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    Awesome

    I absolutely loved this book! Playmaker is the third book in the Breakaway Series from this author but it can easily be read standalone. You will love the writing and characters in each of these books. We met Paige aka Lacey, and Maddox in the previous book and now we get their story! This is a great second chance story that proves that what happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas. There will be times when you want to head slap each of these characters but you can't help but want to see them find their happy. I highly recommend this one.
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    Feel Good Story

    The is the third book in the Breakaway series and it is a fun, feel good story. This is a second chance romance mixed with sexiness and sweetness. The characters are genuine and the story endearing and there are also entertaining secondary characters. Maddox and Lacey meet, hook up and marry in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, Lacey leaves without saying goodbye to Maddox and they don’t see each other again until they attend the same wedding. Maddox plays hockey for the Charlotte Strikers and he stole my heart. He is willing to do whatever it takes to prove himself to Lacey. He loves Lacey and wants the world to know she is his. It takes Lacey awhile to realize she can trust Maddox. Lacey is smart, friendly, kind and she is just finishing medical school. She knows most hockey players cheat and she worries Maddox will eventually cheat on her. Lacey has to learn to let down her guard and trust Maddox. No one knows Maddox and Lacey secretly married in Las Vegas two years ago. They are trying to work things out but Maddox has a bad reputation. He isn’t well liked by his teammates and he doesn’t have many friends. He has to prove himself to Lacey, the guys on the team and Lacey’s family. Maddox and Lacey care about each other but have a series of misunderstandings. I found it easy to like both Maddox and Lacey, they make a great couple and have a lot of chemistry.
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    2nd chance at love/ hockey romance

    When I decided to read Playmaker by LP Dover, I didn’t actually realize that this is the 3rd in a series. It’s part of the Breakaway series, which is about the Charlotte Strickers, a team that’s high on the NHL. So, while this is a standalone, there is a lot of chatter from the previous two books, that had me scratching my head as I didn’t know who or what it was about. This was kinda confusing for me and put me off a little bit. Don’t get me wrong. It was a good story, and had I read the previous books, one I no doubt would have enjoyed it even more. If you’re a fan of hockey romances and 2nd chances then you’ll like this. If you’re a fan of the Breakaway series, you’ll love it.
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    Review: Breakaway 3: Playmaker

    Playmaker by L.P. Dover is the third standalone romance in her Breakaway hockey series. While each book stands alone with different characters and their own HEA, the timeline is sequential and would be better enjoyed reading order, but it isn't necessary. Playmaker is told in dual POV between Maddox, cousin to Callie and sister to Dallas, both of whom we met in the last book, Blocked. What we didn't know much about was the history that these two characters already have between them. Over two years ago they met in Vegas, spent a wonderful week or so together, got married and then the next day she split, taking the rings, the marriage license and even her real name with her. I spent a lot of time slightly aggravated with Lacey. This is often the trouble with dual POV books, we know how genuine the Hero is being but the heroine may not have a clue. I believe this was the case here. Maddox was heartbroken and hasn't moved on, despite what he allowed the tabloids to think. Thanks to his money and a really good PI he found his wife but left her alone to finish medical school. Without a definitive plan for the future he finds himself out of town when Lacey shows up in North Carolina and turns out to be Dallas' sister.She isn't ready to trust him, thanks to the misleading tabloid photos and he is ready to give up on everything. An emotional journey dealing with feelings of betrayal and resentment that works through them and eventually finds love and forgiveness. Well-written and well-paced. Can't wait for more - Maybe Justin's book next? Enjoy!
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    Great HEA

    Playmaker kept me up all night long This is one of those rare books that once I started I couldn’t put down. There is no getting any sleep when that Sexy as heck Maddox is on the scene, he is going on the book boyfriend list. Maddox and Lacey spent spring break in Vegas and ended up married, only to have her disappear from his life the next morning. Now a couple of years later she shows up again. There are always complications and twists and turns to every good story and this one wouldn’t let me put the kindle down until I came to the end. Great feel-good story with a HEA ending, Loved it!!
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