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    End Game

    Loved the book. Beautiful and unselfish love. Which works out in the end.
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    Great read

    I absolutely adore all of the Assassin/Bullies books and this was no exception. Before Toni Aleo I never thought I would be so into a hockey series, lol. But each book gets better than the last in my opinion. I also love when my favorite authors give us a 2nd generation so we can check in with our favorite characters. Ryan and Sofia have so much personality it was clear when it clicked would be amazing story. You will not want to put this book down.
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    Great read

    I’ve come to expect a lot from Toni Aleo, and I’ve never been disappointed. Her protagonists are always well-matched and their actions and reactions are true to their personalities and situations. I love when a story can hold up without the angst of third party interference by secondary characters, such as ‘another woman/man’ etc. Keep them coming, Toni, and I will be purchasing each new book. P.S. Can’t wait to see Shea recovered and back on the ice. A great player.
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    Toni Aleo leads the league with END GAME

    Toni Aleo leads the league with END GAME, the fourth book in the Bellevue Bullies series. Senior, Ryan Justice, is hoping to make the NHL draft. Sofia Castilleja is a freshman on Bellevue’s new gymnastics team. Neither one of them planned on letting a relationship distract them from their goals. END GAME takes place in Nashville, Tennessee. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for new adult audiences. Ah, Ryan Justice swoon. Ryan is Shae Adler’s nephew (Assassin’s series). He is the son of Shae’s twin sister, Grace. He goes through a great deal emotionally in this story. He does some soul searching. He is a great big brother and cousin. He is the oldest of the Adler/Justice kids. As a result, he wants to set a good example, and not disappoint anyone. He is protective, thoughtful, and smart. Sofia is Ryan’s younger sister, Amelia’s roommate/teammate. She was once destined to be in the Olympics, but an injury shattered that dream. Now she is at Bellevue on a full gymnastic scholarship. I enjoyed her character. She never really had good friends growing up. Her life was all about gymnastics. She is hard working and determined. She is very concerned for her mother who has MS. She wants to make sure she is successful, so she can help provide for her. I like how the story starts out on Halloween. The matching Halloween costumes of the Adler/Justice clan is classic. It shows how close the two families are. I love when Sofia and Ryan meet. Ryan is not used to girls not throwing themselves at him. Sofia has no experience with boys and is nervous around them. Ryan is very determined to get Sofia to go out with him. They are adorable together. They have a lot in common and make each other stronger. The plot was skillfully executed. I love how Sofia’s sponsorship played out. Ryan had some interesting obstacles. I swear Toni Aleo always makes me cry. Her stories are heartfelt and meaningful. This story is a good example of how life doesn’t always take you on the path you wanted but your life can be just as rewarding or possibly more so. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    A total must read!

    This is the second Toni Aleo book that I've read, and guys I'm thoroughly SMITTEN!! I seriously think I've been living under a rock – I need to read all of her other books, like NOW! Lol! End Game is the fourth book in the Bellevue Bullies series, but it can definitely be read as a standalone. I didn't know a thing about the characters previously, and followed the storyline without any problems. I loved that! Ryan Justice and Sofia Castilleja share the same passion – to succeed, and be the best at what they do. Ryan lives and breathes ice hockey, and dreams that one day he'll make it into the NHL. Sofia lives and breathes gymnastics, and dreams that one day she'll open her own gym. They didn't think for one second that they would meet, fall head over heels in love, and have to question their dreams or where they'd eventually end up. Oh man! Gah! This book is just everything! Aleo's writing style totally sucked me in, and I really can't express how much I loved it! Such a fantastic book! A massive 5 shiny stars!!
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