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  • Absolutely perfect!

    This book absolutely killed me! It was so emotional, it kept me on edge until the very end. This is one of THOSE books. The kind of book that sticks with you, even after you finish the last page. It is the kind that I'm sure is going to bring mixed reactions. This book was a tough read, with parts so tragic it brought tears to my eyes, but it was so worth it! This story is full of tragedy yes, but their story was absolutely perfect, and full of hope, most of all. Molly is a reporter. Newly divorced, her job is her life. Until she receives an assignment that will change everything. Kit is a second line hockey player, one who seems to have a perfect life. One that he is happy with. But life is not always what it appears to be and can be more complicated than it at first seems. The question is, are they strong enough to get through? I had my doubts about this book. At first it seemed pretty straight forward, like they were absolutely perfect for each other, and their HEA was going to be easy. I should have known better. The author throws a curve ball I never saw coming! Cue the tears, I just couldn't stop them. But this book, their story, was one that I will not forget. Definitely one that I would recommend to Chicago Blaze fans!

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  • Great addition to the series

    4.5 star Review Kit (Chicago Blaze #8) by Brenda Rothert    From start to finish Brenda Rothert drew me in and had me invested with the story she wove about offensive lineman Kit Carter and Molly Lynch. This is the eighth book in the Chicago Blaze Hockey Romance series and was a good addition to one of my all time favourite hockey series. Although Kit is not a particularly long book, Ms.Rothert certainly packed quite a punch with this story. When Molly, a local journalist is tasked with writing a story on Kit, neither of them have no idea what is in store for them. Kit is one of the good guys, but he has his secrets and as Molly digs deeper, he has concerns that his darkest secret will be revealed. However the attraction that sizzles between Kit and Molly is hard to resist and once the story is filed Kit finally convinces Molly to take a chance and go on a date with him. Molly is such a shy, socially awkward woman who doesn’t feel that she deserves Kit and cannot see where she can fit into his life. However, Kit has fallen hard for Molly and he is determined to show her how good they are together. The banter was witter and I loved how snarky Molly could be on occasion. This one was also emotional as Kit confronts his past and shares with Molly all that he has been through. I applaud Ms.Rothert for her handling of such a horrendous subject, she handled it with dignity and respect and I applaud her willingness to discuss such subjects.

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  • on fire with the eighth book in the Chicago Blaze

    Brenda Rothert is on fire with the eighth book in the Chicago Blaze series, KIT. This is NHL star Kit Carter’s and Chicago Gazette reporter Molly Lynch’s book. Molly is asked to write a story about Kit. She is not convinced he is as nice of a guy as he appears. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult readers. First off, I instantly liked Molly because we share the same last name. A divorce left her with some anxiety and trust issues. She is hardworking and dedicated. Kit is a great guy. He has a secret in his past that he does not want uncovered. The two have great chemistry. There are some interesting issues that the characters face; among them, Molly not wanting to become involved with a source. KIT is a wonderful addition to the Chicago Blaze series. It is skillfully written and a page-turner. I recommend this book to people who enjoy sports romances. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Loved this!!!

    I love these players on the Chicago Blaze team, and Kit is no exception. He kinda melted me from the very beginning 😍. So sweet, so giving, so hot, so everything. And when he’s interviewed by a beautiful reporter, Molly, who is very particular, a bit intense, very detailed oriented journalist, things get a bit interesting. He’s very taken with her, and answers all her questions even though that’s not his thing. And Molly, who is nothing but professional, starts to feel more than professional toward him as she gets to know him more. They both have their issues, but they seem to work so perfectly together. And when they hit a snag, they don’t give up, they become stronger. I loved their story 😍. You will too!!

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  • Ticked all my boxes

    Kit (Chicago Blaze #8) is a book with all the feels and if you love hockey romance or love stories this book should certainly be on your radar. This is Kit Carter and Molly Lynch’s journey and their story captivated me from the first page to the last line, it’s a quick read but it still packs a mighty punch and it can certainly be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone. Molly is a local journalist trying to make it to her dream position so she takes every assignment given to her, she does her best with every story but this one is bit different for this investigative reporter this is a story about a local hockey player but like all good investigators Molly is determined to see the real man not just the man the fans see. Kit is not looking forward to this interview because memories from the past need to stay in the past but the more time he spends with the stunning, shy Molly the more he wants to open up and give her everything about the man who left his past behind when he moved to Chicago...... This is romance was never going to be easy, Molly wants her life to be predictable and she doesn’t want to live in the limelight but how does that work when the man she is falling for gets recognised wherever he goes. I fell hard and fast for Kit Carter and I adored the shy Molly Lynch, the chemistry they share is sizzling and the banter is witty but it was the raw emotion that took this book to another level for me, so I guess all i need to say is please one click this gem.

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