In Texas, two things are cherished above all else—football and gossip. My life has always been ruled by both.
Dallas Cole loathes football. That’s what happens when you spend your whole childhood coming in second to a sport. College is her time to step out of the
But life doesn’t always go as planned. As if going to the same college as her football star
Carson McClain is determined to go from second-string quarterback to the starting line-up. He needs the scholarship and the future that football provides. But when a beautiful redhead literally falls into his life, his focus is more than tested. It’s obliterated.
Dallas doesn’t know Carson is on the team. Carson doesn’t know that Dallas is his new coach’s daughter.
And neither of them know how to walk away from the attraction they feel.
Cora Carmack’s All Lined Up is the beginning of the Rusk University novels and the first book outside the Losing It series.
Dallas Cole is sick of football. Carson McClain is aiming to be the starting quarterback of the Rusk University football team. When the two meet at a college party, neither
Written in dual first person point of view (Dallas and Carson’s), the reader is given the full-treatment by being privy to both sides of the complicated relationship. I’m always a fan of dual POV
I’m not a football fan, but even though the story’s main conflict revolves around the sport, Carmack doesn’t let it take over the plot. Her complex, well-developed cast of characters kept me fully engaged in this novel.
Cora Carmack’s tagline is “New Adult Romance with a Side of Awkward Goodness,” which aptly describes her Losing It series and even her new Rusk University series (judging from this book). One of the things I love about her books is that the characters don’t have everything all worked out. And while they may think it’s a weakness, they also own their quirks, making the reading experience even more enjoyable