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Rush by [Ross, Shae]
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Priscilla Winslow has a mouth that spits fiery sarcasm faster than I can throw a touchdown. But I’ve wanted her ever since I saw her in that Bo Peep outfit on Halloween. Yep, I’m a sheep who will follow that little hottie anywhere. There’s one problem…she hates me. Just because we ended up in jail and quite possibly ruined both our futures...

They’re changing the rules…

College Quarterback Preston Rush is living the dream. He’s leading his team to the National Championship and days away from earning a ‘first round draft pick’ label. When he meets Little Bo Peep at a Halloween party, he thinks he’s scored big. Instead, he wakes up in a jail cell with the corseted beauty. Because of him, she’s in trouble and when he discovers her true identity, he realizes, his nightmare is just beginning.

The always shooting-for-perfection Priscilla Winslow can’t believe her good deed has cost her a soccer career. Even though she knows it isn’t Preston’s fault, she can’t forgive him for the disaster that is her life. She just wishes her damn body would get the message. Every time she sees him, it’s all she can do not to kiss him.

When everything crashes down around him, Preston will have to decide if doing the right thing is worth losing it all.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1540 KB
  • Print Length: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (9 May 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,335 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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3.0 out of 5 stars 3 stars 23 December 2016
By Nmmomof4 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Overall Opinion: I think I was expecting more from this one tbh. It has been on my tbr list for a while, because those that follow me know that I love a college football story! I just never could pull the trigger with the higher price it was selling for. I got it now because it was on sale for $0.99 on Amazon, and I'm so happy that I didn't pay more for it! It very well could be a personal preference thing, but this was no more than "just ok" for me. The overall premise and the character's backgrounds/families were set up to be a great story, but unfortunately I felt like we just skimmed the surface of that potential. I also felt like while the H was awesome, he wasn't masculine enough for me at times. I was also left with quite a few unanswered questions at the end that bothered me. There were some laugh out loud moments and other enjoyable times though-- making this a 3 star read for me.

**See [...] for my full review with spoilers**

Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is Priscilla and Preston's story. They meet one night in a bar in costumes and end the night in jail together. They both are student athletes so this poses a big problem for them both, but after some strings being pulled Priscilla is the only one that has any real consequences. Preston finds out, and decides to help her. The more they spend time together, the more they start feeling strong feeling towards the other and they fall in love. There is some ex and team drama, a few sexy times, and some funny moments with a crazy family...but they do get a HFN ending.

POV: This alternated between Priscilla and Preston's POV.

Overall Pace of Story: Good. I never skimmed, and I thought it flowed well.

Instalove: No. They take a while to develop stronger feelings.

H rating: 4 stars. Preston. I liked him. He was loyal, sweet, and had a strong moral compass. I did feel like he was a little too feminine-like at times for my liking, but that wasn't always.

h rating: 3 stars. Priscilla. She was ok. I didn't hate her, and I didn't love her either.

Sadness level: Low, no tissues required.

Push/Pull: Yes

Heat level: Pretty low. They have more tension than anything. There is a few scenes that more happens, but I wouldn't necessarily say they were hot.

Descriptive sex: Yes

OW/OM drama: Yes

Sex scene with OW or OM: No

Cheating: No

Separation: Yes

Closure: This had a cute epilogue, but it only provided closure to one small part of the story. I thought we needed some more closure to cover all the rest of the unanswered questions. I would call this a HFN ending.

How I got it: I paid the $0.99 on Amazon for it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great story! 31 December 2016
By Carrie Marie - Published on
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Rush is a gem, an absolute gem. It's not your typical manwhoring, arrogant football star goes after the girl story. Preston & Priscilla are both star athletes, both at the top of their game. They're both smart, kind, generous people. Their story is full of real issues - but they handle them very well for the most part, relationship-wise, and otherwise. The sports (football, soccer, basketball) are all described in the type of detail that makes you feel like you're AT the games, rooting for your team. The story is also full of awesome banter (I love banter!) and moments that will definitely tug at the heartstrings.

I highly recommend this book for all, but fans of Tillie Cole's Sweet Home series will especially enjoy the sense of resonance and the cadence to this author's writing. VERY MUCH ENJOYED Preston & Priscilla!! : )
3.0 out of 5 stars The good and the bad 23 June 2016
By Forever Reading - Published on
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There were things I liked about this book, characters were well developed, writing was good, there were good social causes involved, shined a light on the difference between men and woman's sports in college and I loved her room mate Jace, she was hilarious! Their family interactions were great and when the girls soccer team stood up to idiot football players it was great. Thanksgiving at Priscilla's house was very entertaining as well.

Preston was a really good guy but I could totally understand why Priscilla was mad about how everything went down after they got arrested, at first. What I did not like was how she always assumed the worse because she assumed he was a privileged football player. She assumed the first time he did not show up at her hearing he was an ass, never giving him a chance to explain, she assumes the worse when she sees him with another girl, she won't trust him when he says he can't tell her what's going on to protect her, she hides the fact she got threatened by some football players, she runs out on him when a snotty girl does the "oh he didn't tell you, oh he always comes back to me...blah blah" why must they always fall for that? There is always a lot of apologizing as we wrap up, but why must it always go there? He is so gentle with her when they are intimate (which is not very often if you are looking for that), he is always protecting her, sweet to her, but not in an un macho way. Priscilla is not all bad, just immature and insecure at times.

I would not say don't read this book, there are a lot of redeeming qualities. I just have a pet peeve with what I listed above. It was not as bad as it is in some books but just enough to warrant three stars for me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars but I really liked this book 15 June 2016
By Ireadbooks - Published on
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I rarely write a review, but I really liked this book. I read sports romance often. What stood out to me on this one is the the hero is a genuinely good guy. Not a bad boy being reformed or player who changes his ways. He's good from the beginning. I also liked that the heroine is a strong athlete. I like that they draw on the similarities even though they both come from different backgrounds and history. Well done!
4.0 out of 5 stars Rush Rush Rush 18 February 2017
By dawntwounrulygirls - Published on
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I saw this book recommended in a book group I am a part of and trusting the girl that swore by it, I one clicked it quick style. I also happen to love me a college sports romance story, it's my jam yo! So I was excited to start this one.

Peep and Preston start with a bang, or a fire alarm and the clinker to be more accurate. One is part of the protected and coveted football team, while the other is a girl on the soccer team, that happens to be playing for the championship as well. One athlete is swooped up and saved while the other is placed before the sports committee and let's just say it doesn't go well. What I loved about Preston Rush was his complete loyalty to those he cares about. His complete protection of not only his blood family, but his teammates and friends as well. What Peep thought was a dbag demeanor was found to be a stand up, solid alibi that would put everything he had worked for on the line in order to help her get what she lost due to helping him.

Loved Rush, like Peep and enjoyed their relationship altogether.

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