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    Hold On

    This is book # 3, in the Brooklyn Bruisers series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this great series in order. Lauren loves her job. Today, she hates her job. She has to come in contact with her past and the only man she has ever loved. There might not be enough to drink in the world. Mike knows he messed up big time. Every single time he and Lauren are in the same room together the old pain is back. He wants to help her heal, but he wants her to himself. This story tore me apart. I felt all the emotions. These characters are already so real to me Great addition to the series.
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    Terrific second chance romance!

    Even though this is part of a series, this book can be read as a stand-alone. I haven’t read the other two books in this series and I didn’t miss a beat. I love sports romance and second chance romance so this was right in my wheelhouse! What a devastatingly beautiful love story this was. Mike and Lauren had known each other for years, considered each other friends, until Mike was going through his divorce. Then he pursued Lauren. They were soul mates and each other’s one true love. Until Mike started pulling away. Then one evening he ended it with Lauren, telling her he was moving back with his wife and daughter. All he said was that they needed him and he was sorry. Lauren tried for weeks to get Mike to give her more answers, but he wouldn’t take her calls. She finally gave up. Brokenhearted she left the organization that she loved, working for the Bruisers and took a position with another part of the company that owned the team. Until her boss told her she had to go back and work as the office manager again for the Bruisers temporarily. That’s the last thing she wanted to do was go back and see Mike again. All the humiliation and pain of seeing him again. Mike’s wife died a year ago, ovarian cancer. He moved home to help take care of their pre-teen daughter. Mike is a great guy, he still loves Lauren, he never stopped, but he messed things up so badly with her. He handled it all wrong and he knew she wouldn’t want to try to have a relationship with him again. She had lost her trust not only in him, but with all men. This is all about second chances and forgiveness. Mike and Lauren had a once in a lifetime kind of love that couldn’t be ignored and Mike wouldn’t let Lauren forget that. There was so much time they had to make up for and hurdles to get over. It was a road they had to go down and not ignore. There was some push and pull between the characters, but the pain and love between these two was evident. The story was so well written and all the feels came through. I really enjoyed this second chance hockey romance and I know you will too! I can’t wait for more!
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