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I read a lot and I've come to realize that a good romance writer can usually write good books no matter what the sex of the main characters and this is certainly true of RJ Scott. I don't think I've read a book by her that I haven't enjoyed. Yes, I've like some more than others, but overall I haven't read any that were less than 4 stars for me.
After I agreed to read and review The Heart I realized that I hadn't read book one in the series, The Code, so I started with that. (Note – each book stands alone, you won't feel lost if you start with The Heart.) Let me just say that The Code grabbed me in right from the very first paragraph and I couldn't put it down. The story trope is "falling in love with my best friend's little sister" and it was freaking fantastic.
Ryan has been in love with his best friend's little sister for a long time but he can't tell anyone. "He promised her brother that he wouldn't let any guy in professional sport anywhere near her." What he doesn't know is that Kat has also been in love with him forever and she fears that she will never be able to have him.
Ryan has reputation for his liaisons with "puck bunnies" so when they finally get together Kat needs to make certain he understands that their relationship has to be exclusive. They also need to keep their relationship a secret because they both know that her brother will really go nuts when he finds out.
I loved how much I could feel the connection between Ryan and Kat throughout the story – even before they became lovers. RJ has a way with words that just seems to lure me in and hold me hostage until I finish the book. I don't mind being held hostage by her one little bit.
From what I see on Goodreads there are at least 6 books planned for this series. The Code introduced an interesting cast of secondary characters and I can't wait to read their stories.
Thank you, RJ, for all of the reading pleasure your books have given me over this last year. I look forward to read many more.
An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.
I LOVED this book the fact that Ryan feels like he cannot break the code of do not mess with his best friends sister Kat even though he has been in love with her since they were teens is killing him. Ryan Flynn is protective of Kat and her brother Loki is even more so, He made Ryan promise when they were young that he would keep hockey players away from Kat not matter what. Loki knows how the players are one night stands. puck bunnies players. When Kat calls Ryan from the police station for help he is beside himself with worry. especially when they wont let him see her at first.
Kat goes through something horrible but she thought she handled it okay, When she called Ryan to come help her she had a boyfriend she could have called but that wasnt even in her mind to do that. And Kat knew her brother had just had surgery and she couldnt call him so of course she called Ryan first. Kat and Ryan have this love hate type of relationship, more like siblings and that is because she tries hard not to remember the kiss from the night of her high school prom, Her first kiss, one she has never forgotten and has never felt again. Ryan cant forget that kiss either, so when Kat asks him to kiss her so she will forget what happened at the gas station both of them are stunned by the feelings that they experience. They try hard to keep things from Loki but that doesnt work out well either. I was so caught up in this story that I could not put my kindle down until I read the whole thing. I really really cannot wait to read more of the Ice Dragons books each player that was introduced in this book have me wanting to know more especially Loki!