Recommended By Marissa
Recommended By Marissa
Lila had me falling in love with Reagan’s no filter mouth from the beginning, and the meet-cute between Carter and Reagan was awesome. I loved both of their families, they will have you laughing with their antics and matchmaking. This is definitely a slow-burn romance because Carter has to work to show Reagan he wants more than friendship, but the story never loses steam, even when Reagan’s arch nemesis tries her hardest to ruin it. I hope we get stories about Carter’s brothers and Reagan’s BFF - she was hilarious, too.
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"I don't like you. I could never just like you. Everything you do and everything you say does things to me. Great things. So I don't just like you. I love you."
"I want to take my time, cherish each and every part of you. I don't want a wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am moment. I'd like it to be special, because you are to me."
"You love me?" "Yes, ah, I mean, I do, but only if you kiss me before I self-combust."
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The one day English teacher Reagan Wild is late for work—and looks like she dressed herself in the dark—she remembers Carter Anthony, a well-known football star, is coming to the school to deliver a talk to her overexcited students.
While Reagan knows Carter from her high school days, since he was her past crush, she wasn’t ready to see him again. At the time, she hated being invisible. But right now, she wished she could simply disappear.
Carter Anthony is keen to give back to his hometown, but what he doesn’t expect is getting something in return. When a chance encounter with Reagan, the shy girl from his past, happens, he knows instinctively this woman is supposed to be in his life.
With an embarrassing ability to blurt out whatever’s on her mind, Reagan doesn’t understand Carter’s attention. She has no doubt, though, he’ll soon realize his mistake when he discovers just how crazy she and her family are. But no matter what he sees, what he hears, or how her looney family behaves, he doesn’t run. In fact, Carter’s family seem just as unique as hers.
Through dog poop, naked yoga, and the paparazzi’s, can Carter and Reagan have any hope in love, even when it’s fumbled?