Heartless Player: Westfall U #1
by R.C. Stephens is now live!
He might be a heartless player, but that won't stop me from playing his game.
Notorious heartbreaker and handsome-as-sin hockey captain, Wolfe Judd is the golden boy on campus. He could have any girl he wants... and he wants me.
He sees beyond my surface. The way his stormy blue eyes watch me... I feel beautiful for the first time since my accident. Little by little, he tears down my walls, exposing a passion that leaves me breathless and a vulnerability that could leave me shattered.
But all my scars aren't on the outside, and the ones inside whisper that a guy like him will never fall for a damaged girl like me. Turns out Wolfe is just as broken as I am. He might be a heartless player, but that won't stop me from playing his game.
Rebel thinks she's invisible, but I see her... even when she doesn't want me to. Even when I wish I could get her out of my mind, because falling for her is a complication I can't afford.
My reputation proceeds me, but Rebel is a game changer. And if I get too close, I'm afraid she'll see right through me. Behind the person who my family and teammates expect me to be, to the person who's been keeping secrets.
With every scorching touch, every unapologetic kiss, the rules change, and the truth unravels around us. If only we could go on living this lie, then I wouldn't risk losing the only girl I've ever loved.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
A great start to a new series! Rebel is going to college hoping to keep her head down and not draw attention to herself. The book starts with her waking up in bed with a man with absolutely no memory of how she got there. To make is worse she quickly realizes that the man is Wolfe the notorious captain of the hockey team. He also has no memory of the night but he also has no clue who the girl had been but when the night comes with consequences to his almost pro hockey skills he is determined to find out why this happened as well as who was responsible. Let the games begin as they each set about their missions. Makes for a dramatic bully type romance that will keep you turning the pages as it all plays out. A great read sure to be enjoyed by fans of new adult sports romance. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.