By Celia Loren
He’s the predator, I’m the prey.
I’ve seen the look on this sweet innocent freshmen’s face before, I see it almost every night in my bedroom. But there’s something different about her, and not just her beauty or her tight little body, something incredibly intriguing…I can tell she’s going to be a challenge.
Turns out this chick is coach McKay’s daughter, and he’s a real ballbuster, hardass, bastard. He’s determined to make my life a living hell as much as he can without compromising our season.
But if I really wanted to piss him off I could f*ck his daughter.
Maybe I’ll do just that.
He’s Vanover University’s panty-meltingly hot quarterback. He’s the king of the campus, a beast on and off the field.
And totally off-limits to me.
My father is Vanover football’s head coach–and Hunter is his star player. But my dad hears the locker room chatter and sees the jersey chasers lineup outside the showers begging for the chance to be taken by the #1 draft pick. And according to him, Hunter is the worst of the bunch–filthy, depraved, and rotten down to his core.
But I made a terrible mistake…I walked past the locker room and got a glimpse of more than I could handle. Hundreds of girls on campus whisper that Hunter’s packing a monster in his jock-strap…and they aren’t lying. I didn’t know men could look like him in real life.
But he saw me gawking, and now he wants to show me first-hand what it feels like to be underneath his 6’5” frame and 240lbs of pure muscle.
I told him I’m a virgin. I told him I want exclusivity. I told him I want love.
And he gave me a baby.
Hunter is a stand-alone, full-length, Contemporary New Adult Sports Romance novel. Readers beware, this book contains tons of steam and adult language, ages 18+!
Having read three other books by Celia Loren, I am a happy reader, she has again delivered another great romance story that is fast paced, has some humour, friends, family and also the ultimate bad boy.
Hunter is your typical sports alpha guy who changes for the better for his girl Britt. I must say I really enjoyed seeing his character evolve for the good with guidance from his Coach and it was interesting that they leant on each other after Britt’s choice. At the start I did not like her dad but by the end I was all for the Coach.
I found this story was the perfect length as we jumped time at the right moments and it was great to see Hunter with his career at the end of the book. The supporting characters were relevant to their story and not just thrown in, to me they all played a part in Hunter and Britt’s romantic journey.
When Britt loses her Virginity, to me it felt honest yet romantic but also had passion – it was perfect.
I also have to say the cover is H.O.T.
Hunter (Campus Kings)
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