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    A great addition to the series

    5 star Review Shot On Goal: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey (Game On In Seattle #11) by Jami Davenport This is book 11 in the series and another winner for Jami Davenport in my humble opinion; it most certainly can be read as a stand alone. This is Drew Delacorte and Marina Sanders story. I absolutely loved Drew and Marina, two people hurt by their pasts yet equally determined to rise from the ashes and move on. Every time I read a book in this series, I think “oh this is my favourite” and then along comes Jami Davenport with another Seattle Sockeyes novel to prove me wrong. Drew is the son of one of the leagues most famous players, so he has a lot of expectations riding on his shoulders and these have caused him to resent and hate the game he is playing. Since his brother died, it’s all on him to succeed and yet he is considering retiring. Marina is an elite figure skater, winner of an Olympic bronze medal, the woman who after making bad decisions, lost it all and now has to scramble to get her life back together. When Marina is recruited to get the team ready for the play-offs, sparks fly between Drew and her. However these two have a shared past that may not be so easy to put behind them. Will the chemistry and obvious attraction be enough for them to overcome the painful hurts of the past and find a future together or are they destined to be torn apart? From the start of Shot On Goal I wanted these two to get together and remain that way. Can they each work through the troubles of their pasts and in doing so find a love that is strong enough to survive? I love that Ms.Davenport’s characters are not perfect, they are flawed and the situations they find themselves in are easy to relate too, her characters are strong and her stories well written. Ms. Davenport had me hooked from the first to the last chapter; Shot On Goal is a powerful story that I recommend you one click.
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    Difficult choices

    🏒Shot on Goal is an amazing hockey story with a touch of figure skating⛸🏒 With everything on the line the choices have never been more confusing! Drew is having a midlife crisis and he is loosing the love for hockey. Drew's parents are pushing him hard towards the Stanley Cup because his father didn't win one and it was his brother's dying wish for Drew to win one but the stress is impacting Drew's game badly! Marina is an infamous figure skater. She had an incident at the Olympics that is known as Skategate but she is finally moved pasted it and ready to put it to rest hopefully other people will too. Marina has the perfect opportunity to start fresh by working with the Seattle Sockeyes. While working with the guys Marina gets a little closer to one player in particular...Drew her older figure skating coach's son. Drew has never felt better then when he is on the ice with Marina and when they start getting closer there are so many obstacles keeping them apart! Drew and Marina have many choices they need to make in their careers and their possible relationship....
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    full circle

    I received a review copy of the book before release for an honest review. This book was simply amazing. I have read this entire series, this is book 10 in the series but it stands alone. That said it brings all our favorite characters back as the Sockeyes are eyeing the Stanley Cup. If you have read this series then you know what a big deal that it is. This story features Marina who is an ice skater who failed at the gold and did it in a terribly humiliating way so much so that the American public hates her. Drew is one of the best skaters on the Sock Eyes but between a controlling dad and a lot of guilt about his deceased brother her has lost his love of the game. The problem is the team needs Drew to win the cup and that is where Marina comes in. She has been hired to teach the players figure ice skating moves. This was a hockey intense story as we watch the team head to the finals. Meaning if you don't want to read about hockey you will get a little bored. I loved how we also get to see the figure skating aspect and how it relates to hockey. Marina and Drew are in heavy lust but their romance is very forbidden as she is one of his coaches and her past mistakes. But I loved how despite a relationship causing trouble the Drew decides he wants her and he goes all in. But Marina is afraid and she needs to learn to take the risk for love. I loved this book so much and I loved the ending so much. I love how the series comes full circle in this story and kudos to the author for a wonderful story to end it all.
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    Intertwining Differences

    Wow what a book. I have read all of this authors sports Romance books and this is absolutely my favorite. It has the right amount of actions, drama and romance. The characters are superb. I sense spin off series from this book. If I remember right the PI business was mentioned previously. Jami has an incredible skill when it comes to intertwining characters of different backgrounds and different phases in life. The characters Drew and Marina are beautiful characters looking for a direction in which to follow. Jami’s style of writing makes you see and feel these characters.
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    Awesome addition to this series!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review** I so enjoy Jami Davenport's Game On In Seattle series and Shot on Goal was no exception. Drew Delacorte is one talent hockey player, one on a team that is having an amazing year, but he's also a very unhappy hockey player. He doesn't have the passion and love of the game that he used to. He's basically playing for other people and not for himself and his own enjoyment. He's trying to carry on a family tradition, one that he feels a great deal of pressure to keep alive. Marina Sanders had Olympic figure skating gold in her sights, but a wrong decision led to her downfall, leaving her in disgrace causing her to flee the country. Now she's back and trying to move forward with her life and becoming the skating coach for the Seattle Sockeyes might just be the way to do that. Since Drew and Marina are both involved with the Sockeyes, the fact that their chemistry is off the charts when they meet is less than ideal. They really can't be involved due to the fraternization rules within the team, but the pull is so strong will they be able to fight their attraction? This was a fantastic addition to the series and one that I did not want to put down. All I wanted to do was keep reading to see if these two individuals were going to not only find happiness in their professional lives, but also in their personal lives. Kudos to Jami Davenport for another awesome read!
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