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    An entertaining story

    Book 2 from a series which can read as a stand-alone. The main characters from book 1 are also in this story but more as secondary among others. Emmitt is the new goalie and it seems Ryu, who is already the goalie, got competition. Ryu got a strong aversion against Emmit. There is a lot of tension and the best way to get rid of that is to blow off the steam occasionally, with the other. When occasionally turns into regularly and hate turns into something else they even work out as dual goalies. Until their coach put a halt and tells them only one will play and the other occasional. Emmitt wants to be the one and no way they can have any sort of relationship. “We’re not talking, you’re monologuing,” I really enjoyed this one. Is was about more than only the two men. There are family matters, team members, especially Morley, who I loved. Maybe he will have the next book? Ryu in the closet felt a bit unnecessary, it didn’t have a real dealing part in this story. For me, I would have loved a more defined end. Is was an entertaining story, nicely captivating written. Overall a good addition to the series.
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    I love hockey stories and this one was special

    I have totally enjoyed reading Goalie Interference. I love hockey stories and this one I found even a bit more special. Ryu and Emmett were so good together. I really love enemies to lovers and this was a great version. They were hot and interesting and I loved the keeping it a secret bit too. What made it special to me was the mention, not once, but 3 times of Grant Fuhr. I am from and live in the city he’s from, Spruce Grove, Alberta. It was so cool to read about him in the book. He’s the best goalie after all, and I am super proud to be from his city. I really thank the authors for including him. I loved this book and am loving the series and look forward to reading more about them in the Hat Trick series. I recommend this book.
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    Enemies to lovers wrapped up in a hockey bow

    Admittedly, it took me a bit to get into Goalie Interference. Purely based on first impressions, I wasn’t crazy about Emmitt, and following their initial interactions, I was a little unconvinced about Ryu and Emmitt as a couple. However, as with this writing duo’s past works, the relationship, characters, and writing won me over and hooked my attention as things began developing between Ryu and Emmitt. As a hockey fan, I tend to be fairly critical of hockey romances, but this duo knows their stuff. The details of hockey travel, practice, and on ice gameplay are all on point without diminishing the burgeoning relationship between Ryu and Emmitt, delivering a well-balanced sports romance. I really liked the competitive/ enemies-to-lover dynamic cultivated throughout the start of the book. Not only did it lead to some intensely sexy moments, but it flushed out the characters’ personalities quickly and developed their chemistry. Ultimately, I enjoyed Emmitt and Ryu as a couple and liked the slow slide of their relationship from a physical to emotional fueled connection. I especially liked the ending because it captured both the team dynamic as well as the close bond the Ryu and Emmitt shared. Goalie Interference is a definite recommendation for me, especially for hockey fans. *Reviewed via Netgalley for Alpha Book Club*
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    Game play and steam

    Enemies to lovers is one of my favorite romance tropes, but Goalie Interference was just an okay read for me. Ryu and Emmitt are competitors. They both want the top position, and they both want to be on the ice for the playoffs. There is some back and forth in the very beginning, but other than that, I never really got the enemies to lovers vibe. That fierce sense of rivalry is there, and they both want to win. They wouldn't be valuable players if they didn't, but I just never got that animosity that comes with being enemies. The big, angsty problem is what I expected, and we get lots of moping on both sides, maybe a little too much moping. There is some wit and fun, mostly when Emmitt and Ryu are interacting with the team, particularly Morley. I absolutely love the fun-loving Morley. Given the circumstances, the relationship isn't public knowledge, and Ryu isn't even out, but that isn't a cause for worry here, which was refreshing in this type of romance. I will add that for those who want gameplay, this one gives us plenty of that. As the team heads into the playoffs, the play gets more and more exciting, and the authors do an excellent job of drawing you into the game. In the end, Ryu and Emmitt do have good chemistry, and their story is certainly plenty steamy, but it lacks the highs and lows of enemies turning into lovers while they fight every step of the way. It is certainly worth the read, and I'll be interested to see what's next for this series - I'm secretly hoping Morley gets a turn soon. As for this one, it wasn't exactly what I was hoping for, but it did keep me entertained with its engaging characters and gameplay.
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    Goalie Interference

    A great contemporary interracial/multicultural hockey romance between two goalies. I loved it!
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