March 10, 2015

Review - All Lined Up by Cora Carmack


4 Bleed Rusk Red Stars


Dallas Cole grew up living, breathing, being all about football, but not by choice.

“In Texas, two things are cherished above all else—football and gossip. My life has always been ruled by both.”

Raised by a single dad, who also happens to be the football coach, she couldn’t be more over football. Dallas is a dancer, and she wants nothing more then to leave Texas and go somewhere with a real dance program. Her father insist she stay in Texas and attend Rusk University, where he just accepted the head football coach position for the college.

Carson McClain knows it won’t be easy, but he dedicated to succeeding in football. Raised on a ranch is family has struggled financially the last few years and he has a limited amount of time to prove himself. Going into Rusk his number one goal is to stay focused, the last thing he needs is a distraction.

Dallas is exactly that, a distraction, but after one meeting he can’t stop thinking about the smarty, witty, beautiful girl he met.


Dallas isn’t looking for a boyfriend, when she meets Carson but she finds it hard to resist him.


So while Dallas is deciding if Carson is worth taking a chance on, Carson is debating if he can even be friends with her given that she his biggest distraction. Once Dallas discovers Carson is the second string quarterback her decision is made - no more football players.

I love books set in college, add in a hot football player and I am sold. This is a fun read and is well written. I enjoyed the banter between Carson and Dallas, the sneaking around, and the angst. This story isn’t too steamy, but you really don’t miss it. This is by far my favorite Carmack book, and I can’t wait to read more about students at Rusk University.

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