Gage

Gage

by Nana Malone

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BN ID: 2940157570552
Publisher: Sankofa Girl
Publication date: 05/09/2017
Series: The Player , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 56,734
File size: 567 KB

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Gage 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Tiff_Alex More than 1 year ago
This was another fabulous book in this series! I really love Gage and Becker. Them as individuals are amazing and together their chemistry is off the charts. I love that the Coulter siblings all came back to make an appearance in this book and I love that I finally saw a better side of the Coulter parents. I highly recommend reading this book, I couldn't put it down!!!
Theresakerch-28 More than 1 year ago
Score Gage is the youngest coulter and trying to go to school, play basketball to follow in all of his families footsteps, deal with his fathers illness and the family scandal about ransom. Gage's grades start to show the stress he is under so he needs a tutor where is how he meets Becker "Becks" Johnson. To watch these two meet and get to know each other and help each other is great. Nana Malone again keeps you wanting more of this series by keeping all the other family members in the story. You are rooting for Gage and Beck.
Southern_Vixen More than 1 year ago
Gage and Becker are a awesome couple and seem to complete each other. Gage was failing English and Becker had a guy (Daniel) she was trying to get off her back. When Becker and Gage cross paths and the sparks begin to fly instantly. They fall into a pretend relationship to keep his secret of being tutored and to keep Daniel from bothering Becker. Gage realizes that their is more going on with Becker and Daniel. Becker has some issues with her father and some personal issues that she need confront. Will she and Gage be able to move past their problems to have a future?
charlligirl More than 1 year ago
Where should I begin? Gage is the youngest Coulter and Becker is an only child. This was a good blend of emotions. He was always trying to measure up to his siblings and do what was expected. She was an overachiever with very high goals. She has secrets. He has secrets. They finally found someone they thought they could trust with their secrets. But then things change. Ones secret is exposed by the one trusted to keep it. Trust is broken. Trust is key to a relationship and it was nice to see it addressed in a young adult romance. This book dealt with the heavy issue of rape and violation which is more real today than ever. I felt the book left some open questions that I hope will be answered in a future book. How did the relationship survive the long distance separation during Becker fellowship? What happened with Daniel; was he expelled? Was he prosecuted? Was he convicted? In addition I still have lingering questions about the series. What happened with Brent's health? What happened with the family dynamics with the long lost sister? Did gramps ever get his comeuppance? I wonder if these questions will ever be answered.
JigsawGirl More than 1 year ago
Gage and Becker had really good chemistry. I do have to admit, that at the beginning of the book I had to keep reminding myself that Becker was the female lead. But, I didn't feel too bad when Gage told her Becker was a guy's name. Lol. Both Gage and Becker had some of the same concerns. Each coming from famous families, and all the trappings that go along. I really liked that Gage and Becker had each other's backs. It might not be something you would expect from some young adults. A sweet, sexy story where you get to follow two really likeable people to their HEA. I voluntarily read and reviewed this Advanced Reader Copy.
Adin419 More than 1 year ago
Is it possible to fall more in love with a series, the answer is just one word, Gage. As the youngest Colter he has a lot to prove and the responsibilities he has to deal with weight so much on him that he can't see what he really needs to do. Following his father's footsteps in basketball he fells he has to be the best basketball player, student, brother, and son, but as a freshman in College adjusting will prove to be a greater challenge than he understand or can deal with by himself, specially if he wants to play in the team. Failure in College or even the possibility of not playing is not an option that Gage can accepts and he will do anything he cans to succeed, even if he has to ask help. Becker is focus on what she wants and has worked very hard to get it, but studying is not all you have to do to qualify for the most prestigious internship, specially if you are a freshmen in College. Becker will find herself tutoring the guy she can't get out of her head. A surprising and interesting relationship develops from this tutoring, an opportunity that Gage will use to get what he really needs, Becks. Gage & Becks story is very sweet, full of surprises, fun, romance, love, and passion. Love this series, each Coulter is so different and they make you fall in love with the whole family, it is great to see them all together,
singneon More than 1 year ago
Love this! Gage is a great character and so is Becks. They both have family pressure to deal with. All the players have their own unique story but I think this is one of the more emotional ones. What make this player different from all the others is how he takes patience and compassion to a whole new level. There's intrigue, family drama and everlasting love in the mix. Beck's fathers behavior is appalling, I wanted to reach into the pages and smack him. Gage grandfather attitude hasn't improved. I felt sorry for the Coulter's as they deal with their father's sickness. Glad author can include previous characters without them overtaking the story. Gage isn't perfect but he is super sexy without being cocky or conceited. Anxiously awaiting to read the next one in the excellent series.
tsexygreeneyes1 More than 1 year ago
I love the book and the whole series!!! Nana alone us on fire right now. This is Gage and Becker story. It gives a realistic view of what happens in college. I actually felt like I was there because I remember my daughter telling me things like this happening. This book deals with a touchy subject with class. I love Gage and how he treated Becker and the compassion and patience he had for her. His protectiveness was on another level for a young man. Becker was a strong young woman who was dealt a bad and from her father to life in general. But to see them fall in love and to take their relationship to the next level was heartfelt, hot and sexy. I hope this not the end of the series there is still so much story to be told. Hoping and waiting!!!
christy-womack More than 1 year ago
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book Gage is the youngest of all the Coulter brothers. He feels that he has to live up to his father’s and brothers fame, so he’s feeling the pressure. He is struggling to make his father proud, be on the starting basketball team and keep up his grades as well. When his college work starts to suffer he gets a call from the academics department saying he either brings up the grades or he will not be able to play. So he hires a tutor. Becker has had a really bad experience with a jock taking advantage of her so she tends to be very guarded. Her father has her on a tight leash since her mother died and unfortunately the jock is her father’s associate’s son and exactly who her father wants her to end up with. She feels the only way to live her life is to become independent from her father at all costs. She’s trying to raise enough money to go to New York if she gets her scholarship which her father will refuse to help her with financially. I LOVED how strong Becker was and how she stood up to gramps there were parts that were so cute and funny, some sad that will make you cry and even parts that you want to slap them both silly
Naty More than 1 year ago
The serie is getting more and more interesting. Gage is the younger bother in Coulter's family. He is just starting college and trying to keep playing basketball without falling his grades, but he is not doing a good job so he mets Becker, she is going to tutor him but they already know each other and they are instantly attracted to each other. Becker has her owns demons to face Crome her past but maybe Gage can help her get rid of them. A lovingly story
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
One sign of a good series is that each book becomes your favorite. The Player series is a good one. Yep, I fell for Gage, too. The youngest sibling, he felt the stress of college grades, getting the starting spot on the Basketball team, and his dad's failing health. He didn't need to add a love life to this salad. He was being responsible, finding a tutor to help him up his grades, he sure didn't expect her to be the woman he'd been caught in a situation with as his savior. Not to mention she was hot even if she tried to hide it. Yeah, Gage is a player, but female playing is not his focus. Becker didn't date. She had her own focus and it was making a life for herself away from her father. (You'll need to read about that relationship) She avoided certain males with all she had. Since neither wanted it, of course, they couldn't seem to ignore their attraction.  This is a couple meant to be together. Their relationship is cute, filled with sexual tension, and touching. They show their loyalty, caring natures, and work ethic not seen enough today. I fell for them. I felt the ending was the best possible, (yeah we know it is a romance so there has to be an HEA) but there are all kinds of ways this could play out. The author gives us a chance to .... well you just need to read this one. Gage is a sweetie and this big-man-on-campus is adorable when he asks Becks out for a date. Don't miss this one. A strong recommend from me.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Gage has the talent. He has the dream. Yet real life keeps getting in the way. His grades are slipping, his father's sick and one chance at salvaging his spot on the team, lays in the hands of his greatest distraction. Becker is on her way to making her dreams into reality, when her fast pace hits a large speed bump. The big man on campus with the ego to match needs a helping hand. Can she let go of her preconceived notions and finally see the man. What I admire most about Nana Malone is that her stories are complex. Her sensual dance of seduction consists of every emotion under the sun. From the perfect to the not so perfect, she humanizes her characters by making them fight for their happily ever after.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Gage has the talent. He has the dream. Yet real life keeps getting in the way. His grades are slipping, his father's sick and one chance at salvaging his spot on the team, lays in the hands of his greatest distraction. Becker is on her way to making her dreams into reality, when her fast pace hits a large speed bump. The big man on campus with the ego to match needs a helping hand. Can she let go of her preconceived notions and finally see the man. What I admire most about Nana Malone is that her stories are complex. Her sensual dance of seduction consists of every emotion under the sun. From the perfect to the not so perfect, she humanizes her characters by making them fight for their happily ever after.