I can’t stand a BRO’. You know the type. Rich, hot, tan, full of himself. Well, I’ve got one under my skin and he’s driving me insane. The worst part is, he knows it.
Clayton Westfield isn’t my friend or even just a classmate. He’s something even more annoying. My mother Dana works for the Westfield’s and we live in their house. Well, above the garage really. Clayton is just a few years older so I’ve known him all my life. We even went to the same private school.
He’s rich, he’s loud, he’s full of himself. He’s a BRO’ in the worst sense of the word.
And I can’t take my eyes off of him. He knows it too. He has a lot of fun posing for me by the pool, half naked or worse. But the jokes on him because after freshman year of college, I finally grew boobs.
Now it’s summer and he’s the one who can’t keep his eyes off of me.
Turn about is fair play, doncha think?
Clayton is a piece of work. He’s vulgar, insulting and just plain, Ugh! He has no redeeming qualities whatsoever as you start the book. In the opening scene, he’s getting a blowjob. All he’s thinking is that she doesn’t really turn him on. He’s thinking about his trip home from college. There will be plenty of girls there. Then he starts thinking of aggravating the girl he grew up with. Not in a sexual way though, he just wants to terrorize the “mouse” that had a crush on him.
Nevada or Mouse is all grown up now. She’s no longer awkward or flat-chested. She’s built like a brick shit house. She spent her adolescence crushing on Clayton. Not anymore, she tells herself. She’s over him, not really, but she’s gonna try. It will be hard to do because her mother is his father’s personal assistant and they live on premises.
What could go wrong?
This book was okay for me. It was a quick read and flowed well. It just left me kind of Meh. The insta-love wasn’t believable to me. Clayton fell head over heels for the new Nevada, which was sweet. He was growly and possessive, which I adore, but he became a beta male for me. I don’t like beta males at all, so it kinda tainted the story for me.