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  • Cold fury

    Loved this book. Sad that this book is the last of the series ☹️

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  • A good Read

    4 star Review Marek (Cold Fury Hockey # 11) by Sawyer Bennett   This is book 11 in one of my favourite series and this time it is all about Marek Fabritis and  Gracen Moore.  Marek is shocked and furious to find out that he has a daughter Lilly whose existence he knew nothing of and that Gracen is about to marry.  Returning home Marek is determined to get answers and creates chaos at Gracen’s wedding. He is also planning on getting his daughter as there is no way he will let another man raise her.  Gracen has always loved Marek. That’s why she never told him about Lilly, she knew he was destined for great things as a professional hockey player.  However when Marek storms her wedding she realises that she has made a terrible mistake. Not only that but the she is terrified to realise that the chemistry between them is still there.  I have to say Marek acted like a jerk, sure I understood his reactions but honestly I wasn’t a huge fan initially.  To me this was a more intense story line than the last few books. It was at times raw, gritty and rather emotional as Marek, Gracen and Lilly all had to learn to deal with the reality of the life which they found themselves facing. I did feel that there was perhaps too much focus on Gracen keeping Lilly from Marek and not enough of Marek being held accountable for his past behaviour. Both needed to confront the past and realise how their actions affected those around them. Relationships take a lot of hard work and it was good that the struggles were realistic that Ms. Bennett did not sugar coat it. I also love how Reed kept getting in Marek’s face over his treatment of Gracen. Not my favourite book of the series but it was well written and I loved catching up on the previous couples and seeing what is happening in their lives. 

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