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He said: I like to keep under the radar and mostly hang out with my friends from the rez. But when I saved Riley Berenger from falling off a mountain, that rich suburban princess decided to try to save me.
She said: If I can help Sam Tracy win the heart of the girl he can't get over, I'll pay him back for helping me. I promised him I would, no matter what it takes.
My rating: 3.38 of 5 stars
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Harlequin TEEN and NetGalley.)
Ryan and Fred may have had their happily-ever-after, but what about Sam and Riley?
This was an okay story, and I liked it more than the first.
Riley and Sam were both good characters, and it was nice to get to know both of them a bit better. I did think that Riley was a bit clueless at points, but the pair of them were quite sweet together.
The storyline in this was a lot more interesting than in first book, mainly because heck! There was no golf! Anyway, the trouble that this pair got themselves into was quite entertaining, and even though Riley’s plan was ridiculous, and was never going to end well, the story was enjoyable.
The romance in this was quite light, and I really wish that Sam and Riley had seen sense and gotten together earlier on in the book.
The ending to this was quite sweet, and I was glad that things worked out okay for Sam after the trouble he had gotten into.
Overall; interesting YA romance,
6.75 out of 10.