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    Witty, Sexy, and Delightfully Romantic!

    Bad Reputation is a passionate friends-to-more rom-com about the sinfully, delicious Chase, who finds it harder and harder to keep his attraction for his best friend a secret, and the focused and determined Cassie who realizes that sometimes things happen for a reason, and everything she's ever wanted may be standing right in front of her. The writing is crisp. The characters, including all the supporting characters, are fun-loving, charismatic, and lovable. And the plot is a perfect blend of emotion, drama, heat, sassy dialogue, hilarious hijinks, sporty action, unconditional friendship and true love.  I would have to say that this is definitely one of my favourite reads of the year. I loved the story, I loved the chemistry, and I loved the characters. It had everything I look for in a light-hearted rom-com and more. Bad Reputation is a fantastic start to the new Bad Boys of Sports series by Edwards, and now I will have to patiently wait for the next novel in the series, Bad Business, not due to be published until March 2018.
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    Great read

    This book is a fantastic start to what should be a fun, sexy new series. It's a great friends to lovers story with the bad boy of hockey Chase "Sin" Barrett and his bestie Cassie Desrosiers. While there's always been a string of attraction between them, neither has ever wanted to risk their friendship for what would surely crash and burn in no time. Chase does have that love em and leave em rep! Things change quickly when they spend a week in Vegas. What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas!! Great read and one I highly recommend.
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    Engaging

    I thoroughly enjoyed this friends to lovers story. It is a mixture of sweetness, sexiness and laughter. This is a fun and entertaining story about two friends who are afraid to show their true feelings for each other because they are sure it will ruin their friendship. Chase plays professional hockey for the Texas Tornados. He is a big, gruff guy with a charming, protective and caring side. Chase has had a secret crush on his best friend, Cassie for years but he keeps her in the friend zone because he is afraid if they started a romantic relationship and it didn't work out, he would lose his best friend. Chase is funny, and just an all around nice guy. He is the bad boy of hockey and has a reputation as a manwhore. Women are always falling all over Chase. He uses the women for sex but it is his best friend, Cassie who he spends all his time with. Cassie is smart and driven and has a successful career with a software company. She is a workaholic and doesn't have time to date and would never think of having a one night stand. She is prim and proper and the exact opposite of Chase in every way. She refuses to depend on anyone, especially a man. This is a captivating storyline with engaging characters. I like both Chase and Cassie. They have a great friendship and they care about each other but have to continually fight their mutual attraction to each other. Since meeting in college, they have always been there for each other and even though they are total opposites, they bring out the best each other. I also enjoyed Cassie's best friend Natalie and all the other secondary characters in this story. The story is told from alternate POV’s so we know what both the characters are feeling. This is the first book in the the Bad Boy of Sports series and I can't wait to read more.
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    Great start to a new series

    5 Star review of Bag Reputation (Bad Boys of Sports #1) by Nicole Edwards What's a girl to do when her best friend is Chase “Sin” Barrett, a hot, alpha bad boy of ice hockey? Invite him to Vegas; well that's what Cassie Desrosiers decides to do, she works hard and now has decided it is time to play hard and who better to help her than Chase. Chase has puck bunnies swooning at his feet, all wanting to hook up with the love em and leave em bad boy and of course being known as “Sin” gives you an indication of just how naughty he can be, both on and off the ice. What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, right? Not always. The chemistry between Chase and Cassie is smoldering. I loved the build up and how they build on their friendship until they simply sizzle together.. One of the things I most enjoy about Nicole Edwards’ books is that she doesn’t just focus on the two main characters; she always ensures we get an overall story with no one being left out. I cannot wait for the next book in this series.
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    It was lighthearted and fun, passionate and steamy

    Cassie and Chase have been best friends for ten years. Cassie has never thought to have more with Chase but he can’t say the same. Their relationship is relaxed, comforting and gives them both peace. When a trip to Vegas brings about some drunken decisions, this couple is left reeling. But it’s not what you may think. (Well, it is, but it isn’t.) There is an unexpected surprise that carried this story from predictable to intriguing. I loved Chase and his inner monologues. He knew who he was and accepted it, embraced it and flaunted it. Through it all he’s afraid of losing Cassie. I couldn’t get enough of him. He was perfectly imperfect and that just made me crave him more. Cassie has never seen what fidelity and commitment look like. She’s not looking for a happy ever after because they simply don’t exist. What she can be sure of is that Chase will always be there for her, as long as they remain friends. I loved this book! It was lighthearted and fun, passionate and steamy and written in a style that flowed. I was totally invested in these characters from the very beginning. Friends to lovers don’t always work well for me. I like my hero to be all in with the heroine from the moment they meet. However, I knew going in that this couple had been friends for ten years and the likelihood of that was highly improbable. I was correct. However, this author presented this story and these characters in such a manner that I was okay with that. If you love friends to lovers, hockey players, an awesome male POV, then you are definitely going to want to read this one! This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Random House – Loveswept. Dual POV No apparent Triggers Safety - (view spoiler)
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