Published by Entangled Publishing, Entangled Publishing, LLC on January 26th 2015
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Ryan Rose and her fellow Spartans are finalists in a high-profile entrepreneurial competition. They're competing for life-changing money and for their futures. They have a solid plan to win. All they need to do is trounce the competition: rich frat boys from an archrival university. Easy, right?
Jett Trebuchet's first mistake was not realizing that Ryan and her friends were the competition. His second was expressing his unabashed confidence in his team’s ability to win. After all, everyone knows the only thing MSU does better than U of M is produce beautiful, easy women…oh, and he almost forgot to say “dumb.” And boy, does his team pay for that one.
As each side tries to game the other, something else seems to be getting in the way—attraction. Now Ryan and Jett must keep their teams from getting distracted by the opposite sex...and each other. All is not fair in love and war when it comes to winning this game.
Light spills down his lower half, illuminating the inverted V of his legs, planted in the middle of the
passage as solid as Roman columns. My stomach twists. His shoulders and face remain in the shadows,
but I’ve seen enough to know. It’s Jett. I could tell by the challenging look on his face earlier, he’s ready
for round two—like a boxer bouncing up and down in the corner of the ring. I brush off my hands and
start walking toward the cross-armed brick wall. A smile curls into the corners of my mouth. All right,
frat boy. Bring it on.
As I draw closer, I see light cutting against the hollowed slope of his cheek. His lips are seamed into a
tight line, and his eyes are a kaleidoscope of deep blues. Clearly I’ve struck a nerve with Mr. Perfect. I
suppose he’s not used to a woman dealing him into the game and then trouncing him. My feet plant in
front of him. I raise my chin and attempt to exude a calm confidence I do not feel.