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    Tucker is a perfect 10

    There could not possibly be a better man than Tucker. He’s my best-loved guy from the series for sure, and he jumped near the top of my favorite book boyfriends ever list. Just wow! I need this man in my life for real. Sabrina takes a little more work to like. She comes off wrong sometimes, but I admired her drive. I also think she endured Tucker’s mom way better than I would have. No wonder Tucker knew just how to handle Sabrina dealing with a mom like that! The story starts out sexy, fun and mostly shallow, but it soon brings on loads of feels and deepness. I was definitely rooting for Sabrina and Tucker to make it. Both go through quite a journey to reach their goals. I really liked and definitely recommend it.
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    Goal is love

    This is book # 4 in the Off-Campus series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. The characters and situations will make more sense to the reader, however, if you read them in order. Plus, it is a seriously phenomenal series! Sabrina has a hot past with Tucker. Even if it is a short one. One that he does not want to let go. If Sabrina could just work him into her schedule... Tucker has always been his own man. Even when a close friend says stay away from Sabrina, he chooses for himself. He knows her better than they do. Now, if he can just convince her to make a future with him. This great series continues as we find out why the last book left us in a cliffhanger. I won't spoil it for you, but I will say hurry to get your copy! Such a great couple, these characters have heat and tenderness almost from the start.
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    My favorite of the Off-Campus series!

    This is the fourth book in this series and I have read them all and this by far is my favorite. I love Tucker and Sabrina! There is so much more to the characters then what we had glimpsed in previous books. This book is part of a series, but can be read as a stand-alone without missing anything. I don’t want to tell you anything but what is in the synopsis because you need to experience this for yourself! It was a sweet, frustrating and EXTREMELY SEXY read! I really enjoyed it! John Tucker is an amazing, loving and very patient man! Sabrina is fierce, intelligent, independent and her story will break your heart! The characters from the previous books make their appearances and it’s fun to see how everything is working out with the guys. I really hope there is going to be a book about Fritz and Summer! If you love new adult hockey romances, then you are going to love The Goal!
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    LOVE! LOVE!

    Love! Love! Love! I love anything by Elle Kennedy and this one is one of my favorites in the Off-Campus Series. I'm not sure which guy I love more. I can't pick just one. It would feel like I was cheating or something. But Tucker is up there. I don't want the Off-Campus Series to end, but I'm glad we're getting a spin off. Keep up the amazing work, Elle
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    It is always the quiet ones!!!

    held off reading this book, not because I didn't want the series to end, but because I didn't want to go through [ Beau's death (hide spoiler)] again. It gutted me in Dean's book and I knew it had to be part of this book. It wasn't as nearly as bad, though it did hit me hard, but that is a true test of an amazing story, the characters are real to you So, that aside, Tucker has been the quietest of all the Briar boys. Dean has been everywhere, and Garrett and Logan are the stars, but Tucker has always been there, just not much about him. Sabrina has been the same, weaved into the stories, but not a lot of details, just surface Of course, they both came front and centre at the end of Dean's book, so the anticipation of what went on has been building. Boy, was it worth it as this was crazy sweet and sexy. These are two people who know what they want and are extremely goal driven, hence the title of the book. They are confident in their sexuality and utterly explosive together because of it. There is always a lot of emotion here as well. Both Tucker and Sabrina haven't had it easy, and Sabrina is still struggling to move forward. Tucker has his feet underneath him, but his mother is a bitch. Seriously, I can't forgive her or explain her behaviour, she is just awful and self-serving and self-centred. Poor Sabrina having to put up with her, I understand her trepidation at the end of the book Luckily, our story is centred on Tucker and Sabrina, and they broke my heart as much as they made me smile. They are both so worried about everyone else that they neglect themselves on a regular basis. They have amazing support networks, but Tucker has to deny his while Sabrina refuses to use hers By the end, and it does take the whole book to get there, they are finally completely open and honest with each other. They have their lives moving forward together, and all four boys are where they intended to be in life, and they are still clearly part of each others life. At the end, I wasn't sad that the story was over, just settled that everything had worked out!
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