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    Pretty Decent

    While it never reaches the obvious potential it has, I still enjoyed the complex main characters and their journey towards finding each other and making peace with their pasts. Libraries are indeed very important!
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    Shots on Goal

    Great storyline Cody and Roman were characters to fall in love with Enjoyed this entire series of stories
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    Loved it!

    Another amazing book in the Stick Side series that had me fully engaged until the perfect ending. I love Cody and Roman together and how perfect they are for each other. The secondary characters are great and I love seeing how the couples from the previous books are doing. I can't wait to read the next book in this wonderful series.
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    Cody gets his HEA

    It was great to see Cody find his person. Both Roman and Cody have insecurities which they work to overcome. And it is always great to read about the triumph of a library.
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    Fantastic!

    I have loved this series so much and Shots on Goal is a fantastic addition. In my review of book two, The Nature of the Game, I said I hoped that Kinsey would get a book. He does and Shots on Goal is it. You don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy Shots on Goal but you'd be missing two wonderful stories if you don't read them. Shots on Goal takes place in 2011, towards the end of the timeline of The Nature of the Game. Roman Kinsey has been traded from Tampa's NHL team to the new Vermont Trailblazers. Kinsey is not out to his team because when he was outed several years ago, he lost everything and he doesn't want that to ever happen again. When he meets Cody Evans at the library where he volunteers, he starts to rethink that and has to decide if Cody is worth risking everything. Like the first two books, this story really wowed me. It made me feel things deeply. I felt so bad for what happened to Roman when he was young and got outed. While his character was a jerk in The Nature of the Game he is totally redeemed in this book. We find out what caused him to be such a jerk and how those events shaped the person he is. Cody is demisexual (he isn’t easily—or often—sexually attracted to others) but he can appreciate how good looking Roman is. As they grow closer while working together, Cody realizes that he's falling for Roman. Cody and Roman have a lot of things to work out between them if their relationship is to succeed. There are a few angsty moments but overall this book just made me feel the love between Cody and Roman. I also loved catching up with the other two couples from the previous books. I don't know if this is the last book in the series or not. If it is, I'm really sorry to see it end. However, I've loved all of Amy's books so far and look forward to many more happy hours of reading whatever she writes next. A copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
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