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review 2018-11-01 13:06
Reasons
Big Stick - Kelly Jamieson

This is book #7 in the Aces Hockey series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader enjoyment, and understanding of the series, I recommend reading in order.

 

Jodie and Nick know one another through mutual friends.  When their friends think they should move in together, it becomes a series of awkward conversations.  Single-mom Jodie cannot afford to get involved with someone too quickly.  Can she be near him and not lose her heart?

 

Nick is everything she wants and is hard to stay away from.  Little does he know while he pines for the elusive Jodie, she also pines for him.  When they learn to see eye to eye, maybe this could be love after all.

 

This was a slow burn.  The characters had good interaction and the book was at a good pace.  What I liked best was the real touch of the honest way a single parent would react.  This title has lots of heat, plenty of heart and an endorsement from me.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.

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review 2018-07-17 08:10
Release Blitz w/Review - Playing Hurt

 

He’s playing hurt. She’s laying low. And they’re both flirting with disaster. Playing Hurt by Kelly Jamieson is AVAILABLE NOW!

 

 

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“Kelly Jamieson is my go-to author for hockey romance.”—Jami Davenport

 
He’s playing hurt. She’s laying low. And they’re both flirting with disaster.
 
Chase: The last thing I’d ever want to do is let my team down. After overcoming my bad-boy reputation, I was dominating on the ice. But things aren’t going so well this season, and even my parents think I’m partying again. Now I’m really worried about my career. The only bright spot in my life is the Twitter flirtation I’ve struck up with pop princess Jordyn Banks. Turns out she’s a huge hockey fan—and she’s willing to wager a date on her favorite team. . . .
 
Jordyn: Even though I’m an L.A. fan now, I’ve always had a soft spot for the Aces, since I grew up in Chicago. Then I lose a bet to Chase Hartman, and suddenly I’m up close and personal with a pro athlete who’s anything but soft. Not only is Chase the hottest guy I’ve ever met, he’s secretly super sweet. As if I had time for a relationship . . . yeah, right. But when I suddenly have nothing but time on my hands, he’s the only one who understands. Now, with both of our careers at stake, Chase is tempting me to put my heart on the line too.
 
 
 
 
Playing Hurt (Aces Hockey, #6)Playing Hurt by Kelly Jamieson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book #6, in the Aces Hockey series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. To avoid spoilers, and have a better understanding of this amazing series, I recommend reading these books in order.

Chase is definitely off this season. Then it hits a bright spot when he strikes up a social media conversation with a celebrity. His life now appeared to be on an upswing.

Jordyn is a busy person in her own right. Also a hockey fan, she loves the Aces since she grew up near them. Talking to Chase is a bright spot in her life too.

This was such a sweet and sexy story. I loved the characters, and honestly did not want to let go of them at the end of this book. I found this to be a prefect fit for the series, and a great hockey based romance.


***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher, in return for an honest review.

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About Kelly Jamieson:
 
Kelly Jamieson is a USA Today bestselling author of over 40 romance novels and novellas. Her writing has been described as “emotionally complex”, “sweet and satisfying” and “blisteringly sexy”. She likes black coffee, white wine and high heels…and of course cheering on her Winnipeg Jets during hockey season!
 
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review 2018-06-25 14:21
Unrequited (Fallen Aces MC Book 1) - Max Henry

BLOODY HELL THIS WAS AWESOME!!!!

I can't remember the last time I read a book in this genre that was THIS intense, scary, intriguing, and heartbreakingly beautiful as this story is.

I mean WOW! And just imagine how ticked I was with the way the cliffy landed. But I was just as equally giddy about the fact that I had a "Free Lending Book due" at Kindle. So King & Elena's conclusion is about to be devoured by yours truly. ;)

Get this book people while it is still free. You will not regret this one.
I am on to their conclusion 


#HappyIntenseReading :)

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review 2018-06-22 04:14
Hold On
Playing Hurt - Kelly Jamieson

This is book #6, in the Aces Hockey series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To avoid spoilers, and have a better understanding of this amazing series, I recommend reading these books in order.

 

Chase is definitely off this season.  Then it hits a bright spot when he strikes up a social media conversation with a celebrity.  His life now appeared to be on an upswing.

 

Jordyn is a busy person in her own right.  Also a hockey fan, she loves the Aces since she grew up near them.  Talking to Chase is a bright spot in her life too.

 

This was such a sweet and sexy story.  I loved the characters, and honestly did not want to let go of them at the end of this book.  I found this to be a prefect fit for the series, and a great hockey based romance.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher, in return for an honest review.

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review 2018-04-28 19:09
IN REMEMBRANCE OF OLD EAGLES, 1914-1918
German Aces of World War I: The Pictorial Record - Norman L.R. Franks,Greg Vanwyngarden

Here is a comprehensive grouping of the roughly in access of 350 German airmen (pilots and observers who served in artillery-spotting, bombing and reconnaissance units on the various fighting fronts) who were officially credited with shooting down at least 5 enemy aircraft in combat during the First World War. 

Many of the available photos of these airmen are contained in this book. They give the reader a tangible sense of the people who flew in the first air war. These airmen - through the listings of their dates of birth and death, manner of death, highest rank achieved whilst in service, and units with which they served in combat - in a larger sense, live again. "GERMAN ACES OF WORLD WAR I: The Pictorial Record" is highly recommended for any aviation enthusiast and student of World War I.
 

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