In the third book in New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cora Carmack's Rusk University series, a good girl is about to find out what happens when she creates the ultimate college bucket list, and she sets her sights on a jock.
Antonella "Nell" De Luca is the first in her family to go to college, and on a full ride, too. She's spent three years studying nonstop to make the most of this chance. Now in her senior year at Rusk University, Nell realizes she's seriously lacking a social life. So with the help of her friend, Dylan, she creates The Ultimate College Bucket List, and the first item on her list is to hook up with a jock!
Wide receiver Mateo Torres likes to party when he's not on the field. Because as long as things don't get too serious, he can avoid thinking about the ex he lost.
Hooking up with Dylan's friend, Nell, is the last thing he should do. She's too much like the girl he spends all his time trying to forget. But when he gets a taste of Nell, he's reluctant to give her up. Being around her almost feels like he's getting a do-over. And he's the perfect person to help Nell drop her inhibitions and complete her bucket list.
But as the list draws to a close, they'll both have to decide if what they have is real or all played out.
©2015 Cora Carmack (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
The guy narrator was outstanding! The girl sadly didn't really do it for me. Story was great though not my favorite in the Rusk University series. Mateo Torres though is my fave of the guys
I loved how Tores was an animated and opinionated H, and how Nell was a geek, but she was an actual geek, she knew her stuff! and gave as good as she got which makes for an interesting h.
Just the funny sling backs or insults and come on's by Tores
Bernardo made the book! his narration made me fall in love, the voice, and the way he really got into the part gave me chills (of the good kind)
yes i listened it to in one sitting just to hear the way the narrators really delivered the story! i don't know if i would have enjoyed reading this book because there is no way my mind would have played out the characters voices as well as the narrators did.
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