Samuel Tucker is absolutely the last person scientist Cassie Barclay would ever date. Yes, he's gorgeous, but he's also far too cocky for his own good and thinks that Pi is a tasty afternoon treat. So when he asks her to dance at her friend Reese's non-wedding she's wondering why on earth she says yes!
Tuck is used to people assuming he's all brawn and no brain, and amuses himself by winding Cassie up. But when he finally takes her to bed, suddenly it's Tuck who can show Cassie a thing or two! Can he convince her that love and sex have nothing to do with logic and everything to do with chemistry?
Cassie is a woman who doesn't let her physical needs overtake her brain. She has a plan and goals for her life, and isn't about to drop what she wants to fall in love.
Tuck is a former professional athlete, who enjoys the limelight and all the strings that came with it. He's getting a bit tired of the groupies and hangers-on, true, but he's still having fun and making the best of the situation he's been given.
Cassie and Tuck meet at the wedding reception of Reese Michael. Cassie and Reese were college roommates, and Tuck is one of Reese's cousins. When Gina, another roommate, dares Tuck he cannot get Cassie to dance with him, the groundwork is laid. And suddenly, that's not the only thing getting laid.
Cassie and Tuck are cute together, though the nerdy girl and jock boy trope can be a bit stale. Ms. Andrews made them lively and fun. Tuck shows Cassie a good time, much more than a good time, in fact, which alters both of their plans. Girls Least Likely to Marry is the second book of The Wedding Series, though I don't believe it's necessary to have read the first book, The Unexpected Wedding Guest.
(A very special thank you to Harlequin and NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of Girl Least Likely to Marry.)