Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey

Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey

Also by this author: The Duet, The Allure of Julian Lefray (The Allure, #1), The Allure of Dean Harper (The Allure, #2)

Soooooo cuuuuuute! ♥๏ธŽ

Liam Wilder – “sex on steroids rolled in pastry crust.” as Kinsley called him. He’s 25, soccer star, resident bad boy of LA, tattoos and volunteering as a soccer coach for a women’s college soccer team.
Kinsley Bryant – 19, rising star in women’s soccer, beautiful, smart, funny and talented.

They meet at some party before their first training together. Of course, they like each other on the spot. He tries to fight his attraction because he’s her coach and it might ruin her career, but thank God he can’t do that, or we wouldn’t be reading this beautiful story. ๐Ÿ™‚

I loved it because it made me laugh out loud a gazillion times.
I loved it because Liam is great. He’s protective, thoughtful, caring, loving, sweet, dominant (for a 25 year old) and i imagine him soooo good looking. ๐Ÿ™‚
I loved it because Kinsley is funny and smart. Like this:“Was I willing to glue on a vijay toupee for him?โ€ (after she got a Brazilian wax and got afraid he might not like it) orHangover, meet brain. Brain, meet hangover” or โ€œHeโ€™s my coach. My off-limits coach. Heโ€™s like chocolate and Iโ€™m like pickles. They shouldnโ€™t be mixed… Unless…chocolate-covered pickles? No.โ€
I loved it because there wasn’t too much drama. The story flows effortlessly and it’s nice.
I loved Becca, Kinsley’s friend. And Penn.

It’s a simple story that made me laugh and feel awesome today. Thank you, R.S Grey