College sophomore Emilie Swanson knows Quinn’s reputation—after all, he did send one of her sorority sisters into therapy earlier in the semester—but the game and his charm bring them closer together and soon she starts to believe there’s more to Quinn than people think.
What I liked
This was a fun read without too much over-the-top drama. Fun as in, what are they going to do to each other next to up the ante. The book blurb tells you exactly what to expect, so there's not much surprise in the actions or consequences of characters. But the author did a great job in weaving little surprises in that made you at times sympathetic for Quinn (the player) and a little annoyed with Emilie (the playee). I like when, as a reader, you start to have feelings opposite of what you'd expect in particularly awful situations.
What I disliked
There wasn't anything that I really disliked about the book. That said, there wasn't anything that makes this book memorable either - which isn't necessarily a bad thing. I don't think the author was going for a shock factor with the plot, thus she achieved a goal of writing an entertaining book that deals with something no one would like to have happen in their relationship.