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  • Loved it

    5 star Review Tore (Sidewinders Generations: #2)by Kat Mizera Swedish-born hockey player Tore Brekken is known as a player both on and off the ice and yet there is more to him than meets the eye. However he has tired of the constant partying and feels that is time to settle down. Having wanted single mum Margot Delgado for over a year, he is determined to make her his and to convince her that what they could have is worth the risk. However, is he up to being a daddy to her four year old daughter, Gracie? Being focused on her work and Gracie, Margot doesn't have time for a lot of fun that doesn’t include her daughter. When the opportunity for a night of fun gives Tore and Margot the chance to let lose, will it be the start of something or will they crash and burn? Both have baggage from their past, the big question is will they be able to work through it? The chemistry between Tore and Margot is intense and there is some angst mixed with the steam and I really enjoyed the story line. It was also great to see some familiar faces whilst reading.

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  • Broken can be beautiful.

    My heart was not prepared for Tore to be so tempting. Mizera threw out quite a curveball. Margot and Tore keep the senses on full alert while waging a sneak attack on the heart. He's sexy. She's vulnerable. And they are both in need of some TLC. With more than a little unpredictably, broken can be beautiful.

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  • on a winning streak

    Kat Mizera is on a winning streak with TORE (Sidewinders: Generations #2). This is Swedish hockey player Tore Brekken’s and single mom Margot Delgado’s story. Margot is the best friend of Everly Campbell from IAN (Las Vegas Sidewinders #13). Ian (from the same book) is the friend and teammate of Tore. Tore and Margot are close friends: Margot friend-zoned Tore, despite their attraction to one another. Then they get matched together at Club Inferno’s annual Fantasy Night. Their chemistry is off the charts; however, Margot has trust issues, and Tore is not sure if he is ready to become a dad even though he adores Margot’s daughter Gracie. I really enjoyed this story. It was skillfully written and thought provoking. Tore and Margot are both likeable characters with credible issues. I love Gracie. Margot is an amazing mom, and Tore is wonderful with Gracie. I love how the characters and timelines from Kat Mizera’s other books intertwine with this story: for example, Jamie Teller from TEMPTATION'S INFERNO and the New Year’s Day hockey game in Limaj against the Alaskan Blizzard. Followers of Kat Mizera will not want to miss this book. I recommend this novel to people who enjoy sports romances. The story could be followed as a stand-alone, but I highly recommend reading her other books. There are a lot of crossovers, and they are all well worth the read. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Strong couple, steamy scenes

    Quite a steamy beginning to this story with more throughout. Margot was a bit wrapped in her motherhood, but Tore was able to work his way in to help her on a personal level. I loved how he took to being a dad despite Margot's concerns. He was so caring of both he made my heart warm. Margot was a strong woman who had been so hurt in the past that trust came hard. Once she gave it, this couple became quite the dynamic. I recommend this book. I received a copy of this story through Elle Woods Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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