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by Cora Carmack
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Bookish Things & More
Bookish Things & More rated it 4 years ago
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreReviewOh Dallas and Carson... You completely stole my heart.  Seriously! I love everything about this book.  It's sweet, fun, and a bit dramatic at times.  It's everything you need for a fast summer read.Dallas doesn't have much luck when it ...
TheBookDisciple
TheBookDisciple rated it 5 years ago
Like all of her books, this was great! But, it was over too soon! I couldn't believe I was at the Epilogue already. If you liked her other books, you like this one too. And if you haven't read her other ones, go read them as well!
Bibliofiend's Bookbag
Bibliofiend's Bookbag rated it 5 years ago
Really enjoyed this new adult first in series.
Musings of the Book-a-holic Fairies, inc. -> RockChickFairy
Great first book in series! I love how incredibly sweet and funny this book is. The author sure is really good at making great banters between characters. It's just awesome. The plot is pretty straightforward. The daughter of the coach falls for one of the players. OFF LIMITS. This book is all about...
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo
Closet Geeks and Slow Mo rated it 5 years ago
“I can’t walk away from you because I don’t want to. There are a thousand things I want and need to do, but you trump all of them. You drive me to distraction, and all I want to do is get lost in you . All I want to do is make you lose it, too. “ It took me long enough to read this! Well, actuall...
Aya M. Productions
Aya M. Productions rated it 5 years ago
Cora Carmack has a way with New Adult books, and All Lined Up is a perfect example. All Lined Up wasn’t sexed up YA, which New Adult often gets a bad rep for. Instead it featured two strong main characters trying to achieve their dreams. Dallas was trying to overcome the obstacle of her over protec...
stiesbooks
stiesbooks rated it 5 years ago
This is a latest book by Cora Carmack and just like the others it is charming, sweet and has just the right amount of humor. Dallas is a freshman in college, where her protective father is the new football coach, Carson is a transfer student hoping to get a spot on the team and a scholarship so he c...
Nestled in a Book
Nestled in a Book rated it 5 years ago
Review coming May 14th as part of my blog tour stop!Connect with Nestled in a BookBlog | Facebook | Twitter
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