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- Publication Date: April 27, 2015
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- Language: English
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Baylor has only 3 thoughts: Make her dad proud. Be the best hockey player. Be the first woman drafted in the NHL. The last seems impossible but she knows what she wants and nothing will get in her way.
Jayden is from a hockey family. His big brother is already in the NHL and he's destined as well. He'll be the captain on his college team and then get drafted.
They both have these goals, but neither planned on the other. For Jayden it's awesome. He thinks Baylor is amazing, even with her prickly attitude but Baylor is not convinced. She knows how she feels when she's with him but love doesn't last, does it? Besides, she needs to focus on her goals and there's no time for a boyfriend.
This was a good read but the back and forth of Baylor's thoughts on her and Jayden's relationship was exhausting. Nonetheless, I have enjoyed this series and am looking forward to the last book!
I think Baylor had potential, and I understand the why's of her personality, but I felt the author needed to show more contrast to her bitchy side. I am a pretty sarcastic human and although always meant in jest, it can come off as bitchy. So I get the personality, but I am also fiercely loyal tend to take care of everyone around me. I didn't see enough of the latter in Baylor. But I loved loved loved Jayden.
(Quote)This girl keeps proving that she can give me a run for my money.
When they end up on the same team, their competitiveness, attraction and need to out-do the other gets even stronger. Not only are they are team mates, but they are also adversaries. Jayden not only irritates her and pushes her, but also protects her. She pushes him right back. They get under each other's skin and are almost always explosive in some way. But they also have respect for each other's skills and spur the other one to be better.
(Quote)She may have been born to play hockey, but she was put in my life to make me a wreck. And the sadistic thing is that I like the way it feels.
Baylor could be frustrating. She was really a ball-buster. She was so hard on herself and on Jayden. She was so untrusting, argumentative, competitive, cautious, and closed off. She put up big walls and guarded her heart and did not want distractions. The few people she let in (including Jayden initially) disappointed her or hurt her. And she was very unsure and wishy washy when it came to Jayden.
(Quote)Girls love me. I'm funny, I'm hot, and very charming. I'm also very hard to resist. But this girl, man, she is fighting me tooth and f****** nail.
He's the biggest challenge of my life thus far. One I want to win, but also one I'm scared of losing.
I totally adored Jayden! He was so sure of what he wanted and was such a good guy. He was respectful, caring, funny, charismatic, and protective. But he was competitive too and could be sarcastic and a bit obnoxious when pushed. But he believed in her, supported her, and wanted more from her than she even thought she could give. She challenged him and made him work for ever little scrap of positive attention. But he was determined to wear down her defenses and show her that he was really a good guy who could be trusted and counted on.
(Quote)This girl is gonna kill me. Honestly, I've never worked so hard in my life for a girl. Getting her to realize that what we have is really good is gonna be the hardest thing I've ever done, but it will be the greatest victory of my life. And I sure do love winning. Especially against her.
They had good chemistry and a definite spark. They were both strong-willed and stubborn and had similar life plans. They had strong reactions to each other at all times. But the situation that they became immersed in was complicated. With these two it was a fight for most everything. It was a battle to admit their feelings. She wanted control and was afraid to let herself fall or risk being left. She wanted to keep them a secret and hid their relationship, but then could act crazy jealous. She had trouble believing in herself at times and was emotionally stunted. She was terrified of the future and possible loss. He was afraid of holding on too long, being taken for granted, or being a doormat. And the more she hid them, the more unsure he was about her actual feelings. So they were a hot mess. But I found myself rooting for them and waiting anxiously for some a-ha moments, revelations, and big romantic gestures.
"I'm sitting here, my nose pressed to the f****** glass that you've surrounded your heart with, and I'm doing everything to bash it in. Am I even cracking the damn thing?"
"I do believe in you. I just don't believe in me."
I loved the interactions with his brothers Jude (Boarded by Love) and Jace. They had such a sibling rivalry but also supported each other and their mom and sister. And they were such Momma's boys that it was so sweet. And another stand outs on the team was their friend Marcus. And it is always fun when she sneaks in some Assassins cameos! I am looking forward to Jace's story in Hooked by Love. He is so cocky, resistant to relationships, and bit wild. It will be fun to see him fall since he thinks it is hilarious that his brothers are so wrapped up in one girl.
Jayden is a strong male character who knows what he wants and realizes it is worth fighting for.
Baylor is strong female who is no used to feeling girl feelings since she is playing in men's hockey and raised by her father.
I always enjoyed Ms. Aleo' books because all the characters show the fun loving and strong emotions. Always worth waiting for and reading multiple times.
I look forward to the next book in the Bullies series.