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  • Enjoyable addition to this series!

    Icing is the fourth book in Jami Davenport's Scoring series and it was an enjoyable addition. Hyacinth, Cin to her friends, needed a new place to call home and since her best friend's boyfriend just moved in with her, that left his old room vacant. Cin took advantage of the vacancy and moved in with Steele, who is a hockey player and one of his other teammates, Ziggy. She's a bartender who also is involved as an activist and she's at the point in her life where she's starting to wonder where her future is headed. Steele plays hockey for the Seattle Sockeyes and he's known for being a rule follower, liking things just so and he's not big on relationships. When he returns from a road trip to find out that Cin has moved in, along with his teammate, he's less than thrilled. His first thought is to figure out a way to get both of them out of his hair, but is that really the right move? Cin and Steele have one of those relationships where they know just how to annoy the other. They push one another's buttons and while they proclaim to dislike one another, it's pretty clear that it's just their version of foreplay. Will these two end up being exactly what the other needs or will they end up driving each other away? Icing introduced us to some new teammates of Steele's and I'm interested to see what happens with Ziggy especially. In the meantime, if you haven't read this series, it's one I'd suggest picking up.

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  • Such opposites made for a fun read.

    This was quite the story of opposites attracting. I found it fun, very entertaining, and hot. The connection between Hyacinth "Cin" and Steele was a very strong pull and had them willingly trying to overcome their differences. Steele was very rigid in his life/routine and a little blind because of this, yet I found him very cuddly and caring beneath the surface. I loved Cin's openly relaxed stance on most things but also open to change in how she did things. They had tough choices to work through, and I enjoyed their journey. I received an ARC through Elle Wood Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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  • Loved this entertaining read

    4.5 Stars for Icing ( Scoring #4) I love my visits to Seattle especially when I’m catching up with a Sockeyes hockey player and this is Steele and Hyacinth (Cin’s) romance. Steele and Cin are not only opposites, they also know how to push each other’s buttons but that doesn’t mean they aren’t attracted to each other. Steele’s old roommate has sublet his room to Cin and her dog and the first Steele hears off it is when he arrives home from a trip and it’s not just Cin he has to deal with, the team have decided the newest rookie needs a role model and that means Ziggy has also moved in..... Steele is used to calm and order and what he is has now is clutter and noise..... There is a fine line between love and hate so will this couple drive each other crazy or will their feelings and love win the day........ This book ticked all my boxes, I laughed at the banter, I swooned at the sizzling chemistry and I fell hook, line and sinker for this couple and Ziggy. Icing will appeal to a wide range of audiences and I highly recommend you one click this gem of a read.

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  • Entertaining

    4 star Review Icing (Scoring #4) by Jami Davenport Another good addition to the Scoring series. This time it is Steele and Hyacinth (Cin) and I was invested in the story that Jami Davenport wove from the first to the last chapter. There’s a fine line between love and hate; Steele and Cin are total opposites and push each others buttons and yet there is a definite attraction that is sizzling under the surface. Returning home Steele is shocked to learn that not only Cin and her dog, as well as Ziggy another teammate have moved in. Steele has his life mapped out and the last thing he wants or needs is to be attracted to the quirky and often unconventional Cin. I really liked both Steele and Cin and it was entertaining to watch their relationship develop. Will love conquer all or will they drive one another crazy? One click and find out.

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  • Jami Davenport hits it in the net with ICING

    Jami Davenport hits it in the net with ICING (Scoring #4). In this story, Seattle Sockeyes defenseman, Steele Bailey, comes home to discover that his roommate that recently moved out sublet his place to his nemesis, Hyacinth (Cin) Meadows. To make matters worse his other former roommate leased his place to their slob teammate Ziggy. Steele likes rules and order, something Cin and Ziggy do not. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult readers. ICING is a classic opposite attracts story. Cin and Steele are complete opposites, but there is no denying their chemistry. They face some interesting obstacles, including conflicting values. Add in coach wanting Ziggy to live with Steele in hopes of his good behavior rubbing off on Ziggy’s partying ways. The story never had a dull moment. Jami Davenport does a nice job with the last puck brother to fall story. Kaden’s Puck Brother Punishment was entertaining. I am looking forward to Ziggy’s novel. He had a lot happening in this book, and I am interested in seeing how his story plays out. ICING was skillfully written and entertaining. Followers of the Seattle Sockeyes Hockey and Scoring series will appreciate this book. I recommend it to people who enjoy sports romances. I do think you could follow ICING as a stand-alone, but I do recommend reading the other books in the Scoring series first. Furthermore, if you have not read the Seattle Sockeyes Hockey series, characters from that series are in this book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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