Goal Keeper by Sarah Nego

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Author Sarah Nego
Title Goal Keeper
Series A Pearson Players novel
Genre romance, na, sports
Number of pages
Published May 21st 2018


Received from Author in exchange for honest review


Plan the work. Work the plan. 

Luci Ryder is determined to make the most of her college education. Armed with a partial scholarship to play soccer at Pearson University she knows the next four years are going to be a lot of hard work. Long hours in the gym will be paired with even longer hours in the library. So when the team captain lays down a new rule: No dating the men’s soccer team, Luci couldn’t care less. 

Freedom. Sweet Freedom. 

Over the summer Ryan VanKamp finally realized that his long-time girlfriend was going to drive him to an early grave. So he cut her loose, along with all the connections her family could offer him after graduation. His future is up in the air, but the guys on his soccer team are ready to help him forget all about his ex. 

One little rule. 

Neither Luci nor Ryan are interested in settling down with a happy ever after. But as their attraction for each other moves out of bounds, they’ll have to decide if they’re willing to risk a red card for a potential big score. 


I enjoyed reading Goal Keeper a lot more than expected. It’s lovely and sweet story of soccer, college life and falling in love.

Luci got partial scholarship to Pearson University, she is new goalie and studies Graphic design. In order to keep her scholarships, she has to keep up her grades and play soccer. Her entire life is carefully planned out and she has no room for distractions. 

Her captain issues new rule after loosing her boyfriend, that no player is to date or party with male soccer players. Ryan plays for the male time is finally free from controlling ex-girlfriend. He sets his eyes on Luci and nothing will stop him.

I love reading about collage life, it took me back in time :). I love how hardworking was Luci. One of my favourite characters was Erin, her roommate. I like reading about their friendship. And the romance... it's definitely swoon worthy. :)))
What bothered me, was constant presence of Vanessa, I wanted to kick her ass by the end of the book. :)

Lovely book, perfect for beach reading. :)

Happy reading,



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