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    Another excellent book in the Pilots Hockey series. This is book four but each can be read standalone without any problem. This is Pavel "Pasha" Gribov's story. He's cocky, sexy, gorgeous, and a commitment phobe of the highest order. When he finds himself on a singles cruise, dragged along by his teammate he knows that the woman are looking for "the one" and that wasn't him. So when a beautiful woman named Kristen Katsaros is looking to fend off all the men on board and wants him to be her "fake" boyfriend he simply can't say no. Kristen was given the cruise by her well meaning but pushy parents as a graduation gift. They want her to find a nice Greek boy and settle down. Pasha is neither Greek or looking to settle down so he's perfect in her eyes! Soon things turn steamy between the two and Pasha begins to rethink his no commitment stance. Problem is he and Kristen have a past. She just doesn't know it. What will she say when she finds out who he really is??? Will this thing be over before it really begins? I highly recommend this one!!
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    Amazing Book!!!

    Unsportsmanlike Conduct by Sophia Henry....This was an amazing book, with great characters, drama, fun, sexy and keeps you turning pages. Sophia Henry has won a new reader, I can't wait to read more by her. This is a must read if you like sport romance and perfect for a weekend. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book given by publisher via NetGalley.
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    An entertaining read, delightful and dreamy.

    *ARC is obtained through Tasty Book Tours in exchange for an honest review* My Rating: ❤❤❤❤ (4 hearts) Unsportsmanlike Conduct is definitely an entertaining read, delightful and dreamy. I mean, hunky hockey player with a stunning Greek girl? SIGN.ME.UP! About the Story: Kristen Katsaros or KK is a stunning Greek girl with cystic fibrosis (CF) who is on a Caribbean cruise trip. She accidentally meets a deliciously-hot beefcake called Pasha and decided to have a fake-but-not-really-fake fling with him on the trip. Apparently, Kristen and Pasha then developed stronger feelings towards each other but decided to parted ways when the trip ends. However, Kristen later bumped into Pasha again only to learned he is actually Pavel Gribov THE hockey player, in which he hided that fact before. Kristen and Pasha later on have to make up their mind on whether they are willing to be with each other and makes their relationship works or separate and be miserable. This book has certainly hooked me from the very first page and I truly enjoyed Kristen and Pasha's journey especially from the getting to know each other part, life-threatening adventures and all the way towards their HEA. In view of this, I have many things that I love from the book and surprisingly, I couldn't find anything that I dislike so in this review I will only make a list of Things that I love about the book and forgo the Things that I dislike about the book. Things that I love about the book: How very sweet and understanding Pasha is about Kristen having CF. Kudos to him for not freaking out or be weird about that. Kristen's determination and strong will in living despite having to go through the vest therapies, taking enzymes before every freaking meals and all the other stuffs because of the CF. I think that makes her so admirable. Those steamy, panty-melting scenes of Pasha and Kristen. I mean, they were thoroughly well-written and made me fanning myself. A LOT. All in all, I think Unsportsmanlike Conduct is a very delicious treat, one that you can enjoy either as up-all-night-bedtime-stories (that will makes you dreaming about it once you sleep) or even during the day which can make you daydream possibly about a Russian hockey player, Adonis and beefcake all combined. I would surely recommend it to contemporary romance lovers who have the affinity towards Russian, Greek and sportsman with well-defined muscles ;)
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    Unsportsmanlike Conduct

    Sophia Henry is yet another new-to-me author that I am so happy I took a chance on. UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT is the fourth book in her Pilots Hockey series, however it was easy to read as a standalone without having read the first three books. I think it actually helped that I had not read the first three books because I was able to take Pasha at face value without the bias of his character’s behavior in the previous books. Her main characters, Pasha and Kristen were both very likeable, easy to connect with and root for. I felt the storyline was very well- developed and the author did a good job of taking on a serious health issue with Kristen, but not allowing it to take away from the romance of the story. I liked that they literally ran into one another at the beginning of the story and then how the author realistically develops their attraction considering they only have one week on the cruise ship to get to know one another. Pasha and Kristen might be strangers (and the intense sexual attraction between the two of them is definitely key) however they actually have a lot in common which speeds along the emotional bond they form. They both carry a lot of emotional baggage and are typically unwilling to make theirselves vulnerable enough to give love a chance. They both use a bold no-nonsense attitude as a defense mechanism. On the lighter side, they both have a strong sense of adventure, a dry sense of humor, and a healthy respect for living each day as it comes and to the fullest. Neither is truly carefree, but they bring out the best in each other and had a lot of fun together. It was easy to see how they just worked and why they fell in love in such a short time. This book is definitely very steamy, but also has some great dialogue/banter, and well-developed characters, keeping the story moving along at a steady pace. I read this book in one sitting… I could not put it down until I knew these two had worked things out and were giving their love a chance. 4.5 stars ~Complimentary copy downloaded from NetGalley. Review comments are my honest opinions.
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    Time to love

    This is book # 4 in the Pilots Hockey series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. But, why miss out on such an amazing series if you don't have to? For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading the series in order. Kristen & Pavel meet on a singles only cruise. The bad news for Kristen is an old friend is stalking her with her parents permission. The good news is Pavel is there as well. Pavel AKA Pasha, honestly wants to get to know Kristen better. He is just certain his past will come in between them and wipe any happiness out. Little does he know, Kristen has a secret that may do that all on it's own........ What a terrific series this is! This book was stunning and amazing all on its own. The characters pull you in almost immediately. The heat between them is so HOT! I had such a hard time putting this book down. Who needs dinner anyway? A good book is food for my soul. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review.

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