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Rusk University #2

All Broke Down

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In this second book in "New York Times" and "USA Today" bestselling author Cora Carmack's New Adult, Texas-set Rusk University series, which began with "All Lined Up," a young woman discovers that you can't only fight for what you believe in sometimes you have to fight for what you love.

Dylan fights for lost causes. Probably because she used to be one.

Environmental issues, civil rights, corrupt corporations, and politicians you name it, she's probably been involved in a protest. When her latest cause lands her in jail overnight, she meets Silas Moore. He's in for a different kind of fighting. And though he's arrogant and infuriating, she can't help being fascinated with him. Yet another lost cause.

Football and trouble are the only things that have ever come naturally to Silas. And it's trouble that lands him in a cell next to do-gooder Dylan. He's met girls like her before. Fixers, he calls them, desperate to heal the damage and make him into their ideal boyfriend. But he doesn't think he's broken, and he definitely doesn't need a girlfriend trying to change him. Until, that is, his anger issues and rash decisions threaten the only thing he really cares about: his spot on the Rusk University football team. Dylan might just be the perfect girl to help.

Because Silas Moore needs some fixing after all.

360 pages, Paperback

First published October 28, 2014

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Cora Carmack

21 books9,874 followers
Cora Carmack is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of New Adult Romance and YA fantasy. Her books have been translated into more than a dozen languages around the world. Cora lives in Austin, TX, and on any given day you might find her typing away at her computer, flying to various cities around the world, or just watching Netflix with her kitty Katniss and her dog Sherlock. But she can always be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and her website www.coracarmack.com.

***Please note: I am rarely on goodreads, so if you're trying to get a hold of me, the best places to find me are Twitter, Facebook, my blog, Instagram, and via email (coracarmack(at)gmail(dot)com).

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624 reviews963 followers
February 6, 2017
4 Stars!

If you are a die-hard fan of sports romance, you are bound to adore yet another great book from the Rusk University series. All Broke Down is a sweet and angst-driven college romance book that heavily explores family drama, told by both main characters Silas Moore and Dylan Brenner.

Silas is the running back of Rusk University's football team. When his friend Levi was expelled from the school and the football team, he felt like everything is crumbling down and his horrible past seems to come back. One night he got involved in a bar fight with Levi which led him to jail. At the holding cell, he met the blonde rich girl Dylan who also happened to be arrested because of her involvement with a student activism that caused a conflict.

I didn't initially warm up to the story at first because of the insta-love (sort of insta-attraction) thing that happened but then as the story went on, I realized that Silas and Dylan's relationship was more than just instant. Their friends-with-benefits "deal" actually made me look forward to seeing them leveling their relationship up and be together as a couple.

The book had a good dash of sweet romance and oh my... there were loads of steamy scenes too which was something that I didn't expect (The first book All Lined Up wasn't this hot, you know). I found Silas and Dylan's chemistry really undeniable from start to finish.

I just had a little issue with Silas. He was really such a jerk at times. I wanted to see some effort on his part when it comes to making Dylan feel a little bit special but I thought Dylan was the only one who worked too hard here.

I loved the ending but I wasn't really that fully satisfied because of some unresolved conflicts. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the story as a whole. All Broke Down kept me on my toes and had me all up my feels, enough for me to overlook my issues. I loved most of Dylan and Silas's interactions and Cora Carmack's beautiful writing once again sucked me in, so this was an overall winner for me.

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632 reviews2,696 followers
November 5, 2014
4.5 stars!!


With an emphasis on self-discovery and an unexpectedly sweet romance, All Broke Down is the perfect example of what qualities should be present in NA books. Instead of inundating the story with commonly seen themes like sex, booze, and drugs, the author maintains a good balance among the three and weaves in convincing character conflict, a believable romantic connection, and a healthy dose of angst to create yet another winner in her fantastic Rusk University series. For me personally, I could connect and relate to these characters easily, as if they were my friends letting me in on their secrets. Perhaps it’s because I’m similar in age to them but whatever the reason, the humor, wit, and awkward fun in this book was not lost on me.

In book 1 a secondary character Silas Moore is introduced, a bad boy through and through who earned my loathing until the author quickly revealed a vulnerable side of him that gave me hope that he wasn’t a lost cause. And he wasn’t. There are always two sides to every story and character and this book is his. He’s not your average college student coming from a good family. He’s not rich. He’s not smart. All he knows and is good at is football. But he also has serious anger management issues and when provoked is quick with his fists. On one particular night that ends with a scuffle with a team member, Silas lands himself in jail and it’s there he meets the heroine Dylan.


^Haha! So anyways, Dylan is a passionate girl who invests her time and energy in protests, causes she believes are worth fighting for and when one goes downhill, her efforts land her in jail right alongside Silas. Though they acknowledge they’re attracted to each other, both of them also know that they’re from completely different social circles. Nevertheless, their attraction gives way to something much deeper and meaningful, a connection that binds them closer to each other – both struggle to belong. They both have pasts they just aren’t ready or equipped to overcome but they have so much faith in each other it was so easy for me to accept their connection is much more than lust. Dylan is the one girl Silas feels comfortable in confiding in and the reverse is true, with Silas being the only one to point out where Dylan’s real struggles are.


Despite the ugly of their pasts that play a heavy role, this book is much more lighthearted than expected. I love that the author chose to focus more on the positivity that their unlikely romance brought out in both characters and didn’t let the negative overshadow the story. The strife, the angst, and the inner turmoil are still present but all are healthy amounts so the reader isn’t frustrated with the conflict. Near the end there was a particular turn of events that I felt was a little unnecessary hence the 4.5 stars but it wasn’t anything major that affected my enjoyment of the story.

Having read most of this author’s books, I feel like Cora Carmack has come a long way since the publication of Losing It. Not to say that her previous books aren’t awesome but I really feel like her Rusk University books are my favorite out of everything she’s written. The writing is so much stronger and gripping, the characters are much more lovable and endearing, and important and cherished values like family and teamwork are emphasized in a positive, reinforcing manner that truly warms the heart.


All Broke Down is the 2nd installment in the Rusk University series and a standalone, just like the first book. To get the full reading experience (especially Silas’s character growth from book 1 to book 2) I would recommend reading in order but it’s totally up to you. I do want to point out that these two books are completely different but equally enjoyable. Book 1 was more cute and funny while this second book is a little edgier because of Silas’s tortured bad boy image.
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639 reviews3,796 followers
November 16, 2014

Title: All Broke Down
Series: Rusk University #2
Author: Cora Carmack
Release Date: October 28, 2014
Rating: 3.75 stars
Cliffhanger:. No

“You’re really hitting on me? After we just met in jail?”
“Is it working?”

Silas Moore is running back for Rusk’s University football team. He’s popular, handsome and a troublemaker. Always on his way to mess something up, Silas isn’t taken very seriously.

“Football. Fighting. Fucking. That’s what I know how to do.”

Every guy on his team, along with coaches see him as a great player, but also as a pest. Especially, because of his friendship with Lev, ex-QB who just got out of prison. However, Silas is not like the rest of his teammates. He’s not rich, he’s not from a good family and the only thing that can change his life is football.

“The bad seems to follow me. Or hell… Maybe it’s me that follows the bad. Maybe I don’t know who I am apart from that.”

After Silas gets in fight with him and is thrown in jail, he gets suspended from the team. He also meets in cell Dylan, sexy, sweet and passionate girl.

Dylan is strong, stubborn and believes in changing the world for the better, or at least making one person’s life better. She goes to protests, writes petitions, handcuffs herself to homeless’ shelter..

When Silas and Dylan share a cell, something draws them together. And even though, both are very different, they are attracted to each other.

“I will never be able to turn this girl down. Whatever she wants from me, it’s hers. No matter what she asks for, I’ll find a way to give it to her. She may not be mine, but somewhere along the way, I ended up hers.”

Another sweet, fast-paced and hot new adult romance by Cora Carmack, All Broke Down is a great read for all fans of light and heart fluttering stories. Cora once again delivered a story full of drama, hot guys and first love.

The characters were very complex and well-written. I liked them much. The plot was simple, yet sexy and sweet. I liked how the story progressed and was overall satisfied with the outcome. And although, I did find All Broke Down very entertaining, and certainly liked it, I didn’t love it as much as previous books by this author. Why? Probably because I reached my limit of same old, same ole’ bad boy with troubled past meets nice girl twist. I guess, I would like it more if I finally read about football player who’s not an all American stereotype jock. But if you love Cora Carmack, enjoy light reads and swoon over jocks, this is a definite must read for you!!


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790 reviews2,526 followers
March 3, 2015

“All Broke Down” is book2 in Cora Carmack’s “Rusk University” series and it can be read as a standalone. If you’re a fan of college romance novels I totally recommend this one/this series. With a sweet romance and two endearing main characters “All Broke Down” was even better than the first book in my opinion.

We met the male main character, Silas Moore in “All Lined Up”. I bet not many of you liked him too much back then. And let’s face it you were very right not to. He was a douchebag. In this installment we get to know a new side of Silas (or even more) and I totally enjoyed his character. Silas is not like most of Rusk University’s students - he’s not wealthy. He has a troubled past and knows very well not to depend on anyone else but himself. He doesn’t have good grades like others, all he cares and knows about is football. Football is the only think he loves. He is a bad boy, he has a temper and he has a tendency to make poor decisions. One night he gets arrested for fighting. In jail he meets our heroine Dylan, who looks nothing like a delinquent.

“You’re really hitting on me? After we just met in jail?”
“Is it working?”

At first sight Dylan seems the typical rich spoiled princess. But only at first sight. She’s a girl who wants to make a difference. She wants to change the world, but this time her believes land her in jail.

She’s drawn to Silas from the very first moment. She can tell he’s bad news with his dangerous looks and even if he’s not her type, she’s very attracted to him.

“In his eyes, there’s this strange kind of appreciation that is part attraction, part something else that makes me feel rare and precious and...seen.”

At first Silas only wants to get laid. He’s not interested in a relationship. Actually he never had one of those. As the story progresses he realizes how different Dylan is from any other girl he knows. Despite the fact that they are so different from each other their attraction is powerful.


Both Silas and Dylan struggle to belong and both of them have flaws. They agree to help each other with some issues, they become some sort of friends and soon after they start a no-strings relationship. Everything changes when feelings get involved.

I really enjoyed this one! It was sweet, sexy and even funny at times. I liked both Silas and Dylan (Silas more because I was a little frustrated with Dylan at times). Both of them felt real and even relatable and both of them are well developed. Silas is a cocky, charming guy who won me over from the start. To say he is hard to resist will be an understatement. I loved his determination and how passionate he is about football and I really felt for him. Despite his shitty past, he's great. In my opinion he was more developed than Dylan’s character. But I can’t complain with her since overall she was pretty great as well. She’s caring, compassionate and just a lovely girl.

From the moment they met their interactions are terrific. Sexy or funny I enjoyed them all. I also enjoyed how their relationship progressed. Nothing felt rushed. Their connection is powerful from the start and their chemistry is off the charts and palpable.

I expected a different storyline, but I’m happy with what I’ve got. I really appreciated the fact that Dylan’s ex is not involved too much in the story.

“All Broke Down” is an entertaining read with two lovable characters, sweet storyline and captivating writing.

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1,005 reviews796 followers
May 23, 2015
4.5 Live the way you play… Stars

I love book about college students, football players, frat parties…you could say I was trying to relive my past, but who are we kidding I am a reader, not a partier. Instead, I like to read about them, so when I see books like this I can’t help but jump in. I really enjoyed the first book in the Rusk University Series and this one didn’t disappoint.

We met Silas in All Lined Up and even then I saw something in him, and I was so excited to get to read his story. Rusk University is a private college and most students have deep trust funds. Silas isn’t like every other Rusk student. No he is there on a football scholarship and when trouble finds him, or the other way around, he can’t buy his way out. Case in point, when Silas is arrested for fighting, he actually has to live with his consequences and spend time in jail/holding. While there he meets Dylan.

Now Dylan, is definitely not the type of girl you would find in jail. She comes off as a rich, uptight, princess who doesn’t have a care in the world. Dylan and Silas are both in jail, so despite their differences they have somethings in common: both felt their “cause” was worth the risk, and they are both attracted to each other.

Why, yes, he is. I actually loved this quality in Silas, he goes after what he wants. While there is an obvious attraction Dylan isn't interested in a one night stand, she is a relationship type of girl. A relationship couldn’t be further from Silas’s mind. While this should be the end for these two, since they both want different things, instead they decide to help each other and end up building a relationship.

On the surface these two may seem like polar opposites, but the more they get to know each other the easier it is to see they aren’t that different. Their friendship progresses and Silas continues to come onto Dylan, eventually they decide to be friends/date and have an intimate relationship. It always seems like a good idea in the beginning.

The thing I liked the most about this story was the message that things are not always as they seem, and despite appearances everyone is struggling with something. I loved how Dylan and Silas wanted to help the other and were selfless in their actions. This isn’t a story about a guy changing his whoring ways, it was more about both characters growing and maturing. I actually liked both characters throughout the story, and was able to understand their actions, even if I didn't agree with them.

I highly recommend this one and the series, if you are looking for a quick, fun book with tons of heart. I am hooked on this series and I can’t wait to see what comes next.

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Author 21 books9,874 followers
October 21, 2014
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I'm the author of this book. So I'm biased, but I love these characters.

If you read All Lined Up, you'll know that Silas was actually a secondary antagonist of sorts in the last book. I'm always looking for something new and fun to do with my books, so I knew from the moment I ever wrote a word about Silas that he was going to be the hero of book two. He's my first true bad boy. He's cocky and dysfunctional, but I hope you'll see at his heart, he's a fiercely loyal guy who is maybe not as bad as he seems (or as bad as he thinks he is).

And Dylan. I've been itching to write a book about a political activist for a while now, but I thought I would have to wait until I was finished with the Rusk series. Then one day, (after I'd given my agent a massive list of book ideas), she suggested I try to combine some ideas. So I took my passionate do-gooder and threw her into a story with my bad boy., and what resiulted is one of my favorite stories I've ever written. That's probably why this is my longest book to date. I just had too much fun with these characters to let them go.

Other things about this book: it's my sexiest book yet (seriously), there's cute guys with puppies, and a healthy dose of Texas with football, trucks, and dirt roads. But don't worry, you don't have to like or understand football to read this book. I promise. :) And while this is a companion novel within the Rusk series, it can be read without reading the previous book.

Oh, and Dylan that I met at BEA in 2013-- thanks for letting me borrow your name!

I hope you all enjoy Silas and Dylan's story! And I hope you'll come back to check out All Played Out, book three in the series, in 2015! And if you think you might be into an NA Paranormal romance, check out my new series starting with INSPIRE in December 2014!
February 25, 2016

I drop my head against the steering wheel and groan. So much for keeping things simple. “You are in so much trouble, Dylan Brenner.”
And trouble’s name is Silas Moore.

Oh em gee…This is a literal OMG. I started another book that made my eyes burn on the SECOND PAGE and thought shit, what will I read now?? So, on Friday at 10 pm (what…I have a life-I DO!), when my book didn’t work, I went to another that my lovely lovely Jennfier had bought me…and from page one on…I WAS A GONER.

"Are you hurt?” I ask.
A flash of a smile has a field of goose bumps sprouting along my arms. “You worried about me, Pickle?”
I throw my head back and groan.
“I’m going to kill him.”

One word, Y’all…one word: SILAS. I just…I can’t even. This book just popped out at me one day and I couldn’t help but mark it as TBR. I mean…football. But I never thought I’d actually read it, ya know?? I thought it was a filler that would sit there for years and eventually I would delete it on one of my epic TBR sweeps (just did one recently, Hallelujah!). But no, for some reason, on a late Friday night when I needed a pick me up, fate led me to this hidden gem…and I couldn’t be a happier little Silas fangirl. XD

Just fuck.
I could probably live the rest of my life only using that word and it would sum things up fine.

So, here’s the deal, I’m guna level with you all-I have written a LOT of fangirl reviews lately. A LOT. A LOT A LOT. And I am tired, lol. I HATE when this happens right when I read a wonderful book that was not only well-written and sexy, but surprisingly heartfelt and addicting without being trashy. I had so much to say while I was reading-I mean, from the first chapter I was out of breath from all the butterflies attempting to escape through my throat. There is just something so sweet about a boy that has always had it rough, who is fighting for something he thinks is so out of his reach, and finding the girl of his dreams while trying to achieve greatness. And, better yet, thinking he doesn’t deserve the girl who lights up his whole life.

His lips are still at my ear, and he lowers his volume so that Matt won’t hear. “I promise not to get you dirty. Unless you ask real nice.”
I don’t even…I can’t…Oh my God.

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Oh! And a little tidbit for those who hate this kind of thing (It personally has never bothered me): No slut shaming. Well….I didn’t think there was. Maybe I’m wrong? Anyway-My point in all this-I’ve written a lot of reviews for a lot of books in the last three weeks (the majority of them 5’s), and I am officially worn out on writing them lol. So, if this review falls short, in the end, it is not for a lack of perfection in this novel. No, the reason for shorting my poor, tortured Silas is because this bitch be tired. I am just…ugh. So tired.

His eyes really are far too pretty for a guy like him. Dudes who look dangerous should just be dangerous. Period. The end. They should not be dangerous and beautiful all at the same time. It leaves the universe out of balance, and it makes me do stupid things like stare.

I think the most charming thing about this story…is it’s writing. I mean, I don’t judge that harshly on books, really, but I certainly can appreciate a well-written and humorous story. The reason this is so wonderful, to me, is that the book didn’t merely rely on sex and witty banter and a smoldering hot male who only has eyes for our girl (He is a former manwhore-a plot I know most people might be tired of, but that I NEVER grow tired of, tee-hee). There was a lot of that-the sexy looks, the ‘I’m falling for you but I’ll take what I can get’, the broken and torturedness-but it wasn’t the only thing. And that, in NA, is amazing.

I will never be able to turn this girl down. Whatever she wants from me, it’s hers. No matter what she asks for, I’ll find a way to give it to her. She may not be mine, but somewhere along the way, I ended up hers.

The heart and soul of this story, though, is how much Silas wanted to make something of himself, to break the barrier of being just a brat who grew up in non-homes and trailers. He met Dylan in the oddest of circumstances…one might say they were immediately ‘handcuffed’ together

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(LMAO I AM SO NOT CLEVER BUT BAHAHA). And from that moment on, he was intrigued by her. Tied to her. Into her. And, most importantly, protective of her.

His tongue peeks out to worry at his swollen, busted lip, and I feel a wave of heat curl up my spine.
Totally inappropriate. Totally psychotic because he is way out of my league. Or I’m way out of his league, I don’t know. Either way, someone is out of someone’s league.

GAWD his protectiveness just got me. I ADORED HIM. He could get violent, an offense that almost loses his place on the team, but he never got where I think people reading this would get a bad vibe from him. He thinks with his fists first, especially when it comes to his girl, but never in a, hmm, psycho way. And, despite what I implied…no insta-love. Just no. Stop it. Stop thinking that. STOP IT! But boy oh boy…I was pleased with their first….encounter.

I want to make her come so hard that for the rest of her life, she remembers me anytime someone touches her. I’m going to leave my mark on her perfect body, beneath the skin where she’ll never get me out.
I want to ruin her for anyone else.
And I’m pretty damn good at ruining things.

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Dylan was also a character I really enjoyed. She knew what she wanted. She was goal oriented and into helping others who cannot help or speak for themselves. She never blew Silas off because he didn’t grow up like her, and she never felt above him…but this was also a part of the story in ways they need to overcome-Just to be clear. I can’t say she was as good as Silas, but *Scoffs* who is, am I right? However, she was a great heroine and she didn’t make me cringe, roll my eyes, or anger me in a way that endangered my enjoyment of the story. I loved her in a lot of ways, and she was always there for my beautiful broken football player.

Except I’m starting to think that the idea of “belonging” anywhere is false. We go through our whole lives thinking that we belong in one place and not in another. We think certain ideas and actions have to be relegated to the tiny little boxes we place them in. What if we just react instead? What if we take whatever the world gives us and instead of focusing on what it isn’t, we enjoy what it is?

So, you know, my fingers are ITCHING to type more about Silas and his jealousy and his fierce protectiveness and possessive tendencies and his loyalty and his loving nature and his longing to be good enough for her and…oopsy poopsy. My bad….

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But I think this said enough. And hell, if I need to add more tomorrow, I will. I mean, I get to add my quotes next and EEEEPSSSS that is my favorite part. Who wants to be too tired to enjoy re-reading my favorite Silas moments?? Not I. But, I digress-I just recently went on a deleting massacre of my TBR, and Cora’s other popular series, Losing it, was deleted because I knew I’d never read it and it had been on there since, like, 2012. But, you know…I think I might be re-evaluating that decision. Hmmm….is that a pig in the sky?? Because that has NEVER happened before. What? I can admit when I’m wrong.

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I will never be able to turn this girl down. Whatever she wants from me, it's hers. No matter what she asks for, I'll find a way to give it to her. She may not be mine, but somewhere along the way, I ended up hers.

Ahhh!!! I am beyond excited I decided to give this one a try. Started another book, didn't get any feels, picked this one up....and ALLL THE FEELSSSSS!!! Silas stole my heart from page one-SO unexpected!

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3,380 reviews1,991 followers
May 10, 2016
Silas Moore counts himself a lost cause. He doesn't think he'll ever make anything of himself so he doesn't really try too hard. Other than at Football. To him, it's not just a sport it's a way out of the cycle of poverty and criminal behavior. Yet he's constantly screwing up his one shot by doing stupid shit, just because he can.

Then Dylan enters the picture. She's always there to fight for any injustice she see's in the world, and though she knows she can't change the way of life, she damn sure tries. When Silas comes into her life she seems him as more than a lost cause that everyone seems to have given up on, and she won't give up trying to help him until he can see his potential too.

This was a sweet, fast paced NA read and I really enjoyed getting to know these characters. I liked how you really had to dig down deep into Dylan and Silas to get every part of them. The more I learned about them, the more I liked them. Silas was the complicated character that had me intrigued from the very beginning because I wanted to know everything about him, and it kept me entrapped in his story.

There were times that Dylan annoyed me just for different reasons, but I didn't mind her for the most part. I liked that she stuck with Silas even when everything and everyone was telling her that he wasn't worth her time. It was really great to see the loyalty that made up any relationship she had with other people.

Overall, I want to kick myself for waiting so long to get back to this series. It's the perfect book for when you're in the mood for a light and sweet romance between two very different college students, both trying to find their way in life.
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August 15, 2021

Wow, I really enjoyed this one!!! The first chapter or two had me worried: it was packed with a fair amount of background material and scene setting. But once Dylan and Silas meet in the jail holding cells, the sparks begin to fly and the action starts ROLLING!

Dylan is a "good girl, parent-pleaser" but also a closet activist who wants to make the world a better place. Silas is the quintessential bad boy who can "flirt anyone's pants off"! Here is an example of one of Texas bad-boy Silas's moves on Dylan:

His lips are still at my ear.... "I promise not to get you dirty. Unless you ask real nice."

I don't even.... I can't... Oh my God!...

See what I mean? Cora Carmack is known for her hilarious romances, but in this case, her usual uproarious humour makes way for some interesting self-examination by both of these very attractive, engaging characters. Dylan brings out the best in Silas, and Silas teaches Dylan to be unflinchingly honest and true to herself. This was a fantastic read: I'm still rereading some of the very cute and memorable passages. Highly recommended!
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1,548 reviews3,966 followers
July 31, 2017
2 Stars

Overall Opinion: I'm a major sucker for college football romances. So when I was in the mood for one and saw this, I was all about it! Sadly, it didn't scratch the itch ;). I liked the H ok, and the h was ok too...but I wanted more with them. I think they had the groundwork for them to be some amazing characters, but we never really got that deep into their characterization. I think that was my issue for the whole story tbh. It might've had some good potential, but it just never reached it for me. The abrupt and somewhat random feeling to the ending is what really made my rating so low. I had a 3 star rating for the 1st book in this series, All Lined Up, and after this one -- I think I'm just going to have to pass on future books in this series because they just aren't for me.

Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is Dylan and Silas's story. They meet one night when they are sitting in opposite jail cells. Dylan is in there for protesting for a cause, and Silas in in there for fighting. Silas ends up helping Dylan and her friend get out, and he is all about trying to get her in his bed. Once she turns him down and they spend some more time together, Silas propositions Dylan that they help each other out. Dylan is having an identity crisis with no longer wanting to be the perfect daughter for her adoptive parents, and Dylan is petrified of spiraling out of control and ending up in prison like his brother. They spend more and more time together as friends, and stronger feelings start to develop...and after some drama and sexy times, they get a HFN.

POV: This alternated between Dylan and Silas's POV.

Overall Pace of Story: Good until the end. I thought it flowed well, and I never skimmed -- but the ending was way to abrupt. It felt even kind of random as to the events that lead up to the end, and how they were only vaguely addressed. The only thing I can think of, was that the author was setting readers up for another book in her series...?

Instalove: No, they take a while to develop stronger feelings (see "closure" spoiler)

H rating: 3.5 stars. Silas. I felt really bad for his past, and I was rooting for his HEA -- which sadly, I didn't get :(. He was a little frustrating with his instant fighting mode that he often fell into.

h rating: 3 stars. Dylan. Meh...

Sadness level: Low. No tissues required.

Push/Pull: A little

Heat level: Moderate/low. They have decent chemistry and scenes.

Descriptive sex: Yes

Safe sex: Yes. Condoms are mentioned. I don't remember any mention of previous practices.

OW/OM drama: Yes, but pretty mild.

Sex scene with OW or OM: No

Cheating: No

Separation: Yes

Possible Triggers: Yes

Closure: This didn't have anywhere near enough closure for me. I'd call it a HFN ending. I still had a lot of unanswered questions, and it just seemed to end abruptly.

How I got it: I got it on loan through my public library.

Safety: I'd say this should be Safe for most readers.
September 12, 2017

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I wasn't really impressed by this book, which is a shame because Cora Carmack is one of those authors that a lot of my friends hyped up to me. She was supposed to be better than the typical "new adult formula." To me, though, it just felt like more of the same. If you're a fan of Jen Frederick's Gridiron series, the concept is very much the same and to me, the characters felt just as interchangeable. The only difference is, Frederick dives into the sport a bit more thoroughly and there's more locker room talk.

I will give ALL BROKE DOWN points for trying to be slightly less problematic than its counterparts. Both these characters have troubled backstories but Carmack did make an effort to have them be realistic... something that isn't just out of a soap opera plot, but might actually happen and probably has happened to some of her readers. These shared experiences between the two characters are largely what cause them to bond, which was kind of nice.

I also like how consent is handled in this book on several occasions, with two very different characters. They could not be more different in terms of sexual history - but they are treated exactly the same. In a good way. It is so unequivocal - as it should be. I honestly don't get why "consent" is so controversial with people. Yes means yes - and drugs and/or alcohol immediately invalidate that "yes." Is that so hard to understand? Not in this book. I felt like that was really important, and it almost bumped this book's rating up to a 3 because contemporary romance needs more of that.

The reasons I didn't like this book are more complicated. There's a pretty serious case of insta-love, and the "bad boy"/"good girl" thing is touted a little too heavily, and that's not really a favorite trope of mine outside of historical fiction ("rake"/"bluestocking"? YES, YES, and YES). I didn't really like Silas. He was too angry - and I get why he was angry, but there's a difference between broody and Travis Maddox, and Silas frequently encroached upon Travis Maddox territory. The constant desire to punch people in the face and mark his territory all over the heroine was a little off-putting.

I didn't really like Dylan's character, either. The two characters meet in jail. Silas got in a fight, and Dylan was arrested at a protest. Her protest is the most uncontroversial demonstration ever: a protest against the demolition of a homeless shelter. And people act like that's so EDGY. I nearly died when she said what an activist she was. Girl. Girl, no. I've been to an Occupy protest, an anti-fascist protest, and a Women's March. Politics means passion. You can't just try on activism like it's a fancy hat that makes you look cool. I mean, you can. (It's called a p*ssy hat.) But if you're going to define yourself with "ACTIVISM" then by God, I want to see it, and not just when it's convenient to the plot. She just felt like a placeholder to me, and I just rolled my eyes every time she swooned.

You know whose story I'm really curious about? Stella's. Unfortunately, it hasn't been written, yet.

2 stars
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551 reviews400 followers
July 21, 2016
4,5 Sterne

Hat mir genauso gut gefallen wie der erste Teil auch wenn ich erst etwas skeptisch war weil hier Silas unser Protagonist ist und den fand ich im ersten Teil eher unsympathisch :D
Aber es war echt toll, er wurde gut gezeichnet und seine Art ergab Sinn, war authentisch.
Dylan ist auch eine super tolle, willensstarke Protagonistin gewesen, die endlich mal keinen Elefanten aus einer Mücke macht, wie das bei diesem Genre ja gerne mal der Fall ist.
Unsere Protagonisten aus dem ersten Band tauchen auch wieder auf, mochte ich auch sehr.
Auch am Plot hab ich nichts auszusetzen, die Gefühle wurden schön rüber gebracht und die sexyschmexy Szenen waren auch gut ausgearbeitet und nicht plump.
Dass ich es innerhalb von 2 Tagen gelesen hab, spricht wohl auch für sich ;)
Ich freu mich riesig auf den nächsten Teil! Perfekte Sommerlektüre :)
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1,161 reviews407 followers
February 10, 2017
La verdad, me pareció un poco aburrido. Creo que en parte el libro no terminó de gustarme por el protagonista. Tengo algo con los protas en problemas de drogas. Si... eso no va conmigo. Y creo que el echo de que la autora no profundizará en eso y que solo lo mencionara no es como que me gustara. Dylan tampoco fue memorable así que se lleva un 3 raspadito, ese final tan de sopetón deja muchos cabos sueltos y espero que se unan en el siguiente libro. Igual, fue genial volver a leer a los personajes anteriores.

El libro anterior me gustó mucho más. Pero este fue entretenido. Más nada.

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2,003 reviews195 followers
February 17, 2016
The narrator was very good, the story was above meh. Predictable NA romantic above meh. That's it.
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1,432 reviews1,324 followers
September 10, 2014
4.5 stars!

Once again, Cora Carmack has reminded me why I love her books so much. All Broke Down is the second book in the Rusk University series and to say that Silas really wasn’t a favorite character in book 1 would be an understatement.
By the time I turned the last page of this book, I was on the Silas bandwagon with pom poms and a ‘Silas Is #1’ foam finger.

In All Broke Down, we meet Dylan. Dylan hasn’t exactly had the perfect life, though looking at things for her now, you’d never guess. She’s a supporter of lost causes now, and her current one has landed her in jail. Surprisingly… or not surprisingly, this is where she meets Silas.

Silas himself is a bit of a lost cause. The only thing he knows is football and trouble, and he’s banking on one to keep him away from the other. When a he finds himself in a bit of trouble because of his anger issues, and football is taken away from him, he is determined to get back the one and only thing he cares about.

As you might have guessed from my comments above, you can probably tell I wasn’t expecting to care all that much for Silas, especially after some of the things he did in book 1, but I found that I really cared about him by the end of this book. Carmack does an amazing job telling his story, and making readers connect with him. The boy is so damn cocky and full of himself, usually two things that drive me nuts. But honestly, it totally worked for him because he’s actually charming and holy sex on legs you guys. *fans self*

While I really liked Silas as a character, I pretty much loved Dylan. Her early life wasn’t easy … and in some aspects neither is her current life. The expectations her family has of her are somewhat ridiculous and because of her history, she’s become a bit of a fixer of things… and it’s apparent to her that Silas needs her help. What I loved most about Dylan was this… she never let Silas walk all over her. To be honest, I was waiting for it to happen. His personality is so big and in your face and she’s a bit shyer and definitely more timid… at least she appeared to be! I loved that she stood up for her beliefs and she stood up for Silas to his roommates and she never let him railroad her into anything.

Like Cora’s other stories, the pacing and flow of the story are really well-done and her writing is some of my favorite in the new adult genre. I can always count on her for a story that will keep me turning pages and characters that I will fall in love with.

If you haven’t started the Rusk University series, definitely grab book 1 so you’re ready for book 2 when it arrives! You won’t be disappointed and I’m definitely looking forward to whatever Cora has coming next!

Thank you to Edelweiss & William Morrow for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
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2,201 reviews54 followers
November 25, 2017

All Broke Down es el segundo libro de la serie Rusk University de la escritora Cora Carmack.

Soy una fan de la autora desde que hace un par de años lei la saga Losing It aunque reconozco que el primer libro no fue totalmente de mi agrado, pero los dos siguientes libros ( las historias de Max y Cade, y Kelsey y Jackson ) respectivamente me encantaron, pero realmente me hice adicta a su forma de escribir despues de leer el libro de Carson y Dallas.

Saben esa sensacion al acabar una buena historia, que te deja con una sonrisa tonta en la cara y pasas dias recordando cada escena una y otra vez?? pues eso fue justo lo que senti al acabar de leer la historia de Silas y Dylan.

Cuanto mas me acuerdo del libro mas segura estoy de que All Broke Down es uno de los mejores libros que he leido en toda mi vida.

Fue una historia hermosa, tierna, dulce y profunda, a pesar de que en algunos momentos pueda parecer que es la tipica historia entre la chica buena y el jugador de futbol mujeriego, les pido que le den una oportunidad puesto que el libro es mucho mas de lo que parece al leer la sinopsis.

Recomendado al 100%!

4.5 Estrellas!!!
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1,521 reviews221 followers
February 22, 2017
This book was so good! I loved Silas. I wasn't expecting to like him very much after reading the first book in this series but I love him. This was such a great book with a really interesting story, great characters and football! I can't wait for more in this series!
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575 reviews330 followers
May 7, 2015
4,5 stars!!

I cried at around 90 percent and then again all through the author's note. Did not expect that at all. The word that comes to my mind right now is powerful. That message. Thanks Cora.
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610 reviews2,875 followers
October 7, 2014
A stirring romance with lots of emotional turmoil and sizzling chemistry. My favorite Cora Carmack book to date!

What happens when you pair a volatile bad boy with a proper, go-getting political activist?

Instant, angst-ridden, burn-up-the-pages chemistry. I loved this second installment in the Rusk University series. I loved how different it was than the first book (which I loved as well) and yet it still infused all the exciting, coming-of-age elements of the Rusk world. With Silas as its central character, however, the story took on a darker, more explosive and tumultuous tone and I was surprised at how Silas, an antagonist in All Lined Up, managed to evoke so much feeling and heart with his story. Cora Carmack reminds us at what an expert she is in creating that irresistible crackle between two characters. The chemistry that burns, then flickers and then burns even hotter, and these two have enough desire to detonate. This is a story about the past gripping your present, about facades dulling the life you live… it’s about anger and hurt and forgiveness and acceptance, and of course love. Because with Silas and Dylan… nothing is ever as it seems.

“Football. Fighting. Fucking. That’s what I know how to do.”

Silas is not your typical Rusk University student. He’s not wealthy. He doesn’t drive a fancy car. He hasn’t had it easy. His whole life is football. It’s the one thing he’s really good at. The one thing that gives him a fighting chance to overcome what’s inevitable in his mind. Because his past has crippled him with insecurities, with fear, as if he’s one bad decision away from trashing his entire future. But he’s trying. Trying to keep focus. Trying to be the leader Coach Cole wants him to be. But when his old friend and team disappointment, Levi, calls after being released from jail, he can’t help but fall back into old patterns. And the moment hurtful words are exchanged… the kind that attack the very soul of your deepest fears, it’s his fists that unleash his raging emotions.

Like always. It was inevitable.

“The bad seems to follow me. Or hell… Maybe it’s me that follows the bad. Maybe I don’t know who I am apart from that.”

When Silas ends up behind bars, the last thing he expects is a beautiful girl to be in the cell across from him. Dylan is a passionate, caring person. One who wants to make a difference. A fixer inexorably drawn to a cause. With a wealthy, influential family, perfection and decorum are expected, and she fears anything short of that impossible notion will take away the love and security she hasn’t always had. When her gaze meets Silas, she’s immediately unsettled and flustered at the hulking, gorgeous man with the intense stare.

“So he doesn’t tick any of my usual boxes, but there’s something in the way he looks at me. In his eyes, there’s this strange kind of appreciation that is part attraction, part something else that makes me feel rare and precious and… seen.”

Unlikely circumstances bring these two very different people together, unexpected desire tethers them even tighter, but it’s an unspoken understanding that allows them to really see the other. We realize they’ve both struggled to belong, struggled to overcome a past that won’t let go, struggled to find a way to let themselves show the world who they truly are. While Silas is brimming with volatility, rage, anger and aggression, Dylan is an empty shell afraid to enliven her personality with who she really is… not who she is expected to be. They strike a deal to help each other out, because suddenly, Silas really does need fixing. His spot on the football team is in danger and Silas is willing to do anything to hold on to his one shot at a future.

“You are in so much trouble, Dylan Brenner. And trouble’s name is Silas Moore.”

Silas and Dylan’s “non-relationship” relationship takes off from there. They are exactly what the other needs, and they sort of save each other. But just as emotions intensify and progress is made and hearts fill with promise… the truth of their disparity opens up a chasm that tears them apart. Could they really be so different… come from two different worlds and somehow make it work? Could they be happy? Could they change their inevitable fates?

“I’m bad… a bad decision, bad seed, bad blood… whatever you want to call it, that’s what I am. And it’s only a matter of time until it has me turning out just like Levi, cut off from the people I know and the only thing I love.”

I loved the emotional turmoil of the book, loved how I felt the characters so much, loved the super sexy times, and especially loved the juxtaposition of these two seemingly different people who were passionate and fiercely loyal. It’s my favorite Cora Carmack book to date and I can’t wait to see what she does with Torres’ book next.

“Me and her together… I believe we’re big enough to face whatever comes.”

For more reviews, visit my website at Vilma's Book Blog and connect with me on Facebook.
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1,772 reviews403 followers
June 9, 2019
07/10/2015 --

I've read all in this series as I'm writing this review and liked them all. I think I liked this one best. Silas spoke to me. I understood this kid. He feels he only has football. Without football he will be another nothing from the wrong side in "small-town" America. He has a hard shell but it hides a good person. Loyal, smart and focused.

So, what stood out for me with this one?
1 -- I liked both main characters. As I mentioned, Silas really was incredible. I liked how the author gave us his character in bits and pieces. I read this series completely out of order. In book three, we see the loyal Silas. In book one we see Silas first as a real shit, but pretty typical of the age and mentality, but then we see him as a focused player who does what is needed for his team, for the game. All good. Here, in this book, we get to see all that is Silas and we like him. As locked up as Silas is, the meeting with Dylan and the eventual relationship could happen no other way.

2 -- So, what will become of Matty? What about Stella? The author has us loving these secondary characters. Can't wait for the next book in this series. Where will she take us? What about Ryan? Brooks? See? ... This is what a series is all about. Not a retelling in subsequent books, but a building of characters that make you want to read stories dedicated to them; their story. Perfectly done.

3 -- The football background is good. Not great, we get quite a bit of it in book one, but not as much in subsequent books in this series. A shame, but I do like the backdrop.

4 -- How dangerous for a person to put all your eggs in one basket. How many people make a career choice their purpose for being? Silas was convinced he is nothing without football. How much weight does this add to the thought of failing? What impact? I can't even imagine, but the author takes us on this journey for this one man. I know you have to be driven and not even contemplate failure, but to believe you will be nothing if it happens? I thought it thought provoking. No one wants to fail, but most have a workable backup plan. We may never allow ourselves to think about it much, but we know life can and does go on. What if you don't? What if you don't allow the option? And, you wonder why so many bad decisions are made by people in sports?

5 -- Stella's situation at the end of the book. I'll try not to provide too much here -- but this may warrant a spoiler message. I commend the author for addressing this specific topic. College parties [High School too] are chock full of over-indulgence. Taking drinks from someone you don't really know, but think you do because you "see them around"? Dangerous. This frequent exposure to a certain group of people you don't know, builds a false sense of trust. Use the buddy system. But, when you go to a party with a buddy, you really have to keep that person in your sights at all times and vice-versa. We get distracted, we drink, we have a false sense of trust and bad things can and do happen. I appreciate the author addressing this topic.

What issues did I have?
1 -- So, book one had football. Detail, locker-room, workouts, training, etc. This one and then book #3, don't really. I get that this isn't an area the author is comfortable with, but when you create a series with a specific theme as a backdrop, you have to provide some semblance of the backdrop. Get me? She does such a nice job in the first book. A shame really.

2 -- The book cover. I really don't like any of the covers for this series. The colors are too dark, the art work tells us nothing really. Not attractive and almost too dark to really speak of a romance. Not sure why I dislike these so much, but I do.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

Happy Reading!

Overall Rating = 4.5 Stars
Book Cover / Book Blurb / Book Title = 1 / 4 / 3 = 2.5 Stars
Writer’s Voice = 4.5 Stars
Character / Secondary Character Development = 4.5 / 4.5 = 4.5 Stars
“Did I like” Hero / Heroine = 5 / 4 = 4.5 Stars
Story / Background Story Development = 4 / 4 = 4 Stars
“Did I like the Damned Thing” = 5 Stars
Ending = 4 Stars
Worth the Chili = 5 Stars -- [$3.99 on Amazon]
Smexy [HEAT] Rating = Mild to Steamy
371 pages

First sentence:
The flash of a camera blinds me as I take my seat at the front of the room.

Last sentence: I love Silas Moore, and I feel pretty certain that because of that, my life will never feel muted again.
April 12, 2015
Alright, this is not a five stars book. It's not even a five stars NA (*cough* The Deal *cough*). I'd say it's a four stars, four stars and a half settling on four at most. It was good but, unlike my favorite NAs, it didn't make me forget about everything.

Because, honestly, that's 80% of the reason why I'm into NA CR. Forgetting about real life. Real life sucks, but at least there are awkward girls falling in love with hot, caring guys in some parallel universe.

Why am I giving this four and a half rounding up to five stars then? I thought Cora Carmack had lost what I loved in her Losing It series with this new one, but it would appear she hasn't. I caught a glimpse of what made the characters from the other series so special, and I saw it increase with every single page. Truly, I'm incredibly excited for Torres and Antonella's book, and the way Stella's situation will be handled.

The previous book was good but didn't illogically excite me. Didn't leave me wanting for a lot more. This one did, and that's a win in my book.
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176 reviews49 followers
March 8, 2016
Oh mein Gott. Ich musste mich echt zusammen reissen damit ich das Buch nicht inmerhalb von Stunden gelesen hab ausserdem standen noch 2 grosse Prüfungen auf dem Plan. Aber es ist soooo genial. Dylan und Silas sind so unterschiedlich und passen trotzdem irgendwie zusammen. Im ersten Band hatte ich von Silas kein all zu gutes Bild aber dieses Buch hat meine Sichtweise ziemlich geändert. Das ist das wahrscheinlich beste Buch was ich von ihr bis jetzt gelesen hab und das Cover ist natürlich der Hammer. Ich liebe die Farben und das die Beschreibungen nicht schlecht passen. Hoffentlich wird Band 3 auch so gut aber jetzt heisst es erst mal warten bis nächstes Jahr...
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676 reviews249 followers
October 29, 2014
4.5 stars!!

Loved it!!

Cora really upped the steam factor that I needed from book 1. Loved both characters. Way edgier then book one and less sweet.

Excited for the next book in this series ;)
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Author 41 books1,953 followers
October 23, 2014
She fights for lost causes...he is one.

Do you hear that? That's the sound of me falling in love with Cora Carmack. I already considered myself a fan of her writing so when I got the opportunity to read All Broke Down early, I jumped on it like a spider monkey. I'll read a few chapters before bed each night, I said to myself. It'll be a nice way to relax and decompress after a long day of writing and mom'ing, I said. I told myself I would somehow force myself to see Silas in a new light (cause he was sorta jerky in All Lined Up).

Y'all. I lied to myself. I read this book in 3.5 hours from start to finish in the middle of the night because I fell in love with Silas on page 1. Page 1, y'all. THE FIRST PAGE.

I won't spoil this awesomeness, which I am officially calling Cora's BBE (Best Book Ever), by rehashing a ton of plot points because you just have to read it. It is a rare day when I can say I would honestly recommend this book to anyone. Even if New Adult isn't your fave genre, as long as you're 17+ (cause there's some sexy goodness in here like whoa), this book is for you. It was heartfelt, sweet, steamy, and holy heart palpitations good! Silas literally took my breath away on multiple occasions. And I now have a major girl crush on Dylan. I could never list all of my favorite things about this book in one review because it would get ridiculous, but when you get to that part where Silas says,

"I don't think you understand just what I want to do to you. You don't want to be mine, but if you give me my way, I'd own every part of you. I'd make sure you could never look at or touch your own body without remembering what I did to it. I'd take and take, and when you think there's nothing left, I'd take a little more."

Feel free to put your book or eReader down to fan yourself and applaud. I did.

The author is also channeling Dylan's proactive spirit and donating to a good cause! You can read more about that here: https://www.facebook.com/events/63931... and here: www.frontsteps.org.

I was so inspired (and as a writer, pretty darn intimidated) by how well this story was written and how REAL these characters were to me from the very beginning that I made this!

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888 reviews382 followers
November 21, 2014
Warning: When you start this book, be prepared to finish it. It's not the type to set down and go on with life. No, it demands to be read. To be finished.

Can I just say that I was not a Silas fan in book one. Arrogant and cocky, he just rubbed me the wrong way. I wasn't sure how Cora Carmack would make me love him. But she so did.

Silas doesn't need anyone to beat him up because he's a pro at doing that himself. He's the trash from the trailer park with the family issues that just make your heart hurt. Luckily for him, someone pointed him towards football in high school. And football was pulling him out of that awful world where he struggled just to eat and have a place to sleep. The thing is, his arrogant, cocky self takes a couple of hits and the next thing he knows, his mighty football is at risk. Makes him desperate enough to let someone in.

And that someone has her own issues. Dylan's sees something in the bad boy, Silas, that makes her want to save him. She loves a lost cause. Of course, she never expects this to be anything but a temporary thing. Right, keep telling yourself that.

I loved seeing Dallas and Carson from book one. Excited to spend more time with this football team and all it's little personalities. Seeing more books coming in this series - can't wait to see what's gonna happen with Stella. But Nell and Mateo are next in All Played Out. That should be just as good.

I love this authors story telling ability. Love the pace and the character growth. It's sexy and fun. I read it straight through. So good. If you love the New Adult genre, then don't miss this one.
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859 reviews193 followers
October 28, 2014
*Shivers* I can't WAIT to tell y'all what I thought! But I need to make sure I get the go-ahead.

P.S. I loved it!

Find my entire review on my blog: Dark Obsession Chronicles

Here is a teaser of my review:

"He ruined me."

Ladies and gents, this sums up my review in a nice little nutshell quote. What didn't I love about this book? *crickets chirping in the background* I adored this installment of the Rusk University series. I sucked it down like a tall glass of sweet iced tea on a hot day.

Silas, Silas, Silas. What are we going to do with you, Silas? You've dethroned all book boyfriends that came before you. Now, if you've read book one, All Lined Up, you may be thinking, "But wait, Silas is a douchecanoe." He hasn't made the best life choices; he doesn't have much in monetary goods, one second panties are being thrown across the room at him (pretty close at least) and the next moment Silas is nearing a new low of getting arrested. Oh, yeah, and did I mention mommy issues?
- For the entire review- click on my blog link!

Now is the part where I must disclose that I did receive an ARC from William Morrow via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
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