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  • I couldn't put it down!

    I’ve been reading Amy Aislin’s books for a little over three year now and I have loved them all. I am particularly fond of her hockey books and Keeping Casey is a great addition to the rest of her work. Friends-to-lovers is one of my favorite romance tropes and this one combines that with a fake boyfriend scenario which just adds to the deliciousness. If you are looking for a lot of hot, sexy time you won’t find it in this book but don’t let that keep you from reading it. What you will get is a story with so much heart that it brought me to tears more than once. Ethan and Casey have been friends forever. They both suffered a tragic loss that impacted their lives greatly. Ethan managed to bounce back fairly well but Casey still struggles and won’t allow himself to get close to anyone for fear of losing them. Ethan also faces a health challenge and Casey is concerned about hockey causing Ethan more pain. Some of my comments above may make you think that this is an overly angsty story but it isn’t. It’s a great story about the life of a couple of college kids, the friends they make and how their personal struggles, school work and sports, impact their lives. There is a great HEA and I loved the epilogue but I hope we see more of Ethan and Casey in future books in this series. Fans of Amy’s Stick Side series will be pleased to see some familiar faces turn up in Keeping Casey. A copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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  • Slow build Tug on the heartstrings Romance

    Absolutely adore these two 🥰 Casey is OCD with an energy level that just draws you in And Ethan he makes me think safe - definitely 🧸 teddy bear status This is a slow build best friends to lovers romance that touches on many new adult topics Learning to balance life's demands Accepting that it is ok to ask for help. Living with a disability Just to mention a few A solid cast of characters with each bringing something special to the story I do wish we had gotten a little more closure (?) with some of the events as well as maybe a bit more background - but I have always been a touch greedy that way Overall a sweet slow-paced read that is easy to follow and touches all the heart strings I want more from this cast 😍

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  • Loved this book!

    I loved this book, just like all other books by Amy Aislin. I got sucked into the story and it didn't want to let me go, even though it's a low angst, on the fluffy side book, it never ever got boring. Even though I wanted to shake some sense into Casey at some point ;) Ethan and Casey have been friends forever, and you can feel their deep connection from page 1. I loved their chemistry, I loved that this book is very light on sex. It was refreshing. It's all about their deep love for each other. Just go and read it :D

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  • More in Glen Hill

    I enjoyed catching up with people from previous Ble Hill books. It was interesting to see the different ways people deal with similar grief - Casey, Ethan, Ethan's dad. We get to see Ethan, Casey and their friends through their freshman year at college.hockey, work, school, homophobia, and health issues. Joyce seemed too good to be true. Though there are good people in this world, so why couldn't she be generous.

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