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Blindsided: A Moo U Hockey Romance Kindle Edition
This is the best enemies-to-lovers romance story I've ever read!! Hands down. The BEST! Books I Flove
I loved absolutely every minute of this book. A Novel Glimpse
It's light reading with great characters and a story that keeps you guessing until the end. Reads & Reviews
These two were meant to be and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Book Hookup
It was hilarious, heartfelt, sexy, and so much fun! Book Bruin
The perfect introduction into this amazing new world full of sexy college hockey players that will pull on your heartstrings. Whoo Gives a Hoot
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The Moo U series features Vermont-style hockey hotness: Join the boys at Burlington U, where the team is gearing up for greatness. You're getting ten sexy books following the Moo U hockey team. Each one is a stand-alone romance, but they are loosely grouped into seasons of play:
Blindsided by Victoria Denault
Slapshot by Rebecca Jenshak
Holdout by Jaqueline Snowe
Gametime by Jami Davenport
Overtime by Kat Mizera
Halftime by Kim Findley
Darkroom by Kate Willoughby
Playmaker by Sierra Hill
Snowballed by Melanie Ting
Goalkeeper by Andi Burns
You can find more information at: shor.by/mooU
- ASIN : B08R7WFNCH
- Publisher : Heart Eyes Press LLC (February 15, 2021)
- Publication date : February 15, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1755 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 264 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1954500017
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,156 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Spoiler alert: Add to this what really gets the hate-ball rolling, Molly's sexual blackmail of Tate, knowing he will lose his hockey scholarship and be kicked off the team if she releases the suggestive photos she took WITHOUT his permission, and is some pretty ugly psychosis on her part. (Just imagine the roles reversed. I don't know why we're supposed to like Molly after she pulls this stunt. We certainly would be told to hate Tate if he did it. Revenge porn is a crime ya know.)
You see, their families have been feuding for 3 generations, although no one seems to know why, they all just play sabotage against one another and hurl some truly horrible words.
When Tate, alone, decides to be a grown up, we have to watch everyone around him fall to pieces and EMOTIONALLY blackmail him, as if he hasn't been through enough. Then suddenly, and I mean suddenly, they're in love. I couldn't buy it and getting there was a whole lot of ugliness for a romance.
Blindsided is a very entertaining, laugh-out-loud, steamy, and emotional enemies to lovers slash secret relationship slash forbidden love story that will have you rushing to the end to find out what happens. And I’m telling you, the way everything comes together at the end is just brilliant.
Tate Adler and Maggie Todd live in neighboring farms, but a feud between their families has made then lifelong enemies. And they have no idea why. But the hate is real, though. And their banter is hilarious. Their animosity is mostly inherited and it developed when they were kids, so when they find themselves forced to spend more time together as adults, they realize that they actually have a very volatile and explosive chemistry. And when it catches fire, things will never be the same again.
I loved everything about Blindsided. It is hilarious, but it has an emotional counterbalance that gives it depth, not only to the story but to the characters and what they’re going through. It’s the perfect introduction to the Moo U series based on Sarina Bowen’s World of True North. The college atmosphere blends perfectly with the rural environment and the hockey. And the side characters will have you wanting for more. I cannot wait for all these hockey players!
I also loved the Vermontyness of it. I’m sure that’s not even a word, but it should be. All the farm work, the farmers’ market shenanigans, the family dynamics, the apples, and the goat cheese insults had me smiling from ear to ear. And let’s not forget the barn.
Blindsided is a dream come true for True North fans. It has that Vermonty magic about it, but it’s perfectly wonderful as a standalone. It really is outstanding on its own, and I recommend it to anyone who loves hockey, farmers, and great romance stories.
Tate and Maggie have known, and hated, each other since they were kids. Now they are sophomores at Moo U, while Tate is the hot talented hockey player with a very certain bright future in the NHL, Maggie is really smart and is planning big things with her sister for their family farm. The Adler's farm is right next to the Todd's farm and that just keeps the feud very much alive. I found it very funny that both Tate and Maggie hated each other, and each other's families, without really understanding why. Nobody knows exactly how their families feud started, except grandfather Todd and grandfather Adler and they're not sharing that info.
This story made me laugh a lot, Maggie and Tate tactics of sabotaging each other, their banter, how everyone in their families were always willing to participate in their crazy ideas just to get the upper hand provided so many hilarious scenes. My favorite character in this book is definitely Tate. He was amazing! Hot, sexy, funny, smart, very loyal to his family, really hard working and even though he definitely hated the Todds, sometimes he questioned why exactly he was supposed to hate them. I loved Tate! Maggie was also a great character, hot, sexy, funny, really smart, fierce, never backing out of a fight but I had an issue with her plans for her family farm and Adler's farm (not going to be very specific because I don't want to spoil any details). That annoyed me and it kind of bothered me that her plans remained the same even when she was already involved with Tate. Fortunately, that changed a little bit later into the story and Maggie slowly revealed her heart.
The chemistry between Tate and Maggie was perfect and it exploded! These two together almost burned my Kindle! I loved the push and pull between them, loved that we get to know how their families feud started and I wasn't close to guessing that one: totally unexpected and really enjoyable. The ending was flawless and I loved it.
Overall, a very entertaining, steamy, full of banter enemies to lovers romance with amazing characters and perfect chemistry. Strongly recommended to anyone who enjoys a very well written enemies to lovers romance. I'll definitely read the next books in the Moo U series!
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Exactly what I want in a college hockey romance. Family drama, great friendships and a bit of mystery in the origins of the family feud.
Great relatable and realistic characters. I'll be reading more by this author for sure!