Actions. Report. Kidnapped by the Billionaire (Nine Circles 4) - Jackie Ashenden. epub .. Actions. Report. All Lined Up -(rusk university 1) Cora ronaldweinland.info All Lined Up book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Texas, two things are cherished above all else—football and goss. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Football and falling in love are two of the greatest things ever. It would take Cora Carmack to make them even better ALL LINED UP.
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You cannot imagine how much I have beaten myself up over the long wait for this book. As if going to the same college as her football star ex wasn't bad enough, her father, a Texas high school coaching phenom, has decided to make the jump to college ball. While I was writing All Broke Down, the news was inundated with information about the Steubenville rape trial and other tragedies and injustices like it. Sure there was still some predictability and stereotypical moments, but I otherwise found this book to be unique and well written. Cookie Settings But all in all, this was a real nice story and I already started the second book. He needs the scholarship and the future that football provides.
Dallas is one likeable character. I love that she knows what she wants to pursue in life which is dancing and how she's very determined to attain it. Her relationship with her dad is so genuine that at times I was teary-eyed. Even when she's growing up without a mom, she turned out such a strong girl. Carson, on the other hand, is also a character that's worthy of admiration.
He is not a typical sports hero who gets all the attention of the girls on campus. He is so down to earth. Growing up in a family who lacks sufficient money to support him in his education made him become a responsible, goal-driven person and that makes him my favorite character. There are a thousand things I want and need to do, but you trump all of them You drive me to distraction, and all I want to do is get lost in you. All I want to do is make you lose it, too. Dallas and Carson's relationship was not forced.
It developed so naturally. I think one of the things I liked about this one, was the football aspect. After al 3. After all I'm from Texas and know a thing or two about high school and college football. Dallas grew up with football. Her dad was a high school coach and now coaches at the college Dallas attends.
She doesn't date football players. Carson is trying to earn a scholarship and can't be distracted by a girl. Until she meets Carson. She doesn't know he's a football player at first Dallas and Carson spent a large part of the book going back and forth deciding whether they should or could like each other. They do eventually get things figured out So this slut did like this one, despite the lack of smut. I will consider reading the other books in the series. Just please make those less YA! View all 22 comments.
It's hard not to compare this story to the other college quarterback books that I have read, but it this was nice , I guess. She meets the second string quarterback, Carson. Carson is a farm boy who is looking for a scholarship and a permanent spot on the team.
Her previous relationship was in high school, with the stereotypical jerk, Rusk University's current starting quarterback, Levi.
You'll have to forgive me if i handled it badly sometimes. The two decide on a friendship There's a lot of movie watching and leg touching till they both buck up and declare their feelings.
It could just be my age but this really didn't bring anything new to the table for me. View all 29 comments. Jan 04, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it liked it Shelves: Because I am rusty.
Both meet at a college party, Dallas not knowing Carson is on the team, and Carson not knowing that Dallas is the daughter of his new football coach. They begin to spend time together, forming a friendship but holding romantic feelings for each other at the same time. I don't feel magically happ 2. I don't feel magically happy because of it. My problems don't disappear when the music ends.
But I understand life better when I dance, and understanding is half the fight of surviving. Plus my local library has it, and who can deny a free book? This was more like a YA story than an NA one. Yes it was a little bit more racy than a YA book, but barely.
I found I couldn't really relate to either of the characters in this book and maybe that's why I didn't love it. Regardless the story in this fell flat for me. I kind of liked it, but I wasn't invested in it, or in what would happen to the characters.
Cora's other series I rated in this order: Losing It: This time I'm going after what I want. View all 23 comments. Dallas grow up only with her father, after her mother left when she was only a baby. Carson is a farm boy. His dream is to have a permanent spot on the team and a scholarship.
I only feel free. And I only feel her. Staying friends is not an option anymore. It was an cute story and it really made me smile the entire time.
I liked both Dallas and Carson. I enjoyed how their relationship progressed and how they are with each other. There some sweet moments between them that make me swoon and I loved the chemistry and the sexual tension between them.
I liked they are honest with each other and they communicated from the beginning. They actually felt very mature. Overall, a nice enough college romance. View all 37 comments. Where do I even start? I've enjoyed quite a lot of books with sports and romance mixed together, so I guess I did set the bar high for this book. And, clearly, it was a huge disappointment. All Lined Up took insta-lust, insta-attraction and insta-love to entirely new levels.
Hell, Dallas and Carson kissed during their first meeting. Wonderful, isn't it? And yes, he did have his hand up her skirt that time! The I love you s came on pretty early as well, although it was mostly just implied.
Over the sticky September air, over the chlorine from the pool that is apartment overlooks, over everything. Dallas acted like a whiny teenage girl, getting mad and upset of over the most shallow reasons. Another hot-and-cold character that didn't work out for me, sadly. Carson could've been an okay character, but unfortunately, Dallas had him wrapped up around her finger.
He was way too enamored with her and I just couldn't understand why. The romance took over the whole story. There were a couple of scenes where I loved Dallas' dad and their relationship, but it could've had a much bigger role in the story.
Dallas and Carson also each had their own hobbies dancing and football that weren't given much of a spotlight. The writing wasn't for me, either. There was a lot more telling than showing --Carson and Dallas often had these completely random heart-to-heart talks where their dialogues were entire full-length paragraphs of their lives.
Some words and phrases were repetitive, and while that might not bother some, it bothers me. So I don't know if I'll be trying out another Carmack book in the near future. Probably not.
View all 12 comments. May 11, Beverly rated it really liked it. Dallas is a dancer, and she wants nothing more then to leave Texas and go somewhere with a real dance program.
Her father insist she stay in Texas and attend Rusk University, whe 4 Bleed Rusk Red Stars Dallas Cole grew up living, breathing, being all about football, but not by choice. Her father insist she stay in Texas and attend Rusk University, where he just accepted the head football coach position for the college.
Raised on a ranch is family has struggled financially the last few years and he has a limited amount of time to prove himself. Going into Rusk his number one goal is to stay focused, the last thing he needs is a distraction. So while Dallas is deciding if Carson is worth taking a chance on, Carson is debating if he can even be friends with her given that she his biggest distraction.
Once Dallas discovers Carson is the second string quarterback her decision is made - no more football players. I love books set in college, add in a hot football player and I am sold.
This is a fun read and is well written. I enjoyed the banter between Carson and Dallas, the sneaking around, and the angst. View all 34 comments. Jun 20, nicklein rated it it was amazing. I can't. There was no slow parts in this book.
I liked the fact that it started with a zap and kept it that way until the last page. It was enthralling and you can't help but keep turning the pages. The tension between Dallas and Carson was palpable throughout the book. Each of them was wonderfully drawn. They were so cute and perfect together I found myself crying like a proud stage mother a couple of times. They're my babies! I love everything about this book except for the cover.
The writing was fabulous, the humour sprinkled in the book, the romance, the friendship, the tinge of family issues and the passion for football and dancing were marvellously crafted and woven together. A definite must read! View all 4 comments. All Lined Up was a story of romance, football and growing up. Dallas Cole is starting her freshman year at Rusk University, a college in Texas, where her dad is the football coach, and her ex, Levi is the quarterback.
All her resolve is tested when she meets Carson. Keeping their relationship in the friend zone is just too painful, and as Dallas and Carson come to realize, unnecessary. As their connection builds, Dallas deals with her strained relationship with her father. Football and the life around it is a large part of this story and I enjoyed getting the feel of a place where the sport is a huge part of life.
This is a promising start to a fun series, and it sounds like resident playboy, Silas is up in the next story. A copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Started this on a random morning while taking the bus to work.
Figured it wouldn't hurt to try a New Adult novel since Cora is amazing! Her writing suits me so well and I missed some steam and smexy from the YA reads I had going on lately.
One could say that I fell hard for Carson and Dallas, their adorable chemistry and intense attraction. And you know what? They're absolutely right! It was so refreshing to see that and I completely adored the two MCs. Dallas is the kind of girl you want to be friends with: Cora writes awkward and funny the best! Her writing is always full of chemistry and these two most definitely had some. In addition to a gorgeous and developed romance, All Lined Up deals with family, a great father-daughter relationship, explores the theme of reaching and going after your dreams, getting comfortable in your own skin and nature.
I enjoyed the cute, friendly banter a lot and was glad to see that both MCs have a good head on their shoulders. Also, this book contained minimal drama which suited well with the theme and the characters. There are so many characters and different arcs to explore for different people. Totally worth your time. Overall rating: That's how excited I am!!! LOVE this news: Sorry Michael Gambon, you're still awesome! This is a better example of me right now.. View all 6 comments.
May 12, Nikki rated it liked it Shelves: This book helped me see that I am fast approaching cougarville and apparently a raging hoochie mamma. This was a case of… Cause I started the book like this. Way young. The story was your basic kinda forbidden romance, A LOT of back and forth. We have Dallas, the football coach's daughter and Carson, super sweetie football player. No manwhoring or angst, s This book helped me see that I am fast approaching cougarville and apparently a raging hoochie mamma.
No manwhoring or angst, so I think a good in-betweener type book if you are reading a lot of dark, hard stuff. I was waiting for the naughty, anything, but it never came, well at least until the epi. Frustrated the hootch outta me. So overall, 3 stars for me.
A good, light read. I will continue on with this series but I won't rush when the next book comes out to read it. But when she dates a football player in high school, and got her heart-broken, she knew that she could never be with anything that was connected to the sport.
She is determined to focus on her studies and her dancing. Football is her past, and dancing is her future. When her roommate drags her to a party, she finds herself in a bad position, facing her ex, and she meets Carson McClain. Carson, loves football, and will do anything to succeed.
Carson is driven to become more than he is. Carson is willing to do whatever it takes to make it on the team, no matter how many hours he has to train and lift weights, or run…he will do anything. Carson is a hero to love, he has such drive and passion, to be good at something. I love how determined he is…I mean boy is he determined to do what needs to be done. She has always felt like she was second to everything else in his life. Her mother abandoned her when she was little, and her father refuses to let her even leave the state to go to a New York dancing school, but keeps her here in Texas, at a university he approves of, and is coaching at.
Dallas knows he is just being over protective, but she wants to dance professionally, and in order to do that she needs to leave Texas and go to a program that will be a benefit to her. Dallas is more reserved and focused.
What I enjoyed about Dallas is when she wants to she can relax and have a good time…with the right people. I enjoyed seeing her stand up to her father through the story, and fight for what she wants in her life. I have been wanting to try this author out for quite a while, and so I finally got the first book, and already bought the other two books in the series after reading this one…. I loved it that much. What I enjoyed about this one…its not your typical New Adult romance…there is some conflict and drama, but its the type that you can easily relate to.
The hero just won my heart from the beginning, you see how much he is struggling to be something more, and he has compassion and a drive to admire. We definitely see a caterpillar blossom into a butterfly star football player , he has what it takes to succeed and it was so fun to see him do it. The romance is sweet and romantic, and they do deal with some conflict, but they also come together when it matters most, and fight for each other…everything you need in a solid romance!!
It hints at the friendship they build throughout the book. But when they realise Carson is a quarterback and Dallas is the coach's daughter, can they deny their attraction to one another? I really liked how this one started off. Their interactions to begin with was sweet and it was just what I was looking for. Unfortunately, I started to lose interest.
The story itself wasnt grabbing me, I didnt really like Dallas and overall it was just "okay". This was a sweet college story. The ro 3 stars Dallas and Carson strike up a new friendship at Rusk University. The romance was believable but the steam level was mild.
I doubt I would remember this book or the characters. Apr 03, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Chapter 28 Dallas Chapter 29 Carson Chapter 30 Dallas Chapter 31 Carson Epilogue Acknowledgments Behind the Book Teaser About the Author Ad Card Praise for All Lined Up Also by Cora Carmack Credits Copyright About the Publisher.
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