Going Long They fell in love in high school and found their way back to one another despite the odds But can first loves really be forever For Reed Johnson the dream was always football But then Nolan Lennox to

  • Title: Going Long
  • Author: Ginger Scott
  • ISBN: 9781301882328
  • Page: 287
  • Format: ebook
  • They fell in love in high school and found their way back to one another despite the odds But can first loves really be forever For Reed Johnson, the dream was always football But then Nolan Lennox took over his heart Is he willing to give up his first love just to keep his true love Or will he be too late Reed and Nolan s story continues in Going Long, sequel to They fell in love in high school and found their way back to one another despite the odds But can first loves really be forever For Reed Johnson, the dream was always football But then Nolan Lennox took over his heart Is he willing to give up his first love just to keep his true love Or will he be too late Reed and Nolan s story continues in Going Long, sequel to Waiting on the Sidelines.

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    1. 4 stars!I had really hoped that Going Long would be a nice, stress free book after enduring Waiting on the Sidelines, but I was wrong. This book stressed me out just as much as the first. The only difference? This time it was Nolan causing most of the stress. Reed really proved himself to me in this book. He wasn’t perfect by any means, but I was so glad to see the change in him. Miscommunication. That is the word of the day. Every single problem these two had, and all the pain they endured st [...]

    2. "Reed, life is hard. I know you know thisor think you know thisbut let me remind you. Life. Is. Hard. It's ugly sometimes, and it throws shit at you, just like a 300-pound lineman charging you full tilt just looking to flatten your ass.()Life is hard, Reed. But we get up."I adored this series. I've read those books a while ago and when I saw the price for audible of the 2nd part, I couldn't stop myself and did it again. Good thing since I have never written a review for this one, shame on me, I [...]

    3. Ginger ScottAs the author, I just want to say thank you for reading this world I created. I am honored and humbled.

    4. A WELL DESERVED 5 STARS!!"You can't mess with mistletoe. I have to kiss you, it's the rule."ARC has been kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewMY FIRST IMPRESSION I could not put this book down! This was a very well written story. The continuity and flow of the story and dialogues were really smooth and I didn't feel lost at all like you usually do when a series is written.WHAT’S THE STORY MORNING GLORY?The story begins 2 years after Nolan and Reed got together again an [...]

    5. 3 stars but only for Reed! This is the sequel to Waiting on the Sidelines and it picks up right where the first book left off, except we're finally able to read it from Reed's point of view as well.So to be honest all three stars here belong to Reed. He was no longer a hormonal adolescent, and was growing up from a cocky, naive College student into a man. And he finally had all his shit together. Ms. Scott did well with this one!But Nolan was a bitter disappointment. Gone was the Nolan from the [...]

    6. What is better than a 5 star rated FULL story (ahem! No cliffhanger.) with a happy ending? The sequel that is also 5 star worthy that not only is a continuation of the beautiful story between Nolan and Reed but is a complete story unto itself!The second book spans Nolan and Reed's college career with a little glimpse of the future which I always enjoy the epilogues that show us the happy ending. Written with both Nolan and Reed's perspective that gave me a deeper understanding of both characters [...]

    7. ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review4 starsGoing Long is the followup to Ginger Scott's Waiting on the Sidelines. It picks up 2 years later, with Nolan and Reed still in a committed relationship while attending different colleges.Reed is expected to be drafted for football and has tough decisions to make, while Nolan wants to finish school with her degree in special education. She doesn't want things to change, but its always inevitable.Reed really grew as a character and an adult with [...]

    8. I finished the first book in the series and immediately picked up this book, I think that says a lot about these books.This book picked up two years into Nolan and Reid being in college They are going to separate colleges and is anybody who has ever been in a long distance relationship knows there are some hills and valleys involved with this Add in the pressure of Reid being a star quarterback and debating whether or not to enter the draft Also some other tragedies and mistakes And you have a v [...]

    9. I liked the book.But there was so much unnecessary drama that it almost killed me. In some aspects the story was a little unreal and that's because I couldn't put myself instead of the characters.In my relationship I never felt the need to hold anything back and especially not a (view spoiler)[pregnancy (hide spoiler)] and then to not talk for that much of a time. I couldn't fathom it. I always talk with my hubby who was my boyfriend for 9 years before we married. Every little thing I tell him a [...]

    10. 4.5 STARS There is something about Reed and Nolan that just hooks you right into their story, that makes you want to be their best friend. That can only be credited to Ginger Scott and her ability to draw the reader in to the lives of her characters.I fell in love with Nolan in Waiting On The Sidelines, I was obsessed with her and Reed. I couldn’t get enough and I wanted to seep myself into the pages and shake them when I was on the verge of a fit because of them.In Waiting On The Sidelines we [...]

    11. ★★★★NO SPOILER ALERT NECESSARY★★★★I kept the spoilers to a minimum while giving my blogger’s perspective on the book itself. Nothing was spoiled.:)Oh and I added a few quotes at the bottom! :) (9-18-13)(I blogged this review at: BooksMoviesFandoms.wordpress )Going Long – release date: October 1st, 2013.My Blogging Review of Going Long: Waiting On The Sidelines 2:I was given the fabulous opportunity to read an advanced copy of Going Long: Waiting On The Sidelines book 2, thank [...]

    12. 12/31/2013 --Overall Rating = 3.5 StarsBook Cover / Book Blurb / Book Title = 2 / 3 / 4 = 2.5 StarsWriter’s Voice = 3 StarsCharacter Development = 3.5 StarsStory Appreciation = 3.5 StarsWorth the Chili = 5 Stars -- [$2.99 on ]Smexy [HEAT] Rating = Mild243 pagesI just had to read this story after loving the first in this series so much. I'm very glad I did. As I was reading, there were many times the prose and the storyline was just sappy. Oooy Gooy syrupy sappy, but it seemed to work.Special N [...]

    13. Enter to win it on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews (9/30 -10/04).Just as WAITING ON THE SIDELINES followed Nolan and Reed through 4 years of high school, GOING LONG spans over their college years in a love story that is honest, steadfast, and stands the test of time. While high school proved how loyal Nolan was to her one true love, college years tested Reed in much the same way. Reed is every bit the football star everyone thought he would be and is expected to earn a coveted first round-draft pick [...]

    14. 5 Beautiful Stars ARC kindly provided by Netgalley.I loved Waiting on the Sidelines and was so excited to be able to read Going Long immediately after finishing the first one. I like to keep the flow going so to speak. We pick up with Reed recounting why he loves Nolan and how she saved his dad's life and how they have moved onto a serious, committed relationship. This story actually picks up as they are juniors in college, and juggling a sort of long distance relationship. They make time to see [...]

    15. 5 University of Angst stars! I thought I had enough of the angst ridden love story of Reed (sexy, epic football player and horrible communicator) and Nolan(sexy,athletic, poor girl with low self esteem and a deep love of all things Reed.) This book just made me wish Ginger Scott wrote for Friday Night Lights while it was still on the bubble. Her take on high school to college football would have sent them to the top of the ratings. This story continues from book 1. If you have not read Waiting o [...]

    16. 5 HEA STARS!!!I didn't think I could like this story any more than Waiting On The Sidelines, but somehow I did!!! Going Long takes off where WOTS ended. What an emotional roller coaster that kept me on my toes and on the edge of my seat! For such a YA book, it had all of the elements that I love in a great story!! The fact that it had a little suspense thrown in theree fact that it was NOT predictable like most other YA books aree fact that I LOVED every charactereven the ones I HATED like Jason [...]

    17. This review can also be found at chiquitablogger.wordpress I swear, this series could go on and on for years, and it would be happy as a clam!I adored the first book, and at the time, didn't know there was going to be a second one, and I wanted more! So, I was totally stoked to find out about Going Long!And holy wow, it delivered! There was more grown up angst and drama in this book, but the same issues were underlying (Nolan's insecurities for example) I'm so sad the story of Nolan and Reed is [...]

    18. 4.5 stars!This book brought so many different emotions; one minute I was laughing and another I was full on crying with tears. I loved the conclusion of Reed and Nolan story. This book was such a roller coaster, I went from wanting to hug the characters to scream at them.Ginger Scott has a way of making you feel like the characters are real and you are with them through their journey. It's amazing that this is her first series It's wonderful and should be on your TBR list!

    19. I loved this book just as much as the first book. I felt like Reed grew up as a character, even though he still had his stupid tendencies. I got to know him more as a character. I love Nolan. She is such a bad-ass character. However, she made more mistakes in this book than Reed did. I still love them. Overall, an amazing read.

    20. Loved the seriesI guess what really got me about the book is how great of a fit this couple was. Ok n I'm secretly crushing on Reed. But thoroughly enjoyed. Can't wait to check out the rest of what this author has to offer

    21. Yes I read this right after, at home, til 1 AM cuz I could not put the freaking book down. REED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *squee* full review to comeeeeeeeee!!!!!

    22. So, hopefully you have read Waiting on the Sidelines BEFORE you decided to tackle this book. If not, please do so, you will not only be confused, but you are going to miss out on the beauty of the story that is Nolan and Reed.Waiting on the Sidelines ended right as Nolan and Reed were starting college. This book starts two years later. Nolan and Reed are still together, trying to make a long distance relationship work in spite of the odds stacked against them. The great thing about this book is, [...]

    23. *** AudioBook Version ***After listening to book one, I just had to jump right into this book to see what happened between Reed & Nolan. As I predicted after reading book one, the road to their happiness was anything but easy. There were so many times while reading I was screaming in my head "For love of all that is holy, communicate people!!" When it wasn't Nolan keeping things to herself (which I wasn't a fan of AT ALL), it was reed assuming things instead of asking Nolan about it. The dra [...]

    24. Nolan and Reed's continuing story after high school. Can they fight their way through to the other side and find happy ever after

    25. I wanted to share my early pre-release review here on of the beautiful conclusion of the Waiting On The Sidelines series.Here is my review straight from my blog page 'BooksMoviesFandoms' at wordpress . com★★★NO SPOILER ALERT★★★I kept the spoilers to a minimum while giving my blogger’s perspective on the book itself. Nothing major was spoken about.Going Long – release date: October 1st, 2013.Our Blogging Review of Going Long: Waiting On The Sidelines 2:I was given the fabulous op [...]

    26. Going Long continues the story of Reed, Nolan & friends but they are now in college, apart but catching up frequently. More to follow.

    27. Going Long, by Ginger Scott is the second installment to Waiting on the Sidelines. And I'll be the first to admit, that I'm exhausted and tired of the "popular/cool high school guy, who every girl wants, but who starts to fall in love with the not so popular, but extremely pretty girl" story. I'm bored of seeing a guy who does whatever he wants, completely change, and turn into this perfect man because of that girl.It's OLD NEWS(there's only so many times I can read a story with this same basic [...]

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