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- ASIN : B07W6XN8NT
- Publisher : Limitless Publishing, LLC (August 20, 2019)
- Publication date : August 20, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2114 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 403 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1640348662
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #817,010 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The H is a hockey playing man whore. The h is his best friend. She has loved him for seven years and have watched him go through many women. She wants him to take her virginity but he has always refused.
One night after a wedding reception the h winds up taking the drunk H back to his room. They wind up having sex. She takes off and the next morning she sees him with OW. The H thinks he had sex with the OW because he was too drunk to remember the h. The H and h wind up together. The OW then causes problems. The main characters have a HEA.
No likes: I did not like the h watching the love of her life go through women for seven years. I also didn't care for the H. I thought he acted too much like a jerk and redeemed himself way too late in their relationship. I also thought he was way stupid for not asking the OW to take a paternity test. It appeared that she was not even pregnant...way to go.
I had been looking forward to Damon‘s and Heaven’s story. It exceeded my expectations. I adored this book. I liked Damon and Heaven characters in the previous stories. I valued how their characters were developed in this book. They both have a lot of depth. They are lovable characters that respected and enjoyed. I appreciated learning more about Damon’s background. It explained a lot about his personality. My heart went out to him. I loved how competitive Heaven and Wolfe are. I also enjoyed their cheesy pickup lines. The plot was clever and skillfully executed.
You could follow CROSS CREASE as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading the other books as well. It makes you further appreciate the characters knowing more of their background. Followers of Elizabeth Hartey will not be disappointed. I recommend this novel to people who enjoy sports romances and/or best friend’s little sister romances. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
This is the second book I’ve read in this book series. Last year, I had the privilege of reading and reviewing Book Two, “Cross Drop,” so I was thrilled to get the chance to read Mrs. Hartey’s latest work, “Cross Crease.”
I liked the main characters, Heaven and Wolfe. They were likable, realistic, and genuine. I enjoyed Heaven – she was kind, simple, sweet, innocent, smart, compassionate. But she was also quite naïve and immature in the beginning. Wolfe’s characteristics were quite the opposite of Heaven’s as he’s more the sexy, naughty, bad boy, charming, charismatic, player type. However, he too, is quite juvenile and adolescent in the beginning. I think one of the best attributes of this book is the character arcs of Heaven and Wolfe. Their journey over the course of the book shows wide growth, overcoming significant personal demons, increased self-awareness, improved self-esteem, and an overall true transformation!
A strong character development journey to root for and enjoy watching it unfold!
I also really liked Heaven and Wolfe together! There is so much chemistry between these two and it was entertaining watching Wolfe try to fight it. Not to mention all the hilarious witty banter that went back and forth between Heaven and Wolfe!! Oh and of course those silly, cheesy pick-up lines were quite entertaining as well!!
I loved that many of the characters from the previous books in the series made significant appearances throughout the book! It was great being able to catch back up with Dalt and Nikki from book two!! They were total favorites, so it was great seeing them still together and ever so adorable married and with two kids!!
I also enjoyed the hockey sports element about Wolfe being the big hot-shot goalie. That was really cool getting an insider glance into that world. My family and I are hockey fans and I enjoyed that the author was able to fully bring that realm into the pages without skimping over important details.
It’s very clear and impressive the amount of detail Mrs. Hartey put into researching the hockey field and was able to apply it in an easy to understand tone for all readers regardless their level or exposure to the sport.
I have to say, I found this book to be a bit more risqué than the previous book in the series. Both books are filled with many sexy, passionate scenes. However, this book basically starts out with Wolfe getting a BJ in the living room in front of his roommate, Dak, who is on video chat with his little sister, Heaven – who can’t stop gawking!!! So, yeah, just letting you know this book seemed to throw a few more blushing scenes in your face lol!!!
There are some very predictable scenes. However, there are still a few unexpected twists and turns that you won’t see coming!
This book is book three of the On the Edge Book Series. This book can be read as a standalone, however, there are significant character overlap from the previous books. As you can see, I had only read book two before reading this book and didn’t get confused or lost. However, I personally would think it would make more sense and have a stronger impact on the understanding of this book series, if you started with book one first.
All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend it! I think all contemporary sports romance readers will like this book too – and this book series! So, add it to your TBR List and get to reading - you won't be disappointed!
**Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**
As the story progresses you come to realize that the chemistry between Heaven and Wolfe isn't as on sided as Wolfe would have you believe. I (mostly) love them together. Wolfe does some pretty heart-wrenching things, causing Heaven pain. As far as Heaven goes, I would have a really hard time continually pining for someone who continuously flaunted his sexual conquests in my face. When Wolfe finally opens up about his past though, you see a different side of Wolfe and I empathized with him.
I enjoyed the rocky relationship road Heaven and Wolfe traveled down in Cross Crease. I felt Heaven's anguish and anger yet understood why Wolfe was so hesitant. Both characters grew exponentially in Cross Crease and loved the ending of their story. The world building was done well and I was able to visualize the story. I couldn't put the book down and read it in one day (and I work full time....). I know beyond a shadow of doubt that I will be reading this book again; I loved Cross Crease!