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Publisher's Summary

@UofJ411: Who's the girl? #CasanovaWatch #CasanovasMysteryGirl 

They call me Casanova. 

Football god. Ladies man. Campus celebrity. 

Guys want to be me and girls want to bed me.

Commitment? What's that? 

Then I saw her - tiny, gorgeous, and oh so...mine. 

Mason Nova is an egotistical jerk. 

Player. Persistent. Pain in the Pom-Pom. 

I don't care if he's the star of the gridiron or how tight his end is. 

I know his stats both on and off the field. My answer will always be no. 

The last thing I need in my life is another charmer who's looking to score. 

Looking to Score is book 1 in the U of J Series and is an enemies-to-lovers, new adult, college sports romance. If you like pint-sized sass queens for heroines, and too-charming-for-their-own-good playboy heroes, you'll love these two. There's banter for days...so much so that these two characters are the stars of books 1, 2, and 3. All out now.

©2020 Alley Ciz (P)2021 Alley Ciz
  • Series: UofJ, Book 1
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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Loved this college sports romance!!

Oh my heartstrings, Alley Ciz! Looking to Score by Alley Ciz was just a fantastically written college sports romance! This book is the perfect start to a the #UofJ series. I instantly found myself falling and swooning over Kayla and Mason.

Jason Clarke and Maxine Mitchell narrate this audiobook, and are just Mason and Kayla perfection! Jason Clarke brings his signature growly tone to Mason's witty, a little bit cocksure, and swoon-worthy personality. Maxine Mitchell's ability showcase all of Kayla's doubts, passion, and determination is spot on. This is just the beginning of their relationship journey, and I know there are many more challenges and obstacles these two will have to overcome. In addition, Ava Erickson was the cherry on top with her performance of the @UofJ411!

If you love a HOT, hunky college football star, a sassy and free spirited cheerleader with a little bit of mystery, hilarious and supportive side characters, delicious steamy times, and a plot with total gossip girl vibes, then you will adore this book. However, this book does end on a cliffy, so I will immediately be starting book 2, Game Changer as soon I finish typing this review because I need answers!

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Enjoyed my 2 Favorite Narrators Telling the Story

I really enjoyed hearing two of my favorite narrators telling this story, but the story is all about hiding who her brother is...not a very exciting topic to write a story about.

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Left me confused and let down

It wasn't until after I started this book, that I realized that it was a trilogy of the same couple, not just a series of standalones, as most University series are. So not only was I disappointed by the cliffhanger that I wasn't expecting or wanting, I was bugged by other things throughout the story. For instance, this is book one of this series, but is clearly a spin-off series, and the previous characters are fairly relevant to this story. Not only do they pop up throughout (I assume, as it felt like we were supposed to know these people), but EVERYONE went by a nickname, most of which were just an initial, and it was insanely hard to keep track of all these people. And it wasn't just the people, their college was UofJ (and I'm still not sure what that J stands for, I don't think it was ever mentioned) and the teams that the cheerleaders worked for were all called by their abbreviations. It was just too much. Add in that this was basically an instalove story and the big cliffy ending is one of those plot-points that could have been avoided with a simple conversation, but I now expect it to drag into the next book (or maybe two!) when it could have easily never happened at all, this book was basically doomed for me from the beginning.

BUT, all of that being said...I feel kind of invested in these two, so if I ever find the audios at the library, or Audible Plus or something, I would probably pick them up, but it's not something I will continue if I have to pay full price for the rest of the series, I wasn't THAT into it.

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I would have enjoyed this more if I had the backstory for Kayla. Should have previous books on Audible too

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Why is it 3 books long?

The main female character has an aversion to social media but they way they go about dragging out why is irritating. The whole story could have been shortened and told in one book. The couple fall in love way too quickly after knowing each other a very short amount of time without trusting each other with important details. I found Kay, MFC, a pathetic mess who was setting a bad example for her ‘sister’ with her Jedi hide and it will go away mind set. The books are no where near the amazing writing of the Savvy/Noble duet and I can only hope when the author gets around to writing Carter/Emma or the story of whoever ends up with Tess she does the characters justice and not this really whiny diatribe about the woes of social media and the people it effects inability to handle their shit.

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Struggled to complete When in a relationship, sharing truth is always the best option. I did like the banter between the friends.

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Wow!

Alley Ciz had me hooked from page 1! I have to say this is the first time I have heard narrations by Jason Clarke and Ava Erickson but I love them! They both really put the passion behind the words. They really made the book come to life. I will definitely read more Alley and look for more books narrated by Jason and Ava.

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Love Mason & Kay!

Mason “Casanova” Nova is the star tight end of the U of J Hawks. Kayla Dennings is the girl who wants to stay under the radar but still catches Mason’s eye. The endless banter between Kay and Mase was one of my favorite parts of this book. I love the epic friendships that Alley creates in her books that always make you want to be a part of their crew. If you love sports rom coms and enemies to lovers this one is for you! I loved this book and will be impatiently waiting for book number two to see what happens next for Mason and Kayla!

I originally read this book but had to listen when they came out on audio. Jason and Maxine are perfect as the voices for Kayla and Mase and brought this story to a whole new way. Alley has a lot of scenes with many characters and both Jason and Maxine did a great job in distinguishing all their voices so you can follow along. Ava comes in as the voice for the U of J 411 and does a great job giving you a Gossip Girl feel to the book. I enjoyed listening to this book and highly recommend them.

Warning: This book ends on a cliffhanger!

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What the heck was that ending!?!?!?!? Grrrrrrr!!!!! So this books is absolutely amazing but that ending has me chucking my kindle access the room!

This is another amazing sports romance from Alley Ciz, and I assume there is a HEA coming at some point, but clearly you are going to make us wait for it! I love the whole crew of friends in this book, on both sides. They are fricking awesome!

Kay and Mason are absolutely adorable! I love their dynamic together.

I really need to know how this story is going to play out!

I also cannot say enough awesome things about the audiobook. The narrators all do a wonderful job with bringing the story to life!

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amazing

This was absolutely amazing and the perfect way to bring the story to life. I love this story and this made me love it even more.

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#Kaysonova

Oh, man! Cliffhanger alert! 🚨🚨🚨
I wanted to send Alley a shouty caps message for ending the story where she did. But, I had to applaud her evil genius. It was also the perfect place.

This book... I DEVOURED it.
SO GOOD.
It has everything you would expect from an Alley Ciz book - humour, steam, drama and crazy conversations. Seriously, I live for the crazy fun banter in these stories - it’s my kind of crazy. #friendshipgoals

So, so, super excited for the next book!
I NEED IT.

Jason, Maxine, and Ava absolutely NAILED the narration.

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