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Jock Row

By: Sara Ney
Narrated by: Ava Erickson, Josh Goodman
Series: Jock Hard, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (481 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Scarlett is always the sensible one: The sober driver. The planner. The one holding your hair back while you're worshiping the porcelain gods.   

Week-after-week, she visits Jock Row with her friends - the university's hottest party scene and a breeding ground for student athletes. And if keeping her friends out of trouble and guys out of their pants was a sport, she'd be the star athlete. Being a well known jock-blocker gets her noticed for all the wrong reasons; just like that, she's banned from Jock Row. No guy wants a girl around who keeps their jock friends from getting laid.  

"Rowdy" Wade is the hot shot shortstop for the university's baseball team - and the unlucky bastard who drew the short straw: keep little Miss Goody Two-Shoes out of the baseball house. But week-after-week Scarlett returns, determined to get inside.

©2018 Sara Ney (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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The Very Best Yet!

If you are a fan of the Douchebag series, then you’ll love this book too. It was a delicious slow burn romance with a ton of flirting and swoony moments. The way this couple get to know each other is adorable. And when they finally got together, sizzle! This book brought me out of a reading funk with its sweet courtship, funny lines and wooing. Sterling and Scarlett are one couple I would like to read more about. I devoured this book in hours I loved it so much.

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Beautifully written and addictive

Scarlet shows up to a house party frumpy and not willing to put up with the load of BS being thrown in her friends direction. Since her sass is throwing the guy off his game, the next thing she knows she's being thrown out of the party by the team captain, Rowdy Wade.

But when he refuses to let her reenter the party, she puts up a fight like he's never seen before. The most shocking thing that comes out of it, is that she comes back. What starts out as a diversion tactic, turns in to much more.

I completely fell in love with these characters. I never wanted this book to end and seriously hope there will be more to this series in the near future.

Ava Erickson and Josh Goodman only add to Sara Ney's brilliance in Jock Row, the first book in the Jock Hard Series. This trifecta are nothing but perfection.

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A MUST for all who need a little 💞 & 🌈🌠❗

I adore this author! Whenever I look at the 'New York Times" Top Selling Novel's or what books win the awards yearly I find myself so perplexed with what our society values as a whole as it reflects this in ways as to what we feel worthy of being 'award-winning ' and what we feel is of only. I must lead by stating that those said Novel's are amazing, all of which have mastered the Arts in order to receive such notoriety. Yet the ONE thing that I have yet to notice that I feel every reader out there could benefit from & enjoy is exactly what THIS AUTHOR GIVES ME EACH AND EVERY TIME I READ/LISTEN TO ONE OF HERE AUDIBLES!!!

THIS: a well written story of fictional characters that are easily relatable AND ⭐as you read/ listen you actually LAUGH OUT LOUD and...drum roll p!ease... when you are done with the story you FEEL HAPPY!!!

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Too much unnecessary bad language

I’m a HUGE fan of this author...and I don’t normally verbally review...but I’m a little annoyed with her overuse of GD & JC...Come on...the characters aren’t even mad & it’s a “GD sandwich”? No need. One other slight issue with this book...was that the scene never seemed to change... it was boring...but that’s just my opinion. I have the attention span of a small child. On a nicer note...this author has several books on my personal TOP 10 FAV’s list & I am soo glad she’s a writer!! XO

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Sara Ney is the Master

I have heard NO ONE better at creating an HIGHLY entertaining repartee between H and h than Sara Ney. This story kept my attention the entire time and chuckling throughout. Sara is now one of my favorite authors. The narration was great, especially by the female narrator of both the male and female parts. WELL worth your time.

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  • Darlene
  • TX, United States
  • 06-10-19

Cute!

Cute little story and unique meet cute! I look forward to the next book in the series.

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College romance totally sweet

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves romance. I totally enjoyed it and it brought me back to my own days in college. I have enjoyed both Jock Row Books but this one is clearly my favorite. I like the sizzle and simmer of the romance and like I said it reminded me of college and that was more than 30 years ago.

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Ok

Another one where it is difficult, at best, to tell the difference between thoughts and dialogue. It does go on a bit long.

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Just so refreshingly different

Love this story. Refreshingly romantic with out the major drama. Friendship first is the keystone to a long lasting passionate relationship. I just speak from experience after 35 years of sharing are wants, needs etc.

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Cute

This is a good writer who knows how to pick narrators. Although the story was cute in lacked bite, other than the fact that Scarlett was a virgin and Rowdy’s friends didn’t like her. It was a cute anecdote that Ney turned into a story. A lot of her books are like that. They are fun, sweet HEA with not a lot of conflict, but they are well written and made to let you relax. That being said I thought this book went on a bit long for what it is.

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  • 11-04-18

Boring, and young

This book is written like a coming of age high school romance, so it’s misplaced being a college romance. There are sex scenes so I suppose that’s why it has been pitched as college instead. The heroine was more like a 16 year old than the 21 year old she was supposed to be, in emotional, life experience and generally maturity - not just relationship experience.

The pace was off and was really slow at times, with random excessive details in some scenes which made it drag. The romance is sweet, if a little dull. Nice enough, but there’s no way I needed a window into their world as the main characters aren’t interesting enough. By the end the heroine seems annoyingly smug too.

Loads of inconsistencies with things being said, then it being discussed later like it’s the first time it has been mentioned.

Narration was good and probably made the story better than it really was.

Overall, I was just bored.

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  • Lara
  • 10-28-18

Not much happened

Cute college story. Started with a nice meeting and kept waiting for something to happen - but of drama but didn’t eventuate. Good narration. Thought it would be more of a sports story but there wasn’t any unfortunately.