I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Sydney Porter has transferred to Northern University in her junior year to look out for little brother Jack who is a freshman on a football scholarship. She’s completely independent with a lot going on, she DJ’s in a club as DJ Sinister and she’s an on-air personality at the college station under the name Sunday Lane.
Gray Peters is the star QB of the football team. He has his pick of girls throwing themselves at him. When he comes across his new teammates sister (Sydney) though he realizes this is the girl he fell for 2 years prior. Sydney had visited the school and the two shared a night but she left thinking Gray had said some horrible things about her. When the two meet back up sparks certainly fly but in the wrong way…they get a personal prank war going between them.
Certainly loved Sydney, a wonderful strong, independent lead that can stand up to anyone and handle herself in any situation. She gets herself into some things but gets herself out just as easily and looks out for her family and friends.
The chemistry is certainly there throughout the book between Sydney and Gray. The back and forth between them is often hilarious too. But I think for me though it did get a little on the childish side with the feud in parts reminding of kids who pick on their crush or this probably would have been a 5 star review. Still a quick, fun read overall.