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  • Losing Laurel

    I loved this book. I would highly recommend this book. The twists and turns were highly unexpected but made me want to keep reading. I didn't want to put it down. I would also recommend reading the Blizzard series and the sidewinder series. Each book is unique and I enjoyed each character as they came to life in each book. I keep looking for more books to read in these series because they are so good.

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  • ...Or

    Kat Mizera always has strong women characters with a depth of character. This story is no exception. Not as emotionally tense/ draining as some of her previous Blizzard books (not necessarily a bad thing), this story addresses the ease at which the secrets we hold (in the guise of protecting others) can tear apart a relationship but that open communication can help to heal those gaps. These two have wandered in and out of many other books so great to see them get their own story. Kats books are always a fantastic read and this is too.

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  • ...well worth waiting for.

    What if becomes maybe this time. Gage and Laurel had their happily ever after interrupted. What began with so much promise, ended in heartache. The history between these two characters has ghosted through each and every book in the Alaska Blizzard series. Now it's time for them to have their chance. Bittersweet becomes almost forever and just maybe a second chance. This couple has intrigue me from the moment they appeared on Mizera broad canvas of characters. Their love story proved well worth waiting for.

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  • Kat Mizera prevails with LOSING LAUREL

    Kat Mizera prevails with LOSING LAUREL, the fourth book in the Alaska Blizzard series. Professional hockey team owner Gage Caldwell hires his ex-wife, Laurel Saunders, as an interim hockey coach for the team after firing his staff. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences. I enjoyed LOSING LAUREL. The characters have a lot of depth. Gage is an impressive businessman. He has many unexpected layers. He is protective, smart, and generous. Laurel is an admiral heroin. She has inspiring hockey credentials. It is understandable why their relationship did work the first time around. They had many obstacles. I like that the couple got a second chance. They are each other’s soul mate and meant to be together. The plot was clever and unforeseen. I enjoyed the CIA aspect of the story. I appreciated that Gage is open-minded and gave a woman the opportunity to coach an NHL team. I love that Laurel helped to fix the disconnect on the team that has been talked about since book one. LOSING LAUREL was a wonderful addition to the Alaska Blizzard series. Followers of the series will not be disappointed. I recommend this book to lovers of sports romances and/or spy romance novels. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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