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Review: Catching Quinn by Jennifer Bonds

What’s a girl have to do to lose her virginity around here?

When I decided to ditch my V-card, I figured Greek Row was a sure thing.

I didn’t count on Cooper-the-cockblocking-jockhole-DeLaurentis or his misguided sense of bro code putting an embarrassing end to my hookup. After all, Waverly’s star wide receiver is the most notorious player on campus.

He’s arrogant. Infuriating. Sexy as hell.

Just ask him.

Worse? He’s made it his personal mission to scare off every guy who shows an interest in me. But I’m not about to be outwitted by a hypocritical baller with more ego than sense. I may be a hot mess, but I’m no pushover.

Two can play this game, and I’m playing to win.

They say no good deed goes unpunished and Cooper DeLaurentis’ life is living proof. He saved his friend’s little sister from making a HUGE mistake at a frat party, but Quinn isn’t at all appreciative. In fact, she’s downright mad. When Cooper keeps popping up in all the wrong places at the worst possible time, Quinn has had enough of his white knight complex and decides to give him a taste of his own medicine. He calls her bluff and they both get a little more than they bargained for but an unlikely friendship develops.

I loved these characters in every way. Quinn’s fiery determination and Cooper’s dedication to saving her from herself put them at odds in hilarious ways. Watching the aloof, unattached player fall is always fun and Cooper was sweeter than most. This is my first book by the author, but certainly won’t be my last. I received an ARC from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.

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