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Sacked
     

Sacked

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by Tabatha Vargo
 

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When Sawyer Reed wants something, he gets it.
And I WANT her.
She doesn’t know it yet, but she’s already mine.
Her resistance is futile because once I start a play, I always follow through. And I ALWAYS win.
Nothing, not even the deep-seated hate I have for my rival, Jacob Byrd, is going to keep me from my end game.
And my end game is

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When Sawyer Reed wants something, he gets it.
And I WANT her.
She doesn’t know it yet, but she’s already mine.
Her resistance is futile because once I start a play, I always follow through. And I ALWAYS win.
Nothing, not even the deep-seated hate I have for my rival, Jacob Byrd, is going to keep me from my end game.
And my end game is Gretchen Cole.
But I have to keep my head in the game. Everyone knows what happens to a quarterback when he loses focus. He gets SACKED.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152706086
Publisher:
Tabatha Vargo
Publication date:
11/24/2015
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
301,208
File size:
1 MB

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Sacked 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think the book had potential but the main character was way beyond arrogant and the terms he used to describe sex were disgusting. It was a total distraction to the story line. I couldn't even finish the book.
skyla11377 More than 1 year ago
Review Of Sacked By Tabatha Vargo I have LOVED Tabatha's books ever since I read Little Black Book back in 2014. Sacked did not disappoint. Sacked had my undivided attention with it's first sentence. I'd tell you what it was but what fun would that be. You have to read this gem of a book for yourself. Tabatha is such a phenomenal writer that I must warn you that once you pick up one of her books you will be hooked for life. One more thing you may or may not want to have a box of tissues handy. Just saying....lol Sawyer Reed is used to girls falling at his feet to be with him because is suck an amazing quarterback. Let's face it, he has the looks, the charm, and what girl doesn't love a quarterback. Even with those things going for him he doesn't have the one girl he wants falling at his feet and that would be Gretchen Cole. Sawyer has to pull out all the stops to get Gretchen to give him the time of day. Gretchen Cole is a no nonsense kind of girl. She see's all the girls fawning all over Sawyer and she wants not part of it. Gretchen is on a mission and nothing Sawyer Reed says or does is going to change her course of action. But Gretchen has a secret, that if it got out, would ruin all her well laid plans. Sawyer pursues Gretchen like it's his life's mission, while Gretchen's well placed wall is starting to crumble where Sawyer is concerned. These two strong willed individuals try to fight their attraction but it doesn't seem to be working but all that glitters is not gold and forces beyond their control factor into their lives. I really can't say anymore with out spoiling this book for somebody. There is so much more that goes on that will having you saying omg or what the heck. Tabatha knows how to tell a story and she definitely knows how to make that story HOT! If you are looking for a great book with great characters, hidden agenda's, childhood rivalries, or just an all and all great book than Sacked is the one for you. If you are new to Tabatha's work Sacked is a good introduction. Everyone adult 18+ needs to run out and pick up their copy of Sacked and let Sawyer and Gretchen tell their side of the story.
micharch More than 1 year ago
Sawyer Reed meets Gretchen Cole and is intrigued by her. She doesn't swoon and fall at his feet like the other girls on campus. Gretchen is hiding some serious secrets and wants Sawyer to pay. Gretchen was hard to like throughout this book. She had hidden agendas, lies and manipulated Sawyer and then played with him throughout this book. When her secret finally comes out and Sawyer gets upset, she says he's being a jerk when really she set this whole thing in motion. Sawyer is no saint but he never claimed to be. Gretchen strung him along and then backed off when her guilt would get to her. She could have done the right thing from the beginning and saved all of them some trouble and heartache but she didn't. Even though she knows Sawyer lashes out she still blames him for doing just what she expects. It took some sad twists and is not for anyone looking for a bright, sunshiny story. The epilogue was nice and well done.