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    What a great addition to the series

    I loved Hat Trick. Gobbled up the story. I love anything with Stan and Erik. Stan just makes you want to be around him, even vicariously through a book. Their story is so sweet and I loved them getting their own second story. Stan’s love for Elvis makes me smile, and I love all of the Elvis in this story. Their family is sweet and I love how much support Stan’s family gives to them. Erik is the perfect foil to Stan and I love their chemistry. I definitely recommend this story, the whole Harrisburg Railers series, actually.
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    I loved visiting with these guys again.

    I don't think I'll ever get tired of reading stories in the world of the Harrisburg Railers. While Hat Trick is a novella length story it still delivers a very satisfying tale with lots of humor and a nice amount of depth. Hat Trick really isn't a standalone story so I don't suggest jumping into the series here. Don't be intimidated by the fact that this is a series about hockey players. I am absolutely not a sports fan, of any kind, but I still love everything about the Harrisburg Railers books. It's a wonderful series and I don't think you'll be sorry if you start from the beginning. Stan and Erik have to adjust to the unexpected addition of two new family members who, for the most part, only speak Russian. I love that one of them is female and of the age that might present challenges for her new dads to deal with. 😊 Stan is, well Stan, and the story is filled with lots of his delicious and witty sayings and broken English. If you are a fan of this series you won't want to miss this one that also provides a wonderful bit about Ten and how he is doing. RJ and V.L. have given fans another fantastic story with Hat Trick. Keep 'em coming ladies. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com*** (posting on February 14, 2019)
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    Stan, Erik, Railers &did I mention Stan? Must Read

    Stan Lyamin and Erik Gunnarsson have so much to be thankful for with their love, their championship, their friends, Stan's mama, and baby Noah when a phone call with news of a cousin's death shakes things up as Stan is named guardian of two orphaned children in Russia. There is no question of Stan accepting what's asked of him but when their household increases suddenly by two, will their life become more hectic or more loved? OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD!OHMYGOD! Okay, now that I got that out of the way let's begin😉. Hat Trick is absolutely adorable from beginning to end. How can it not be with Stan front and center? It's no secret that Ten and Jared are my favorite couple in Harrisburg Railers series but Stan and Erik are a very close second, truth is Ten & Jared probably only inch ahead because they were first and I've made no secret of the fact that 99.999% of the time the first pairings in a multi-couple series is always my fave. But come on! This is Stan we're talking about and he is impossible not to love. I have to be honest, I don't know which author, Scott or Locey, is mainly in charge of Stan but he is one of about three or four characters that I actually read in my head with the accent and broken English that he's written as, generally the accents just fall to the wayside but not with Stan, oh no his broken English is sounded out in every adorable syllable. I've made no secret of the fact that I find men who care for children to be an incredible turn on and Stan and Erik are no different. Seeing them with baby Noah is just breathtaking but now that Eva and Pavel enter the picture, I have no words to describe how much I love how they accept them into their home without question, especially Erik because with him he has the added language barrier to break through. Talking of Eva and Pavel, one of the things that really caught my attention was how even though Stan "knows people" to cut out some of the red tape, the authors still manage to let the reader know just what some of the hurdles are as well as letting us see why Stan is so thankful to be here as being a gay man is not an easy life in Russia right now. But what I loved the best was that these elements factor into the story but they are not the forefront of the journey. Hat Trick is all about Stan, Erik, Noah, Eva, and Pavel getting to know each other and settling into their knew life. And I can't forget Mama Lyamin because she is feisty, fun, and no nonsense all in one. Too often older foreign parents are written as meek and just so thankful to be here that they just accept everything and yes, she is grateful to be here but she doesn't just let everything roll by her which I absolutely love about her. Hat Trick may be a novella in Scott & Locey's Harrisburg Railers but it is packed to the brim of everything we have come to know and love about the series, add in a little setup for Save the Date coming this summer and this entry is nothing short of sublime. You will laugh, cry, laugh some more, and have a smile on your face so huge that will make people question your sanity(if you're reading it in a public place). What more can you ask for?

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