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The Last First Game: A College Romance (The College Pact Series) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Los Angeles-based actor Stephanie Wyles has been narrating erotica for the last four years. She has recorded erotica in many uncomfortable places, including an apartment full of eavesdropping roommates and her grandmother's house.
Chris Chambers provides a deep and sexy voice for all of the adult titles that he narrates. With a truly engaging voice, Chris will have you hooked from the beginning of the book to the closing credits.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07SJS7388
- Publisher : Gina Azzi; 2 edition (2 June 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 1869 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 274 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1733164200
- Best Sellers Rank: 186,229 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top review from Australia
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I love the premise of this series. Four best girlfriends making a pact to live their senior year to its greatest potential.
This is book one and features Lila and Cade. I thought the way they met was unique - well to me anyway. Their relationship went from zero to one hundred in a matter of a couple of weeks. Not long after they decide to be together, tragedy strikes Cade.
Well this was basically when I started to ugly cry. And I pretty much kept going until the end of the book.
Now I am a believer that bad things happen to good people because in the end it makes them even better by the time everything is resolved. I found this was the case for both Cade & Lila.
This is the first book and if the subsequent books are as good as this one I will be a very happy reader.
Top reviews from other countries
Cade’s life appears to be golden as he is a star player on the football team and is destined for the NFL. From the moment that he meets Lila he knows that she is special and their romance begins. When Cade suffers a career ending injury that becomes a minor problem when they realize what they must face next. Their love will be tested but will it bring them closer together or tear them apart?
This is my first story by this author but I would definitely read her other books. This story take you on a emotional journey with all the feels and is a lesson about living each day to the fullest.
Main character Lila is starting her internship at Astor University in California during first semester of senior year, while best friends Mia, Maura, and Emma are all going their own ways as well during that semester. The way that they still stayed close through phone and video chats, as well as through their caring natures for each of the other girls was refreshing and sweet, with no one girl making her personal or professional life seem any more or less important than those of her friends.
When Lila meets Cade in the airport as she treks across the country to start her medical internship, which she may or may not still be excited about (if she ever was), she is almost immediately swept up in the excitement and uncertainty that comes with a new relationship. They hit it off quickly, and before Lila knows it, Cade is calling her his girlfriend. The two soon throw themselves headfirst into a steamy romance.
Trouble begins to brew, however, when Cade, one of the top NFL picks for next season, has an accident during one of his games, throwing his future into a whirlwind of loss, confusion, and unrest. As the novel progresses, Lila's and Cade's friends, both at Astor and elsewhere, have a chance to show their true colors, their parents have a chance to be there for them, make up for past wrongs (or continue to do things right), and relationships stumble, grow, and get tested by issues that arise and become stirred further by the campus gossip mill.
The truthful, realistic scenarios that Lila and Cade endure throughout the story are sincere and well-written. I love being able to see the characters in my mind's eye and hear them speak through their words. The dialogue and writing were relatable for anyone who has ever been in college, in a relationship, or who has been missing friends. The symbolism of the title was also apparent to me as I read the book, not only in that Cade played his last first game of his college football career, but also in that everyone does their last first something at times. Thinking about this makes the reality of senior year and embarking on the rest of one's life seem all that much more pivotal.
Vacillating between the different viewpoints of Lila and Cade, and hearing about their friends, near and far, helped keep the story moving, and helped keep me invested in the outcome for each and every one of the characters. Besides a few spelling and grammatical issues here and there, the novel did a wonderful job of taking readers through a semester in the lives of two college seniors who make it extremely evident that four months is more than enough time to make a lifetime of changes – sometimes in not-so-good ways, but mostly for the better.
Beth Rodgers, Author of 'Freshman Fourteen,' A Young Adult Novel