Travis Maddox, lean, cut, and covered in tattoos, is exactly what Abby needs—and wants—to avoid. He spends his nights winning money in a floating fight ring, and his days as the ultimate college campus charmer. Intrigued by Abby’s resistance to his appeal, Travis tricks her into his daily life with a simple bet. If he loses, he must remain abstinent for a month. If Abby loses, she must live in Travis’s apartment for the same amount of time. Either way, Travis has no idea that he has met his match.
excruciating but awesome slow build-ups that pushes them together one moment only to have them ripped apart the next. Abby and Travis have such a complicated and messed up friendship and their relationship is even more messed up. Just like the quote above says, when things are good between them it was such a beautiful thing. But when things went bad, it was definitely disastrous. At first, I really liked Abby because she was really tough and she would stand up to herself to Travis and didn’t take any of his bullshit. But the closer they got, and the more blurry the line between friendship and romance got, she did some very stupid things which made me want to reach into the book and slap her a couple of times. (Maybe more than a couple)
He walked past me to the bathroom, and I stood, stunned.
Jamie now lives in Enid, OK with her three children and husband Jeff, who is a real, live cowboy. They share their 10 acres with four horses, four dogs, and Rooster the cat.
Books published by Jamie include the Providence trilogy, and The New York Times best seller Beautiful Disaster, a contemporary romance. When she’s not writing, Jamie spends her days letting her four dogs in and out.