The Anderson Brothers by Marie Long

The Anderson Brothers, Book 2

How far will you go to find love & happiness?
Twenty-four year old Kevin Anderson lost the opportunity to end his senior year at the University of Washington as the Huskies’ all-star point guard, and sought out one last opportunity to put his extraordinary basketball skills to use: by training for a chance at the pros.

But when he’s not on the court, Kevin has only two things in his life that gives him happiness: spinning records at the local clubs, and Trinity Brown.

Trinity attends almost every one of Kevin’s deejay gigs, but Kevin is uncertain if her love for him is genuine or a fangirl’s simple admiration. Kevin takes that chance and hopes that she will see beyond the celebrity persona. But when fall classes start up again, their busy schedules press their relationship.

Kevin doesn’t want to give up on her–on them. He hopes the happiness they had will rebound once more.

But when he learns the truth about Trinity, Kevin must decide if it is worth everything–and everyone–he cares about to save her, or forfeit this exhausting game of love.

ISBN: 9780986301926
Published by Chikara Press

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Praise for Scratched

“This book was everything, I loved it. This series just gets better and better. Kevin is just soo sweet, I am swooning here, we had a strong heroine here, no unnecessary drama or anything, this book it’s definitely one of the bets that I have read this year. Simply Amazing.” –Amazon Review

“… Scratched is an entertaining story about second chances in both love and life and if you love sports romances with a gripping story, real-life flawed characters then this one is for you. …” –Amazon Review

” … This story grabs you and never slows down. Very well written, excellent flow, easy read….Kevin is an amazing young man and so mature for his age. Take the time and read this book! I can not wait for the next one!!!!” –Amazon Review