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    Brilliant

    This will probably be one of the shortest reviews that I have written for a Brenda Rothert book, purely because I want you to experience this book yourselves. Although this is the third book in the series, it is a stand alone and it is not necessary to have read either Anton or Luca before reading Victor. However, do yourselves a favour if you haven’t read them and one click. I know I have said this before but Victor is one of my favourite books from Brenda Rothert, ever. Victor may well beat Anton and Luca in the swoon worthy department. His strength and determination in overcoming his childhood and becoming such a role model was truly inspiring, the support that he shows to those he loves is overwhelming. I freely admit to numerous snort worthy, laugh out moments whilst reading and I was riveted from the first to the last chapter. Brenda Rothert has written a caring, compassionate and hot story that was at at times an emotional roller coaster of a read. There were times I laughed and times I cried and on one occasion I do recall yelling No, you can’t do that as she shattered my heart. However through our it all there was a feeling of hope, strength, and bravery in facing down situations that might well flatten others. Belinda(Lindy) Boring was the perfect heroine for Victor, her kind, compassionate and beautiful heart was exactly what he needed and deserved. I loved Victor and am anxious to read the next book in this phenomenal series.
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    All the feels

    I want to start by saying this book was everything I expected and so much more, it’s an amazing addition to the series of stand-alone books set in the world of the Chicago Blaze Hockey Team. Lindy works in concessions at the Hockey stadium where Victor plays, she see herself as just an ordinary girl that no sports star would be interested in. Victor is struggling to stay on top of his game, his past has come back to haunt him and he is at risk of losing his place in n the team so he decides to put some extra hours on Ice and that’s where he meets Lindy....... Lindy is the complete opposite to girls Victor normally dates but her openness and knowledge of hockey is just what he needs to get his head back in the game and an unlikely friendship soon forms. Friendship turns into so much more as this couple open their hearts to each other and once again this author proves she is not afraid to talk about issues so many shy away from. This book touched me on so many levels, at times I was left smiling like a Cheshire Cat and at times I was heartbroken but this book is a must read for all Hockey fans. Looking forward to more from the Chicago Blaze.
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    A must read for hockey lovers!

    This book was as fun as it was serious. There were parts I wanted to cry, parts that brought out anger, and parts where I laughed until I had tears. I just plain enjoyed this story. It reminded me of a fairy tale. About hockey! How can it get better than that?!? Lindy is just a girl, who works concessions for the Blaze organization. A Chicago girl, born and bred, she was raised by her father, to love sports of all kinds. But she's got a special spot for Victor, of the Chicago Blaze. Victor, on the other hand, didn't have such a happy childhood. And now the horrors of his childhood have come back to haunt his current life, and it's affecting his game. He's got to step it up or loose his spot. When his eyes land on Lindy, he can't get her out of his mind, even though he thinks he just wants friendship. I loved how perfect Lindy and Victor fit together. And while there were some tears, and some sadness, the story had an overall feeling of hope. This latest story in the Chicago Blaze world was fun, and I couldn't read it fast enough! This was a definite must read for hockey lovers!
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    quick and fun read

    Lindy is just your ordinary, average, every day girl who by chance meets her famous crush and it turns into an unlikely friendship.  And later into something more.  Victor had a terrible childhood but thanks to hard work he's made it to the top of his field.  While he's managed to make a family of sorts out of his teammates, he doesn't have anyone that he can really call his.  Then he meets sweet, awkward, real Lindy. This was a very fast read for me and I really enjoyed it.  The characters are appealing and it's fun watching them meet, fall in love, and handle some of life's less happy moments.  But once I had time to digest I realized that Rothert put a lot into her book that I felt really could have been delved into more - like Victor's relationship with his mom, his childhood cancer, Victor changing his mind on Lindy, how they handled the outing of their relationship with the press.  These things are hit on lightly but had potential for so much.  That doesn't even get into the past that is giving Victor so much trouble.  Rothert opens the door to make him a hero for so many and ... she lets it go.  I appreciate that she does have him come to terms with it for himself and maybe she can come back around to it in a future story but she put the possibility out there and left it.  I just wish there'd been a chance to add a little more depth to the story. Overall, though, Victor is a quick and satisfying Cinderella story that's a perfect poolside read - just don't tell Lindy I called her that! I'm looking forward to seeing more in the series and from this author. (This is the first in this series that I've read but I felt like it could stand on its own.) **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Loved it!

    I think Victor is my favorite of the Chicago Blaze hockey stories. Victor is off his game and needs to get it together before he loses his position on the team. Lindy is a young girl working concessions who has crushed on Victor for years. A chance meeting has her giving him some advice on his game play. They quickly form a wonderful friendship before realizing their feelings for each other run deeper than friendship. I really enjoyed reading their story. Both characters were very likable and their relationship felt real to me. I highly recommend this story to everyone who enjoys a well written, realistic, hockey romance.
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