When my best friend asked me if his little sister could crash at my place until she got her feet under her in LA, I thought that meant I’d be roommates with the awkward girl with bright red hair, endless freckles, glasses, and braces. I was not prepared for the vixen that showed up at my door, suitcase in hand, looking NOTHING like the girl I remember. Now, she’s strutting around our place in the skimpiest shorts and tightest tank tops I’ve ever seen and I’ve never taken so many cold showers in my life. I’m trying to be noble, I really am, but the longer she stays here, the more tempted I am to take her and make her mine.
I’ve been desperately in love with Luke Carter since I was 8 years old, but he only ever looked at me like Drew’s adorkable little sister. To be fair, I was. But I’m not that awkward girl anymore. I’m a strong, confident woman who knows what she wants. If Luke thinks he can still treat me like that little girl, he better prepare himself. I plan to show Luke just what he’s been missing. I moved to LA to make my dreams of becoming a singer come true, but maybe I can finally make another dream of mine come true in the process.
Taking the Handoff is a steamy standalone sports romance. It is book four in the LA Wolves series.