Looking to Score ~Carrie Gray and Coralee June
He’s like literally the worst.
Oakley Davis is the star running back at our University, and the reason I’ve broken my vow to avoid the college party scene. Thanks to a mixup with my advisor, I’m now serving my Public Relations internship as a glorified babysitter to the party-hard football players.
He’s impossible to manage. His Instagram is full of half-naked, drunk photos and he’d rather attend parties than practice. His brand needs some serious work, and when he’s not driving me insane, he’s sleeping his way through the entire female population.
But I’m determined. I have plans to graduate a semester early and nothing or no one will get in my way. I’m a Virgo, after all. Oakley Davis might be a privileged, cocky, football star, but I’m Amanda Matthews; and I’ll do whatever it takes to get my A.
I have to make sure I don’t end up falling in love with the idiot, first.
I loved this book because I LOVE Amanda, I just couldn’t stop admiring her. I loved the fighter she had turned to; she never gave up on herself and her dream. She never thought low about herself. She loved her mom so much no matter how crazy she was. This girl had my heart. Amanda just got stronger with time. Her parents were amazing!
Oakley, I somehow loved how he was pushed to do things by Amanda. I LOVED him so much in the last few chapters. This guy stood by Amanda strong even when her past enfolded right in front of him. He loved Amanda so much. He has his reasons for being a bad boy but love changes him.
This is a hate-love story. I just love how Amanda tricks him into everything. He doesn't really like Amanda in the beginning but I think he loves the fact that she is different and he does everything to have her by his side. I just loved it when Amanda was on Oakley's nerves, I laughed so much. The chemistry between the character is hot. They just understand each other on a different level.
Read this one or you might miss an amazing book. Please ignore Oakley in the beginning if you find him annoying well that’s what I did. I only wish the book had a point of view of Oakley because I like to know what guys think. Alert: the book is on bullying.