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    A shot straight to your heart (4.5 stars)

    Goaltending: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey (Game On in Seattle Book 8)- A shot straight to your heart (4.5 stars) Goaltending: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey is the eighth novel in Jami Davenport’s Game On in Seattle series and this story is engaging right from the beginning. Martin ‘Brick’ Bricker is leading a charmed life and how could he not – he’s a hot, talented, successful, rich hockey goalie, who plays hard – on and off the ice! Then one day everything he has known turns on its axis when Brick opens the door of his condo and finds a 5-year-old spitfire of a girl (Macy) with suitcase in tow who changes everything in his life – even as he tries to fight against it. And believe me, he puts up quite the fight, both with his feelings for this little girl and the woman he hires to be Macy’s nanny. Amelia is a fiery, independent woman who as been dealt her share of bad everything – luck, love, circumstance and even family! The relationship between her and Macy is endearing and heart-warming as is the patience she exudes as she tears down the walls around Brick’s heart, which is a tall order as he was incorrigible at times. I enjoyed the dynamic relationship between the main characters, it was honest, complex, and humorous, especially the banter between Amelia and Brick. There were times that Brick’s attitude was a little overbearing, but I really liked their evolution – individually and together. I would recommend this book, particularly if you are into (hockey) sports romance or novels with the ‘single father’ plotline. It was fun, flirty, sexy and a truly engaging romance novel. *An Advance Copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
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    She turned me around

    This is book 8 in the series and another winner for Jami Davenport in my humble opinion. What's a guy to do when he opens his door and finds a 5 year old girl unaccompanied on his doorstep with a note in her hand and her calling him Daddy? That's the position that Martin "Brick" Bricker suddenly finds himself in. The goalie for the Sockeyes Hockey Team he certainly lives a life of wild partying. The last thing he needs or wants is to find himself suddenly the father of a 5 year old daughter Macy. I will admit that I wasn't very keen on "Brick" at first, but he certainly turned himself around and I eventually got over my initial dislike of him.  Amelia Stacey is studying as well as holding down a job with a day care centre, not far from Brick's place. When he visits the centre in hopes of getting assistance with his sudden charge, Amelia sees a chance to make life a little easier with her financial struggles and promptly agrees to be a temporary nanny to Macy whilst Brick is away. The only complication is Amelia finds herself wildly attracted to Brick. Even worse, he has decided that she is what he wants and what Brick wants, he gets.  Brick is an arrogant jerk at first and not at all likeable. Slowly he changes and as his relationship grows with Macy, he finally redeems himself. The building of the relationship with Macy had me laughing at times, their banter was so funny. For such a little girl, my heart just broke for all that she had been through and I was so relieved when Brick stood up and became the father she so desperately needed and wanted.  This was more a story of growing relationships and love, in various forms and I liked that Brick and Amelia, although involved spent a great deal of time making sure that Macy was secure. Don't get me wrong they certainly had there fair share of hot and heavy moments but Ms.Davenport did not concentrate on that angle alone. I will certainly be reading more from this series as soon as I can.
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    Goaltending

    As with all of Jami's books, I absolutely loved this novel. A great storyline
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    Poor Sap. Love to hate him

    I absolutely hated Brick when this story started. By the end of the book I felt sorry for the poor sap. Having read the other books in the series I have followed Brick as the guy who hates clothes and loves the cold. I learned why in this book and was surprised to say the least as to why he loves the cold. Jami delivered a book I couldn't put down even with life happening around me. Amelia and Macy were introduced in the this read. My heart hurt for Macy from the time Brick opened the door to her. Amelia is such a strong person to have kept this little clan together. Definitely going on my read again list! Thank you Jami for the hours of reading and enjoyment this book brought.
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    Good

    Quick, light romantic read I have read other books too in this series Do read
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