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    A great addition to the series; you'll need tissue

    I know next to nothing about hockey but I love this series so much. You don't need to know anything about hockey to appreciate the wonderful love stories written by RJ Scott and V.L. Locey. New backup goalie for the Harrisburg Railers, Bryan Delaney, had a sad home life until he went to live with a billet family at age 15. He's been dating a man who is a jerk and has trampled on his self-confidence. After being traded to the Railers he misses the jerk who has taught him to mistrust everyone but soon realizes that he could be happy with his new team. Gatlin Pearce, the tattoo artist who inks most of the Railers, is intrigued by Bryan when they first meet. He wonders how such a seemingly timid person can play an aggressive sport like hockey. He wants to help pull Bryan out of his shell and more even though there is a pretty big age gap between them. This story is really full of feels. There's the part about Bryan's birth family and how they treated him. Gatlin also has family issues that are so sad. And there is something huge that I can't talk about here but, trust me, I think you will want to keep the tissues handy. Another great thing about this story is how much we get to see our favorite Russian, Stan, who takes Bryan under his wing and entertains us with his unique style of witty sayings. I just can't say enough good things about this book and the entire series. I think this might be the final book for the Railers but Ryker's book, Owatonna U. Hockey #1 is coming in late September and I'm dying to read it. Note: I feel obligated to mention that this story has somewhat of a cliffhanger but don't let that stop you from reading it. The main story for Bryan and Gatlin is concluded but you will be left dying to read Ryker's book. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
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