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review 2020-03-04 04:29
Growing
For the Win (Wynn Hockey, #4) - Kelly Jamieson

This is book #4, in the Wynn Hockey series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To avoid spoilers, and to fully understand & appreciate the series, I recommend reading these in order.

 

Harrison AKA "Harry" has found the woman he wants to marry.  Too bad she won't give him even the simplest coffee date.  He is not sure what he has done to turn her off.  Maybe he tried too hard?

 

Arya has trauma and secrets in her past that she really does not want to share with anyone else.  Her best friend knows and that is enough.  If only she wasn't really attracted to a certain hockey hottie who makes her temperature rise!

 

This story is told with kindness and humor.  I was impressed as it has some controversial topics that it touches on.  Very realistic, yet such a great story.  The heat is on!  This read was definitely hot, as it should be when we talk about hockey players.  I loved the banter, and the characters brought both gentle and sexy out to play.  I consider this a great read and an excellent addition to the series.  I give this read a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

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

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review 2020-02-26 00:32
For the Win (Wynn Hockey, #4) by: Kelly Jamieson
For the Win (Wynn Hockey, #4) - Kelly Jamieson

 

 

Full steam ahead takes on a whole new meaning when describing a Kelly Jamieson novel. Harrison and Arya are hot enough to set the heart racing, the hormones raging and tempers flaring. Prepare for an uphill battle that will turn up the heat with a bit of hard to resist charm.

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review 2020-01-24 03:38
Firecracker: A contemporary romance by: Kelly Jamieson
Firecracker: A contemporary romance - Kelly Jamieson

 

 

Slow burn gives way to unforgettable. Firecracker sneaks up on emotions, playing peekaboo with the heart. Jamieson takes a different approach this time around. Arden and Tyler missed their chance the first time. Can each let go of the heartaches of their past and take a chance on finding a happy ending together? Stroll through a new beginning that will steal away with your heart.

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review 2019-12-15 03:34
All's Faire in Middle School
All's Faire in Middle School - Victoria Jamieson

Audience: Middle School

Format: Hardcover/Library

 

Imogene! Come down from that tree!

- first sentence

 

 

Imogene (Impy) works at a Renaissance Faire and has been homeschooled her entire life. She decides that her quest to become a knight will be attending middle school. The story realistically portrays the difficulties and challenges girls face at this time in their lives. Impy makes some questionable choices, but she eventually realizes that everyone makes mistakes and she finds ways to atone. She has difficulty understanding the cliques and double language kids use and wonders why girls say mean things when they are supposed to be your friend.

 

This is a great book for middle schoolers and anyone who enjoyed Roller Girl by the same author. I've noticed some reviewers question the content. At one point the girls are reading a romance novel that they hide in Impy's backpack. At home, Impy is looking at the book and writes the word "sex" in her notebook. Impy's mother starts to have "the talk" with her, but Impy changes the subject quickly and it never comes up again. This kind of stuff happens in real life and there is nothing inappropriate, but parents should decide for themselves.

 

In my opinion, the positive messages and relatable real-life story make this book a must-read.

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review 2019-11-19 22:33
Wynn Hockey #3
Win Big (Wynn Hockey, #3) - Kelly Jamieson

This newest addition to the Wynn Hockey series brings us Everly and Wyatt, the good girl and the good-time guy. Except things aren't always as they seem, and there's more to both of them than what people see on the surface. This one is a bit more serious than what we've seen in the series, but Kelly Jamieson's wit is still present, especially in the banter between Wyatt and Everly. Both characters are likable and relatable, and their chemistry comes through even when they're butting heads. Win Big also focuses more on the Wynn family dynamic than the gameplay, so if you've followed the series, you get to catch up with past favorites in addition to falling in love with this couple. As this is part of a series, it should be noted that this book can stand on its own. There is a continuing story of upheaval within the family, but it isn't hard to figure it all out with the information the author gives us. There's also a handy little who's who in the front of the book to help keep the family members straight. As for this one, the story is engaging, the characters are well-drawn and likable, and it's a good mix of serious and not so serious. All in all, a solid addition to the series. 

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