As Maggie Mitchell enters her final semester of college, the last thing she wants is a guy in her life, let alone two of them.
Her new lab partner, Sawyer Reed, is still the overconfident and sexy jock that made fun of her in high school. The only thing that has changed is that he now uses a wheelchair, the result of a skiing accident.
Jude Marino is a hot actor who all the girls want and would do anything to get. He works at a local theater where Maggie has been assigned to complete community services hours after rear-ending a police car.
Both Sawyer and Jude want Maggie but only one of them will be able to capture her heart.
This new adult romance contains mature language and content indented for adult readers (18+)
*I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Community Service was a wonderful book to read. Writing was so perfect and I can't get enough the book. I loved all characters.
Maggie just got the one of two spots in a lab.The day is came and she's wondering who'll be her lab partner.
Just like a fate her big high school crush is her new partner...but something is not right. He's in the wheelchair.But he's still good looking. Back then Sawyer always tease Maggie all the time. Maggie so serious about the intership and she's hoping that Sawyer and neither Reese didn't race about getting her pants.But there's a one problem too. The intership's second day she have an accident.She just bump the police car.So Some tough judge punished her with community service in the theatre. And we meet Smooking hot Jude. And now he wants to get in he pants too. Somehow she can't believe how beautiful she is also Sawyer wants a relationship with her? But something not right. Sawyer doesn't want to date...
I FELL IN LOVE THE BOOK! I really can't understand Sawyer's pain but I think he's pretty good behaved everyone after the accident. And I also fell in love Sawyer. He's just so adorable.He care so much. I love the relationship between Maggs and Sawyer.Also I'm looking forward to read Dakota Madison's work from now on.“He's not better than you, I replied. He's just better for me.”
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