"I can give you exactly what you're asking for, Janie, and I can give it to you all night long."
Their first kiss is impulsive, fun, a little wicked--everything Jane Elliot isn't looking for in a man--but desperately needs. Their second kiss is slow, deliberate, an instant connection--everything Austin Sinclair never had with a woman--and doesn't want.
Jane isn't the easy conquest Austin's used to. She's a stubborn-as-hell bookworm who's more interested in studying than dating. She needs a little--no--a lot of fun in her life, and Austin's just the guy who can give it to her. Too bad she thinks love should easy. Too bad Austin knows it isn't.
Everybody told her to stay away from the heartbreaker, but Jane knows there's more to Austin than full-body contact kisses and bad boy charm. All he ever promised her was a good time and wow, does he ever deliver.
This was a really cute HEA story. When I finished reading this book, I had a conversation with Damaris about it. I briefed her in on what the book was about and basically asked her opinion. And basically our opinions are the same. I tend to get a little skeptic with Happily Ever After stories. But like Damaris stated to me, it'll be nice to believe in it. If only everyone can have a Happily Ever After ending. Right?
In "Tell me you want me", you have your plain Jane and your star quarterback. Jane knew who he was and what he was about. Your typical college sweetheart. Hot and dangerous. One day Jane bumps into him and he flashed her his charming smile that made her want to turn the other way. But the same exact reason that makes her want to turn and run for her dear life, is the same thing that makes her want to stay. Not easily giving into his charm, she makes him work to take her out.
Austin isn't the kind of guy that has to work hard for the attention of any girl. All until he meets Jane, Jamie, Jenna. What's her name?! She didn't fall easily for his charm, but he knew she was interested. He can tell her in her eyes. But Austin is only in it for fun. At least that's what he thought. Little did he know that Jane isn't one to give up easily. Nothing in life comes easily, you gotta fight for what you want.
Like I said before, I liked this story a lot. It's a story that you can only wish that could be you. Not everyone is a typical cheerleader kind of girl that can get every thing she wants. So to all the plain Jane's like myself (at least in my opinon) it's something that'll be interesting to experience. I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. If you like your HEA stories, then this is for you. In my opinion I think this is a Good Choice for Reading for those not skeptic about love.