Kulti by Mariana Zapata

Kulti

16 hours and 13 minutes“Trust me, I’ve wanted to punch you in the face a time or five.”When the man you worshipped as a kid becomes your coach, it’s supposed to be the greatest thing in the world. Keywords: supposed to. It didn't take a week for 27-year-old Sal Casillas to wonder what she'd seen in the international soccer icon - why she'd ever had his posters on her wall or ever envisioned marrying him and having super-playing soccer bab...


Details Kulti

TitleKulti
Author
Release DateMar 20th, 2015
GenreRomance, Sports and Games, Sports, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance, New Adult
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Reviews Kulti

  • Christy
    2015-10-30
    5+ German Chocolate Cake stars! “He was my coach. And I was his friend. Or something like that.” OMG THIS BOOK! Kulti is one of those books that has been sitting on my TBR soon pile for months and months. I never found the time to read it, then I saw it was on audio so I made the time. I’ve read 14 books so far this year and it is by far the BEST book I’ve read so far. My first 5+ star read of the year! Kulti is a soccer book, but it...
  • Mo
    2015-05-27
    I loved this one, just loved it. First off, I love football ... that is "soccer" to a lot of you. I love the World Cup, the Champions League, The UEFA Championships... I was the girl who stood in the pissing rain at Terryland Park to watch Galway United because my then boyfriend, now husband, supported the team. The FA Cup Final is on this weekend and I will be glued to it, even though I don't support either team in the final... He annoyed me, bu...
  • Ana
    2015-11-25
    A well known fact about me: I can't play sports. I am the least athletic person you'll ever meet. I hated gym class with a passion. I also have an irrational fear of balls. Don't laugh, it's a real condition. It's called sfairesphobia. In elementary school, I'd been forced to play volleyball. And it went something like this Working out has never been my strong suit. Basically the only thing I can do is- That is the extent of my exercise.However,...
  • Val ⚓️ ShamelessBitchySKANKY ⚓️ Steamy Reads
    2015-04-30
    4 Slooooooow Strong StarsSo not gonna lie, I went into this book completely blind. I didn't read any other reviews on this before starting (which is typical for me). Shit, I didn't even read the blurb (which is NOT typical for me). All I know is that I was "packing" my kindle for my recent vacation and this book was kind of like that random extra bottle of full size conditioner you throw in your suitcase right before heading out the door, because...
  • Candace
    2017-02-01
    Check out more of my reviews at www.bookaddicthaven.comI've had this book sitting on my TBR for a long time. I had put off reading it for a few reasons, but the most notable reasons being that: 1) I am not a sports fan - at all- and I was worried I wouldn't enjoy it since this story was centered on two athletes; and 2) I was worried that I'd be disappointed after reading so many fantastic reviews for this book. Now that I've read it, I can say th...
  • Mysza
    2015-05-29
    "Every single thing that has ever happened in my life has led me here, Sal. Destiny is a ladder, a series of steps that takes you where you're supposed to go. I am the man that I am, and I have done the things that I've done, to get me to you." The story is about twenty-seven-year-old Sal Casillas, who is a professional football (or soccer for some of you) player. Throughout her child and teenage years, she had a big crush on now retired German ...
  • Jennifer Kyle
    2015-06-20
    4.5 Stars ”He was my coach. And I was his friend. Or something like that.” Truth be told, I’m not a huge soccer fan but I played sports in my early years so reading about a professional female player is a total win for me. This sports theme book is centered around a full soccer season taking our heroine and her new coach through a slow building friendship to more. Sal, our heroine is a professional soccer player who finds out that her team...
  • Didi
    2015-03-27
    10+++++ STARS!!!!!I haven't read a book in awhile that has left me so affected, so happy, so...GAH! I LOVED IT, LOVED IT, LOVED IT. I'm feeling particularly confused right now because I want to say so much but I don't know how! So to save time and space, I'll point out what I loved, adored, gobbled up so much:1. SOCCER, SOCCER, SOCCER. Love that sport. The World Cup? It's a Holiday at my house where everything can wait until 'The Game' is over. M...
  • ◆ Anna's ƦªϻƁℓℹռg$ ◆
    2016-12-20
    4 STARSBoy this was....Long. Really, really LONG. And slow. But I liked it. I liked it A LOT. Because, let me quote from the book: "What a fucking douche-bag!" I'm not going to lie. I was struggling in the beginning until I reached the 30% mark and then finally, finally the story caught my interested. Sal is a likable heroine and although I admire her strength, I didn't connect with her one hundred percent. But Kulti? He is...PERFECT.It's amazi...
  • Saffron
    2015-05-30
    5" Million" Stars!!! I am fine.I am okay. No wait....Jesus!! This is epic, you guys! Epic!!!I have been having shitty luck with books lately. Even if I like something I don't love it. I only see flaws. How the story is dragging...or how the ridiculous amount of fillers are getting on my nerves...the stupid, cliched plot twists...blah..blah..blah...It's like I am cursed or something...In the midst of chaos, I found this little gem. I am a big rea...