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Nick is a guy who loves to play soccer, party, and sleep around. He loves his life and finds himself in a different situation where he can't help but have feelings for Chelsea.
Chelsea is stuck in a rut when her house catches on fire and is homeless. When she goes to Nick sees that there is another woman at her house and realizes shes got nowhere to go. When Nick finally finds her, he offers her to stay at his place for a while. They eventually end up being friends which is new territory for Nick. Chelsea is slowly falling for this player Nick and knows she can't get too close because he is a love'em and leave'em type of guy and she isnt that type of girl. Will Nick eventually tell Chelsea how he feels before he messes up again?
" We tend to fall in love the same way we get sick: without wanting to, without believing it, against our will and completely unable to defend ourselves. It was bound to happen - Even to you."
I'm trying to figure out which book is my favorite, it goes between Part of Me or Out of My Element. Hmm. I think this book is my favorite, I liked Nick and was surprised that he would find love and liked his character. No matter what he did, he always seemed to find himself in trouble or at a misunderstanding making him look bad. He was a guy who was conflicted used to his old ways but didn't find joy in it after Chelsea. I loved this book was two point of views I got to see just how out of their elements they were going by being around each other and learning how they were changing. I loved the chemistry between the two characters.
"You're worth fighting for. And if that means I have to break somebody's face, then so be it."
Like the other books this was a fun, quick and easy read and I enjoyed all the book in this series. All the books were very predictable but sweet and interesting nonetheless. Highly Recommend this book and the series.
I was ecstatic about Talia and Tom but I had no idea it could get better with Nick and Chelsea. Although I do not remember anything about a Chelsea from the previous two books, I still fell in love with her. She was just... I don't know, a down to earth kinda girl. Loved how she fit in so well with the five friends, especially the first and second main characters (Ava and Talia.)
As with the previous two books their story was "uniquely their own." Out of all of the guys I think Nick is my favorite. He was more of a weenie than I thought he would of been but not too chicken were your like, and I'm loosely quoting Weenie the Pooh- "Oh bother." He's not hot or too cold, just right! They also go from back and forth POV's of both main characters (Nick and Chelsea) like the previous books! They are written well, like I've said before from my previous reviews of the last two.
And of course, last but not least. I would recommend this short series of books. I just wish there was MORE! *COUGHS* Taryn *COUGHS* *Mumbles- "Write more books!"*