- Series: Cold Fury Hockey (Book 5)
- Audio CD
- Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (March 31, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1494569612
- ISBN-13: 978-1494569617
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (354 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,849,166 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Hawke (Cold Fury Hockey) Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged
"Hawke is sexy, emotional, and fantastic!" ---Sandi Lynn, author of Forever Black
About the Author
Since the release of her debut contemporary romance novel, Sawyer Bennett has written more than thirty books and has been featured on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. A reformed trial lawyer, Sawyer uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers.
Graham Halstead is a professionally trained actor and voice artist, born and raised in Virginia and now living and working in Brooklyn, New York City. His voice is youthful, easy-flowing, and flexible, and lends itself to many different types of storytelling. He can be heard on TV and radio voicing spots for Airborne and Allegra.
Cris Dukehart is an award-winning storyteller who has narrated books in a wide variety of genres, from romance and science fiction to children's literature and autobiography. She can also be heard in commercials, e-learning projects, and corporate narrations.
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Good: Love the hockey setting and getting to see glimpses of the previous team members in each of the subsequent books. I liked Hawke. Besides being HOT, he seemed like a genuinely nice guy. Vale's relationship with her father was heartwarming as well.
Not So Good: Without giving spoilers, the basis of the contention between them was weak in my opinion. I felt like there was a lot of drama over what amounted to a small miscommunication. That made it hard for me to really gel with them. I didn't think there was as much depth to their characters as with the characters in previous books in this series. The book seemed a bit rushed and didn't have as much development to the story.
All that being said, I will definitely read any future books in this series. I think for those of you that have read the series to date, but haven't read this, I would definitely read as it continues the overall Carolina Fury story along....just know that you may not love it as much as the others.
Vale and Hawke were sweethearts starting at the age of sixteen. By twenty, their hard partying ways ended up with a life altering event that separated them.
Do I think Vale should of told him what happened? yes, he had a right to know. Do I think it was the right thing for them to separate? yes. They were not mature enough to have kept up a relationship. That point is very clear when Hawke is in the bed of another within days (funny how the truth of where he lost his phone is never confessed). I will once again point out that if you truly love someone you do not try to get over them or forget about them by jumping into random beds straight away.
The thing with the Michelle girl? Just no! Come down and meet her, you'll like her? Jesus, what planet is this guy on? Meet one of your on the sides and be reminded you are a man ho? sure why not.
Which brings me to another huge deal breaker. Having unprotected sex with someone knowing they bed hop. And not even clarifying that they do not ever go unprotected with anyone else. That's just plain stupidity and reckless.
The epilogue brings them an HFN of sorts.
I realize that these characters were young and immature the first time around, but 7 years have passed and they should have matured by age 27. They were both successful professionals, but did not have the capacity to have an adult conversation. In addition to the lack of communication, their first few sexual encounters in their 2nd chance relationship were very uncomfortable to me. The first would have been categorized as rape if it had gone any further. Vale clearly kept saying "Don't" but he used his size to force his will. The first actual sexual intercourse was the 2 of them admittedly taking advantage of the other. In addition to the bothersome reason, there was no protection used. I realize when they were previously in a 4 year relationship, they had made that decision, but 7 years and many sexual partners later, without pause they go back to that with no concern for birth control or disease protection. Their next encounter was still disturbing as he takes her to his home under false pretences, and when she wants to leave to be with her recently hospitalized father, he refuses to let her go. Then, the same night, when another woman shows up at his house, he yells at Vale to "do not dare take another step" when she tries to walk away and get dressed. And even when they had settled in to a relationship that seemed good, Hawke showed his disrespect for Vale by discussing their sexual activities in front of others, including people she had to work with.
My favorite part of the book was the epilogue. They almost seemed normal, we got to revisit some of the characters from the other books, and the story ended on a positive note.
I will read the later books in this series in hopes that it will turn back to the good reads that came before Hawke's story.