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Release Week Blitz: All Played Out di Cora Carmack

Creato il 12 maggio 2015 da Susi
Release Week Blitz   Release Week Blitz: All Played Out di Cora Carmack   All Played Out di Cora Carmack   We are absolutely thrilled to bring you the Release Week Blitz for Cora Carmack's ALL PLAYED OUT! ALL PLAYED OUT is a New Adult Contemporary Romance and is the 3rd book in the Rusk University Series, published by William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins.    
Release Week Blitz: All Played Out di Cora Carmack  
Amaz on ** Bar nes & Noble ** iBooks   First person in her family to go to college? CHECK. Straight A’s? CHECK. On track to graduate early? CHECK. Social life? …..yeah, about that…. With just a few weeks until she graduates, Antonella DeLuca’s beginning to worry that maybe she hasn’t had the full college experience. (Okay... Scratch that. She knows she hasn't had the full college experience). So Nell does what a smart, dedicated girl like herself does best. She makes a "to do" list of normal college activities. Item #1? Hook up with a jock. Rusk University wide receiver Mateo Torres practically wrote the playbook for normal college living. When he’s not on the field, he excels at partying, girls, and more partying. As long as he keeps things light and easy, it's impossible to get hurt... again. But something about the quiet, shy, sexy-as-hell Nell gets under his skin, and when he learns about her list, he makes it his mission to help her complete it. Torres is the definition of confident (And sexy. And wild), and he opens up a side of Nell that she's never known. But as they begin to check off each crazy, exciting, normal item, Nell finds that her frivolous list leads to something more serious than she bargained for. And while Torres is used to taking risks on the field, he has to decide if he's willing to take the chance when it's more than just a game. Together they will have to decide if what they have is just part of the experiment or a chance at something real.  
Prima persona della sua famiglia ad andare all'università? Sì.
Tutte A? Sì.
Sulla strada per laurearsi in anticipo? Sì.
Vita sociale? … già, al riguardo...
Con solo alcune settimane prima di laurearsi Antonella DeLuca incomincia a preoccuparsi di non aver vissuto l'intera esperienza universitaria. (ok... lascia stare. Lei sa di non aver vissuto l'esperienza universitaria).
Per questo Nell fa quello che una ragazza intelligente, dedita come lei sa fare meglio. Compila una lista di attività normali del college.
Prima attività? Spassarsela con un atleta.
Il ricevitore della Rusk University Mateo Torres ha in poche parole scritto i programma della vita all'università. Quando non è sul campo eccelle nel divertirsi, con le ragazze, e a divertirsi ancora di più. Fin quando riesce a mantenere le cose leggere e facili, è impossibile rimanere feriti... ancora. Ma qualcosa della taciturna Nell, timida e sexy da morire lo incuriosisce, e quando scopre della sua lista fa della sua missione aiutarla a completarla.
Torres è la definizione di confidente (e sexy e disinibito) e la aiuta ad aprire un lato di lei che non sapeva di avere. Ma quando iniziano a completare ogni pazza, eccitante e normale attività Nell scopre che la sua frivola lista la porta verso qualcosa di molto più serio di quanto aveva programmato. E mentre Torres è abituato a rischiare sul campo ha deciso che è pronto a cogliere l'opportunità quando è molto più di solo un gioco.
Insieme devono decidere se quello che provano è solo una parte dell'esperimento o l'inizio di qualcosa di reale.
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Dallas and Dylan toss the disk back and forth a few times, and I groan when Carson and Silas make no effort to intercept or knock down the pass. I’m pretty sure it’s a distraction, so I stick tight to Brookes, and I notice Ryan edging closer to me, too. He must have the same idea. Next thing I know, Dallas has sent the disk soaring over our heads, and when I look, Nell is standing alone, completely unguarded in the end zone. She’s holding her hands out and staring at the disk like it’s a missile instead of a piece of plastic. I take off toward her in case she misses it. I want to grab the disk and get it back into play as soon as I can. As I sprint, the disk slips right through her grasping fingers and nails her in the chest. She gasps; no doubt the air was knocked out of her. The disk ricochets, and if I dive I might can manage to catch it, but I can’t quite drag my eyes away from her chest. Her tits are practically spilling out of the top of the tiny tank she’s wearing. I’d had a front-row seat earlier with my arm around her. Now she’s clutching at herself in pain, but all I can see are her smooth, delicate arms pressed against the curve of her breasts, pushing them even higher. I should look away before something very unfortunate occurs in my baggy gym shorts, but now I’m picturing that shy girl loosening up beneath me. It’s too easy to take those wide eyes she gave me when I draped my arm around her and imagine them in the low light of my room, her head on my pillow and her legs spread wide. She makes a soft whimpering noise, and now the rest of my senses join the fantasy, and I think of how she would feel, taste, sound. I wonder just how low I could get her inhibitions. Enough to say my name? To scream it? “Damn,” I groan, and try to clear my head. “You all right?” She looks up at me, still clutching at her chest, and pink spreads over her cheeks. She doesn’t say anything. “Okay,” I say. “There is honestly no way to ask this without sounding like a pig, so I’m not even gonna try. And really, in these situations, I find you might as well go balls to the wall and throw it all out there. So … at the risk of getting slapped, how are your tits?” I think about offering to check them out for her, but I figure that’s probably taking it a step too far. Her mouth presses into a firm straight line. “It wasn’t my ...” She trails off. “Tits,” I finish for her. “You have them. You can say the word.” “It hit me in the collarbone, not the breasts.” Breasts. I raise an eyebrow, and she rolls her eyes. I take a step forward and say, “Let me see.” “Absolutely not.” I take another step, until my shadow falls over her, and take hold of one wrist. “As you pointed out, you weren’t hit in thebreasts. Just let me have a look. With the right strength and good wind, a disk can go as fast as twenty miles per hour. I’ve seen them break fingers and noses.” “Dude, Torres!” Silas shouts behind me. “What are you waiting for? Grab the disk and let’s go!” Hesitating, I ask, “You wanna take a break? Catch your breath and let me see it?” She shakes her head stubbornly. “I don’t want the game to stop because of me.” I turn around and shout back to Silas, “Nell and I are taking a break. You guys keep playing with eight.” Taking her elbow, I pull her off the field toward the picnic tables. She protests, but only mildly, and she still has one hand pressed just above her cleavage. And looking down at her, I can see moisture clinging to long lashes at the corner of her eye. I sit her down so that her back is to the field, and go down on one knee in front of her. She’s so small that it puts us eye level, and I say softly, “Move your hand.” “It’s fine,” she says. “Just give me a couple seconds, and I’ll be fine.” You don’t grow up with five sisters without learning that sometimes with women, words are pointless. I reach out and move her hand myself, pulling it away from her chest. The skin just below her collarbone is an angry red, and the disk scraped through a couple layers of skin. Not enough to bleed, but I bet it hurts. “Tell me how it feels. Still a sharp pain? Or more of an ache?” Her eyebrows slant over her pretty brown eyes. “The pain was sharp and steady for approximately thirty seconds, but now it kind of stings.” “Like a slap,” I say. She gives a short laugh, her shoulders bouncing once before she stills in what I’m guessing is pain. “I can’t say I know what that feels like. Though I’m not surprised it’s a sensation you’re familiar with.” I shrug. “I don’t believe in censoring my thoughts. Some people just aren’t as fond of freedom of speech as I am.” She shakes her head, and I think she’s trying not to smile. I reach up my left hand and as lightly as possible run my thumb over the red mark. She sucks in a breath and I ask, “Hurts to the touch?” “Um.” She swallows and blinks a few times. “Does it hurt a lot?” I brush my thumb over her skin again, even lighter this time, wondering if the Frisbee could have hit hard enough to crack something. There’s already a purpling around the center that tells me it’s going to bruise pretty good. She swallows, and my eyes are drawn to the graceful slope of her neck, up to a small chin and full lips. And it hits me then … why this girl caught my eye from the moment she walked toward our group, why I can’t drag my eyes or my hand away from her now. She reminds me of Lina. And the memory of the only girl I’ve ever loved packs a punch so hard that it’s my turn to raise a hand to my chest to soothe an all-too-familiar ache.  
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