Cover Reveal: Foul Play (Blue Mountain University 3) by AE Madsen

So excited to be able to share the cover and an exclusive excerpt from Foul Play by AE Madsen.  This book releases on September 15th and will be available as part of your Kindle Unlimited Subscription!

From the blurb:

That night with Asher should have been a one off, but something about him draws me in. When he reaches out to me online, I can't help myself. I want to know more about him, even if we do live in different states. Between soccer and my classes, I don't have time for much, but that doesn't mean we can't be friends. Maybe even friends with benefits. It doesn't have to mean anything.

College should have been more accepting than high school but punching the jerk on my soccer team probably wasn't the best way to make friends. Accidentally liking a picture on Instagram of a guy I slept with once isn’t a great start either. Only the more we talk, the more I wish we didn't live so far away. This has bad idea written all over it, so why can't I stop thinking of him?

*Foul Play is a long-distance college romance with a HFN ending. See front matter for TW*


“Guess the kiss was a bit much,” I joke. 

“You think?” Walsh laughs. We walk out and head toward the exit of the building. We aren't the only ones in the hall, but we're far enough away from anyone on our team who might hear us.

“How long do you think it'll take for people to start speculating that we're dating?” I smirk, not taking the idea too seriously.

“I don't know; I guess that depends on if anyone saw you kiss Aiden.” The mention of Walsh’s twin brother throws me off. We met at a party recently and did some flirting and kissing, but it didn’t go further than that.

“I didn't think of that,” I say with a laugh, wrapping my arm around Walsh's shoulders. I might as well fuck with him a little. “Don't worry, you're not my type,” I tease, but Walsh rolls his eyes at me.

“Again, I'd like to point out that you made out with my twin,” he says. I'm about to laugh when Walsh stops walking. The goalie from the other team is right in front of us. He waves at Walsh, and that’s when I remember I still have my arm around him. I pull away and look over the goalie again as he approaches us. 

He's in different clothes, but his hair isn't wet, like he didn't bother with a shower. Now that we're closer, and not in the middle of a game, I can tell his eyes are a striking bright blue. “Hey. Uh, Asher, this is Hayden Bennett. Bennett, this is Asher Cock,” Walsh introduces us, but I crack up.

“Wait, your name is Cock?” I ask, and understandably the cute goalie gets upset.

“No, it's Koch. K-O-C-H,” he spells it out, glaring at Walsh. When Cock says his name, it sounds the tiniest bit different. 

It’s still funny as hell, so it takes me a moment to stop laughing. “That's great. I had that situation handled by the way,” I say.

“I believe the words you're looking for are ‘thank you,’” Cock sasses back at me. His awkward attempt at flirting just makes him cuter. 

“I could thank you another way,” I tell him with a wink, but that seems to catch Cock off guard. 

He looks me over then glances at Walsh again. “You two aren't?” Cock asks, pointing between the two of us to infer I'm hooking up with Walsh. 

“No,” Walsh answers a little too quickly. “Did you end up in trouble with your coach?” he changes the subject. 

The goalie winces for a brief second before shrugging it off. “It was worth it.” That doesn’t really answer Walsh’s question, but Cock did sock the guy hard enough to make him bleed all over his jersey. 

“I'm going to get out of here,” Walsh says, interrupting my thoughts. He looks over to where most of our team is gathering for the bus. Where I should be heading too. I nod, and Cock turns his attention back to Walsh.

“You sure?” he asks, his voice a little hopeful. I thought he might be flirting with me, but he’s clearly still interested in Walsh too. Walsh nods, leaving to join our teammates, and Cock looks at me again. A hesitant grin creeps over his face as he blatantly checks me out. 

My earlier flirting was mostly for the hell of it, but he is cute. I vaguely notice Walsh leaving, and Cock moves closer to me. “So, how would you thank me?” he asks with a waggle of his eyebrows.

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