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    Loved it

    Wow! Jami did it again. What happens when you become an insta dad? You get a nanny of course! Watching Brick, Amelia, and Macy navigate their new world was amazing. There was a lot of emotion for each party as well as healing. A story filled with family, healing, passion, and love. A great addition to the series.
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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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    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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    Goaltending: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey (Game On in S

    Goalie, Martin "Brick" Bricker’s playboy social life comes to a halt when his five-year-old daughter, that he didn’t know he had, is left at his doorstep. He hires nanny, Amelia Stacey, to help take care of her. He puts the moves on Amelia, but she’s blocking all his shots. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adults. At first, I wasn’t crazy about Brick. I liked him more as the story progressed. I appreciated that he realized when he was being a jerk. Deep down, he is a good guy who guards his heart. I like Amelia. She is hardworking and great with kids. I felt bad about the things she went through. They are both broken and help each other become whole. Macy is a cute kid. My heart went out to her and all her loss. I like how her relationship evolved with Amelia and her dad. I enjoyed the plot. It was believable and heartfelt. There were interesting twists. The characters grew and overcame pertinent obstacles. There were many humorous scenes. One of my favorites was when Brick’s teammate, Rush, was babysitting Macy. I enjoyed the ending; it felt well resolved. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Sexy &a Sweet!

    Score! Fantastic read! Goaltending is funny, heartwarming and hot! Between a hot as hell hunk with all the moves that don't quit and a smart witty, beautiful nanny, and a five year old precocious daughter who turn his world upside down this book will keep you glued to the pages. Couldn't put it down. Martin "Brick" Bricker was one lucky guy, he had it all. Good looks, ripped body, more money than he could spend and more woman then he could handle. It was great to be him! As the starting goalie for the Seattle Sockeyes, and known as the party boy life was good. But when he opens up his front door to find a little girl staring at him with dark hair and huge brown eyes and a note telling him that she was his daughter, his fast paced life is about to change. He wasn't father material! Amelia Stacey works part-time at her sister-in-law's day care, it came with an apartment as part of her salary and with her part-time hours she could continue her college classes. When A drop dead gorgeous hunk of a man comes in to the day care looking for a temporary nanny for his five year old daughter she takes the job. The good money she earned would help pay for next quarters tuition. But with a sexy hunk putting out all the moves in his repertoire to get her in his bed, and a beautiful little girl that has lost so much in her five years, will she be able to walk away in two weeks unscathed. Will Brick prove to be father material? Will Amelia let down her guard long enough to fall? Will Brick find something he never knew he needed? You won't want to put this down, as you find out the answers to these questions. Loved it! Don't pass this one up get it now! Received a ARC through L. Woods PR and voluntarily wrote an honest review.
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