One-Timer (Baltimore Banners #9)

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For Dillon Frayser, a rising star for The Baltimore Banners hockey team, life has come easy. A solid childhood, a happy family, a natural talent for playing the game he loves. The only thing missing is the degree he promised his parents he would get soon after he was drafted. If he could just force himself to focus on carbon atoms and organic chemistry, he wouldn't have to worry about squeezing in embarrassing tutoring sessions between a busy schedule filled with practices and games.

Maggie Andersen dreads meeting her new student but she needs the money that tutoring will provide. That doesn't mean she's willing to put up with the anticipated antics of an arrogant brainless jock. When she finally meets Dillon, he turns out to be the exact opposite of what she expected: smart, funny, driven, and humble. Maggie soon finds herself letting her guard down and discovering a different kind of chemistry.

Will the tutoring sessions lead to something more for the mismatched pair? Or is this nothing more than a one-timer for the sexy hockey player?

Book Info

  • Original Title:One-Timer (Baltimore Banners #9)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.4 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01MEFL6MM
  • Publisher:Published December 26th 2016 by BimHaven Press

Content

Chapter One


"Ohmygod. Please tell me that's not what you're wearing."

Maggie Andersen didn't bother to look up, just rolled her eyes and continued shoving things into her backpack. Two thick text books, a dog-eared notebook, a binder of loose-leaf paper. Pens, pencils, highlighters. She frowned, wondering what she was forgetting. She knew she was forgetting something, she usually did—

Her best friend, Cindy Miller, reached for her arm, pulling her away from the desk and spinning her around. "Maggie! Please tell me you're not wearing that."

"What's wrong with what I'm wearing?"

"What—what—" Cindy sputtered, her green eyes going wide in her thin face. She waved a frantic hand toward Maggie, the motion taking in the frayed, oversized sweatshirt, the black leggings with the white and gray cats, and the furry brown boots. She sputtered one m...

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Recent Comments

niki · 12-10-2018

loved the book, really good


ARIA · 12-10-2018

long book but a good read


u. · 12-10-2018

(still) oh, my..


Flor · 12-10-2018

Oh it was good and fun to reac!




Salti · 12-09-2018

Finally it's the end...So goood


Annie74 · 12-09-2018

Just love this Amo Jones seri s



Lil · 12-09-2018

Good