The second book of the ‘Off-Campus’ series is about Logan aka ‘The Abbreviation King’ and Grace.
Logan is a junior and star player of Briar’s hockey team. He is hot, cocky, funny, and dependable. He is a guy, who will sacrifice anything for the people he loves and cares. From outside his life seems all rainbows and sunshine but in reality not so much. His family life sucks. His father is an alcoholic and he depends on Logan and his brother, and Logan is not looking forward to graduate and go back home to take care of his father. Plus like this isn’t enough, he also has a huge crash on his best friends girlfriend Hannah. So in order to avoid all the hurt and pain, Logan uses booze and sex as a coping mechanism.
Our heroine, Grace, is a virgin freshman, who is socially awkward and tends to start blabbing when she is around hot guys. I loved her. I think she is pretty adorable. And somehow Grace and Logan make sense and they are my favorite couple in the series.
Their meeting was totally coincidence but soon they discover they have a lot of fun together. At the beginning Grace was the distraction Logan needed in order to keep his mind away from Hannah. As for Grace, she couldn’t believe that she was lucky enough to have a sexy and popular guy like Logan as her first.
Eventually, Logan does something that breaks Grace’s heart and this mistake makes him realize that he is in love with Grace. When Logan realized his mistake, he starts groveling and I love that Grace doesn’t give in so easily. The way she supports Logan about his decisions regarding his future make me adore her more.
‘The Mistake’ is an engaging, funny, sweet and heartbreaking story.
- Would I recommend this book: Yes.
- Would I re-read this book:Already did (more than once LOL!)
- Would I read future books by this author: Yes.
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