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Scoring Wilder

4.0724,328 votes • 1,997 reviews
Published 15 Jun 2014
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Publisher R.S. Grey

What started out as a joke— seduce Coach Wilder—soon became a goal she had to score.
With Olympic tryouts on the horizon, the last thing nineteen-year-old Kinsley Bryant needs to add to her plate is Liam Wilder. He's a professional soccer player, America's favorite bad-boy, and has all the qualities of a skilled panty-dropper.
• A face that makes girls weep – check.
• Abs that can shred Parmesan cheese (the expensive kind) – check.
• Enough confidence to shift the earth’s gravitational pull – double check.
Not to mention Liam is strictly off limits . Forbidden. Her coaches have made that perfectly clear. (i.e. “Score with Coach Wilder anywhere other than the field and you’ll be cut from the team faster than you can count his tattoos.”) But that just makes him all the more enticing…Besides, Kinsley's already counted the visible ones, and she is not one to leave a project unfinished.
Kinsley tries to play the game her way as they navigate through forbidden territory, but Liam is determined to teach her a whole new definition for the term “team bonding.”
A fun & sexy New Adult Romance (age 17+)

"Scoring Wilder" Reviews

- Philippines
Fri, 24 Jun 2016

2 Frustrated Stars
After reading R.S. Grey's With This Heart last year, I looked forward to reading her other works because I simply loved her writing style and her swoon-worthy characters. Scoring Wilder is my second R.S. Grey read. Sad to say, it didn't live up to my expectations.
Reasons why I didn't like this book:
> The heroine.
Okaaay this is getting so old and you guys are probably sick of hearing me say this, but I really hate annoying characters! Kinsley Bryant is one of those. At first, I didn't mind her dry humor and slut-shaming attitude but the more I read, the more she gets on my nerves. Here's a thing about Kinsley Bryant, soccer superstar and voted the #1 sexiest soccer player in the world. She's too perfect to be true. She actually has it all. Beauty, fame, good family background. But her attitude really sucks. I hate her opinion towards other people. Also, I can't believe she's a soccer superstar with the kind of attitude she has while she's on the field doing her daily drills. I don't know but I expect A-list athletes like her to be somewhat dedicated to their goals and ambition to succeed, but I see none of those. Instead, she's mostly distracted. Almost all her attention was focused on Liam Wilder, her sex-on-legs, hot-as-fuck coach. And oh, don't even get me started on how she always thinks about sex even when she's in the middle of a practice. Ugh.
> Unbelievable side characters
I really find Kinsley's team mates annoying. Seriously, if you guys are a team, why would you waste so much time hating each other just because you're competing for a guy's attention instead of focusing on your game. That is just so dumb.
> Insta-love
All in all, I didn't enjoy this book. There were sweet moments, of course, but that's it. I still want to read more books from R.S. Grey, though. I heard Chasing Spring and The Allure of Julian Lefray are good! :)

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- Greece
Fri, 04 Apr 2014

What a funny, sweet and hot book! This book was amazing! I didn't know what to expect from "a soccer romance". But for the second time R.S. Grey managed to impressed me with her writing skills! First I have to say how much I laughed in this book! There were so many funny moments, especially between Kinsley and her friends!
I was intrigued from the first page and especially after reading this quote:
"Cheat on me once, shame on him. Cheat on me twice...what the actual fuck is going on?"
After this I was sure this book was definitely for me :))))
Our story begins with Kinsley, who is a soccer star at ULA! She isn't very lucky in her personal life, her last two boyfriends she had cheated on her. So she decides to have fun on her birthday party! There she meets Liam Wilder, the star of the LA Stars the top soccer team in the US and the resident bad boy of LA!!!
The attraction between them is so obvious from the first moment they meet...but what will happen when Kinsley learns that he will be her coach for a few months???
I loved these two characters and wanted so badly to see them together!
Kinsley is a lovable character! She was beautiful, smart and hilarious! I loved her and her friends! Liam...mmmm Omg! What I can say about him? He is compassionate, hot and loyal He was amazing and only had eyes for Kinsley! They were the perfect match, they fit so well together! The sexual tension between them was painful because they both tried to stay away from each other!
The plot is so entertaining! If you need something refreshing and funny this is what you need! Thank you so much R.S. Grey <3333 I hope we get another book from you very soon!
Arc generously provided by R.S. Grey in exchange for an honest review.

- Athens, 35, Greece
Mon, 17 Aug 2015

*5 "More than Peanut M&Ms" stars*
(or 5 I-wanna-have-your-babies-Liam-Wilder stars)
Dear R.S. Grey,
You have won a place among my favorite authors' shrine.From now on I shall worship thee daily and brainwash my friends to read your books.(More like threaten them but that's a minor detail.)
I could go on and on and on blabbering about Scoring Wilder,but I decided to highlight the reasons you should read it/the reasons I loved it/the reasons it left me in the end dancing like this
Ok fine,it was more like this
(don't get your hopes up mates,there's still blabbering,it's just well-structured)
-Game of Thrones,Hunger Games and Harry Potter references.

If only we actually were in Harry Potter.I’d totally Crucio her ass.Yeah, that’s right, I’d use one of the Unforgivable Curses.Come at me,Ministry of Magic.

-Great (and not so great) characters.I've saved a special entry for Liam and Kinsley,but the secondary characters were amazing as well.I adored Becca,she is the friend I always wanted,funny and supportive and a little crude sometimes,with a big big heart and an even bigger mouth.Emily,Penn,Coach Davis,even the mothers were kickass!Of course there were certain somebodies *cough*Josh*cough* that gave a new meaning to the word asshole,but they added to the story!And Tara,hell reserves special seats for people like you.
-Sweet,funny,sexy.RS Grey's golden rule applies there perfectly.My state while reading Scoring Wilder varied between giggling,awwwing and blushing.There were side symptoms as well,like erratic heartbeat and shortness of breath,and I'm pretty sure I spend a great amount of time like this
Can I say I’m a reformed bad boy without sounding like a tool?

But he is a bad boy.And a good boy,all at once.Surprisingly caring,extremely understanding,off the charts sexy,candy lover,gets-you-pregnant-with-a-stare-sexy (wait,I already mentioned sexy whatever it's worth repeating),tattooed soccer player.Anyone else who wants to have his babies?
-It would be unfair to finish this list without mentioning Kinsley.I absolutely loved her,besides her smart humor and her love for Liam and her friends,she was dedicated to her goals,always wanting to become better and driven by passion and determination.She wanted something,she got it.Period.
And now you (yes you who are reading this and wonder when I'll finally shut up)!
PS Scarlett it's a tie between Liam and Julian,can I please have them both?

- Prague, Czech Republic
Fri, 09 May 2014

Don't hate me but this was really bad.
I admit that I picked this book up mainly because I'm huge fan of forbidden romance stories. Imagine my disappointment while reading this book. It has to be the least exciting story about forbidden love ever. Where was the real thrill? The situations that would make my heart speed up with adrenalin? This story made me feel nothing. It's not enough to tell me how characters are feeling if I cannot feel it myself while reading.
Do I sound harsh? I'm sorry. I don't want to hurt anyone. This book was just not for me at all. All the drama surrounding "romance" between main protagonists was annoying and boring to read about. I'm putting romance in quotations marks on purpose because there was no believable romantic connection in this novel. I just wasn't buying the fact that Liam and Kinsley would risk so much for sex or flirt since they basically knew nothing about each other but how they look...
And just a little reminder at the end. This is purely my subjective opinion. What didn't work for me, may be loved by others. Afterall, many of my friends did enjoy this book so I would recommend to check other reviews before deciding if you want to give Scoring Wilder a chance or not.
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Mon, 05 Sep 2016

4 'she did it' stars!!!

She believed she could, so she did

1. I'm a soccer player so hence a 10% of my happiness towards this book
2. Liam Wilder is 80% of my love for this book.
3. Kinsley's dry humor and her thoughts are 5% of my love for this book.
4. Becca overall is the other 5% of my love for this book.
Kinsley is a nineteen-year-old soccer player who may have it rough when it comes to relationships and love, but her first love never let her down, soccer. She's a freshman in college and is trying to follow her dreams and be invited to play in the Olympics, but Kinsley wants one thing that can jeopardize her college career and her dream. What is it? You mean, whom? Oh, it's Liam Wilder.
“He’s my coach. My off-limits coach. He’s like chocolate, and I’m like pickles. They shouldn’t be mixed...
Unless...chocolate-covered pickles? No.”

You're wondering what the big deal about Liam Wilder is? He's the twenty-five-year-old tattooed bad boy star player for the LA stars. The media gives him a bad rep but on the field, no one can deny that he's a one of a kind ball player, but he's also now....Kinsley's soccer coach. Having Liam as Kinsley's coach meant:
1. He's off-limits
2. Don't have dirty thoughts about him (impossible not to)
3. He's off-limits
4. You can't touch him (how could you not?)
5. He's off-limits
6. You can't have any relationships with him (FUCK THESE RULES)
Being the mature, witty, responsible, funny and beautiful Kinsley as that, she is.. she broke all those rules. The chemistry between Kinsley and Liam were electric, and everyone saw it. They had their ups and downs, but you knew that they wanted to be with each other, but they knew the consciouses that would have came with it. Liam and Kinsley were in the spotlight now and had to be careful with everything they did. Liam had his rep to look after and Kinsley had her future/dream to protect.
"You're acting like a child," he hissed, his grey eyes flashing darker than usual.
I leaned in close and narrowed my eyes. "Funny. When you were on top of me on Saturday you didn't think I was a child."

Yes, they were forbidden. Yes, it went against the rules. Yes, Kinsley dealt with the consciouses. Yes, Liam was worth it. Yes, I want Liam to myself. Yes, I want to slap Tara and Josh. Yes, Becca is the cutest thing ever. And, yes, I love this book and will say it a million times.
This was one of those reads where when you start it you don't want to put it down, and when you do put it down, you just want to pick it back up and continue from where you left off. I LOVE when the heroine is an athlete because I'm able to relate to her so much more considering I'm an athlete as well. I could relate with Kinsley in so many ways, and I loved the type of person she was and how she dealt with situations. If we're completely honest if we were in her shoes we would have done the same thing ;) Liam is cool, calm and collected but has a playful side which adds onto his sexy side and whenever he speaks you just want to hang on him like a koala and claim him as your own.. Lucky Kinsley.
He shook her hand, and I thought I saw a little blush across his tan cheeks. "Hello, Mrs. Bryant."
"My daughter has talked my ear off about you for the past few weeks now," she admitted, and then I was the one with flushed cheeks.
Liam's cool gaze slide toward me.
"She's exaggerating, I hardly mention you at all," I winked.
Liam glanced back to my mom wearing a cheeky half-smile. "That's not surprising to hear. Your daughter is definitely in love with me, Mrs. Bryant. She hasn't told me yet, but she will soon."

*THUMP* whats that? My heart falling from chest because cuteness overload.

One of the MAIN things I loved about this book were the dialogue and banter. Every character (or side character) said something funny to me, and I honestly loved everything that came out of their mouths. I sometimes love reading books where it isn't always serious and that we can laugh and just enjoy the book without thinking someone is going to die or drama along the way. There was drama in the story don't get me wrong, but I liked how the author lightened the mood with Becca's outbursts or Kinsley's comments and thoughts.
The moment Becca spoke, Liam's hand retracted from my back as if he was awakening to the fact that he was touching me almost inappropriately. Oh, it was inappropriate. His hand had been resting just two inches above my shorts. Which is above five inches above my vagina. So... yeah, he was basically touching my vagina.

I ran over to open my bathroom door and shouted for Emily. "Em, are you sure you don't want to come with us? We can put together a cute costume really quick!" I knew the answer would be no. She'd told us yesterday when we invited her to go shopping that she was going to stay in and Skype with her boyfriend. We had, of course, made fun of her for having Skype sex, and she blushed for an hour straight. Seriously, it was too easy.
"Yeah, I'm sure. Call me if you guys need a ride or anything!" Emily answered, already sitting at her computer with Skype open.
"Fiiiine, but don't forget to use protection.. you don't want your computer getting a virus,"

I don't even know why you guys continued to read this review all the way to the end. You should have purchased the book probably after the first paragraph. What are you doing!? STOP READING AND GET YOUR HANDS ON THIS BOOK!!!
"Wildcats on three," Coach Davis instructed, and then counted down.
"Wildcats!" we all screamed together in unison

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Alex Morgan will be my Kinsley Bryant.
And Gerard Piqué will be my Liam Wilder.

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- The United States
Tue, 25 Nov 2014

I scored with this book. I was looking for a NA genre book that would have some fun college drama in it. I needed to change up what I've been reading lately because everything I’ve read has been sad. A person can only handle so many sad books before it starts to affect their mood.
Kinsley is a the hottest up and coming college soccer player. As a freshman she has a promising career in soccer. The sports world is rooting for her to make the Olympic team. Unfortunately, her personal life is not the best in the guy department. Both her former boyfriends cheated on her, not with each other, which has left her a little weary of the male species.
Liam Wilder is a professional soccer player who has a bad rep. His sponsors want him to clean up his act. To please his sponsors he has volunteered to help the college women’s soccer team get ready for their upcoming season. When I think of HOT soccer players my mind always goes to David Beckham. Since I was picturing David Beckham as Liam...I found this younger picture of him since Liam is 25 years old.
Things begin to heat up when Liam and Kinsley find they have an undeniable attraction to each other. Just one problem… date the coach and you will be booted off the team.
Kinsley and her teammate, Becca, come up reasons why she shouldn’t think about her hot volunteer coach:
(1)Cheated on by two ex boyfriends.
Conclusion: guys are dicks. Don’t date them.
(2)GOALS: Olympics and ULA training schedule -> NO TIME FOR GUYS!
(3)He’s COMPLETELY off limits. (Kicked off team off-limits.) BACK AWAY FROM HIM STAT.
(4)He’s a badboy. (Reformed or not) Refer back to #1 and multiply it by ten.
(5)He doesn’t like me. And/or actively hates me.
Scoring Wilder is a fun sports romance. I’m a fan of sports movies especially ones based on true stories. But don’t get me wrong, I do like those fun ones too -> STICK IT and BRING IT ON. Scoring Wilder was a combo of those two movies with MEAN GIRLS thrown in. If you’re looking for a sexy sports book with some college drama thrown in then pick up this book.
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