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    Amazing

    Amazing! This is a great YA read about two teens facing serious pressure and trouble at home. The characters are fantastic and the twists and turns in the storyline make this one great read! Loved the way the author dealt with a lot of the issues the H/h are faced with. I highly recommend this one. In a serious hockey town and a family that is counting on him, the pressure to perform well falls squarely on Tyler's shoulders. Karen Webber is new to town and doesn't know a thing about hockey so Tyler's going to have to work a bit harder to get her attention.
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    I'll Keep You Warm

    Karen and Tyler's story has sweet and sour to it. They meet along a jogging path and become unusual friends. The squirrel helps break the ice - since Tyler saves her from could have been a nasty attack. Tyler happens to be a hometown hero who plays hockey for the local team. He also has a reputation for hanging out with puck bunnies and sleeping around. He does not want this to taint his friendship with Karen. He likes her just for the time they spend together. Karen has had a lot of emotional hits this year and they seem to keep coming. She come to live her dad for the first time. His family seems welcoming, but the kids seem upset at her presence. Karen spends a lot of time alone, or with Tyler. They are both under pressure from those around them to stop hanging out. Neither one wants to give up such a good friendship that has been created. It may turn out to be something more. Such an amazing story with real life interfering and friendship strengthening. I found the characters honest, real, and I believe what they say. The families are sure adding to the teen angst in this book. ***This ARC copy was given free from Netgalley.com and its publisher, for reviewer purposes. My honest opinion does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates.
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    AMAZING

    I wasn't sure what to expect from this book. First book I read by this author. The story was so good. It's funny, heartbreaking, and so close to real life you can't help but fall in love.
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