She wants a summer job and a ride to a wedding.
He wants an assistant and a distraction from the mess his life had become.
They didn't know they needed each other.
Avery Emili needs two grand. Two grand and a plane ticket--her sister is counting on her to get to Jamaica for her wedding. But the semester is over, and tutoring college freshman and high school students has dried up until the fall.
Atticus Grimes needs help--the messy split with his wife left the twenty-eight year old professor scrambling to keep things together as the semester winds down. Now he's got a research grant he has to actually do research for and all he wants to do is drown himself in a tall bottle of bourbon.
When Avery sees his ad for an assistant, all she's thinking is a summer job. But as they spend time together, in the office and out, both of them begin to realize something is there. Something that can't happen--he's a professor and she's a student. And both of them have histories, pasts that won’t let go. Can two broken people pulled apart by expectations find a way to be whole?
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A good romance read, perfect for summer. I am a fan of Nazarea Andrews, her books are really special to me, so when an opportunity to review University of Branton presented itself, I took it. This love is the first book in the series and it is a love story of a college student Avery, who was left at the altar a few years back, and Atticus, a college professor who is in the middle of a divorce because his wife cheatde on him. They meet when Avery calls for an ad Atticus s best friend left for him and sparks fly. There is a lot of chemistry between these two and at first they were resiting it but when they let go, they are great together. As always, nothing can last forever and there are problems on the horizon for the couple.
I liked the both. Avery was trying really hard to overcome her trust issues and to forget about the past and Atticus was also trying to deal with his problems with trust and women. I didnt like it when he havent told Avery the truth and that he waited instead of ran after her but I liked how these two fit together.
Nazarea Andrews is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. She loves chocolate and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids. She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, and overgrown dog.