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    5 star Review Penalty Play: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey (Game On In Seattle #9) by Jami Davenport This is book 9 in the series and another winner for Jami Davenport in my humble opinion. This is the story of single dad and star defenceman Matt LaRue and free spirited Violet Strider. Where do I start? This book had me hooked from the very first page. I absolutely loved Matt and Vi, two complete opposites on the surface but oh how they melded together. Matt is a totally conservative man, with a failed marriage behind him, his only focus is his two young boys and being the best dad that he can to them; Vi is hiding a past full of secrets. Neither of them expect their smoking hot “dates” to lead any further but oh how wrong they are. From the star of Penalty Play I wanted these two to get together and remain that way, so much so I had everything crossed that Matt would forgive Vi when her world starts crashing down around her, but can Matt trust Vi? Can they each work through the troubles of their pasts and in doing so find a love that is strong enough to face any test? Can Vi earn back Matt’s trust or is she fated to lose the man and his sons that she has come to love so deeply? The chemistry between Matt and Violet is scorching and despite being such opposites they really do gel together. This was one of those books that I simply didn’t want to put down. I love that Ms.Davenport’s characters are not perfect, they are flawed and the situations they find themselves in are easy to relate too, her characters are strong and her stories well written. Although it is book 9 in the series, it can easily be read as a stand alone.
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    Awesome

    What a great addition to the series! At first glance Vi and Matt seem like complete opposites ho hate each other and can’t deny their chemistry. As they spend more time together the tables turn on them and they discover not all things are as they seem. I loved the way the group of characters came together to support each other. This story was filled with painful pasts, hopeful futures, exciting presents, passion, love, and family! Can’t wait for more from the series!
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    Opposite can not only attract, they ignite!

    Penalty Play: Seattle Sockeyes Hockey is the ninth novel in Jami Davenport’s Game On in Seattle series and this story is endearing and complex right from the start. Some of the characters were introduced in the last novel by Jami Davenport, Goaltending, and if you had the opportunity to read the last book, this one is even better. Single dad, Matt LaRue, is as straight laced and dependable as they come, to his boys, his team, his friends and more often than not, even to himself. He has no time or patience for anything else, including fun due to the personal heartbreaks that his ex-wife caused. His world is then thrown off kilter when Violet ‘Vi’ Strider enters his life like a F5 tornedo and everything is flipped upside own. She is everything that he should not have or want in his life – a fiery, independent free spirit, a stripper and someone with a questionable past. His complete opposite and in this case opposites not only attract, they ignite! What starts off as a casual fling grows into something more, even when obstacles intervene to tear everything apart. The relationship between Vi and Matt is complex, sizzling, heart-warming and relatable. I enjoyed the dynamic relationship between the main characters as it was honest and humorous, as well as their evolution – individually and together. I also enjoyed the way that Jami writes about the other secondary characters with purpose. As much as I loved this storyline, I cannot wait for Jared’s and Steph’s story, which I believe is next. That one should be explosive! Jami, please don’t keep us waiting long. I would highly 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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    Opposites Attract

    Worth the wait. Loved the characters and the meaning behind them. Jami took a girl who was struggling in every sense and gave her an attitude to survive her past and present. This character gives me hope that no matter the situation if you hold your head high own who you are and do the right thing good will prevail. Matt hmm what’s to say about him. All people change or can change when the right person is out into there life. These characters are great examples of the saying. You know when you know. There isn’t a set mold as to why your life partner will be. You can’t conjure up a make believe image and hope that person exists. When they walk into your life your partner list will fly out the window anyway. Love the story line and the new chances and new beginnings. . .
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    Penalty Play by Jami Davenport

    Jami Davenport is on a winning streak with PENALTY PLAY the ninth book in the Game On in Seattle series. NHL defenseman/single dad Matt LaRue is conservative as it gets, but he can’t fight his attraction to tattooed covered Violet Strider. Meanwhile, Vi is worried her past could hurt them. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences. I enjoyed PENALTY PLAY. The story was thought-provoking and clever. Matt and Vi are a classic example of opposites attract, although fundamentally they have similarities. They are both good people that put their loved ones ahead of themselves. Both characters had a lot of depth and grew through the novel. They learned from one another becoming more well-rounded. My heart went out to Vi and what happened to her in her past. I like that she became a better person for it, instead of a becoming bitter. Matt’s ex-wife is a piece of work, especially where their kids are concerned. I’m glad they found Vi. I like that she was uncomfortable around the kids at the beginning. It was realistic considering her background. The story was well-written and fits in nicely with the rest of the series. As an animal lover, I appreciated how the story ended. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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