Jennifer Echols is one of THOSE Authors, for me. She is an Author which I must own each of her books. She is an Author who I do reread. She is one of the top Authors I recommend when someone asks for something to read, "Have you read anything by Jennifer Echols?"
Jennifer Echols goes where few Authors venture to go. She is real. She is raw. She has no problem giving the Young Adult genre something that is true to Young Adults. She doesn't skirt around the subject of sex, or drugs, or sky-high-emotions young adults face just because some people may try to censor Young Adults from those subjects. She goes THERE and she does it brilliantly.
I really do love her.
So Here it is.... The Cover and Description of Love Story.
Erin Blackwell is headed to college in New York City to study creative writing and earn a living as a romance novelist. Her grandmother has other plans: she approves of the college, but she wants Erin to major in business and then come back home to Kentucky to run the family’s famous racehorse farm. There is no way Erin will agree. Studying in New York and writing her way into a career is her escape from the farm and the family tragedy that happened there. So Erin’s grandmother decides Erin really will live life as a starving artist. She takes Erin’s future job running the farm, her inheritance, even her college tuition, and gives them all to Hunter Allen.The Ex Games
Hunter has lived on the farm for years. He’s Erin’s age, he’s the stable boy, and he’s the romantic dream of every girl in her high school. But he was involved in the family tragedy. Erin has always given him a wide berth. And he’s a slick opportunist. She’s furious that he fooled her grandmother into giving him Erin’s birthright and sending him to Erin’s college.
At least she’s free of him in her creative writing class. So she pens a story that has haunted her lately, in which the horse farm heiress at the very first Kentucky Derby starts a forbidden affair with the lowly stable boy. Unfortunately for her, the day she’s sharing this story with her New York classmates, Hunter walks in. He’s switching to her class. And after reading about himself in Erin’s story, he writes his own sexy assignments that lure Erin into dangerous fantasies about what could have been between them, and what might be.