Welcome to the book blitz for Right Girl, Wrong Timing by Natalie Decker. Happy Book Birthday to this Swoon Romance title that is releasing today! Keep reading to learn more about the book and enter the giveaway to win a $10 Starbucks gift card. (INT)Title: Right Girl, Wrong Timing (Offsides #3)
Author: Natalie Decker
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Publication Date: March 12, 2019
Adaline Frost’s life officially sucks. Now that her BFF has found her true love, Addy is constantly stuck being the third wheel. On top of that, she hasn’t started her junior project yet, so her advisor pairs her up with what could only be described as the “Reject Breakfast Club.” Instead of the weirdo and the troublemaker, Addy is forced to work with two stoners, a popular girl, and her crush, Austin Reed, the jock who broke her heart.
Austin Reed is sick of being labeled “dumb jock.” If he doesn’t get an A on this project, he can kiss his future goodbye. Austin thought he’d gotten lucky being partners with the very nerdy Adaline Frost, but boy was he wrong. Addy jumps down his throat about his being late and calls him names like “manwhore” on the daily. She has no idea Austin works before and after school in order to help his mom with the bills. Yeah, he’s made mistakes and has had lots of girlfriends, but he doesn’t need Adaline Frost to remind him of it every time he sees her.
Can Austin and Addy ever be a thing?
Right Girl Wrong Timing is book 3 in the Offsides series by Natalie Decker.
“As much as I love being right, it’s not the same. Austin and I never went on a date. Shared one stupidly amazing kiss but that’s it,” I hiss.
Juliet and I stop by our set of lockers, and she starts spinning in her combination. “It might not be with him. Maybe it will. It will happen, though. Just keep being you,” she says as she pops open the metal door.
Which is what exactly? A book-loving dork who pines for the wonderful Austin Reed? The girl who can’t pick a college to visit, let alone apply to one because she’s afraid she’s choosing wrong? Hates that her SAT and ACT scores aren’t perfect but is afraid to retake them because she might get a worse result.
“Addy!” Juliet shouts, breaking me from my spell.