The Score (Off-Campus #3) by Elle Kennedy

The Score by Elle Kennedy
Series: Off-Campus #3

So, this was fun! I don’t even know where to start.

Dean & Allie.
Dean = manwhore, playboy, hockey star, college student, filthy rich, funny, smart, playing the dumb blond just for fun, confident, unapologetic, loves having sex, has a easy and fun life.
“Hey, Heaven? Dean Di Laurentis here. Thanks for letting me visit.”

Allie = girl-next-door, smart, funny, future actress, good head on her shoulders, loving sex as much as Dean, not into casual hook ups.
“I’m a card-carrying member of Team Boyfriend and I can honestly say that Team One-Night-Stand sucks balls.”

Getting from A to D is simple: Allie breaks up with her long time boyfriend (for the 5th and final time). She stays at the boys’ house (Garrett’s, Dean, Logan & Tucker’s), because her ex is super pushy and insistent and she doesn’t want to risk letting him get to her head and ending getting back together. She knows all about Dean, but since there was some tequila and a joint involved, and Dean is Dean (delicious and panty-dropping-good looking, topping all that with charm, flirty lines and confidence), she doesn’t stand a chance and ends up having the hottest night of her life with Dean, despite’s Garrett’s warning:
“Garrett: Allie’s gonna crash in my room.
Garrett: Your dick can stay in your room.”

Things get interesting, because Little Dean decides he only wants to play with Allie and nobody else but Allie, and Allie wants a real relationship, not just sex with the notorious manwhore. But since their sexual chemistry is off the charts, insanely amazing, again, she doesn’t stand a chance and ends up having secret sex with Dean multiple orgasmic times.

Sounds pretty simple, but it’s not. It’s 5 ★ amazing, that’s what it is. Why? Because:

– you laugh your ass off pretty much the whole book. I won’t ever forget the angels and rainbows bit.
“Wait—do angels even get laid? And if so, are heaven orgasms a million times better than earth orgasms? I bet yes.”
“Uh-doy. Where do you think rainbows come from? Whenever you see a rainbow, that means an angel just came.”

– Elle Kennedy is the GOD of NA. I love how she’s able to make things serious and fun in the same time. There’s substance in her books, usually her characters having real life issues that we can all relate too. Not too dramatic, but not trivial either. Also, in this particular story i loved how she developed Dean’s and Allie’s relationship. It seemed natural. Down to earth. Healthy and smart. I also loved that her heroes are smart and reliable and good people. 🙂

– let’s not forget the sex part. OMG!

– oh, and I knew it was 5 ★ when Dean made his Kill Bill list. Freaking awesome thing to do, man!
He made a list of people he needed to apologize to. He called it The Kill Bill list and he had all my love and respect for that

“Squish. That’s the noise my heart makes. Because it’s so fucking full of love, it can no longer contain it all”.

ps: Can’t wait to read Tucker’s story next.