To nineteen-year-old high school dropout Travis Walker, women are like snowflakes–each one different, but beautiful in her own way.
He can charm any girl he meets, and yet down deep he fears he’ll always be a loser like his jailbird father. As the landlady threatens to evict him and his sick mother, Travis takes a job he hates and spends his evenings picking up girls at a nearby night spot.
When he enlists in a teen program at the local fire station, he finds out he’s amazing at it. Then he meets the smoking hot Kat Summers, enlists Kat’s friend Zoey to help him woo her, and falls in love for the first time ever.
But he keeps the details of his life secret. His girl will never love him back if she knows the truth about him….
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WINNER -- Third Place for Fiction 2013 Indie Reader Discovery Awards
FINALIST-- New Fiction 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards
“ ….the title of this book had me expecting something very like a teen romance. While there is romance aplenty in this wonderful novel, Girls Love Travis Walker is far more than that….
“Little did I know that what I was about to read would have such a huge impact on me…. This book hit me right in the heart.”
“I really loved Travis…. I cried and was scared with him.”
“This book will make you fall in love for so many reasons…”
Wow my stomach was in knots over Travis' situation!
His life was falling apart and it was heart wrench to read. This book is way deeper than it lets on to be. The sex scenes in this book are tame but it doesn't make this book any less hot because let's face it anything that get our hearts pumping is Hot! Travis' love interest is more than beautiful on the outside but she smok'n hot on the inside as well. I couldn't put the book down half way through I just knew it was going to fall apart for Travis but couldn't wait to find out if he was going to be able put himself back together because I wasn't seeing any hope.
Anne Pfeffer lives in Los Angeles, California. She likes to write, walk her dog, play poker, and work as a library volunteer at a local school. Her book Any Other Night has been named a Finalist in both the 2012 Indie Reader Discovery Awards and the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards.