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  • Quick, easy, and fun sports book

    I love a fun and easy sports book. Kelly Jamieson has the talent for writing them. For The Win is a story of a farm team hockey player who is trying to live up to his superstar hockey player dad’s legacy. I live in a town with a farm team that sends players back and forth to the NFL and I know some of the players so I could picture some of our local players going through exactly what Harrison is. Harrison must learn to accept that he is talented in his own right and does not have to play hockey just as his dad did for his dad to be proud of him. He must learn how to be comfortable with his own skill level, learn what he does best, and put that to work on the ice. I enjoyed watching him find himself and I knew that when he finally did, he would be a better, happier person. The relationship between Harrison and Arya is interesting. Harrison acts like a school boy to get her attention, she pretends that she doesn’t like him. It was all fun to watch come together. I like that Harrison doesn’t push too much. He feels that something isn’t quite okay with Ayra and doesn’t push her to tell him what is going on. Ayra is careful and not sure that Harrison is trustworthy. She takes her time, learns more about him, and comes to trust him. From the very first meeting the sparks flew between these two and I loved watching the sparks get hotter and brighter. They has an attraction that was there but more importantly they knew that what they saw in each other was different that anything they had seen before. Harrison opened up to her first which I think was important to Ayra and allowed her to see that he respected her and trusted her. For a quick, easy, and fun sports book I recommend picking up For The Win by Kelly Jamieson

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  • Winning!

    Both Harrison and Arya are dealing with their own problems and trying to put their past behind them so they're alike in so many ways. But Arya has trust issues and we find out she has good reason. Harrison is persistent though and has his own goals he is working towards. It was fun getting to see these two work towards their own goals while trying not to give in to each other. I like the family aspect as well even when they have their own issues. I ended up sitting through the whole book to be able to read it in one sitting. It's that good.

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  • Fantastic

    This is another fantastic hockey story by Kelly Jamieson. I always look forward to reading her heartwarming stories about sexy hockey players and the Wynn family. I enjoyed reading this perfectly constructed story filled with passion, humor and romance. Harrison and Arya are easy to connect with; Harrison is charming and sincere and Arya needs that in her life right now. The Wynn family is a hockey dynasty, producing many great hockey players, but they also have their issues, just like everyone else. This is Harrison’s story. Harrison plays hockey but has never reached his potential and has gone back and forth between the farm team and the NHL. He is getting older and knows this is his last chance to prove himself. Arya is a yoga instructor still dealing with boyfriend issues from her past. She isn’t interested in dating again, until she meets Harrison. Arya becomes the yoga instructor for the team and Harrison and Arya just can’t stay away from each other. What I enjoyed most is the fun bantering going on between all the characters. This is a wonderful story and I can’t wait until the next one in the series.

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  • Winning isn’t everything.

    For The Win is the fourth book in the ‘Wynn Hockey’ series by Kelly Jamieson. It’s a stand-alone, but, if you haven’t read any of the others, then you should. Not just because they are an interconnected series of stand-alones, but they’re all such great stories, too. Plus, there is a story arc throughout them all. It’s not a ‘be all’ but it helps to have read them. You can still read this on its own. Just… why would you want too, lol. This is Harrison Wynn’s story. He’s been stuck in the AHL for a while, but now he’s been given a chance to shine in the NHL, it’s a dream he’s harbored since a young age but never quite fulfilled. Both, he and Arya Ross have been in previous books, so it’s nice to see them coming together. Ayra is a yoga teacher and when she first met Harrison she thought he was a bit of a clown. Harrison had a completely different response. Arya has a past that still haunts her and she finds it difficult to give her trust, never mind open up and share her feelings. Harrison, in his own unique way, shows her just how wrong she is about him. This one was bursting at the seams with all the feels. From simple friendship, to adoration and unfailing love. It tests limits and tugs at heartstrings. This is a certain One-Clicker for me. Check it out and see for yourself.

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  • Zen AF

    4 Zen AF. I think I yelled at Arya and Harrison a little much to keep that title, but it brought a whole new level to reading for me. I felt the drama of the book could have been avoided with communication and even though it seemed like a simple resolve it wasn’t. With 10% left in the book I was starting to wonder if this was going to be a romance that turned into each person moving on and being happy single. I’m glad to know that didn’t happen, it turned into a HEA. I should have had more faith and less doubt, as this author has rarely let me down.

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