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    a game winner

    Elise Faber has a game-winner with Checked (Gold Hockey #7). This is Dr. Gabe Carter and nutritionist Rebecca’s story. It is suitable for adult readers. It takes place around the same time as Breakout (Gold Hockey #6). Rebecca and Gabe both work the San Francisco Gold NHL team. Their characters have appeared in prior books. Rebecca suffers from anxiety and is introverted. Gabe is very focused and opinionated. The two did not see things eye to eye, causing conflict in the workplace. After they get to know each other, they discover that they have some things in common and begin to confide in one another. Checked is a heartfelt and entertaining story. I love how good Rebecca and Gabe are together. They both grow as a result of knowing the other person and become stronger individuals. They are a charming couple. I enjoyed the hockey nutrition and medical aspect of the story. The epilogue made me anticipate Coop and Calle Stevens’ story next. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Adversaries to Lovers

    Rebecca and Gabe had a tempestuous history, to put it mildly. Working for the same organisation Gabe routinely shot Rebecca's ideas down without just cause. As a nutritionist for the Gold hockey team although wholesome, her foods were stereotyped to be unflavoured and were generally frowned upon. Gabe could support her decisions and make things a lot smoother but chose instead to make her work more difficult than necessary. When Rebecca encounters misfortune, Gabe happens to be able to provide a helping hand. Initially, Rebecca is skeptical of Gabe's offer of assistance. Are his intentions really just to offer a helping hand? From this one good dead can Rebecca and Gabe see that they are actually on the same side? And develop a friendship that could potentially lead to something more? EXPERT "Wine." "You drink wine?" "It's organic." Gabe smirked. "Of course, it is." She glared. He laughed. "I'm teasing." "You're not," she muttered. "But if you're not a jerk about it, I'll let you have a glass." Hands rising in surrender, she said, "I'll be on my best behavior." "Sure, you will," she grumbled but told hem where the glasses and bottle, along with the opener, were.
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    Sexy and sassy make irresistible.

    Faber throws readers off their game with humor and delivers heart to back it up. Checked is a fight to the finish that thrives from it's unpredictability. With two strong personalities, things tend to get hotter than a jalepeno on the fourth of July. Sexy and sassy make irresistible.
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