Spotlight * The End Zone by L.J. Shen

You guys – if you are a fan of ab covers like I am, then this book has either already caught your eye or…prepare to drool. I added this book to my to be read pile as soon as I saw the dips! But let’s be honest, the eyes didn’t hurt either.  😉

The End Zone by L.J. Shen
New Adult, Romance
Publication Date | December 14th, 2017

| Book Blurb |

Jolie Louis is a smart girl. She knows that her best friend, Sage Poirier, is a bad idea. He’s a walking, talking cliché. The Adonis quarterback with the bulging biceps and harem of fangirls trailing behind him on campus like a stench you can’t get rid of. Sadly, that’s also the reason she can’t stay away from him. Well, that and the fact that they’re roommates. Jolie is already straddling the line between friendship and more when Sage comes to her with an offer she cannot refuse: be his fake girlfriend and live for free for the rest of the semester. She tells herself that she can handle it. He’s just the boy she saved ten years ago, right? Wrong. So very wrong. He is a man now, and she is his captive Heart, body, and soul…

6 thoughts on “Spotlight * The End Zone by L.J. Shen

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  1. Yep, I can see why this one caught your eye. I’m intrigued by her saving him and laugh because only a new adult would think that arrangement would stay on the right side of her line. 😉

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  2. Very nice to look at 🙂 I think this one looks great. I haven’t read a lot of football romances and I love a good fake relationship trope. Thanks for sharing!

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