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- ASIN : B08VH54KLH
- Publisher : Entangled: Amara (February 22, 2021)
- Publication date : February 22, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 949 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 310 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #110,233 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Let’s start with the things I liked about this book. I love sports romances! Like a lot. Hockey for sure is my favourite because well I’m Canadian. And from montreal. I found it so cool that the team came to the Bell Centre to play a game. I love those sexy hockey players!!
Loved that the team would help struggling new entrepreneurs with loaning them the money to start or continue with their business.
Second chance romance is also what this book is about. These two Dante and Lily have dated years before and it ended very badly with some cheating on Dante’s part.
The writing itself was good but there were a few iffy things in the style.
The characters were fantastic. Dante was such a sweetheart, well after he got his head screwed on properly and Lily was a cute character too. They fit really well together.
Now unfortunately for the reason it’s a 3 star...
The book held way too much detail. I found myself skipping to the dialogue more often than not. It was unnecessarily long. Too much detail. Too much happing at the same time too.
Some of the terms really bothered me about hockey. Maybe because I’m from Canada but we’ve never called the black object they use to play the game as a biscuit. It’s a puck. I’ve never heard anyone call it that. My husband said that it’s a very French from France way of saying it. European. Also the Zebras.... no. It’s referees. I’ve never heard of them being called zebras. I’ve heard of other choice names but never zebras. That was just weird.
There were other things that weren’t adding up but I won’t get into too much detail. Maybe the author needs to get the book read by a fresh set of eyes.
This book has so much potential but with all the sports romance novels out there this one has to up its game if it wants to compete with the bigger author names out there.
Lily and Dante were interesting characters and I liked Lily from the start as she didn't allow herself to be swayed by an old flame; even if there were still had feelings. When she did give in, because in her eyes Dante kind of redeemed himself explaining why he broke up with her the way he did; by cheating. Dante was quite cocky making me to wonder if his feelings towards Lily were truly genuine. By the second half of the story Dante did start making steps toward becoming a nice guy. The secondary characters were a great addition to the story, especially Jessie and Noah. There's definitely a story there. I also enjoyed the business aspect of the story and seeing a pair of female partners running their own business
I found this story somewhat dull; having to often take breaks, just to get through the book. Much of the romance and relationship building was skipped over, and not much insight into how the relationship progressed was given. I really wanted to like Hot on the Ice, it was the perfect recipe for everything that I enjoy while reading. Unfortunately, I think the author missed out on a few of the dynamics.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
I loved this read and how it dragged emotions out of me. Dante was such a dumb man that I wanted to shake him, but he loved Lily so much that I wanted to comfort him. Lily was so strong, yet vulnerable where it would count the most, and that made me adore her. Add the rest of her girl gang to the book and I can’t wait to see another story from this author. Hopefully, Jessie and Savannah will be up in the near future.