Scoring on the ice? Piece of cake.
Scoring off it? Well, there’s a reason I’m still a virgin.
I’m not entirely clueless with women, though I do tend to put my foot in my mouth around them far too often.
Like I did with Scout, the donut maker I stupidly introduced myself to despite visiting her truck for years.
Maybe my teammates have a reason to call me the dumb one, but I’m determined to prove them all wrong—Scout included.
I want to be her friend. Want her to see the real me.
What I’m not expecting is to like her so much when we start spending time together…or want to kiss her so badly.
I’m the jock, and she’s the bookworm.
On paper, we make no sense together.
But maybe I have a scoring chance with her after all.
RELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 20, 2022
Not my first read by the amazing lady and I have read all the other books in this standalone interconnected series along with all her other books. I knew this one was going to be a little off for me because I usually tend to be hesitant with Hero Virgins.
While this was everything the author is, I had fun reading this got sucked in I just could not fully connect. That’s the best way I can describe it being a emotional reader. I think what felt off is I wanted the heroine to be a little more stronger since she is older and the hero really not only was 24 but acted that age and not saying that there is anything wrong with it I just wasn’t feeling him a lot, there were moments yes but in the full picture it was just hard to connect to it all.
The heroine owns a donut & coffee food truck that the hero has been coming to for a couple years now. So he knows who she is but he really didn’t see her until one night at a gala he messes up. What started off as him redeeming himself after messing up lines get blurred for him and he really wants to date the heroine. The hero is a 24 year old virgin and has never had a girlfriend, due to his parents and past. That said the heroine lost her dad and boyfriend in the same time and she just does not trust love anymore, nor can she move on from the loss. When the hero is persistent enough and they give it a go it’s the fun parts so to say, steamy and sweet. They both make mistakes and in the end it’s all about knowing what you want and if you want it with the other person. I will say that they both fight for what they have together it’s just in a different form. I don’t want to give out too much but I had a lot of fun reading this book as I always do in teagan’s books.
Sports Romance, Age-Gap, Virign and Younger Hero, Friends-to, Very-Slow Burn