Even if Ryann wasn’t certain about her relationship with her boyfriend having him send Dallas, one of his teammates, to end their relationship leaves her feeling insulted and wondering whatever she saw in him. When Dallas then asks her for a favor she agrees even if it is only to antagonize him for what he did in the name of friendship.
Dallas is a good friend and loyal teammate. He finds himself in an awkward situation when he needs to break up with Ryann, who he isn’t even dating, but when his dreams of playing football professionally hinge on him being in a committed relationship he knows that Ryann is the perfect woman for the job.
The sarcastic banter between these will have you laughing out loud as they fall for each other before they even realize it and not even a little turmoil is going to stand in their way. Their story will keep you entertained from beginning to end and there is a great cast of secondary characters which only make it better.
Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced lattes, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.