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    A sweet love story but also really hot!

    One-On-One brings the Cayuga Cougars series to a close and I was a bit sorry to know that this is the end. So I was really happy when I finished the book and saw a note from the author that she has 3 more books planned for Victor and Dan and Jack. Cayuga Cougars associate coach, Lancaster Hart, is finally living his authentic life as a gay man. When he sees Townsend Harris singing at a local festival he is smitten. The two men begin a romantic relationship, the kind that Lancaster never thought he'd ever have. Wow, there is a lot going on in this story. Lancaster and Townsend's new love story, Lancaster's relationship with his ex-wife and family, the Cougar's run for the Calder Cup and lots of cameo appearances by the players who have already had their love stories told. While One-On-One is the fifth book in the series it does standalone really well. Characters from past books do appear but the main focus is on Lancaster and Hart and the team's playoff games leading up to the Calder Cup championship. The other books in this series are really great, though, so I highly recommend reading them, especially if you like reading series in order. Although this book didn't have as much of an emotional impact on me as others in the series, it's still a great story and I really loved catching up with the team again. There was perhaps a bit more hockey jargon in this book than I remembered from the others but you still don't need to be a hockey fan to enjoy reading it. To me the clear message from this book is that love is love and that it's important to live your life to the fullest and be yourself. Bravo to Ms. Locey for giving us a very nice finish to this series. An advanced 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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