Honestly, it wasn't that good of a read, and I DNFed about halfway through.

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"This is not how soccer-star Zack Martin thought his summer would go. When the captain's prank means trouble for the whole squad, Zack’s left with no choice but to take one for the team and cover for him.
Now he’s trading parties and beach days for community service at a seaside conservation center—fair enough. But thanks to his new reputation, the cute intern, Chip, won’t even give him a shot. Still, Zack finds himself falling for Chip between dolphin encounters and shark costume disasters, which means he suddenly has way more on the line than he ever expected.
Zack may be good at winning on the field, but can he keep up the lie without losing himself?"

Okay, so this wasn't a great read. It wasn't bad, but it was boring and mediocre - to the point where I lost interest in reading. Nothing really stood out to me, I guess. At the beginning, Zack acted quite entitled/privileged, although he does mature as the book progresses. I did find the Marine center intriguing, but that's really all that stood out to me.