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    5 star Review Shutout: A Seattle Sockeyes Novel (The Scoring Series Book 1) by Jami Davenport Jami Davenport is off to a flying start with the first book in her latest series. This is a second chance at love story that ticked all the boxes for me. Every time I read a book I by this author, I think “oh this is my favourite” and then along comes another book to prove me wrong. Caro had a hard life as a teenager and one of the brightest moments in her life was the relationship she had with Easton. When he broke her heart and left to pursue his hockey dreams she was devastated and turned to her old boyfriend Mark to ease the pain. . Fast forward a number of years and Easton knows that he is missing something in his life but exactly what that is, he is unsure. Caro on the other hand has found happiness and has a family with her husband Mark, until tragedy strikes. When Caro learns some shocking news, she knows she has no alternative but to re connect with Easton. The sparks that fly between Easton and Caro are just as intense as when they were younger, however these two have a shared past that may not be so easy to put behind them. Will the chemistry and obvious attraction that still remain be enough for them to overcome the hurts of the past and find a future together? From the start of Shutout, I wanted these two to get back together, not only for themselves but for the children. It was obvious to those around them that these four people deserved to make a happy life together. The pain that the twins have gone through with the loss of their father was palpable and tears welled in my eyes as they struggled to come to terms with all the changes that were happening around them. The secondary characters were entertaining and I appreciate that Ms.Davenport’s characters are not perfect, human if you will and the situations they find themselves in are easy to relate too. Ms. Davenport had me hooked from the first to the last chapter of this well written story. Shutout is an entertaining story that captivated me and I cannot wait to read more in this exciting new series.
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    Perfect start to a series

    What a great start to the new The Scoring Series from Jami Davenport and I have to say this book will certainly be appearing on my best reads of 2020....... I also have to say I finished this book a few days ago but I have really struggled to find the words to do this story and it’s characters justice. A shock discovery for the newly widowed Caroline leads her back to her childhood sweetheart but how do you tell the man who walked away from you that your 6 year old twins carry his DNA and how do you tell your children that the daddy they are grieving for was only their daddy in name, their birth father is actually Easton Black a NHL player...... More than one life gets turned upside down in this emotional roller coaster and I found myself at times thinking come on guys sort this out for the sake of your children but then I wondered how I would feel if I had been left in this situation. Easton after the initial shock is ready to step up and be a father but will Caro let him and what will those adorable twins feel when their world comes crashing down once again.... This book has all the feels you want in a great read, it’s emotional, it’s a tear jerker and it’s got plenty of witty banter to cheer you up. This book captivated me it drew me in from the first page and that for me is a sign of a very special story, one I won’t forget and one I will read again and again. What’s next in this series who knows but I for one can’t wait, I highly recommend this book to all sports romance lovers as well as all romance lovers. One click this must read now !!!!
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    Your First Love is your True Love

    I love this story and how Jami brings this couple together. I also love how the book isn’t filled with a lot of explicit sex scenes. They can only be written so many ways as is. This author instead chooses to write about the characters and how they over come the differences and mistakes. Recommend this book. My understanding is this is the first of a new series or a first in a spin off series.
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    nice written story. Scarlett marries Ruyder to save her company.
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    Great start to this series!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review** I'm a sucker for a good sports romance and Shutout was a very good one. As the first book in the Scoring Series, we meet up with some familiar names if you've read Davenport's Seattle Sockeyes series, but we also meet a new crop of rookies. Easton Black is concentrating on making the Seattle Sockeyes team as a rookie. He knows there is something missing in his life, but he's not quite sure what it is. A couple of years prior, he tracked down his ex-girlfriend, the one that got away, and he realizes that he's too late; she's married and has children. He refocuses on hockey and hopes it will fulfill him. Caroline Mills has recently lost her husband much too soon and she is now dealing with that loss while also raising her two young twins. When she finds out from her husband's parents that he had been adopted and had never know, it spurs her on to get a DNA test done so the children can know their father's side of the family. What she never expected was that her husband was not the father of her twins, the man she had such a connection with for a short period when she was young is. Knowing she has to do the right thing, she reaches out to Easton and asks to meet him. The chemistry between them is still unbelievable and off the charts, but she knows she's got to do the hard thing and tell him he's a father. Things don't go well right off the bat, but slowly Easton ends up spending time with the kids and unavoidably with Caro as well. Will these two people that still have such a strong connection be able to create the family that maybe they should have had all along or will things fall apart? I enjoyed this story and I'm really looking forward to what's coming with some of the other rookies. It's clear that Davenport has set us up for some very interesting stories to come!
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