After MathAfter Math by Denise Grover Swank
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Scarlett Goodwin has two goals in life; first, to not end up destitute and living in a trailer park like her mom and sister and second to be an analyst for the CIA. She is well on her way to both as a math major at Southern University until Tucker Price enters her life. While Scarlett is the picture of the ideal student, Tucker occupies the other end of the spectrum, the life of the party who is just biding his time in college until he can move on to bigger and better. How could these two individuals possibly need from each other?

Tucker is on academic probation for math and behavioral probation for his rambunctious, fool-hardy ways. The Math Department desperately wants a new software program that the university will happily pay for if Scarlett, the premier tutor, will help get Tucker back on track. They didn’t know it but but they had so much more to offer each other.

Denise Grover Swank has written a beautiful story of two very likeable characters who didn’t know they were missing anything until they found it. While it is not a fast-paced romance, it does have a nice flow that takes the readers along for the journey with the characters.

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