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New York Times best seller Elle Kennedy brings you a sexy new Off-Campus novel that can be enjoyed as a stand-alone.

She's good at achieving her goals....

College senior Sabrina James has her whole future planned out: graduate from college, kick butt in law school, and land a high-paying job at a cutthroat firm. Her path to escaping her shameful past certainly doesn't include a gorgeous hockey player who believes in love at first sight. One night of sizzling heat and surprising tenderness is all she's willing to give John Tucker, but sometimes one night is all it takes for your entire life to change.

But the game just got a whole lot more complicated.

Tucker believes being a team player is as important as being the star. On the ice he's fine staying out of the spotlight, but when it comes to becoming a daddy at the age of 22, he refuses to be a bench warmer. It doesn't hurt that the soon-to-be mother of his child is beautiful, whip-smart, and keeps him on his toes. The problem is Sabrina's heart is locked up tight, and the fiery brunette is too stubborn to accept his help. If he wants a life with the woman of his dreams, he'll have to convince her that some goals can be made only with an assist.

Cover design copyright Morten Gorm / Flamingo Books.

©2016 Elle Kennedy (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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LOVE THE WHOLE SERIES

Good story. with likeable, funny characters. I love the whole series. (including Briar U) I think this series may have ruined other young adult books for me. Good choice for narrators, I recommend for anyone that enjoys these types of books.

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Best of the series!

LOVE!!! This one has it all!

The narration of book 4 is on point, and Tuck is by far the sweetest and most swoon-worthy male protagonist in the series.

It’s too bad I listened to The Goal first, as it left me more than a little disappointed with the female narration in the first two books of the series.

This is a must read for hockey romance fans!

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  • ❤️🎧Cyndi Marie🎧❤️Audiobook Addicts❤️🎧
  • 2019-01-31

✫✫ 4 Stars ✫✫

I loved this book. A favorite thing for me is a guy who is happy to become a dad and he's so sweet about the pregnancy and the baby and Tucker was 100% that!!!!! I wish they hasn't waited so long to trust each other with their feeling but their story was sweet and sexy! I'm sad this series is over.

The narration was great, they are both awesome narrators so it wasn't a surprise that they brought these characters to life so perfectly.

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  • Book Bruin
  • 2018-07-10

I'm Still Swooning for Tucker

Of the 4 Off Campus books, this one seems to be the most polarizing. I almost never see anyone giving The Goal or Tucker any love, so I honestly didn't go into this one with very high hopes. Plus, I wasn't sure how to feel after learning the major plot point of Tucker's story at the end of The Score. Well folks, I completely loved Tucker's story! I've always been firmly #TeamGarrett, but Tucker REALLY gave Garrett a run for his money! Though the book can be read/listened to as a stand alone, it's best enjoyed in order since previous characters do appear.

Tucker was pretty much the perfect book boyfriend. Sweet, loyal, smart, honest, considerate, loving, and an all around good guy. Throw in handsome, sexy, and an alpha personality in the bedroom and holy smokes! There really was so much to love about him and though some will no doubt knock him for being whipped or head over heels for Sabrina, I found all the things he did and said really endearing. I both listened to and read this one and can I just say that Andrew Eiden was absolutely PERFECT as Tucker!? He had just the right amount of sweetness and sexy and don't even get me started on the southern drawl. *swoon*

I really felt like Sabrina got a raw deal in how people perceived her. Just because someone is driven, keeps to themselves, and is not overly affectionate/expressive, doesn't mean they're aloof or a cold hearted b*tch. Her whole life she had to fight and claw her way out on her own, doing whatever she needed to so that she could achieve her goals. I respected the heck out of her. Did she make some mistakes along the way? Yes, but who doesn't? I thought Elle Kennedy did a great job too, with her honest and real portrayal of the major decision Sabrina and Tucker faced. I personally liked Sabrina a lot and though her and Tucker seemed so different in the beginning, by the end, I could see how they actually were really wonderful together.

The epilogue was the perfect way to bring this series to a close and I loved how it brought the books full circle. It was so clever of Elle Kennedy to write the books so that they would overlap at certain times in the timeline. It was awesome to see some scenes from an alternate POV and see how that character experienced and perceived those same events. I always love all the cameos from our previous characters as well. Off Campus is truly a wonderful NA series, and I'm so glad that a spin off series is already in the works and coming soon!

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  • Ndulgent Reader
  • 2017-03-10

Reached The Goal

If this is truly the final book in the series, it reached -and exceeded- my goal. Readers who have loved this series must read The Goal to hear the story of Tucker and Sabrina... and to get the beloved epilogue and see how the couples have moved on in life together.

This installment of Kennedy’s Off Campus series was flirtatious, funny, charming, sexy with just a bit of angst. Though more serious than the first three books, Tucker's laidback persona sets the tone for the book. While Sabrina is struggling through her personal life, Tucker is the stabilizer. The push and pull of thier relationship, that first starts with a simple hook up, is the premise so readers get a lot of back and forth with their commitment levels along with some internal dialogue. But this is done so well, details that might normally bother me were blended seamlessly. As always, Kennedy constructed a well written story with a steady pace and moving story line.

The narration is spot on, and adds to the flavor of the story. Eiden nails Tuck's accent and Jones brought across Sabrina's attitude, frustration and confusion so well, readers can relate to her. This narration duo paired with Kennedy was perfection.

NOTE: this book occurs during the same time as book three, The Score, so there are some previously seen scenes now from a new perspective.

I review for the Guilty Indulgence Review Site.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-07-19

Real love waits

I was a little nervous but since it was the last book of the series I decided to buy it. I'm glad I didn't wait to get my free credit and bought it. I loved!!! Tucker!!! the story was really good and how he was always there patiently waiting for Sabrina to trust him and let go of her guard and learn to love.

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  • venicelivin
  • 2020-05-23

So Whiney

I really wanted to love this book, but it dragged. The last third could have been a chapter tops. The female narrator whined incessantly, which made Sabrina’s character even more annoying than she was written. The male narrator did a huge disservice to Tucker by not performing him with a Southern accent. That was the greatest travesty of this audiobook, because in the previous book, he performed him with an accent, but not this one. Why hire a narrator to perform a character sans accent - whose accent is repeatedly mentioned?

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  • Mel @thevocalromancer
  • 2019-10-03

really enjoyed it!

I grabbed this book and another by Elle Kennedy on sale with a 1.99 audio upgrade and I really loved it! I loved that it was a bit longer than the romances I usually listen to and it took me a few more days to finish, so I really connected with the characters and found myself really rooting for them to have their HEA. Sabrina was stubborn and felt she was undeserving of happiness but she eventually figured it all out. Tucker was quite swoon-worthy and just a solid rock through all their ups and downs.

I really enjoyed the narration. Andrew Eiden is a new favorite of mine, and he was wonderful. Susannah Jones did a fabulous job as Sabrina. I do wish Andrew would have done more of a southern drawl for Tucker, as I felt Susannah did a better job including the drawl in Tucker's speech than Andrew did(southern accent was almost non-existent) But overall, this was so well done and I'll definitely look for them again as narrators.

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  • SophieGutierrez
  • 2021-07-25

The Goal

I loved all the books in this series each one unique in its characters. The narrators couldn’t have been better! Kudos to Elle Kennedy

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-07-24

Weak end to the series

*Spoilers*

I really enjoyed the first three books, especially the stories of Garrett and Dean. This book however, was incredibly frustrating and it gave me anxiety to watch Sabrina continually sabotage her "relationship" with Tucker. Her stubbornness and insistence that she can do everything on her own just got really old.

I love a strong female character who wants to prove herself, and I appreciate character development and flawed heroines. But it was just too much. Tucker was kind and sweet and incredibly patient, and I see where the author was going with the story arch between the two, but instead of feeling sympathy toward Sabrina I just started getting sick of how withdrawn and stubborn she was. Unlike the other girls in the previous books, Sabrina's story didn't grab me.

Actually, the entire book had me wondering when I was going to start liking it. Too much frustrating nonsense without the chemistry and ebb and flow between the two main characters that the other books had. This felt like a long drag toward the "meh" ending. Blah.

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  • asdfghjkl
  • 2021-07-05

Best of the series

This was BY FAR my favorite of the series. I don’t love listening to books that switch narrators for entire chapters because it makes me cringe when they do the opposite gender voices, but this was bearable. Admittedly, I listened to the entire series the same way you can’t look away from a car crash, but this story was enjoyable. A lot less immature and drama filled than the last one. Also, pretty sure Tucker is the only of the four boys who took no for an answer. So that was refreshing.

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  • Brittany Bocchi
  • 2021-04-26

The Goal

I read this book in a span of 3 days and then immediately downloaded the audiobook to listen to it on my commute to work. That’s how much I loved this book. The narrators did an A++++++ job, they were both fantastic in their roles for Sabrina and Tucker. I love this series so much and The Goal is easily one of my favorites.