[Review] Rhodi’s Light – Megan Linski

rhodi's light - megan linskiI read this book in October of 2016 for a book tour through Xpresso Book Tours. The blog it toured on no longer exists but this amazing book is still worth sharing!

Flight. Hyperspeed. Clairvoyance. 

These are some of the powers gifted to the Rhodi, an ancient sect of assassins who defend Crescentia, a dystopian world with a dying hope. 

Dyliana Fairsson is one of them. After losing her parents to a suspicious accident, she and her twin brother, Devin, join the Rhodi to avoid starvation. Under the direction of her master, Dylan struggles to learn the strength of her magic . . . as well as hide the growing scars on her wrists. Can Dylan become the warrior, the hero, she’s destined to be? Or is she fated to fall from the light into the darkness? 

This book was something completely new for me. When I first started it, I thought I was reading a straight-up fantasy novel, with the intense world-building and the characters. It all seemed very fantasy-ish to me (like something out of Game of Thrones or a similar world). But then you add in cars and cell phones and it turns into this dystopian world, but still keeping many of the fantasy aspects. It’s a combination I haven’t seen before and, though I wasn’t sure it would work in the beginning, I very quickly got sucked down Linski’s rabbit hole and found myself lost in the world of Crescentia, not wanting it to end. At the same time, though, I was flying through the pages, eager to see how it eventually would end, and how it leads into the next book. The ending, I will admit, wasn’t what I was hoping would happen with the main characters but it should make for a very exciting book 2.

A lot of what I loved about this book was the characters. At first, I wasn’t fond of Dylan. She was whiny. Very whiny. Not my kind of character. But she grew out of that (thankfully!) and I loved watching the bonds form between students and masters.

I originally gave this book 4 out of 5 stars when I reviewed it on Goodreads but have since changed that. It was mostly because I was still upset with the ending (and why I now wait a day or two to review). What can I say . . . I’m an emotional reader!

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Ginger Mom (because it will get confusing because we’re both Megans): This first question is going to be a silly one but, why twins?
Megan: I used to be obsessed with twins. When I started writing Rhodi’s Light, I really wanted to have twins as my own children, through birth or adoption. I’m a big fan of adoption, which is a huge theme of the series.

Ginger Mom: Do you have a particular place you like to write? Somewhere that makes the inspiration “flow”? Also, computer or pen and paper?
Megan: I love writing outside and in nature. Anywhere outdoors is my favorite writing place, particularly if it’s in a forest. However, I do my best writing when I’m trapped in unusual places. My best work has come from places like dingy, bleak offices, the back of classrooms or dingy bedrooms, even Burger King! I find being in these particularly normal surroundings pushes me to find the magic, even in the most mundane. I also find I write well when I’m in some sort of emotional chaos. That pushes me to find an escape and create good from wretched situations.

Computer. Pen and paper makes my hand hurt way too much. Though typing isn’t much better . . . I have to wrap my wrists and hands now with athletic tape when I write and ice my fingers at night. My old high school teacher once told me I write too much. She was right.

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That was just a teaser interview. Megan has graciously agreed to do a new interview in September when we talk about her new book Torrent (releases September 12th so don’t forget to stop back for lots of book birthday fun!).

Happy Thursday!
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[Review] Banshee at the Gate – Wendy Knight

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Half-breed banshee, Seven, likes her life. She leads souls safely to Death and she has the planet’s most awesome dad and little brother. But a cryptic message from Atlantis asking for her help changes all that. And then there’s Death, who has decided it’s time to take her brother’s soul. Now she’s racing across the world, trying to stay one step ahead of Death. 

Unfortunately, getting to Atlantis from Ireland isn’t easy, and there are evil minions determined to keep her away every time she turns around. But fighting for their lives teaches Seven one important lesson – she isn’t human, and she isn’t a banshee. She has to be both if she wants to save her brother and make it back home alive. 

I purchased this book quite awhile ago, based purely on the author’s name. And because I was already committed to reading so many other books, it sat on my Kindle shelf. As soon as I picked it up and started reading, however, it was impossible to put down!

I am a sucker for anything about Atlantis, so of course, I was eager to see where Wendy took this story. And it never disappointed. Of all the characters, my favorite ended up being tied between Akie the demon and Seven’s little brother, Haran.

I loved the sense of adventure as the characters travelled from one exciting place to the next . . . the pyramids, Rio, a volcano! And, of course, Atlantis! I loved it all! Now I am itching to read the next book in the series and see where it all leads!

Check Banshee at the Gate out on Goodreads or buy it on Amazon, if it sounds like something you’re interested! It’s a bit younger of a read, YA bordering on Middle Grade, but that didn’t bother me. The story is still adult enough to hold your attention!

Happy Review Tuesday!

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[Review] Diary of a Teenage Jewel Thief – Rosie Somers [Blog Tour]

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What better way to start off a Monday morning than with a YA blog tour? And, while I will devour many different genres, YA is not only moving to the front but increasing its lead with each amazing new book I read! So let’s talk about this one!

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Most sixteen-year-olds shouldn’t know where museums keep their rarest jewels (the basement) and they really shouldn’t know that vans make the worst getaway cars. But for Marisol Flores, a life of jewel thievery is a birthright handed down from generation to generation, even if she didn’t ask for it. So when a rival thief targets Mari and her mother, Mari’s more than happy to flee to the anonymity of bustling New York City. 

Blending in is a dream come true for Mari, but keeping her former thieving ways a secret gets way more complicated when handsome Will Campbell sets his sights on her. She can’t help but like his terrible puns and charming grin . . . but when her past catches up with her, it’s not only her life – and her anonymity – that’s at stake. 

Will could be the next target.

Doesn’t this book sound amazing? As if that blurb wasn’t enough, we even have a little teaser for you!

When his tongue darts out to wet his lips, I unconsciously mirror the action, and he sucks in a deep breath in response. A little thrill shoots through me at the realization that he’s reacting to me that way because he wants to kiss me. And if I’m honest with myself, I want to kiss him. I can almost feel his lips pressing against mine. Every fiber of my being is caught in his gravitational pull, aching to be near him. 

What can I say, I’m a true romantic at heart 🙂 And that is one reason why I enjoyed this book. Even though I was hoping for a bit more jewel thievery, I loved the romance aspect of it. Will and Mari definitely made a great couple. That being said, I did want to see more of Mari’s jewel-thief life, other than just the botched heist at the beginning where Petrov (the bad guy) finds them and then the blip at the end. The real meat of the story focused on Mari and her mom hiding from Petrov in NYC, trying to have normal lives.

Of course, I loved the ending (no, I’m not going to tell you what it is!) because I thought it wrapped everything up perfectly.

The pacing of this book was spot on, as well. I didn’t notice any lulls and I actually flew through it. I read this in only a couple days (with two small kids, that’s sometimes a challenge) and, especially toward the end, I had a hard time putting it down. The one thing I would like to see, however, is a companion novella that maybe shows what Mari’s life was like before New York? But that’s just my inability to let characters go. I always want more 🙂

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[Audio Tour] Hooked On You – Patrice Wilton [Review]

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This riveting romance is the second book in the Paradise Cove series set in the Florida Keys. Three high-spirited sisters inherit Paradise Cove Cottages, and each story is a standalone. Taylor Holmes has a lot on her plate – running a family owned resort, planning a wedding for her sister, and now the added worry as she opens her dream cafe. Throw in a hurricane and a sexy boat captain who doesn’t take no for an answer, and this book will keep you glued to your Kindle. Romance, passion, danger, and hot, hot nights guarantee reading pleasure. 

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Oh you stubborn a**es!!

I was worried (as I am with all companion novels) that I wouldn’t like this book as much of the first. I loved Kayla and Sean so I thought I was going to be disappointed when it came to Taylor and Colt. I couldn’t have been farther from the truth!

I loved Taylor and Colt’s relationship stubbornly clashing battle of wits. They were so set on not falling in love through so much of the story that, while it was great entertainment, you also wanted to shout at them to just get on with it already! How two people could be so perfect for each other, so attracted to each other, and yet so stubborn was just beyond my comprehension!

And everything that happens in this book! My goodness! It’s one twist after another. Throw their hot and cold relationship on top and you know you have one steamy, exciting, romancey wild ride!

Favorite character this time around? Juanita, definitely. She is such a sweet, motherly character and I love how she worked her way into this one.

This is an audiobook tour so I suppose we should at least touch on the narration, right? One word – phenomenal. Where my complaint at the beginning of Paradise Cove was about the voices all being similar, that certainly wasn’t the case this time. Maybe it was because I had gotten to know them this time around but it was so easy to listen to this book. And Cynthia Vail did an amazing job yet again!

Disclaimer (same as with Paradise Cove) – This book does have a few very steamy sexual encounters but it wasn’t over the top. I suppose I would call it an 18+ novel but it wasn’t too bad. 

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Want even more goodies? Stop by my review for Paradise Cove and check out the awesome music playlist we have to go along with the series! And then, stop by my interview with author Patrice Wilton and check out our special giveaway (hint: it might be an audio copy of any of the Paradise Cove books! And hint #2: it might end Friday the 11th!)

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And with that, I leave you. Happy Thursday!
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[Review] Trap and Trace – Megan Carney [Blog Tour]

TrapAndTraceTourBanner-1Time for another blog tour! This book definitely jumped outside my comfort zone. It falls into a genre that I used to read a lot and, since finding YA, I haven’t visited too much.

A sabotaged CIA operation makes Navy Trent a captive. But surviving the kidnapping is just the beginning of her ordeal. The CIA will kill her if she doesn’t stay quiet. The saboteurs will kill her if she does. Navy is forced into a high-tech, high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse where only her wits – and a little bit of luck – can keep her alive. 

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I gave this book 3.5 stars out of 5 (rounding up to 4) for one reason – there were so many places in the book that it seemed like it was wrapping up. Maybe those were story arcs that were supposed to tie up and it just all went over my head. I don’t know.

That being said, did I enjoy this book? Yes! Definitely. There was a lot of technical info that really went over my head (Navy works with networks and computers so where a lot of the things she did sounded vaguely familiar just from listening to my husband talk, I didn’t really understand a lot of them). Not understanding exactly what network technique or computer part she was working with didn’t take away from the story, though.

I liked how we start out seeing the characters separate (you have Navy, Moss & Sara in one group and then Jackson and the rest of the CIA agents in another) and then, after the kidnapping, it all comes together. The only thing I was disappointed about here was that Sara and Moss just sort-of faded into the background. Once they come back to the US and start going about their lives again, you hear from them a few times, vaguely, but not much more. I understand the reasoning for them not being main characters, but I still would have liked more from them.

Would I read this one again (because that’s the real test of a good book, as we all know)? Yes, I think I would. There were definitely pieces I feel like I missed the first time around. And, like always (because I think I’m an addict), I would like to see a sequel to this one. I’d like to see where Navy, Jackson, and the others end up. Will there be a sequel? Probably not. The book wrapped up pretty well.

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– About the Author –

Megan Carney is an author, geek and amateur photographer living in the Twin Cities. She has ten years of experience in the field of computer security. Her previous short story publications include: Flighty Youth in the Raritan, ‘Modern Mayhem’ in the Wayfarer, ‘Swing By Close’ in the Wayfarer, ‘Directions’ in the Bell Tower. ‘Swing By Close’ and ‘Directions’ both won first prize in the fiction sections of that issue. The Christian Science Monitor dubbed her self-published photography book, ‘Signs of My Cities’ as having “youthful zest.”

Her non-literary creations include: a robot to clean the bathroom tub, Zim and Gir costumes, No-Dig tomato stakes, StickFriend the bear bag hanger, and a burning coal costume so she could be Katniss for a night.

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[Audio Tour] Paradise Cove – Patrice Wilton [Review & Giveaway]

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This new heart-warming contemporary romance takes place in the Florida Keys and promises romance/passion, and plenty of adventure. 

Cardiac surgeon, Sean Flannigan, lost his daughter to a rare form of leukemia; he can mend broken hearts, but his is beyond repair. Kayla Holmes, along with her sisters, inherited guest cottages in the Keys after their stepfather died. Their high spirits and positive energy are a beacon of light that directs Sean’s sailboat into Paradise Cove. Can Kayla’s compassion find a crack in Sean’s armor? Sometimes love isn’t enough to heal a wounded heart.

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For the first half of this book, I completely intended to give it 4 stars. Then, I finished up the last 50+ pages in the middle of the night and ended it with a silly grin on my face (yes, those are pretty frequent). The end of the book definitely brought it up to 5 stars.

I did have one issue in the beginning and that was figuring out which of the women was the one speaking. All the voices blended together . . . in the beginning. So I downloaded the Kindle version and tried to read along with the audio. Then, about 1/3 of the way through the book, this wasn’t a problem anymore. The characters’ voices seemed distinct enough, I think. And I really enjoyed the accent Cynthia Vail gave Sean *almost swoons just thinking about him* She did a great job with Sean, as well as with Miguel and his family.

This book was definitely an easy read/listen. I loved the characters and the story had a very good flow/rhythm to it. There were very few, if any, downtime spots. Everything kept moving along so I always wondered what was going to happen next. I really enjoyed it and can’t wait to dive into the next one (also an audio for me!).

Disclaimer – This book does have a few very steamy sexual encounters but it wasn’t over the top. I suppose I would call it an 18+ novel but it wasn’t too bad. 

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How about an extra little treat? We even have a little music playlist to go with the book! How fun is that 🙂

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With that, I leave you to your Thursday! But don’t forget to come back tomorrow for a special extra interview with the author of this amazing book, Patrice Wilton!
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[Review] Legacy -Jesikah Sundin

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A sensible young nobleman, Leaf Watson, and his sister, Willow Oak, live a rustic medieval life rich in traditions and chivalry. Sealed inside an experimental biodome since infancy, they have been groomed by The Code to build a sustainable community devoid of Outsider interference. 

They are unwitting pioneers on a path toward confined interplanetary homesteading. 

Life within their walled garden is predictable and peaceful until the unthinkable happens. With his dying breath, Leaf and Willow’s noble father bequeaths a family secret, placing an invisible crown of power on Leaf’s head. Grief-stricken and afraid for their lives, the siblings defy their upbringing by connecting with Fillion Nichols, a punk hacker who, unbeknownst to them, is linked to their lives in shocking ways. Their encounter launches Fillion into a battle with his turbulent past as he urgently decodes the many secrets that bind them together, a necessity for each to survive.

Youth cultures clash when the high technology of the Anime Tech Movement collides with the Middle Ages in a quest for truth, unfolding a story rich in mystery, betrayal and love. 

This book started out with a very medieval/historical fantasy feel to it and then, once you meet Fillion Nichols, it switches to a clearly gamer/dystopian feel. Leaf and his sister, Willow (Oaklee) are so proper, like royalty. And then you switch to Fillion and his world is more reminiscent of our own . . . actually, very eerily similar. His world is one of instant gratification, technology that does everything for you, and where drugs, games and virtual reality have replaced real human interaction and socializing. I guess that’s what fascinates us about dystopians . . . how easily they could be real. I just wasn’t sure how the two worlds were going to fit in the same story. But they do. Really well.

The first half of this book seemed to take forever for me to read because there is so much to absorb. The world-building was amazing. I could envision what Fillion’s world looked like, and even the world inside the biodome. And then, as soon as I hit the halfway point, I couldn’t seem to turn the pages fast enough. If the first half was the uphill part of the roller coaster ride, the second half of the book is definitely the thrilling rush back down to the ground. I loved all the twists and turns in this book. You think you have everything figured out and then, bam! you’re thrown yet another curveball!

There are two characters I have mixed feelings about. First, there’s Fillion. I’m honestly not sure how I feel about him. In the beginning, I really didn’t like him. He was just this angry hacker who hates his life and he was not a positive character at all. And the way he interacts with Leaf and Oaklee just wasn’t to my liking. But . . . I’m not really sure now. He has changed as a character and, with a third of the story being in his perspective, you kind-of get to know him better and he might not be all that bad.

And then there’s Coal. I wasn’t fond of him in the beginning, either. Too pushy. He’s constantly trying to get Oaklee to marry him and it’s just very off-putting. I completely took Oaklee’s side as far as he was concerned. And then, the last maybe 15% of the book, everything flips. Maybe not such a bad character after all. I am definitely interested to see what happens with his character in the second book. I have my theories.

One of the things I really enjoyed was all the extra add-ons at the end of the book. There are translations (because the characters speak in French and Japanese – I think – quite a bit), definitions of the hacker terms and anime references. And then there’s this little jewel if you keep flipping the pages. A music playlist for the book! Very intriguing to see what type of songs the author thought would best fit her book (not to mention, I absolutely love Lindsey Stirling and The Piano Guys so I was thrilled to see them on the list!)

Elements” by Lindsey Stirling
Map of the Problematique” by Muse
The Race” by 30 Seconds to Mars
Numb” by Linkin Park
Boulevard of Broken Dreams” by Green Day
Crystallize by Lindsey Stirling
Comfort Zone” by General Fuzz
Fortune Days” by The Glitch Mob
Breakdown” by Seether
Moonlight” by The Piano Guys
Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day
Lying From You” by Linkin Park
Madness” by Muse

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Start the Biodome Chronicles today – head over to Amazon and pick up your copy of Legacy! It’s such an exciting ride – you won’t be disappointed! “Let the revolution begin.”

Happy Wednesday!
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[Review] Meet Your Match – Lindzee Armstrong

Have you ever loved a book so much that you couldn’t wait to devour all the books in the series? That was me with this book! meet your match - lindzee armstrong

Sixteen-year-old Brooke Pierce doesn’t need her mom to tell her all boys are trouble. After watching her dad break up the family for a woman half his age, dating is the last thing on her mind. 

On the first day at a new high school Brooke meets Luke, the school flirt with a reputation for heartbreak. He’s interested. She’s not. That only makes him chase her more. 

After a shocking revelation from her dad, Brooke and Luke form an unexpected bond, complete with crazy rules to keep them safely in the friend zone. Problem is, that’s the worst place to be when you’re falling in love.

I received this book free from the author by signing up for her newsletter. I knew the author but hadn’t read anything by her when I picked this one up. So, with Mr. Chu drawing a chalk picture on the chalkboard bar that has long-since been removed (too little space, too much chalk dust) and Lady Quinn nestled in my arms, finally asleep (we seem to go through these phases quite a bit), I opened up my Google Play Books app and started reading.

Okay, so that was mid-morning. By evening, I had finished the book (yes, it’s only a 100-something page novella but I have two small children who seem to require A LOT of attention when I sit down to start reading!). And the verdict? It. Was. Amazing! I got to the last page and sat there staring at it. I couldn’t believe it was over. And oh, did I ever crave more! (I think this might be part of my problem . . . you know, why I just can’t get into stand-alones. I always want more). If I didn’t already own every book that had been published at that point, I would have been on Amazon within seconds, madly searching out the next book in the series. It’s that addicting (well, and I might have a teensy book buying problem but shush, no one needs to know that!).

Oh, and writing this review is torture because I just want to gush, gush, gush about this book! But, for obvious reasons (spoilers), I can’t. So, you’ll just have to go pick it up for yourself on Amazon (or, if you want it for free, sign up for Lindzee’s newsletter to get your own copy!).

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Happy Monday! Have any book suggestions for me? BookTube-A-Thon starts today and I think I am completely throwing my TBR out the window!
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[Review] Love’s First Kiss – Stacy Claflin

This book was my first introduction into the Kindle Worlds. I know so little about it (so seriously, if anyone reading this knows what it’s all about, please let me in on this new thing!).

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She’s burdened by guilt and tragedy. He wants to help her, but he has secrets of his own. 

Madisyn Steele graduated college with no job lined up and no income of her own. She returned to her childhood home where her wealthy and overbearing father won’t wait for her to get her life in order. He’s continuing his domineering pattern and ruling her life, even going so far as to ignore her wishes by trying to arrange her marriage to Reese Rutherford, a man she despises – just to solidify his business prospects. 

Nate Roberts is barely making ends meet. Despite his hardships, he plans to make it on his own and never return to the home he ran from years earlier. He’s begging friends for food the night he has a chance encounter with Madisyn and everything changes. First he’s willing to go back to Sweet Grove and earn an honest wage for her, then he’s ready to chance hauling illegal contraband just to make the kind of money she’s used to. 

Madisyn doesn’t care about material things. She only cares about Nate. But her father’s plans and Reese’s schemes threaten the future she and Nate are trying to build. Can they reveal their secrets and work through all the issues keeping them apart, or will they ultimately push each other away?

I really enjoyed this book! Even though it was just a novella and therefore, short by definition, I still felt like I flew through it. It was nice to see both Madisyn and Nate having things in their pasts that they didn’t want others to find out about and instead of wrecking the romance, it actually brings them closer. And it was nice to find a romance where it didn’t all lead to sex and then stop there. There weren’t any sex scenes in this book . . . a refreshing change.

Many times, I will skip novellas because things are just too rushed. And here I’m thinking a romance? Isn’t that a bit quick? But that wasn’t the case here! The characters knew each other from high school so they already had the basics, but it had been years since they saw each other. Even with that, I was surprised by how natural everything progressed. I didn’t feel like it was rushed just to keep it under a certain word count.

On that note, everything really wrapped up well, even though I would love to see more from Madisyn and Nate! I didn’t think I was going to like Nate all that much, to be honest, but he really grows on you! I’m excited to dive into the rest of the books in this Kindle World (a very new concept to me – help!) and see what the other authors bring to the table, as well as devouring more of Stacy Claflin’s books!

Does this sound like something you’re interested in? Check it out on Goodreads or visit Stacy on her website or Twitter!

Happy Wednesday!
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[Review] Tied Up in You – Erin Fletcher [Blog Tour]

TUiY BannerThere are very few things I super-fangirl about. Amazing publishers that I love just happen to be one of the things. I have yet to find an Entangled Publishing book that I haven’t liked. Of course, the authors are amazing, too! Erin Fletcher is new to me with this book but I adored it! Had I not had to do silly things like go to work, I would have finished this book in a single day.
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Everyone says hotshot goalie Luke Jackson is God’s gift to girls, but the only girl he wants is his best friend, Malina Hall. He’s always known how brilliant she is, but now that he’s “accidentally” kissed her, he can’t stop thinking about her . . . or wanting to kiss her again. 

Problem is, things have been a little . . . awkward since the kiss. Because she likes him, too? Hopefully, but even if she did, their futures – and the ridiculous schedules that come with them – are in the way. And now one of his teammates is showing interest, and the guy has more in common with Malina than Jackson ever will. 

As her best friend, Jackson should get out of the way. But if there’s one thing he’s learned from hockey, it’s that you have to go for what you want, even if it means falling flat on your face. And he’s definitely falling for Malina. 

Disclaimer: This book contains a hot hockey player who goes after what he wants, a super-hot, super-distracting shirtless workout, and the kind of best friends to lovers romance every girl in the friend zone has dreamed of. 

This is one of those books where I raced to the end to find out what happened (great ending, btw) and was then sad that it was over. I loved these characters so much! Part of the fun of this book was the adventure through it! Watching Malina and Jackson with their teenage awkwardness as friends become something more. But let’s just say that this book was amazing enough that I not only bought the other book in the All Laced Up series (about Luke Jackson’s hockey teammate, Pierce, and his girlfriend – they were so cute together! I can’t wait to dive into their story!) but I also bought another book by Erin Fletcher.

I love the idea of best friends falling in love. I think it makes for some of the most romantic stories. And I really loved how much energy Malina and Jackson put into trying to pretend that they were still just best friends. And the way they finally tell each other how they feel had me laughing out loud (and then quickly covering my mouth, hoping I didn’t wake Lady Quinn or Mr. Chu because it was, after all, 3am!).

This was an absolutely amazing story! Thank you so much, Entangled Publishing, Netgalley, and Erin Fletcher for letting me devour this one! If you’re interested, it’s on Amazon right  now! Go check it out!

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Happy Tuesday!
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