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The Enforcer (NHL Scorpions Book 1) by [Worrell, Nikki]
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  • File Size: 1919 KB
  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Publisher: Nikki Worrell (May 7, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 7, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CPBBKLA
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I only got to 11% before I had to stop. I don't know any 30 year old women who act and speak the way that Lacey and Zoe do. Lacey just seems to ramble and says things like "Yuppers." While Zoe is supposed to be a brilliant psychologist, she is calling people "weenies" and is literally screaming and jumping up and down just because she gets to drive an Audi. Really? I just found the banter between the two women exhausting, I can only hear about how someone needs to get laid so many times before I'm annoyed.

P.S. There is a strange obsession with scented soaps. There is no reason for this, it adds nothing to the story line.
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Ive never been so annoyed reading a book. The POV changes by the paragraph... I think she wanted you to know what all the characters were thinking but really it doesn't make for an easy to follow book. There were also several good sub-plots but they were always drug out too long then ended with out enough closure. Overall good idea for a story but pretty poorly written.
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1. I don't need to know that a character has started their period, nope, don't need to know that.
2. I don't need to know that a character is allergic to condoms, nope, don't need to know that.
3. I don't need to know what type a soap a character uses every other scene, nope, don't need to know that.

It just kinda got on my nerves after a while.
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This book took me months to get through..usually I read books like this in a day or two but I just couldn't get through this one. The writing was lacking and the female characters were weak. I was really disappointed because the reviews were pretty good. I ended up finishing it because I have a hard time leaving a book unfinished, but I will definitely not be reading the follow up book.
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This is the only book by this author that I have read, and I don't think I'll be looking to buy any more. I'm an avid romance reader, with already 35 books in this year alone. I'm also a hockey fan. Right from the start, I thought it was odd that she was focusing on suicide in hockey players, but then added very little to the story regarding this. This was simply a way to include the psychiatry as part of the story and to justify how the ladies met the players. The banter between the two ladies was adolescent, at best. The progression of the relationship between Jody and Lacey was all over the place; definitely not the way 30-something adults would behave. And the behavior of Zoe is more like a high schooler than a professional therapist. The writing was elementary. In fact, this read more like a fanfiction story written by a teen then something worthy of publishing. (And there's lots of great fanfiction, some of it should be published, some of it has been.) I haven't finished reading this book, but I will simply because I cannot leave a book unfinished. The story itself had promise, but the writing makes it almost unbearable. If you're looking for a great hockey romance series, check out PUCKED by Helena Hunting or the Heller Brothers books by Kelly Jamieson.
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First let me say, I am a novice when it comes to the game of Hockey, so I can't comment on the authenticity of that aspect. I did love the fact that it didn't shy away from or downplay the seriousness of concussions in this sport.

Now with saying that, The Enforcer definitely makes me want to become a 39 year old Puck Bunny. The heat between Jody and Lacey can be felt through out the book. What lady wouldn't want a man to go Alpha on her and then send sweet, tender and sometimes hot text messages to her phone. I kept looking at mine wishing for one of my very own! :-) This book does not disappoint with the cast of supporting characters. Jody and Lacey have a great cast of friends and coworkers that you will fall for and one (Zoe) that you just want to smack upside the head. That brings me to the different POVs written in this book that some have mentioned. For me, it works because I like knowing what the "friends" think or what is going thru the "psycho's" head. Makes them more of a contribution to the story than a character moving along with the story.

You will have plenty to root for whether it be for the Scorpions or for Jody & Lacey when you read this book and I for one hope that Cage gets his HEA. Who is Cage? Well, grab this book and find out.
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I loved this heartwarming story about Jody and Lacey. Jody is an enforcer with the Scorpions hockey team. He is a big, tough guy with a kind heart and instantly falls for Lacey. They have incredible chemistry together and I liked everything about both of them. There are also many interesting secondary characters included in this story. This is a well written story with unforgettable characters and I can't wait to read the next story in this series. Each book is a stand-alone.
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I have always enjoyed watching a good hockey game, but I never been into it as much as I am now, after getting hooked on Catherine Gayle's 'Portland Storm' and the 'Thunderbirds' series. She got me hooked real good, too. She really gets into not only the game itself, but also the player's and their families. So I wasn't really sure whether or not I'd enjoy someone else's take on the game, but I happy to say that I really enjoyed this book. It started out a bit slow for the first few chapters, and I thought the dialogue in the beginning was a bit childish for two educated 30 yr old women in the beginning, but as the story went on all of those issues improved emensly.

I loved slow building relationship between Jody & Lacey right from the start. The heat between Jody and Lacey can be felt through out the book. And as the story went on and their personal stories came to light, all of the characters became more and more likable. It gave them more character depth. Not one of the characters in this story is without their faults, but it's what they do to improve themselves that makes them more impressive.

There are also many interesting secondary characters included in this story, people that I found so interesting, that I hope to get to know more about them in the future books..

And while I love the game itself, there always seems to be a lot of serious casualities that a lot of the players never come back from. That said: I did love the fact that the author didn't shy away from, or downplay the seriousness of concussions in this sport.
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