Currently reading “The Running Back and the Prima Donna” 📖…
Spoilers. Maybe just a few splash 💦 throughout this review, let’s see 👀…
So okay! I was curious as to what will happen and how it would happen when it came to both Bianca and Ryan. It was interesting to learn that they both had issues, and both ran from problems. Well, more so, Bianca lied about a lot of things. Though she had her reasons. I liked how Ryan taught her that she could be more than prima Donna. He showed her a new meaning of life. Not only that, but Bianca also showed Ryan that it’s okay to care and love someone who you want to be in a relationship with.
He had so much built-up hurt with his father that he was known to run away every time some got tough, more so when his father comes around. I do hope that he gets a chance to talk to his father and work things out with him. But not only that I was glad to read that Bianca finally told everyone the truth and not only that both Ryan and Bianca worked things out when it came to their relationship since Ryan had broken up with her since he didn’t want to hurt her because he felt like he was going to end up like his father a wash-up musician and what not!!!
But his mother shines some light on the situation to help him understand that both she and his father was in the wrong and he and Bianca needed to work things out with one another. & I was glad that they did!!!!
Besides that, I can’t wait to read Colleen and Eve, Story!!!
He thought he had her figured out. Turns out, he was wrong.
Everyone at the ballet academy think they know me—the prima donna. The diva. The mean girl. They’re wrong.
What they don’t know is that I’m moments away from losing my meticulously planned out life. I’m not one to show weakness but my ankle has a different agenda. Adding Ryan to that equation only complicates things more and suddenly the only person who can save my future—and my secrets—is the one person I’m not sure I can trust.
I’ve spend my life not caring. If it doesn’t involve Mom or my kid sister, Rosie, I don’t care. Period.
But there’s something about Bianca. Something about her desperate desire to hide the fact that she’s a pageant queen that I can’t help but involve myself in. Sure, it’s black mail—she does what I ask and I keep her secret—but I really think I can help her loosen up. After all, that’s my speciality.
Until things aren’t as simple anymore and suddenly, my feelings are deeper than I like. I come from a man who leaves, so why do I think I’d be different with Bianca? It’s better for me to stay away than for me to break her. And the last thing I want to do is break her.