What started out as a joke - seduce Coach Wilder - soon became a goal she had to score.
With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing 19-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He's a professional soccer player, America's favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper. A face that makes girls weep - check. Abs that can shred Parmesan cheese (the expensive kind) - check. Enough confidence to shift the earth's gravitational pull - double check. Not to mention Liam is strictly off limits. Forbidden. Her coaches have made that perfectly clear. (i.e. "Score with Coach Wilder anywhere other than the field and you'll be cut from the team faster than you can count his tattoos.")
But that just makes him all the more enticing... Besides, Kinsley's already counted the visible ones, and she is not one to leave a project unfinished. Kinsley tries to play the game her way as they navigate through forbidden territory, but Liam is determined to teach her a whole new definition for the term "team bonding".
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By URSULA G on 21-02-17
Soccer Is Really That Important To You?
I just couldn't finish this book. I've read at least three other books by this author that I enjoyed but this story had too many strikes against it. The narrator'w voice was annoying and very difficult to listen to seriously. Then the characters were just too unbelievable saying that soccer is the most important thing and jeopardizing it at every chance. The behavior was just to juvenile and cavalier for someone who had a lot on the line. Maybe I'm just too old to appreciate the wrecklessness of young love but these two got on my nerves.
Don't waste a credit.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Michele on 22-06-15
Great Book, terrible audio book
Would you try another book from R.S. Grey and/or Jessica Almasy?
yes, the author's writing was great. Loved the book and characters.
The narration was terrible, I honestly couldn't get past the first 10 minutes. The narrator has a high pitch voice, not great for this type of book
How could the performance have been better?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Scoring Wilder?
none, thought the book was well written
3 of 3 people found this review helpful