Crosby Parks had the life most guys only dreamed of. A wealthy family, girls vying for his attention, and pro scouts after his hockey skills. But when the life he knows comes crumbling down, he’s sent to Alabama to escape the media storm and to rebuild his life. If Crosby has any shot of playing professional hockey, he must keep a low profile and graduate from college. But the second he steps foot on campus, keeping a low profile becomes impossible.
Sabrina’s mind is made up. After encouraging Alabama’s star wide receiver to friend-zone her and pursue someone else, she’s determined to focus on herself and stop being everyone’s trusty sidekick and shoulder to cry on. But when she stumbles upon a naked hockey player tied to a tree in the middle of the night, Sabrina’s life is thrown upside down. Because when you leave someone tied to a tree, they eventually get free.
A New Adult Sports Romance in the For You Standalone series. This is book three. Each book follows a new couple and can be read as a complete standalone.
For Crosby very well maybe my favorite J. Nathan book to date. I love the message that comes across in this one, or maybe I should say lessons because I think at some point we have all judged and thought we knew someone only to find out what we believe isn’t the truth. I am sure you are wondering what I mean by that, but if you read For Crosby you will understand what I mean.
I loved the banter and chemistry between Crosby and Sabrina, from the moment they first meet, and let me tell you I could totally see that happening on a college campus, you could tell things were going to be feisty and they were. Sparks fly, flames between them ignite and you want them together. Crosby could be an asshole but you know what Sabrina could really be a bitch as well. I am not being mean about it, but it was almost a weird foreplay on their parts. It adds to the buildup between them. When things happen, and Crosby tries to protect Sabrina from it I both hated and loved him because I knew he thought it was his fault when it wasn’t. I loved how Sabrina also did what she did, she proved to me that she was, in fact, the perfect choice for Crosby.
I already can’t wait for more books in this series, J. Nathan has hooked this book whore as a fan since I first read her and For Crosby just made me love her books even more. As I said at the start, the message or lesson that you learn is one you should never forget because you may miss out on something amazing if you do.
His fingers, spread on my hips, slipped around to my stomach. I wanted to fight it. Wanted to step away from him. But the hum of my body wouldn’t allow it. He lowered his head, burying his nose into my neck. “You smell amazing.” Though my thighs quivered, I tried to remain indifferent. “It’s called sweat.” His body shook with laughter. “Well, then I’d like nothing more than to taste your sweat.” The thought of his lips on my neck sent a delicious shiver rocking through me. “Do lines like that normally work for you?” “Who said it’s a line?” His hands slipped under the hem of my shirt and coasted across my stomach. “God, you feel amazing.” “You’re a horny guy. Of course, I do.” He shook his head, his nose running along my jawline. “I may be horny, but you still feel right in my arms. I’m wondering how you’d feel beneath me.” I jerked away from his grasp, spinning to face him. “That.” I jammed my finger into his chest. “That right there is why this was a bad idea.” The traitorous hum of my body persisted as the lights flashed across his confused face. “It’s like you’re capable of being normal for like two minutes then you turn into an asshole. I don’t get it. And I’m over it.”
J. Nathan is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy heroines. When she's not writing, she's a total romance junkie! Add an alpha male who's unlikable in the beginning...even better. She loves watermelon margaritas, guys in backward hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.