Get ready for another binge-worthy romance from New York Times and international bestselling author Elle Kennedy!
She's good at achieving her goals…
College senior Sabrina James has her whole future planned out: graduate from college, kick butt in law school, and land a high-paying job at a cutthroat firm. Her path to escaping her shameful past certainly doesn't include a gorgeous hockey player who believes in love at first sight. One night of sizzling heat and surprising tenderness is all she's willing to give John Tucker, but sometimes, one night is all it takes for your entire life to change.
But the game just got a whole lot more complicated
Tucker believes being a team player is as important as being the star. On the ice, he's fine staying out of the spotlight, but when it comes to becoming a daddy at the age of twenty-two, he refuses to be a bench warmer. It doesn't hurt that the soon-to-be mother of his child is beautiful, whip-smart, and keeps him on his toes. The problem is, Sabrina's heart is locked up tight, and the fiery brunette is too stubborn to accept his help. If he wants a life with the woman of his dreams, he'll have to convince her that some goals can only be made with an assist.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Two driven, successful college seniors are thrown together—and for a loop—in Elle Kennedy's fourth Off Campus novel. Overachiever Sabrina James has finally escaped her dysfunctional family and been accepted to Harvard Law School, so she has no intention of letting entitled hockey player John Tucker ruin her plans. Unfortunately, one very sexy night could jeopardize both their futures. Steamy and smart, The Goal is a realistic look at the struggles of starting out in life.
Just finished The Score! I am beyond excited for the 4th!!! Waiting a whole year is going to be a struggle!!!
Not my fave in the series
I got bored with this book because Sabrina’s commitment issues just went on forever. The book goes on and on. And that I hated Tucker’s mom as much as I hated Ray is probably not what the author intended, but she is not at all sympathetic. I do absolutely love Tucker, and I loved Sabrina until about 2/3 of the way through the book because she just wasn’t good to this amazing guy.
This book was horrible and should have never been written. Tuck is a loser. They had no chemistry. Just no.