- #1 She has social anxiety disorder and she’s tutoring the soccer star bad boy!
- #2 She’s always struggled financially (and wants more) and he’s a boring math major (headed for a low paying job…)
- #3 She’s setting up an underprivileged kids summer program and he lost his scholarship and is working three jobs to stay in school.
Right??!!! All of ’em sound like what we love, and this author is MUCH loved by many right here!
Joanna: Don’t know if this one’s come up yet, but I really enjoyed it. Hot and fun and just a little weird… New adult, and a good fix…
Jody: I really liked this one.
Katie: Thank you Joanna! Finally found a book that is holding my interest and giving me that feeling! After Math by Denise Grocer Swank is awesome good!!!!!!
Fabi: After Math is already so good! I’m already hoping it’ll be a 5 star.
Barbara: I also recently enjoyed After Math (Tucker)
Fabi: I’m almost done with After Math. And again, I really like it. 4 to 5 stars for me. I was really in the mood for a NA.
Jenn: I also thought that I would let everyone know that I have received numerous OMG texts from friends asking if I read After Math…I have not read it yet but it just moved up on my TBR list that grew tremendously just from Maryse blog post above…
Krista: It’s a great series. I have truly enjoyed reading these books.
About book #1:
Scarlett Goodwin’s world is divided into Before and After.
Before she agreed to tutor Tucker Price, college junior Scarlett was introvert, struggling with her social anxiety disorder and determined to not end up living in a trailer park like her mother and her younger sister. A mathematics major, she goes to her classes, to her job in the tutoring lab, and then hides in the apartment she shares with her friend, Caroline.
After junior Tucker Price, Southern University’s star soccer player enters the equation, her carefully plotted life is thrown off its axis. Tucker’s failing his required College Algebra class. With his eligibility is at risk, the university chancellor dangles an expensive piece of computer software for the math department if Scarlett agrees to privately tutor him. Tucker’s bad boy, womanizer reputation makes Scarlett wary of any contact, let alone spending several hours a week in close proximity.
But from her first encounter, she realizes Tucker isn’t the person everyone else sees. He carries a mountain of secrets which she suspects hold the reason to his self-destructive behavior. But the deeper she delves into the cause of his pain, the deeper she gets sucked into his chaos. Will Scarlett find the happiness she’s looking for, or will she be caught in Tucker’s aftermath?