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Shawn Rider is the king of his university - not only on the football field, but with the women as well. Until he meets her - Alice Harper, the girl who turns everyone down. Being cocky, confident, and successful as hell, Shawn isn't used to being turned down...but Alice seems to be worth the fight, and he already knows he's going to win her over in the end.
Alice Harper has big dreams. Coming from a small countryside town, she wants to impress her ex and enrolls in university with her major being psychology. The pretty girl turns everyone's heads, but all she wants is her ex...until Shawn comes along and threatens to change everything.
Fourth and Goal is a full-length bad boy sports romance. This is book four in the Pass to Win series. However, each book is a complete standalone, and you do not have to listen to them in order! There is no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a guaranteed happy ending!
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By Romance junkie on 08-21-17
Sophomore football player and Freshman Girl Find Love
Shawn plays football in college and takes advantage of the player status and basically has any girl he wants. He is getting bored with it and then he and his friend Jack decide the guy who can bed a girl who he has to convince to go to bed with him wins.
Alice a freshman psychology student who chose her school,because she was I love with a student. She hooks up with Shawn to make her exboyfriend jealous and slowly falls for Shawn.
Each finds an attraction unexpected yet his player rep and her unresolved feelings for her ex cause bumps in the road.
A cute football college story.. likeable characters...don't think you'll find much depth but an easy going listen.
I don't care for the narrator...her emotions are too forced and the ending of sentences are repetitive.
I probable wouldn use a credit in it but at a lower
By Kay on 07-09-17
This was a cute story but the characters although very likable came across as extremely immature. The narrator's voice was clear and understandable but I didn't really like her male voice. However I would listen to another of her books.
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By MCR. on 05-07-17
This story is perfect for those in the younger age group which I unfortunately am not. I did enjoy listening to it and thought of my grandchildren and how the older ones will soon be starting university and serious relationships. The author has a sensitive and realistic understanding of modern young people and that is why her books are so good. Anyone in this age group will empathize and love this story. Others like me will enjoy it either for its nostalgia value or because it will make them think about their own children. It is a good choice to listen to this at any time when you want something not too heavy to pass a few pleasant hours.