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"It's no secret that Iam a Cambria Hebert fan. #Nerd is Hebert at her best. The story is filled witha fun romance, and tons of steamy, satisfying moments. I immediately connectedto Rimmel and fell madly in love with Romeo. It was hard not to fall for him. Imean, what woman doesn't like the fiercely protective, hot football star? Grabthis book now, you won't be disappointed."
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From the Back Cover
"We should probably set some ground rules." I continued.
He slumped back against the chair, crossing his arms overhis chest. "You want to make rules for tutoring."
I nodded. "And if you don't follow them, I'll quit."
He studied me for long moments. It made me squirm in myseat. Romeo had a very intense and level stare. "Okay, Rimmel," he drawled."Let's hear these rules."
I swallowed. Every time he said my name, the spit in mymouth seemed to thicken. "Okay." I agreed. My shoulders straightened and I heldup my hand to count the rules as I went. "One: do not be late. It's rude. Ifyou're late again, I won't wait."
His lips twitched, which brought me to the next rule. "Two:Don't bother trying to charm me into doing your work for you. I won't."
He pressed a hand to his chest like he was offended. "Youthink so low of me." He gasped.
I rolled my eyes. "Three: No girls during tutoring. Nodisappearing."
"But you're a girl," he said, sitting forward swiftly andtucking a bunch of hair behind my ear. The back of my neck broke out in goosebumps and they scattered down my spine, and my toes curled in the Converse Iwas wearing.
"Rule four," I said, ignoring the funny way he made me feel."No charm at all."
"I can't help it, Rimmie." His intensely azure eyes roamedover my face like he was looking at me for the first time. "It's so easy tomake you blush."
I hit away his hand. "Rule five: Do not call me Rimmie."Ugh, he was irritating!
He chuckled and sat back. "Fine. Now, can we get to work?"he asked, pointing at his paper.
"No," I snapped. "Tutoring is over for today."
"But what about this assignment?" he whined.
"Here's a thought," I said as I snatched my bag and stood."Sit here and do it."
I started to stalk away, nearly tripping over my half-untiedshoelace.
He laughed beneath his breath, and I thought about kickinghim.
"Rimmel," he said. I stopped and turned. "See you day aftertomorrow."
I rushed outside into the cold autumn air and dragged ingreat gulps of the crisp atmosphere. He was absolutely infuriating! Full ofhimself. Arrogant. Far too pretty.
He was terrible!
This was going to be torture!
So then why was I already anticipating our next studysession?