Cutters Vs. Jocks, Chicago Sports Romance Book 1

Cutters Vs. Jocks, Chicago Sports Romance Book 1

by Elizabeth Marx

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Cutters Vs. Jocks, Chicago Sports Romance Book 1 by Elizabeth Marx

Love at first sight versus lust you can't fight.

Libby Tucker is a cutter--a nobody waitress in a college town--at least that's what everyone believes. But admission to law school is Libby's ticket out of Indiana and her escape from small town life forever.

During a night on the town, Libby beats the most competitive athlete on campus at pool and draws more attention from him than she's prepared for.

Aidan Palowski is one of those jocks your friends warned you about--the kind that never loose--the kind that put notches in their baseball bats. As the closing pitcher on the best baseball team in the Big Ten, he's on his way to the major leagues. Aidan always gets what he wants and Libby is the final home run he wants to hit out of the park.

The last thing Libby needs is to get sidetracked by a superstar jock. Afraid that she might be on a collision course with love at first sight Libby keeps her distance, but the longer she holds out the more Aidan realizes it's a case of lust he can't fight.

What happens when worthy opponents refuse to play their hearts out?

CUTTERS VS. JOCKS

The story of two lovers who put their future goals ahead of each other's love before they were brought to the table for BINDING ARBITRATION.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013552302
Publisher: Elizabeth Marx Books
Publication date: 11/08/2011
Series: Chicago Sports Romance , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 81,689
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Windy City writer, Elizabeth Marx, brings cosmopolitan life alive in her fiction—a blend of romance, fast-paced Chicago living, and a sprinkle of magical realism. Elizabeth resides with her husband, girls, and two cats who’ve spelled everyone into believing they’re really dogs. She grew up in the city, has traveled extensively, and still says there’s no town like Chi town.
You can visit her website www.elizabethmarxbooks.com or contact the author at

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Cutters Vs. Jocks, Chicago Sports Romance Book 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
KatsPL More than 1 year ago
This prequel is necessary to read before Binding Arbitration.Elizabeth Marx has now become one of my very favorite authors with this story of Aidan and Libby. It is a very interesting style of writing and an absolutely engaging story. I highly recommend!!
Stewart777 More than 1 year ago
There’s an interesting story behind this book. I ordered a few books for my daughter and the online bookstore accidentally sent this book out. At first, I had every intent to return it and decided to keep it. .
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No no he picked the little kitten up and checked him iver u look good to me little guy
loveofliterature More than 1 year ago
This prequel I read after reading Binding Arbitration. I was sent by Elizabeth Marx herself after winning a contest to name her church in an upcoming novel and fell in love with the Adain and Libby story that I could not resist going out and buying as well as reading the prequel Cutters vs. Jocks. The background of their lives is alluded to in the prequel, but the whole story line is ingrained in my mind to really appreciate the older version of the two of them six years later. I gave Binding Arbitration "five stars"in the comment section (although the ranking itself only shows four stars). I tried to rectify the situation but could not. More importantly, the two ovels are so in-depth with the multifaceted character roles of Adian, Libby, and all the other characters that appear in the prequel to make this a sensational drama to hit the movie world. I would love to see this story unfold on the big screen some day!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good read I loved it can't wait to read binding arbitration, and find out what happens;)!!!!!!?