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    Great romance YA with a lot of hockey

    ARC provided by Entangled Publishing via NetGalley for honest review. This book was great. It was such a good read that I read it all in one setting (‘cause I mean, who needs sleep anyway? I can live off caffeine and books instead of sleeping). The story was fun and witty, an easy and nice read; there was romance and friendship, the importance of family and A LOT OF hockey. But let’s get into a bit more detail. I loved Al and her sass throughout the book, her enthusiasm for everything and how she would just go for it when pretending to be a boy; that was a lot of fun. Sometimes she was a bit too oblivious and I wanted to shake her but she definitely was a really good character. I loved the fact there was a dual POV because it helped understand better what both characters were thinking and feeling and it made everything more interesting. To be fair, the first thing I though when reading the fist chapter with Hayden’s point of view was “ damn, what an asshole” and things didn’t improve right away because he was also painfully cocky. That didn’t last long though, I started to understand him better and he started to change. I think he was the character with the biggest personality growth making him very likeable. I though it was odd his sudden change towards Al but whatever, the story was great and I loved the characters (although Al’s brother was starting to get a bit on my nerves). Overall the book was really good, I like the author’s style because it was engaging and descriprive yet not too long with the descriptions. If you’re looking for a fun, really nice romance sports book, this one is the right pick for you.
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    sweet Y&A read

    3.75stars This one is sweet sports love story. And all is happening on the ice because both main characters are hockey players. It is cute and quick read. It is a story about hockey, growing up and finding yourself, what you like and what you must let go. Both Alice and Hayden are well developed characters. They are interesting and easy to love. It is hard to characterize Allie because we see her like she also is feeling in a few different roles/parts. They are both really young and have already a lot of them behind so they teach each other how to let go and find a way to live again. The few kisses that were shared were hot and I secretly wanted more. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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