Enemies turn lovers in this hot college romance!
“I have loved every book in the Marycliff University series. They are exactly what I want in a book and False Assumptions did not disappoint.” ~Literary Epic Charity Book Blog
“Jerica hasn’t failed me yet with this series!!!” ~Goodreads review
“Five sizzling, snarky, sexy smirking, smooth talking, angsty, loads of fun stars to this wonderful book!” ~Deb, Xtreme Delusions
“Jerica MacMillan has wooed me and kept me as one of her biggest fans with each and every book she has added to the Players of Marycliff University series.” ~Catherine, Rochelle’s Reviews
First impressions aren’t always right.
Layla Caldwell is finishing her senior year, intent on keeping her head down, acing her classes, and getting a job after graduation that allows her time to write. The last thing she has time for is a playboy football player who flirts with any and every female. But he’s just who she gets paired up with in class.
Evan Coopman has seen Layla around and been intrigued by the quiet, pretty girl who keeps to herself. Now’s his chance to get to know her. Except she wants nothing to do with him, treating him with disdain since she thinks he’s a dumb jock who couldn’t pass a class without a lot of help.
Forced to work together, their relationship progresses from cold dislike to grudging respect. But Layla isn’t convinced that her first impression of Evan is wrong after all. Will his reputation be his downfall? Or will her assumptions ruin everything?
If you love snarky heroines and chemistry that ignites on the page, grab this fun, enemies to lovers story now!
Q&A with Jerica MacMillan
Q: What’s special about the Players of Marycliff University series?
A: When I wrote these, I wanted them to be highly relatable. Yes, the guys are all hot college football players, but they have normal struggles with balancing school, family, and career goals with their personal relationships. Since it’s college romance, there’s a big emphasis on figuring out what you want out of life, but I think that’s a theme that resonates long past college age.
I do consider them a sports romance, but the football isn’t really the focus of the stories. The focus is on the characters and their relationships.
Q: What is the best order to read the books?
They’re all interconnected standalones, so it’s not completely necessary to read them in order, though I think it provides the best experience if you do. They were written and published in the following order for the main, full-length novels:
Opening Hearts doesn’t fit in the timeline of the main novels, but is the story of how Matt and Hannah met, who have their story in Managed Hearts. I recommend reading it right before Managed Hearts, but it can be enjoyed equally at any point along the way.
Q: Why should readers give these books a try?
Because they’re awesome!
In all seriousness, if you like steamy college romance with just the right amount of angst, then these books are perfect for you. The heroes are all hot college football players, and the heroines are spunky, sassy, and not afraid to stand up for themselves. They’re your new best friends just waiting for you to come and hang out!