- File Size: 997 KB
- Print Length: 291 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1988600537
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Kelly Jamieson (June 9, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 9, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B085CBLMD2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,932 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jackson and Molly are two of my favorite people right now...This was spectacularly swoony. ALL OF IT. From their romantic times to their sexy times to their building friendship to just all of it. I smiled a lot while I read this story and I also had a couple tears. It's one of the best *happy sigh* I have experienced in a while!
READ THIS BOOK. READ THIS FAMILY. Seriously.
OMG, I loved this book! This is my favorite
Wynn book so far, and I've liked all of them. I loved the way that Molly and
Jax's relationship developed and about the growth they experienced throughout
the book when they each take a hard look at themselves. This book has a bit of
humor, some poignant moments, and plenty of romance. Put this one at the top of
your TBR list. - if I could give this more than five stars, I would. The author
is on my must read authors list. ~ NETGALLEY REVIEWER
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Jax Wynn comes from a hockey family, plays for the Chicago Aces and he’s known for never having a relationship with a woman but what he never expects is to become a knight in shining armor to his trivia partner.
Molly Flynn is a schoolteacher, all around great person but when unexpected events happen in her life she turns to the one friend who can help her out.
Jax & Molly are friends, trivia buddies but what you see is that there is always that one person you count on and when they both realize it’s the other it’s fun to watch and see. Watching Jax & Molly grow into more than friends is heartwarming and you can’t help cheer them on hoping that maybe they can find that HEA.
Molly Flynn thought that her wedding day was going to be the happiest of her life, not a day that ended in absolute pandemonium. She was set to marry Steve, a hockey player for the Chicago Aces, however instead of saying her vows, she reads texts calling out her cheating fiance.
Jackson "Jax" Wynn, a teammate of Steve's and the trivia partner of Molly, has come to their wedding with plans to head out to California to deal with some family drama the following day. What he wasn't expecting is when he went to check on his friend Molly following the wedding being called off that he'd be letting her stay at his house that night so no one would find her. Least of all, he didn't expect to be talked into her going with him to California.
Needless to say, Jax isn't looking forward having to deal with his family and he tries to warn Molly about all of the different dynamics she's going to encounter while visiting the West Coast. She's all in for the trip and in all honesty she's excited. While these two have only been friends, will spending this time together in Cali and then additional time in Canada lead to more developing? Can they help each other through the things they are each dealing with and help one another heal?
I always enjoy Kelly Jamieson's books. The stories are always solid and these characters feel a bit like family to me these days as I'm so invested in all the goings on with them and I want everything to work out for everyone. What I also enjoy is that if you've read all the books you can't wait to find out what's next for the Wynn family, but if you're new to the series you can read the book without being lost at all. Another really enjoyable addition to the series!
Jax Wynn was an NHL Right Winger for the Chicago Aces. He was also a member of the legendary hockey Wynn family. We met the family previously in all books, but this was the first time we met Jax. He was a skilled hockey player, gorgeous, fun and intelligent. After his parents divorce, he stayed as far away from relationships as he could get. No marriage or children for his future.
Molly Flynn. Molly was engaged to one of Jax’s NHL teammates, until she found out he cheated. She was devastated and looking for a place to hide for the summer to heal.
The plot started the night before the previous book ended. No spoilers so no specifics, but it was hysterical. We knew Molly had a cheating fiancé from the book description, but we didn’t know the details. Jamieson was quite creative and humorous. Jamieson then took us through the friendship between Jax and Molly and how it developed into more while simultaneously walking through the Wynn family challenges, Hockey contract negotiations and life lessons. Again, no spoilers so no elaboration, but true to Jamieson’s style, the storyline had depth, dimension and complexity.
All in all, it was entertaining and educational. There are still quite a few Wynn’s left so I’m not sure where Jamieson will take us next. At some point, it looks like Jax’s mom and dad may get a second chance, until then I can’t wait to see where Jamieson takes us next.