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    20 Chapters, Kitty’s epilogue, Roman’s epilogue. I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review. The drama revolves around Roman leaving ‘Kitty,’ to go away for his hockey games. Roman doesn’t tell ‘Kitty,’ he’s leaving; instead, he leaves her a note. How mature is that? Casey tells Kitty lies, and she leaves believing they’re true. The story jumps from Roman & Kitty’s past & present. The heroine is a lovesick, needy kitten. Her happiness revolves around Roman’s happiness. I couldn’t connect to what they supposedly had, as he leaves at the beginning of the story. I assume the past is supposed to connect the reader to what the characters had. Also, all that Kitty talk gagged me. — Me? I’m only Roman’s Kitty. I’m okay with that. — “You like me petting you, don’t you, my little kitten?” — I shove at the pillows and flip over onto my stomach and pray to go asleep and not dream about Roman. Last thing I need is to get horny at my mom’s house. Yuck. The Hero is in Russia, far away from his ‘Kitty,’ and doesn’t arrive back to the U.S. until chapter 16. Meow, where is the love in that? After arriving back from Russia, and realizing his house feels empty without ‘Kitty,’ he seeks her out and locates her in chapter seventeen. The main characters spent the entire book apart. How the hell can a reader connect to characters who aren’t even together? The drama in the book is childish. Importantly, they could have prevented the drama with a little commutation, or he could have taken his lovely, sex needing kitten with him. It’s boring, and a lot of gossip with back characters and one of the main characters since the main characters weren’t together. The erotic elements of the story mainly come in when the character’s perspective jumps back to their past. I stopped reading at chapter 17 because there is no way in hell I would connect to characters who weren’t even together. Besides, I hate when characters don’t connect to the very end of the book.
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    Loved!

    Sexy and hot, this romance is not to be missed! I loved the characters, from Roman with his singular focus on hockey....until it wasn't, and Kitty, the throw away puck bunny who seems to be incapable of making her own way in life. The characters are likeable and their story engaged me from the very first page. Kittly, especially, showed a great deal of personal growth and changes over the course of the novel in way that I found endearing. I felt totally invested in her story and wanted her to get her HEA ending. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    3 1/2 stars Complex storyline

    At first I was a little upset by kitty being a woman who went from sports player and didn't know any way of life and she needed to be taken care of by a man. But as the storyline progress you get to know kitty is a woman who matches Roman Sexuality and only wants a family who loves her. The storyline got better and better as the book progress and actually I end up enjoying the book. A honest review for Arc copy. *spoiler* tag I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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