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Since Drew Review










Title: Since Drew
Author:  J.Nathan
Genre:  New Adult, Romance, sports, College romance                                                                                                                                                                
Publication Date: April 23, 2015
Publisher: J.Nathan

The Blurb: All Andi Parker has ever wanted, all she’s ever dreamed of, is a spot on the Olympic track team. But when an accident leaves her hospitalized with serious injuries and shattered dreams, she’s not only uncertain what her future holds but also completely alone.

Drew Slater is a wanted man. Professional football teams want him for his arm. Women want him for his good looks and magnetic personality. But the well-crafted disguise he wears, the one that helps him score on and off the field, hides secrets. Conceals lies. Threatens the happiness of everyone around him.

One chance encounter brings Andi and Drew together, changing their worlds in ways they never thought possible. Unfortunately, what they thought they knew about themselves—and about each other—might just be the biggest lie of all.

The Dish:  Andi parker is a runner training for the Olympics when one night she is the victim of an accident injuring both her and the driver. She wakes up in the hospital and meets her roommate drew a sexy mysterious guy who she thinks has cancer, they quickly form a friendship which turns into something more.
Only it’s not as it seems when she’s sent a therapist who has her questioning her mental state and Andi soon learns that she couldn't have met drew at all because he has been in a coma all along, her diagnosis is cerebral edema caused from the accident. When drew wakes from the coma he doesn’t seem to remember their connection and he seems to hate her.
Things escalate from there and we learn so much more while watching Andi and drew become closer and feelings change until we learn the secrets behind drew.


“I’ve learned two invaluable lessons over the past four years. First, without strife, there’d be no push to preserve. And without perseverance, there’d be no joy in success. And second sometimes, if you dream big enough, all your dreams really do come true”

“You do know all that sugar isn’t good for you, right?”
“Fuck that “
“My girl likes gummy worms. We eat gummy worms”

“Off sides” his big strong hands gripped my sides, his fingers digging in as they slid from my bra all the way down to my hips. “First and ten.” His fingers moved to the elastic on each leg of my underwear, tracing them down slowly.
“Maybe a quarterback sneak” his middle finger slipped underneath my underwear and inside the wet folds he’d created

Note: I was given a copy of this eBook for an honest review; I was so excited to read this because of the summary and the cover is so HNGGG.    This is a story about second chances and learning to forgive and be forgiven, also never letting your dreams go without a fight. I was sucked in from the first chapter and couldn’t put this book down, I was so glad because the past two books had me feeling meh and this changed it all around. It had me laughing, sighing, gasping, and it gave me many butterflies.
I loved Andi and her feisty character and her act of being loyal to those close to her even though she doesn't have many friends and I freaking love her determination to continue her dreams and NEVER GIVE UP. Drew is now one of my book boyfriends, I hated that he didn’t tell Andi sooner and how he was a jerk but I know why and how hard it is to face up to something that hurts you both. His determination to win Andi back is so swoony worthy and I’m glad his need for forgiveness and her ability to forgive allowed them their happy ending.


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Tags: Cover Love, swoony,book boyfriend,strong female lead,  LOL,HNGG,


  

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