I finally read the conclusion to the Fulton U series! (I’m kinda in denial about it.)
What’s “The Fourth Time Charm” About?
“Are you sleeping with my daughter?”
Not a question I want to hear from my coach. The man holding my pro future in the palm of his hand.
The answer: No.
The real answer: I’d sure as hell like to be.
Marisa’s been my best friend since third grade. And now she needs my help—and a place to stay. Senior year was supposed to be the year to keep some distance until the season finished and my draft prospects were safe.
But resisting her is becoming impossible. Movie Thursdays under the blankets. Study sessions on my bed. Wild party nights where I kept any guy interested at bay with a single glare.
Her dad can bench my ass for the entire season, so she’s off limits—for now.
She’s the only woman I’ve ever loved. And one heated night, I can’t stop fighting every cell in my body and can’t stop myself from sampling her sexy smile, her sweet smell, and her sultry curves.
We’re walking a tightrope with my future on the line. Let’s just make sure Coach doesn’t find out…
Rating: 5/5 Stars
I loved this conclusion to the Fulton U series. Not only were there a few cameos and mentions of the other couples from the previous books, but we also got to finally see LJ and Marisa’s story play out after having it teased throughout each of the other books!
I loved the two of them as best friends, and couldn’t wait to see them get together. It was interesting (and messy) how their journey played out, especially with the consequences for LJ’s football career at Fulton U. More background was added to Marisa’s relationship with her dad (and LJ’s coach), and it was cool to get to see some of the awkward dinners that had been mentioned in previous books.
Overall, I thought that this was a good ending to the series, and I’m glad that I have it in physical form instead of just Kindle! (The color of the title…that teal! I’m obsessed!) I’d highly recommend this book (and series) to anyone looking for new adult/college romance, especially those who love the friends-to-lovers trope. Since it is new adult, I’d recommend it for 18+ due to some of the sexual content, but y’all do you.
*As always, my disclaimer for new adult books: they have more sexual content than young adult ones! It’s basically (not always, but with this series!) the nature of the genre, so read at your own risk!