Sunday, September 29, 2019

Book Spotlight on Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays by Terry Spear (GIVEAWAY)

Two wolf shifters ready to start their future together find themselves having to deal with their pasts first in this sensual and suspenseful holiday-themed romance.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays by Terry Spear, then add this paranormal tale to your bookshelf.  In honor of this ninth installment in the Silver Town Wolf series make sure to fill out the form below for the chance to win 1 of 5 copies of the first book in this series too!

Silver Town is howling with Christmas cheer
Gray wolves Meghan MacTire and Sheriff Peter Jorgenson plan to spend the rest of their lives together, and what better time to start forever than Christmas? But they are both harboring dark secrets that are about to surface and threaten their future together. With holiday magic in the air and all Silver Town ready to celebrate, Meghan and Peter have to conquer the past if they’re to have any hope of spending this Christmas in each other’s arms.


“I have to change clothes,” Meghan MacTire said to her sisters, Laurel and Ellie. She was feeling a little anxious about the date she was going on with Sheriff Peter Jorgenson tonight, since she needed to tell him about her psychic ability to speak with and see ghosts.
Running their Victorian inn in wolf-run Silver Town, Colorado, had been keeping the triplet sister busy during the holiday season. And now it was just ten days until Christmas. Meghan had hoped she and the sheriff could go to her home for an intimate dinner and watch Christmas movies, like they’d been doing whenever they could get the free time. But tonight he wanted to take her out to the Silver Town Tavern. The food and atmosphere were great there, and it was private membership, so only wolves were allowed. Still, it wasn’t as relaxing after a hectic day. Especially when everyone in the pack was wondering if Peter and she were mating. If not, other bachelor males in the pack were waiting in the wings. Some were sure to see her and Peter at the tavern and would be keeping an eye on their relationship.
“Do you think he’s going to ask you tonight if you want to mate him?” Laurel asked. Her sisters had been dying to know when Peter would pop the question. They were both mated to Silver brothers and couldn’t wait until Meghan was mated as well.
“I don’t know. I’ll let you in on it if it happens, you know.” Meghan had been dating Peter for over a year now, not really typical but everyone was different. Sam and Silva, owners of a tea shop and the tavern, had dated for years before they finally tied the knot. Peter didn’t seem to be in a rush to ask Meghan to mate him, and she needed to discuss some issues with him that could affect how he viewed her.
Besides her ghost abilities, she had sent a wolf to prison before she moved to Silver Town, something one of their kind was never to do, and she hated to tell Peter. Even if he could live with what she’d done, she didn’t want anyone else in the pack to know. Would he be willing to keep her dark secret? Or would it bother him that he had to?
She could imagine the news getting out to the rest of the pack, and she knew some would no longer see her the same way. She wished that night had never happened, but it had. And there was nothing she could do to take it back.
She’d been so hurt the last time she’d mentioned it to a wolf boyfriend that she never wanted to discuss it with anyone again. The ex-boyfriend and her sisters were the only ones who knew. But she had to tell Peter before long. Tomorrow night. She couldn’t do it at the tavern. She had to talk to him privately about it before he asked her if she wanted to mate him, and she thought he might ask soon. She kept thinking something might be holding him back too, some dark secret of his own. Unless she was projecting her own mistake on him.
Meghan managed a smile for her sisters before she became too melancholy thinking about the notion. She pulled on her coat and headed for the back door of the inn.
“Have fun,” Laurel and Ellie both said.
“Thanks!” Meghan hurried outside to reach her Victorian house through the snow-covered garden. Just in case Peter proposed, she planned to wear a red satin dress, hoping she didn’t look too overdressed, as if she was expecting something to happen. But it was Christmastime, and she was going to dress up since she didn’t normally.
When she arrived home, she went upstairs to her bedroom and pulled the dress out of the closet. Maybe it would be a little much. Too dressy. Too shiny. Too sexy. Maybe she should just wear a green sweater and her MacTire plaid skirt and boots.
She brought them out and laid them next to the red dress on the canopied Victorian replica bed. She stripped out of her slacks and sweater and considered both outfits. It was cold out. Really cold out. And snowy.
She eyed the red dress. She’d never worn it for Peter. Hopefully, it wouldn’t be the wrong choice. She pulled off her bra and put on the red strapless one she’d purchased to wear with the dress. Then she pulled on the dress and struggled to reach the zipper on the low, low back. Darn it. She couldn’t reach it, no matter how hard she tried. She’d only worn the dress once—to a Christmas party two years ago when she and her sisters still lived in St. Augustine, Florida—and she’d forgotten she needed help with the zipper.
Before Peter arrived, she called Laurel. “Hey, I can’t get my zipper zipped. Can either you or Ellie come over and zip it up for me?”
“Ohmigod, you’re wearing the red dress. I’ll be right over. Unless you want Peter to zip it up for you.”
Right. Hurry, before he gets here.” Meghan hated to ask. She knew Laurel would tell Ellie that Meghan was wearing the dress, created to hook a guy for sure. Yes, it was an eye-catcher, but she’d never caught a wolf’s attention while wearing it.
She brought out her red high heels before Laurel arrived. If Peter proposed, she wanted to be dressed for the occasion, though she reminded herself they still had to talk before she could say yes.



USA Today bestselling author Terry Spear has written over sixty paranormal and medieval Highland romances. In 2008 Heart of the Wolf was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year and in 2016, Billionaire in Wolf’s Clothing was a Romantic Times Top Pick. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry also creates award-winning teddy bears that have found homes all over the world and is raising two Havanese puppies. She lives in Spring, Texas.  Visit Ms. Spear at her website HERE.


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Saturday, September 28, 2019

Book Spotlight on A Dash of Christmas by Samantha Chase (GIVEAWAY)

Two people who’ve been sworn enemies for years find comfort in each other’s arms as they try to figure out what they want out of life in this heartwarming and sensual tale of frenemies-to-lovers.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of A Dash of Christmas by Samantha Chase, then be sure to add this holiday-themed romance to your bookshelf.  In honor of this tenth installment in The Montgomery Brothers series make sure to fill out the form below for the chance to win 2 bundles of the first four books in this series too!

With a dash of Christmas magic...
Two people who have spent most of their lives being rivals...
Learn a little something about following their hearts...
Carter Montgomery broke the family mold when he went to culinary school. Now a successful restauranteur, he’s at a crossroads: should he continue on his successful path or look for a new challenge? What he needs is time alone to think things through. But his matchmaking family has other ideas...
Emery Monaghan’s no-good fiancĂ© has embroiled her in scandal and she needs a way out. When mentor Eliza Montgomery offers her a refuge, she’s relieved—until she realizes that the deal means rubbing elbows with Eliza’s son Carter—Emery’s childhood nemesis.


“Don’t go.”
His voice was raw and it wasn’t hard to tell there was a battle waging within him. Normally, Emery enjoyed watching Carter squirm and struggle, but for some reason seeing him this emotional after a call with his mother affected her in a way she didn’t expect.
She felt compassion for him—a need to comfort him and tell him it was going to be all right.
She made her way toward him. “I think it would be best for everyone if I did. You didn’t deserve to be blindsided like this, and I’m sorry it happened this way. I truly believed you were aware of what was going on and you were coming here specifically to work on the book. I had no idea your trip here had nothing to do with it or that you were so against giving it more attention.”
Carter’s shoulders sagged a little. “At any other time…”
“I know,” she said softly, moving a little closer. “I get it. Hey, there isn’t anything I can do about whatever else you’re dealing with, but on this particular subject, I can. I’ll work with the files you sent your mother and I’ll make it into something closer to what she’s looking for, okay? And in the meantime, I’ll stay out of your way so you can have at least one night’s peace.”
They stood in silence for a long time, and as much as Emery wanted to pack and get out of his way, she couldn’t seem to make herself move. In all the years they had known one another, they had bickered and poked fun at each other and essentially gone out of their own way to make the other miserable. It was what they did. It was comfortable. But right now, she couldn’t think of a single snarky or antagonistic comment.
And that freaked her out.
Swallowing hard, she took a step back. And then another. Next thing she knew, she had spun and was walking back to her bedroom, mildly trembling. She went straight to her closet and pulled out her weekender bag. Knowing she wasn’t going to be going out or doing anything other than vegging in her hotel room, she walked over to her dresser and pulled out a couple of pairs of yoga pants, a few T-shirts, a pair of pajamas, and a pair of shorts and tossed them in the bag. Next, she opened her lingerie drawer and was pulling out a handful of panties when a large male hand closed over hers. Gasping with surprise, she turned and found herself face-to-face with Carter.
While they both held her panties.
Emery wanted to be outraged—or at the very least annoyed that he had invaded her space when she was clearly trying to be the bigger person here, but for some reason she couldn’t seem to make herself speak or react.
What was happening to her?
“This is crazy,” he said, his voice deep and low and borderline hypnotic.
So he felt it, too? This sudden, crazy pull toward one another? The change in the air around them?
“I already said I didn’t want you to go, Em,” he went on and that’s when she realized what he was talking about.
Forcing her gaze away, she carefully pulled her hand and underwear from his. “I think it’s for the best.” Then she moved away, tossing her garments in the weekender bag along with the rest of her clothes. For a few minutes, she busied herself collecting odds and ends—her laptop, her e-reader, her iPod—before going into the bathroom and grabbing her toothbrush, makeup, and brushes. Anything else she needed she’d get from housekeeping. When she walked back out into the bedroom, she found Carter sitting quietly on her bed.
And her weekender bag emptied.
Okay, now she was outraged.
“Seriously, Carter?” she cried. “Why can’t you just let me do this?”
He shrugged. “I already told you. It’s not necessary.”
“To me it is! There’s no reason for me to stay here. And, might I remind you, I’ve been a thorn in your side since we were kids!”
It pleased her that he paled a little at having his words thrown back at him.
“I would think you’d be thankful that I was leaving,” she said, hating the tremor in her voice. “One less thing for you to worry about.”
The curse that flew out of his mouth followed by a huff of annoyance didn’t really surprise her. This was them. This was the relationship they had. And honestly, she preferred this to the strained silence and whatever it was that she was feeling just minutes ago.
Carter stood and walked over until they were toe to toe. “What I said to my mother,” he began and then stopped. “What I mean is, that was said in the heat of the moment and really, it couldn’t have been news to you. I’ve been telling you that to your face since we were twelve.”
“Eleven, but…whatever,” she corrected and smirked when he growled with frustration.
“That! That right there is why I said it! Can’t you just let some things go?”
Me?” she cried. “How about you? I was being the bigger person here! I was putting your feelings first, and where did that get me, huh? I should be in a cab on my way to a hotel with room service, but instead I’m here arguing with you again! Why couldn’t you just let me leave?”
They both instantly fell silent and Emery felt herself holding her breath while she waited for his answer.
“What’s the matter?” she finally asked. “Is it possible the arrogant Carter Montgomery has nothing to say for himself for the first time in his life.”
Yeah, she was taunting him, but…she needed to. Needed things to be like they always were. If she didn’t get them back on solid ground—back on the familiar turf of a lifelong rivalry—she wouldn’t know what to do. For years she’d been aware of Carter as a person. She couldn’t deal with suddenly being aware of him as a man.
When his only response was a slight tick in his jaw, she figured she’d poke the bear a little more. “Did you burn the sauce? Is that why we’re not eating yet? Or maybe you realized all that pretentious crap you bought was no better than grabbing a couple of slices from the pizzeria on the corner.” She noted he seemed to be almost inflating before her eyes—his posture straightened, his shoulders seemed to grow broader...
Go big or go home, right?
Leaning in, she said, “I bet you really don’t know how to make homemade pizza. At least not good homemade pizza.” She let out a devious little laugh. “Probably thought I would be too naive to know the difference. You probably could have served up one of my frozen pizzas and I wouldn’t know the difference.”
He was breaking molars now, no doubt.
“Not that it matters. I’ve got some microwave popcorn I can have for dinner, along with the last brownie. That’s the kind of stuff I can count on—and will probably be a lot more enjoyable.”
This time when Emery tried to move away, Carter’s large hand on her arm stopped her.
She had to hide her smile of satisfaction. “Problem?” she asked innocently.
“You’ve got a real smart mouth, Emery, but you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.”
“Oh, really? Care to explain?”
But he shook his head. “As a matter of fact, no. I don’t.”
She shrugged. “Fine, whatever. Now, if you’ll excuse me, my dinner awaits.”
“If you so much as think of making popcorn for dinner, I’ll strangle you,” he said, tugging her closer.
When she leaned in until they were nose to nose, she said, “I dare you.”
“Such a smart mouth,” he said right before he claimed it.




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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Book Cover Reveal for Trying to Score by Kendall Ryan

Readers have reason to celebrate this upcoming release of an attorney who’s hired by star hockey player Teddy to keep a past sex tape secret...she’s especially drawn to the case as she’s the other person on the tape.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Trying to Score by Kendall Ryan, then add this third installment in the Hot Jocks series to your bookshelf when it releases on November 12th!

“Make a sex tape,” they said.
“It’ll be fun,” they said.
Spoiler alert: they lied.
I’m an overworked attorney, but hey, at least my latest case is an interesting one. I’ve been hired to help my friend Teddy keep a sex tape he made years ago private. And considering Teddy is a pro hockey hunk with a huge reputation and an even bigger following, this news can’t get out.
Plus, I have an extra interest in making sure that tape never sees the light of day. Because the other person in that video?
Is me.




A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen titles, Kendall Ryan has sold over 3 million books and her books have been translated into several languages in countries around the world.
Her books have also appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than 70 times. Ryan has been featured in such publications as USA Today, Newsweek, and InTouch Magazine.
She lives in Texas with her husband and two sons.
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Book Tour for Closer by Kylie Scott (REVIEW)

As part of her Stage Dive series Ms Scott has returned with the exhilarating, sexy, and suspenseful read of a bodyguard protecting the body of a flirty plus-sized model when a stalker sets his sights on her.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Closer by Kylie Scott, along with my impressions of this novella that’s part of the 1001 Dark Nights collection, then add this romance to your bookshelf!

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kylie Scott comes a new story in her Stage Dive series...
When a stalker gets too close to plus-size model Mae Cooper, it’s time to hire some muscle.
Enter former military man turned executive protection officer Ziggy Thayer. Having spent years guarding billionaires, royalty, and rock n roll greats, he’s seen it all. From lavish parties through to every kind of excess.
There’s no reason some Instagram stylista should throw him off his game. Even if she does have the most dangerous curves he’s ever seen...




Readers are once again brought into the delicious world of the Stage Dive series with its rock stars, their significant others, as well as a few new additions who are making this series even richer.  From the first page to the last this is a novella that’s a quick read, one that kept me on the edge of my seat but wasn’t too over-the-top when it came to the drama.  Told from the viewpoint of plus-sized model Mae, readers will find themselves holding on for dear life as danger comes ever closer to her while her bodyguard Ziggy grows ever closer to her too.

Mae Cooper lives in the same building as the Stage Dive family which makes her part of their family too, especially when she needs help the most as a stalker has started sending her troubling “gifts”.  Enter Ziggy Thayer, the strong and stoic bodyguard whose actions here speak louder than words.  Though he wants to keep things professional between them, as he wants to be a success in his business, it’s not long before the connection between them becomes too combustible to ignore and as danger comes closer he ends up putting his heart and his life on the line to keep her safe.

This was an entertaining read with a very likable heroine, one who was easy to relate to.  She’s a plus-sized model with insecurities that all of us feel, a bit feisty as she says what she means, which made me like her all the more.  When it came to Ziggy though, he was much more of a mystery.  Quiet and commanding I found him a sexy hero with a sensual vibe surrounding him which made his interactions with Mae extra sizzling.  With the POV of this novella strictly coming from Mae though meant readers never get a complete picture of Ziggy.  While I liked him I never felt like I got to know him fully.  I also enjoyed reuniting with many of the members of Stage Dive as they’re a fun-loving and supportive group.  I especially enjoyed seeing Mal Ericson who’s always good for a laugh and who is still my favorite character in this series.  I’m also looking forward to the future with the presence of Adam, a protege of the band, and Ziggy’s brother Bon. They both tempted me fully and I hope they’ll both take center stage soon.  Ms. Scott continues to shine with a novella that was short in length but long on entertainment and I recommend it to those wanting a bit of afternoon delight.

My rating for this book is a B+

*I got this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.


Kylie Scott is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. She was voted Australian Romance Writer of the year, 2013 & 2014, by the Australian Romance Writer’s Association and her books have been translated into eleven different languages. She is a long time fan of romance, rock music, and B-grade horror films. Based in Queensland, Australia with her two children and husband, she reads, writes and never dithers around on the internet.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Book Tour for Silent Music by Aisling Magic (Review & GIVEAWAY)

It’s an emotional journey to be found amongst the pages of this book as a young couple finds themselves torn apart by fate with the power of music and love bringing them back together.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Silent Music by Aisling Magic, along with getting my impressions of this powerful romance, then add it to your bookshelf when it releases on September 30th.  In honor of this unforgettable romance make sure to fill out the form below for the chance to win an unsigned print copy of this book too!

Brought together by passion;
Separated by destiny.
She’s his muse.
His love.
His inspiration.
And he refuses to let her go.
For nearly two years, Kai Eastwood has watched Phoenix Banks lost in a state of coma.
Singing the songs they wrote.
Remembering the moments they spent together.
Missing the kisses they shared.
Holding hope.
But how long can hope be held when, with each new day, Phoenix slips farther away?
Maybe this time
When the music fades.
And the silence invades.
Their song will begin.



From the moment I read the premise of this book I was immediately drawn to it.  It’s an emotionally intense read, one that pulled at my heartstrings while warming my heart.  It’s young love at its finest, most precious, in a touching story that pulled me in with each turn of the page.

Kai and Phoenix are a wonderful couple, one whose love is truly tested after a coma tears them apart, before their combined love of music brings them back together.  In a tale told via flashbacks, as well as where their relationship is once Phoenix comes out of her coma, things certainly aren’t easy for this couple as they have to find each other again as Kai especially has changed.  He’s a rock star now, one who could have anyone he wants.  Kai’s love never wavered though, even with everyone telling him to move on he was only ever devoted to Phoenix.  Because of his devotion Kai endeared himself to me and with each turn of the page made me fall for him even more.  Phoenix too showed an inner-strength in not only rebuilding her life but in rebuilding her love with Kai.  On a whole they were just perfect for each other and I felt honored watching their romance play out.  Along with this unforgettable main couple came a small cast of secondary characters that were supportive to the main couple who leave me wanting to know more about them.  Phoenix’s sister and Kai’s brother I was especially drawn to and I enjoyed their fun and supportive connection to this couple as it added to the realism of this story.

There was much to like about this story courtesy of a couple whose love is meant to be and who get put through the emotional wringer, alongside readers.  There’s a lot of angst along with plenty of sweet and sensual exchanges.  While some people dislike flashbacks they were essential to this story as it laid the groundwork for their journey to HEA.  I hurt when they hurt but it was a journey that was richly rewarding by the turn of the final page.  While there was much to like about this book there were just a few quibbles I had.  There was a bit of roughness when it came to the narrative, comments are made that are never addressed again, and the dialogue felt a bit off too at times. Though Kai has become a rock star it wasn’t very apparent as he didn’t seem to be living the lifestyle.  The story felt like it needed a bit more time as well to wrap it up fully, but despite these imperfections I still found this a heartbreaking journey that ultimately warmed my heart and soul.

My rating for this is a B+

*I got this book from the author for review in exchange for my honest opinion.


Aisling Magic is a twenty-something author who can either be found writing about people falling in love or has her nose buried in a book well past her bedtime. She enjoys chocolate, cello music, rainy nights, long drives, traveling the world, and Chris Hemsworth.
About her books: She writes romance stories with a hint of humor. Her heroines may not always be sexy, but are strong, her heroes may not always be the alpha but are dedicated and the families in her stories may not always be related by blood but are all bonded by heart. Aisling likes to pretend she’s the most badass character in her novels but in the real world, she doesn’t even go to the toilet at night without lighting up the house.


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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Book Release Blitz for All the Way by Kendall Ryan (REVIEW)

Friends become something more when a star hockey player agrees to tutor his best friend through the online world of dating with unexpected attraction the result.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of All the Way by Kendall Ryan, along with my impressions of this fun and flirty romance, then add this second installment in the Hot Jocks series to your bookshelf!

I know it’s time to move on from my rocky past and get back out there and start dating again.
It’s just that every time I think about it, I get all nervous and sweaty.
Good thing I have a secret weapon to help me—my best friend, professional hockey stud Owen Parrish.
He’s the king of hookups, and promises he’ll be my guide through the world of online dating. With his help, I know this won’t be as hard.
I’ve never been this hard in my entire life.
My friend Becca wants my help hooking her up with some douchey guy from a dating app.
I said I’d help her—but now I’m noticing all kinds of things I can’t ignore, like how pretty she is behind those baggy clothes and messy buns.
I want to be the one to help her, to show her the ropes in the bedroom, and it turns out, Becca’s game to let me take a more hands-on approach.
But what happens when she’s ready to take her newfound confidence and move on? I’ve never been boyfriend material, but for her, I want to try.




It’s a delightful tale of friends-to-lovers found amongst the pages of this contemporary romance set in the hockey world that not only warmed my heart but also brought a smile to my face.  When a sexy player, who’s popular with the ladies and dedicated to one-night stands, finds himself helping one of his best friends unexpected sparks fly as well as changing both of their lives irrevocably.

Owen Parrish is at the top of his game both on and off the ice when a night of fun and tequila shots changes everything between him and his friend of four years, Becca.  Over the last four years they’ve grown close, he’s even learned about her painful past that still holds her back today.  He sees her as smart, caring, and loyal to those close to her...and in quiet moments he also notices how pretty she is.  He doesn’t want to ruin the friendship they have though, so when she makes a surprising request he does all he can to ignore it.  But with her pushing forward in relearning how to be intimate with a man again his jealous side comes out as he offers to be her tutor which brings them closer than ever as he soon warms up to the idea of being someone’s boyfriend.  It’s not a simple journey though as his feelings of unworthiness, his fears over ruining what they already have together, makes for a bit of angst on the way to HEA.  To the outside world Owen seems confident and fun, clearly in control of his life.  Being with Becca though brings out another side, a hero with surprising depth as he’s caring and protective of Becca.  He lets her set the pace while still making their encounters sizzling in a journey that empowers her and changes how he views sex and romance...especially when considering it’s your best friend.  He too grows throughout the story, going from just a decadently delicious hero to one who warmed my heart through his sweet words and deeds.

Becca’s been best friends with Owen for four years, standing by while he goes through women like tissues.  While she doesn’t like hearing about his escapades she does admire how casual he is when it comes to his one-night stands which makes him the perfect choice to help her get more comfortable around men.  Though she’s gone through years of therapy for an attack early in her college years it’s still holding her back today which has her determined to move on.  Trying online dating has only ended in frustration as just kissing has her freezing up.  She needs someone she can trust, someone she feels comfortable around...which leads her to Owen.  Though her first request of him ended awkwardly it’s not long before he agrees to be her tutor in a journey that saw her becoming empowered as well as wanting more from Owen...something far beyond their initial agreement.  Throughout this story I found Becca to be an immensely likable heroine, an easily relatable one who’s smart and sweet, the reliable one who never goes over-the-top.  Her request of Owen was highly unexpected but made sense as she was comfortable around him, knew he’d protect her no matter what, which let her just feel instead of thinking.  Their time together both in and out of the sheets was crackling, from heartfelt words to fun and flirty banter, they were a delight together and I was rooting for them every step of the way.

On a whole this was a thoroughly entertaining romance between a couple who crackle whenever they’re together.  They’re both likable all on their own, but together they were delightful in a romance that warmed my heart and soul while making me smile a time or two too.  Some might find the premise a bit silly, but I bought into it completely courtesy of a wonderful main couple.  Sweet and sexy encounters were nicely balanced between action on and off the ice, as well as entertaining scenes amongst this wonderful group of friends.  Though this story stands nicely on its own I enjoyed seeing the couple from the previous book and can’t wait to see more of Teddy and Sara as the connection between them is palpable.  The Hot Jocks series just keeps getting better and better and I can’t recommend it enough to all readers looking for a decadently delightful hero and a heroine who finally takes charge of her life in an unforgettable romance that I’m still thinking of today!

My rating for this is an A-

*I got this book from the author for review in exchange for my honest opinion.


A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of more than three dozen titles, Kendall Ryan has sold over 3 million books and her books have been translated into several languages in countries around the world.
Her books have also appeared on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists more than 70 times. Ryan has been featured in such publications as USA Today, Newsweek, and InTouch Magazine.
She lives in Texas with her husband and two sons.
Visit her HERE for the latest book news, and fun extras.
Subscribe to her newsletter HERE.