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review 2017-09-18 00:09
Complications on Ice (Boys of Winter #3) by S.R. Grey
Complications on Ice (Boys of Winter Book 3) - S.R. Grey
  1. R. Grey scores a hat trick with the third book in the Boys of Winter series, COMPLICATIONS ON ICE.

NHL star, Benjamin “Benny” Perry, decides to get back at his coach by dating his daughter, Eliza Townsend.  He doesn’t plan on falling for her and the complications that come along with it.  This contemporary sports romance is suitable for new adult and adult audiences.  It primarily takes place in Las Vegas.

 

We met Eliza in the previous book.  I was looking forward to her story, and I was not disappointed.  I like how the novels overlap. A lot of stuff was going on with Eliza that we had no clue about.  She went through a lot.  She grows up tremendously in a short amount of time.  I like Benny.  He is a former substance abuser.  He matures throughout the story.  He is a sweet guy.  I didn’t really like that they both wanted to get to know each other before having met each other, but I like the way that the story played out. 

 

The plot was clever and believable.   There were numerous obstacles and twists that kept the story interesting.  I like how Drew Chidders was incorporated into the book.  I wouldn’t mind hearing his story down the line.  The baby food diet was amusing.  COMPLICATIONS ON ICE was skillfully written and flowed well.  I had a hard time putting down this book.  I’m looking forward to Dylan’s story, CAUTION ON ICE.  I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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review 2017-09-15 03:10
In Too Deep (The Blackhawk Boys, #5) by Lexi Ryan
In Too Deep (The Blackhawk Boys) (Volume 5) - Lexi Ryan

Lexi Ryan scores with IN TOO DEEP the fifth book in the Blackhawk Boys Series.  I couldn’t wait to read this story.  Mason Dahl and Bailey Green have been involved since the first book to the series.  Their relationship is complicated, and there was so much more going on than what you gathered from the previous books.  Mason and Baily got married in Las Vegas while at the bachelor/bachelorette party in book four, FALLING HARD.  Now Mason has devised a plan to try to win Baily over for good, but he’s on a short timetable to convince her.  This contemporary football romance is suitable for new adult and adult audiences.

Lexi Ryan did an amazing job with her character development.  Mason and Baily come from different means.  Regardless they have many similarities and make a fantastic couple.  They care about each other deeply.  Mason and Baily try to protect each other in their own way.  They both are very human and make mistakes.  They have difficult obstacles to overcome and become stronger for it.  

The plot was clever and believable.  Mason’s relationship with Gulf Gators NFL franchise owner, Bill McCombs, puts an interesting spin on the story.  Mason’s ex-girlfriend, Lindy, also creates some compelling turbulence. It amazed me what a great guy Mason turned out to be with Christian Dahl as his father.  It must have been his mother’s influence.  We discover multiple life-changing secrets that both Mason and Baily have been keeping.  I like that the story spans over four years, flashing back and forth in time.

I love this series.  Each book is extremely powerful. After reading every novel, I think there is no way that Lexi Ryan can match or top the previous story.  She has amazing done so.  If you follow the Blackhawk Boys series, you won’t want to miss this story.  If you haven’t read this series, you could probably read this book as a standalone, but I think you would enjoy it more if you read the series in order.  Every book is skillfully written and a worthwhile read.  I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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review 2017-09-05 05:12
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Bad Reputation: A Bad Boys of Sports Novel - Nicole Edwards

Cassie and Chase have been best friends since college.  There has never been anything romantic between them.  Not until a crazy night in Vegas.  Then it all changes.

 

Chase has always been interested in Cassie.  As a best friend, and as a woman.  She thinks he is with all these other women, but he is not.  No one can hold a candle to Cassie.  If they can overcome an assumption that is incorrect, maybe there is a chance at a bright future.

 

This was such a lovely and hot story.  So intense, but really fun.  I always love best friends stories, (I married mine, after all.)  The heat and friendship in this book are very much worth the read.  I cannot wait to read the next book in the Bad Boys of Sports series.  I give this story a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!  

 

 

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

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review 2017-09-04 22:16
Delivering Decker by Kelly Collins
Delivering Decker: The Boys of Fury - Kelly Collins

 

The enigma that is Kelly Collins strikes again.  Delivering Decker is an empowering tale of bravery and fear.  Hannah is a woman determined to not be a statistic.  She's survived neglect, abuse and poverty, fear will not rule her life.  Decker is the flip side of the coin.  He has money and the name to back it up, but not the happiness.  Secrets have rocked his world and left him at his lowest. What happens when the man who has it all, crosses paths with the woman fighting to stay afloat? Let the healing begin.  Ms. Collins writes tales of faith.  She pulls back the mask and exposes the ugliness that makes us human and the spirit that gives us the courage to survive.

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review 2017-09-04 11:44
Book Review - Bad Boys After Dark: Carson by Melissa Foster
Bad Boys After Dark: Carson - Melissa Foster

Carson got me from the very first page with 'his rich cocoa eyes', from then it just got better and better!  The electricity between Carson and Tawny simply burnt through the pages as I read, stunning.

Prompted by her dying father asking her if she had any regrets, her loveless marriage and her lost dreams, Tawny takes the big decision to make her life worth living.  She divorces, moves to Paris and starts to put her life back together, there was just one thing stopping her from moving on.....Decades of lustful memories from her student times with her real true love and 'experimental' lover Carson.  Both Carson and Tawny had grown so much more than intense lovers in their passionate time together, they were soul mates, and if they had only communicated, owning up to their feelings for each other, they would have prevented so many lost years. but instead sharing none.  Was that the end of the dream?  Oh absolutely not, from the moment they re-connected it was the beginning of a new chapter creating another exciting and passionate ride.

Carson's kindness and love for Tawny absolutely melted me, the never-ending love they had for each other brought such an emotional edge to the story.  The way Carson's family and friends embraced Tawny into their lives brought Melissa's familiar sense of loyalty and friendship to the story.

Another wonderful steamy read that will surely take your breath away.  I'm so looking forward to joyful Brett next and the woman who tries to tame him down!

 

https://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/book-review-bad-boys-after-dark-carson.html

 

Source: beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/book-review-bad-boys-after-dark-carson.html
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