This may be true for most college students, but not for Leah Bennett. College life for her includes studying, working, and excelling in school. When it comes to the social ladder, Leah is at the bottom. Popular girls, hot guys and star athletes are of no importance to her, except for one.
Matt is the starting wide receiver at SUNY Cortland, the most wanted guy on campus and Leah’s best friend. Although Leah’s feelings toward Matt run deeper than just a friendship, it is something she would never let be heard because the odds of someone like Matthew Jacobs going for someone like Leah Bennett are slim to none. When Matt starts showing an interest in Leah that goes beyond friendship, she is dumbfounded and doesn’t believe it is possible – until one weekend that changes everything.
Will Matt and Leah’s popularity status get in the way of having a chance at a real relationship?
Or does status mean nothing when it comes to true love?
This was a good and quick read! There is always something about the bookworm girl getting the hot jock that makes my bookworm tendencies quiver! I have to admit that it was a bit predictable in some spots but I did enjoy it. I kept waiting for Matt to be more of a jerk or to have some major flaws. The one thing I would have liked to see was him talking to her about a relationship. That was a little caveman act to me. I feel in college a mutual understanding should take place and not an assumption.
All in all, this is good love story with a happy ever after. If you are looking for a cute and loveable book, this is the one for you!
Some may consider me a jack of all trades, but I consider myself well rounded.I’ve waitressed, styled hair, answered phones and, most recently, worked full time as mom to my two beautiful little boys.Then there was this book… Everyone and their brother started talking about this book series titled Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James. I didn’t really pay attention to the craze at first, since I wasn’t a big reader- okay, I didn’t read at all. But curiosity got the best of me, so I downloaded it to my kindle.I was immediately hooked. I read the whole series in three days. Yes, three books in three days.I kept finding all these great books that I HAD to read (just ask my credit card!).Then I started hearing voices. Voices that turned into stories; stories that were begging to get out of my head.I started writing them down on scraps of paper. Then I transferred them to my computer. Before I knew it, Planning on Forever was born.The voices in my head are still talking, so I’m still writing.