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    Awesome

    Oh My Gosh...this book was SO good!! These characters will make you fall in love with them and will tap every emotion you possess. Get ready to laugh, ugly cry, and sigh. This book is different from anything I've ever read from Ms. Jamieson (and I've read a lot of her books) and she absolutely hit it out of the park with this one. Put this on the must read list, I highly recommend it. Drew Sellers has no idea what life has in store for him when his NHL career comes to an abrupt end. Until a chance meeting at a coffee shop has his past and present colliding and his world turned upside down.
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    5 star review

    I really loved Drew and Peyton. I loved all the secondary characters too. Peyton was my favorite. She was so strong for everyone in this book including Drew. Drew was written very well also. He was in a transitional period and then learns he had a daughter. He feels like he hasn’t accomplished what he wanted in his life and is confused as to how he should handle this situation. Even though he is a grown ass man, he had a lot of growth in this story. I really liked the connection between Peyton and Drew. It didn’t seem forced to me. They had great chemistry and the sexy times between them were really good. A romance like this can get kind of weird for many reasons. Dating someone your sister slept with, who is also your niece’s father and all this while your sister is dying. I think the author really crafted the story well where all these things were taken into account and still made it a good love story. I rarely cry over books but this one got me a little emotional. I think Chloe was also written very well and she was a great character. I think her actions due to all of the changes in her life were also very relatable even though I’m not a twelve year old girl. The conflict in the story seemed very realistic. I had a feeling that would happen but I really liked the resolution. I really enjoyed this story. The story was sweet but also had a romance underneath it all that was very entertaining. I read this in about a day and I haven’t been doing that lately with any books.
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    Super good

    This story had me hooked from beginning to end. The characters were so realistic and the story flowed so easily. Loved it!
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    Such a sweet and emotionally charged love story!

    This is my favorite by this author thus far! It has a different feel to it than what I have read from her in the past. This book had a lot of feels to it. This book deals with so many issues that tug at your heart and soul. A man that had to walk away from his career in his prime after playing with an injury that there was no coming back from. He is lost and he has lost his identity. He is drinking too much. Fighting too much. Using women too much. He is having the ultimate pity party that he doesn’t see an end to. There are fears and self-doubt. Until one day he gets a drop in the gut from a frail woman that claims she is the mother of his 12-year-old daughter after a drunken one-night-stand in college. She leaves the ball in his court, gave him her business card and dropped a bomb on him that she was dying. Peyton is a successful business woman living her dream in NYC. She has the job of her dreams even though her boss is a major ass. Then she gets a call from her niece telling her that her mom and Peyton’s sister was not doing well and asked if she could please come home. Peyton dropped everything and flew back to Chicago to a devastating discovering. The reality of her losing her sister was really hitting home. She is trying to work from home for her job, trying to take care of her niece, her sister and now trying to help her niece forge a relationship with her new found father. This book took me on such a roller coaster of emotions! There was fun banter and laugh out loud times. There were times my heart hurt for all of them and yes, I shed a few tears. There was a connection between Peyton and Drew that just couldn’t be denied. Believe me they tried. Their chemistry was through the roof! It was such a great touching journey to watch as the dynamics changed for these four people and how that all changed their lives forever! The characters went on a journey of self-discovery that taught them they were capable of so much more than they ever thought possible. This is such a sweet and emotionally charged love story and I highly recommend it!
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    emotion packed

    Drew is at a crossroads in his life – his hockey career is over and he has no idea where he’s going to go next.  He’s wallowing in self-pity and just treading water.  And then he finds out he has a 12 years old daughter he never knew about and he’s got to decide whether he is ready to part of her life.  It’s not easy for him, especially since her mother is facing a serious health crisis so whatever decision he makes has to be made soon.  Peyton is kinda at a crossroads of her own.  Her job is in NYC but her sister and niece need her in Chicago.  She’s doing the best she can to juggle caring for her sister, helping her niece, and keeping up with her work.  Bringing in a former hockey player with lots of baggage just adds to her load.  Especially when there are sparks between them that are hard to ignore.  This is an emotion packed book – between the health issue, the newly found dad, work problems, life problems, tween problems … there’s a lot going on here but Jamieson keeps it real.  While I doubt a lot of people ever have to worry about a long-lost child appearing, there are all sorts of forks in the road that we have to face.  These are very relatable events and they are delivered in a way that draws you in, keeping your heart engaged & your tear ducts on notice  :)  These people aren’t perfect and they make mistakes along the way, but they face things head on, do the best they can and work it out.  We should all hope that we have their strength, courage, and heart when we need them. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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