Fourth and Goal : Pass to Win

  • by Roxy Sinclaire
  • Narrated by Lynnae Stanwick
  • Series: Pass to Win
  • 4 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She's a challenge...but I always win.
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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Surprising Story!

Roxy Sinclaire delivers a college football story that you think is going to be the typical guy makes a bet to get the girl story! But Alice is not the typical girl and makes Shawn rethink his approach to winning the bet. I found Alice to be a great character that was strong enough to put Shawn in his place when needed. The surprising part is the twist that happens with an ex of Alice's that you do not see coming.

I thought the narrator did a great job portraying all voices throughout the book.

The only problem technically were the sound glitches that happened throughout the book. Hopefully this will be taken care of since some of the narration gets cut off.
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- Jennifer


Any additional comments?

I was provided this audiobook by the author in exchange for an unbiased review.

First listen to this series and it did well as a stan-alone. Cute and short and packs in a lot of story. Unfortunately, it's not a new storyline... "Guys make a bet over getting a girl, some yadda-yadda and trouble, then they fall in love). Characters are likable but there's not much time for development. And I'm not sure how the title correlates because there wasn't a "last-ditch effort" theme and I didn't notice a wordplay on "fourth." The writing, as a whole, has a Young Adult feel... with Mature Adult Sex.

It's my first listen to Lynnae Stanwick and she pleasantly surprised me. There were technical glitches, though. Chopped endings. Repeats. Overlaps. That sort of stuff.


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- sheryl beauchemin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-24-2017
  • Publisher: Roxy Sinclaire