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From Innovative New Adult Romance Author—Jaqueline Snowe
A sassy bartender who’s seen it all wants nothing to do with the campus playboy— but when they are paired together in class, sparks fly. Can the player change his ways for the right girl?
Follow Jenna and Aiden in this enemies-to-lovers story.
LET LIFE HAPPEN
Re-Released in January of 2018. Let Life Happen, the first book in the Isaac’s Bar Series, was picked up by Liquid Silver Publishing and is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.
Everyone has that one friend—the ridiculously hot one you swear you would never develop feelings for. Mostly, because it would end in heartbreak. When Aiden Chad walks into a room, people stop and watch him. Who wouldn’t stop and stare at the Sigma President with his chiseled jaw and perfect smile…and those abs. There’s something about a player like Aiden that makes girls say, “I can change him.”
On the other hand, Jenna Smithson has never been like most girls. Why would she start now? As a bartender at the local, college bar, she has seen it unravel enough times to know exactly how it always ends. For the first time in his life, Aiden encounters a girl who won’t fall at his knees or fall into bed with him. Instead, Jenna gives him a dosage of good, genuine friendship and treats him like a normal person. She calls him out on his shit and his charm gets him nowhere. And this, this makes him question his entire lifestyle. Her sassy attitude and foul mouth, combined with his attitude and humor, create sparks hotter than the Phoenix sun they live under.
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A note from the author:
This book is a love story to those couples who met in college, trying to figure out what they wanted to do in the world without a clue how to get there. The names of characters and places are made up, but the setting is all true to Phoenix, Arizona. This was an ode to a city I grew to love.
Goofy, romance-loving sports fanatic who often talks about her baby, her husband, or romance novels that make her heart feel squishy.