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Everyone makes mistakes, especially in college. But when you’re the daughter of the President of the United States, any little slip up is a huge embarrassment. Maddie McGuire’s latest error in judgment lands her in police custody, giving the press a field day. Agreeing to do community service as penance and to restore her tattered reputation, Maddie never dreams incredibly good looking but extremely annoying vice president’s son, Jake Simmon, will be along for the ride.
Recently returning from Afghanistan with a life-altering injury, Jake is wrestling with his own demons. He doesn’t have the time or patience to deal with the likes of Maddie. They’re like oil and water and every time they’re together, it’s combustible. But there’s a thin line between love and hate, and it’s not long before their fiery arguments give way to infinitely sexier encounters.
When Jake receives devastating news about the last remaining member of his unit, the darkness he’s resisted for so long begins to overwhelm him. Scared to let anyone close, he pushes Maddie away. But she isn’t about to give up on Jake that easily. Maddie’s fallen for him, and she’ll do anything to keep him from the edge as they both discover that love is a battlefield and there are some fights you just can’t lose.
"You're one of the rules, you know." His lips moved toward mine and I ached to close the distance.
"That's what my mom was reminding me of at the fundraiser. I'm not supposed to want you." His breath fluttered across my face.
"Do you...want me?"
"Yes." That one word was drenched in ragged need. His warm lips pressed against mine and electricity rushed through my body.
The hand on the back of my neck tilted my head so he could kiss me better and I melted against him. I'd waited for this moment most of my life and I sure as hell wasn't disappointed. (Page 107)
Nothing about this book is disappointing!