Right of First Refusal

Finished Right of First Refusal by Dahlia Adler.

Summary (from Goodreads):

On the lacrosse field, Cait Johannssen gets what she wants. Off the field is another story. Because what she wants is the school’s hot new basketball student-coach, Lawrence Mason, who also happens to be the guy who broke her heart in sports camp two years earlier.

But it’s Cait’s new roommate who’s got him.

Cait and Mase agree it’s best to keep their past a secret, but she doesn’t expect him to completely ignore their history…or how much it’ll hurt when he does. So when a friend on the basketball team asks her to pose as his girlfriend for a night, Cait can’t turn down the opportunity for distraction. (Okay, and a little spite.) But what starts as an evening of fun turns into a fake relationship with more lies than the usually drama-free Cait can handle, and it’s only keeping her from the one truth that’s nagged at her for years: Why did Mase cut her out of his life to begin with?

And is it really too late to get him back?”

I didn’t like this as much as Last Will and Testament but it’s still this incredibly hot story.  (I think part of it is the fact that Cait and Mase are sporty people and I don’t get that at all.) (And when I say I like it less, that basically means it’s a seven and not a 10.)

I really admire the way that Dahlia Adler can make a reader fall in love with her characters pretty much immediately.  Obviously I liked Cait already, since she was in the first book, but I didn’t know Mase at all, and I mostly liked him right away.  He was a dick at times, but that’s true of a lot of people, right?

And then they get it together and it’s just *swoon*.

I hope there’s a new book soon.


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