Samantha, Mason, and Logan are all together and united with one common enemy: Sebastian Park, the king of fraternity douchebags.
With professional football scouts eyeing his every move, Mason Kade has to walk the line for the first time in his life. Any move he makes against Sebastian has to be perfect and under the radar. One mistake, and his career is over.
Sebastian has other plans. Mason’s career isn’t his target—not even close. Wanting to destroy Mason completely, Sebastian knows he must hit him where it hurts the most: Samantha, who doesn’t give a rat’s ass that she’s the target.
Sam is bound and determined to protect Mason herself, no matter the cost, but what if the cost is beyond her imagination? What if this time, the villain wins?
Finally, everyone is in college. No more long distance relationship problems for Sam and Mason, but there are more problems, more serious problems. That problem would be Sebastian. He’s even more of a pest now than he was in the last book. He was just an arrogant jerk turned homicidal maniac in the last book. You’re probably wondering what could be worse than a homicidal maniac, that would be a man who actually thinks and plans before acting out. Sebastian is tactical now. He’s just like Mason, and we all know how Mason is.
Logan is the same as always. Loud, funny, whorish, and protective. Mason can’t do anything about the Sebastian situation. He needs to act like a politician. He can’t risk losing his football career and his future. Logan and Sam know this, so they think it’s their time to protect Mason.
There are some new and funny characters. I like Sam’s new roommate, Summer. She was funny, a bit naive, but she was a good person.
There are some really swoony moments between Sam and Mason. Mason has really improved in the romance department.
This book contains all the elements one expects when reading a Fallen Crest High book. It has drama, suspense, humor, and romance. All those things that make a book a Tijan book.