the days when I used to absolutely swoon over movies like She’s All That and daydream away. Popular Jock, unpopular artistic girl, drama, teenage angst, and sweet romance. *sigh* I loved it.
Jake and Hannah were adorable. Jake was the typical conceited bad boy who has brooding down to an art form on the outside and so incredible sweet when it came to Hannah on the inside. Hannah was just all around sweet. Smart, strong, definitely not a doormat but with true to life insecurities we’ve all had (and sometimes still do have.)
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Monica Murphy is a New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling romance author. Her books have been translated in almost a dozen languages and have sold over two million copies worldwide. Both a traditionally published and independently published author, she writes young adult, new adult and contemporary romance. She’s also known as USA Today bestselling author Karen Erickson.
A native Californian, she lives on fourteen acres in the middle of nowhere with her husband, two kids, one dog, and four cats. When she’s not writing, she’s an assistant coach for her daughter’s high school cheer team, which is a two season sport. Meaning, she’s at practice with a bunch of teenage girls all the time. Or she’s at a football game. Or a basketball game. Maybe someday, she’ll even write about this experience.
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