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    Ten and Jared, together forever. ❤

    Save the Date is a story that I've been waiting for and it was everything I could have wanted in a finale for the Harrisburg Railers series. From the very first book in this series, Changing Lines, to this final story, we've seen Tennant Rowe's and Jared Madsen's relationship develop and grow. They've weathered everything from coming out as a couple to serious injury. I knew from the minute I started reading Save the Date that there would be tears and I wasn't wrong. There was also laughter because of all of shenanigans going on to prepare for Ten and Jared's wedding. It was so good to visit once again with other main characters from books in the series. While some of the books in this series could probably be read as stand-alone stories, I don't think you will be able to really appreciate and enjoy Save the Date unless you are a fan and have read at least some of the previous books. I'm sad to see this series end but I'm also very much looking forward to the new series, Arizona Raptors, coming this fall. Since we know that Jared's son, Ryker, is going to play for this team I hope that means we get to visit with Ten and Jared again at some point. Congrats to RJ and V.L. on a great writing partnership that has taught me more about hockey than I ever thought I'd want to know. 😊 ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
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    Fun, sweet, sexy wedding novella

    I would rate this 4.5 stars. I don't think we need a whole lot of paraphrasing the plot--it's a wedding! The wedding we have all been waiting for. This is the ninth story, so this not the place to jump in. It is a short novella and for what it is, accomplishes everything it sets out to do. Tennant's mom, Lisa, and Lisa (his sisters-in-law), are trying to help plan the wedding...but the guys haven't been helping a whole lot. They decide to hire a professional wedding planner three weeks before the wedding. Snort. Luckily, Trent comes to the rescue! What could possibly go wrong? Thankfully nothing too important because the relationship is the real thing, and the wedding is just a million details that are less important. The way all of their friends rally around them to plan the bachelor weekend and the venue lead to so many touching moments. Right when it might jump into schmaltzy territory, the authors rein it back in. This is all good fun with hot, sexy moments sprinkled throughout.
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    Perfect series ending & must read

    From the first page Tennant and Jared appeared together way back in Changing Lines, no matter how many entries to Harrisburg Railers RJ Scott & VL Locey wrote or how many years the series spanned you just knew they would be electric, emotional, and unforgettable. Save the Date is published proof of that very prediction. Ten and Mads might be a May/December-ish type of trope but they are what held the team together, pulled them in and helped create a family not just a team. Seeing them get their HEA is lovely, fun, sexy, romantic, and everything that made this series so special. I'm not going to say a whole lot about this story, not just the no spoiler rule I live by but also, if you've been reading Harrisburg Railers up till now, then you know how good the series is and Save the Date is just icing on the cake. From the minute Ten is weirded out over his Mom's knowledge of anal sex and Jared's uncanny ability to runaway from such convos to the couple's honeymoon destination, we get to see the team rally round the pair as the wedding of the century is brought to life. So open your invite, grab a seat, absorb everyone's contribution to the day, and feel the love. As every wedding is bound to do, there is drama but there is also humor and romance, let'f face it, Save the Date is rom-com at its finest, Hollywood and Hallmark has nothing on Scott & Locey. At this point I think I'm pretty much repeating myself with different words so I'll end my review by saying: you'll laugh, you'll cry(happy tears), you'll laugh some more, and when that final page is turned(or swiped) you won't be ready to say goodbye to the Railers but you'll know it ended the best way possible. Truth is, even though Save the Date may be the final entry in the Harrisburg Railers series, something tells me we'll see a few of them pop up from time-to-time in the authors' upcoming spin-off series, Arizona Raptors. One last note: if you haven't been reading the series and are wondering if this needs to be read in order my answer is yes. As each of the original entries feature a new couple, technically I suppose it could be considered a a standalone series but as the team appears in all of them, I just think everything flows better in order. Personally, I can't imagine reading it any other way than how it was released. The final three novellas "re-visit" previous couples so they definitely need to be read at the end but as I said, personally I highly recommend reading the Railers in the order they were written. However you choose to read them though, you won't be sorry because hockey lover or not, this is a must series for well written romance and character-driven drama fans.

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