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  • Some of my favorite hockey romances!

    This is a box set of the first 3 books in the Indianapolis Eagles Series. This is one of my favorite sports romance series, and all of them are fun, sweet, and absolutely lovely! Just Say Yes: This is a sweet second chance sports romance, the first I've read by this Author. Becca and Scott were high school sweet hearts, but Becca couldn't handle the female attention Scott received when he became a pro hockey player and broke up with him. After a chance meeting in their hometown, 8 years after their breakup, Becca realizes she never stopped loving him. This story is mostly about how they handle the rekindling of their relationship, along with some exciting scenes from Scott's NHL career. Right from the begining, Scott knew what he wanted, and did everything he could to show Becca how he felt. He was so sweet with her! Becca is a strong, independent woman, but knows she made a mistake. She just isn't sure what to do about it. But Scott knows! Unlike alot of sports themed romances, this story focuses more on the second chance romance aspect, and less on the fact that Scott just happens to play hockey for a living. It makes for a more interesting story line, and the story just seems to flow better. All told, this is a sweet, easy read that was very enjoyable. I'm looking forward to the next one, as it seems to be the beginning of a series, and would definitely recommend it to anyone that likes sports romance or second chance romances. Scoring the Player: This is the second book in the Indianapolis Eagles series. There are some events in both books that overlap (occurred in both books, but told from different points of view) but it's done in such a way that you would not be lost if you hadn't read book 1. That being said, I highly recommend reading the books in order, because events in book 2 contain spoilers for book 1, Just Say Yes. Kinley is best friends with Becca, from book 1. She, too, is a nurse, from Alaska. She is a smart, independent woman, that has had no luck with relationships. Brian is a teammate of Scott's, and has always been a player. He finds his outlook changing, but isn't quite sure what to do with that. This book, despite an instant connection between the main characters, is a slow-burn. They take their time, and I find that very refreshing. The relationship seems very real, because of that. They get to know each other before jumping into bed, and the relationship seems stronger for it. There are lots of issues for them to work through, and they might not have been able to get through them otherwise. The connection between the characters was beautiful and pure. I totally enjoyed this book, just as much as I did Just Say Yes. There are some spots that brought out the tears, and were tough to get through because of that, but it just made the book that much better, in my opinion. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone that is enjoys sports romances, and is maybe looking for something that is a little different paced than most of what is on the market today. It was a great read, that I thoroughly enjoyed! Playing for Keeps: I love, love, loved Richard and Maddy! Friends, then lovers, for years, they both hid their true feelings from each other, out of fear that it was one sided! So much time wasted! Maddy is a sports agent, a strong, independent woman, in a male dominated field. She knows who she is and what she wants from life. But her love life is just...complicated! She and Richard have had a friends with benefits relationship for years, and she has slowly developed feelings for him. Feelings she thinks have no chance of being returned. She has lived in limbo for a long time, neither moving forward in her relationship, nor moving on to something else. Richard is a professional hockey player. He has strong feelings for Maddy, wants more with her, wants everything with her, but will take whatever she will give him. He doesn't want to rock the boat, for fear that he will loose it all. This story takes the friends to lovers theme to a whole new level! I love supportive Richard is when Maddy's life spirals out of control. They are so perfect for each other! I love how, even though this is a sports romance, that isn't the focus of the story. It's about romance, and how a real love is about support and family. And did I say that I love, love, love Richard and Maddy?!?

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  • The perfect introduction to a great series!!

    I love this series by Samantha Lind and I know that after reading the first three books, you will be eager to read the rest!! Just Say Yes Becca and Scott were childhood friends who began dating in high school. Their relationship ended when Scott was drafted by the Indianapolis Eagles of the NHL, and he was heartbroken when he left for training camp to start his new life. Becca had her reasons for breaking up with Scott at the time, but she never stopped loving him. Now that he was home for the summer, she hoped with all her heart that he was still in love with her and would give her a second chance. Scoring The Player Kinley met Brian when he came to Alaska for the Stanley Cup tour with his teammates. She had been out to dinner with her best friend Becca when they bumped into Brian and they decided to all have dinner together. Brian was so smitten with Kinley that he asked her for a date and they spent the next week together. Kinley was surprised how comfortable she felt with Brian--it was as if she had known him forever. Brian was mesmerized by Kinley’s natural beauty and sexy smile. He hadn’t known Kinley long, but she really understood him and if she truly was the one for him, he would wait for her forever. Playing For Keeps Friendship can be the perfect foundation for romance as long as both parties are honest about their feelings before it is too late. Madison and Richard had been friends for many years and were always there for each other. She takes care of his dog when he is traveling and he cooks her delicious dinners when he is home. Madison had been in love with Richard for a long time, but she couldn’t wait around for him to decide how he felt. With the help of her girlfriends, she makes a decision that could change her life forever. Richard knows that he needs to pour his heart out to Madison but he doesn’t know what to do, so he asks his teammates for help. Will it be Madison or Richard who confesses their feelings first and finally makes plans for the future?

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