Drew: Book One of the Perfectly Independent Series by Amanda Shelley – Review by Angelina Frazzini

Drew (Perfectly Independent, #1)Drew by Amanda Shelley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Drew by Amanda Shelley is book one of the Perfectly Independent series.

Abby’s goal is to become a doctor. After her chemistry lab, she’s sure she’s doomed. Drew is not someone she ever expected to be in her lab. With his cockiness, she knows she needs to stay far away, that is until they end up as lab partners. Drew has one goal and basketball was his ticket to get there. Ned school is in his future but he can’t get distracted. Drew avoids distractions at all costs, especially during the basketball season. But then, he’s paired with Abby for lab and all of his plans may just crumble. Can he stick to the plans he laid out or will Abby derail everything?

I really enjoyed reading Drew and Abby’s story. It was so nice to see that Drew had big goals outside of basketball and he wanted to ensure nothing got in his way. Abby was just as driven. They both wanted to do to why was necessary to achieve their goal that they were a little blind at first to what was happening between them. The build up is half the fun! The book wasn’t at all what I was expecting and I definitely recommend this book!

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