I'm so glad that this story is everything from beginning to the end, that you'd read about YA college romance. It has everything you love about and be angry about. So with this story I love the characters Natalia and Luke their POVs their amazing and funny friends that totally makes this story worth the rating I gave to a story that brings beyond the so called hate to friends and then to lovers, but without a story like this you sure can expect drama and tears.
Scoring The Quarterback was certainly a journey! It is a college romance story, which I love to read, and a book about frenemies. The blurb drew me in and that cover and I wasn't disappointed, the storyline was well written. It was definitely a WOW!
I loved these characters and the chemistry was obviously there. Luke was a true man whore and a true ass, he was the most popular guy in school and Natalia was the innocent and nerdy girl that had all of her ducks in a row. Luke was the Quarter Back and that was his lifelong dream to become a professional. Natalia just wanted to get her degree and get away from this town and the people in it. The two of them hated each other but the more time they spent together the harder it became to fight those feelings that were deep down. I thought it was great how they would call each other different nicknames throughout the whole book was too cute.
This is my first read by S.M. Soto and won’t be my last. Scoring the Quarterback Is the second book in The San Diegan series but can be read as a standalone. I certainly look forward to reading more of S.M. Soto.
This book is EVERYTHING I love about NA reads. It's not just friends to lovers - it's better - it's enemies to friends to lovers!!! The NA Holy Trinity ❤️❤️❤️
Luke and Natalia drove me totally insane for parts of this story - in the very best possible way!! It's a DELICIOUS slowburn - my favourite kind of read. My "make my heart happy" kind of book.
I raged at my IPad, then I got all smiley, then I was broken hearted, then I laughed, then I raged some more & so on ... Gah!! So much going on that I couldn't turn the pages quickly enough - didn't stop til I finished with burning eyes at almost 3am! So worth it! Definitely recommend this book.