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Maybe This Love (Colorado Ice) Mass Market Paperback – May 30, 2017
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"With the perfect blend of hockey, heart, and heat, Maybe This Time is a winner!"―Debbie Mason, USA Today bestselling author
"Wonderfully tender and soulful."―Publishers Weekly
"A riveting romance with believable characters and plenty of cinematic quality drama; plus Jennifer Snow is one clever writer."―RT Book Reviews
"Quietly humorous, profoundly moving, and captivatingly seductive, this novel is sure to enthrall fans and newcomers to this series."―Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Maybe This Time
"The perfect winter read that will warm your heart."―BeccatheBibliophile.com on Maybe This Time
"Enjoyable characters, low on angst, and high on romance. A recommended read for a cozy afternoon."―ILoveBookLove.com on Maybe This Time
"Pushing the Limits is a sexy, thrilling comeback story. Ms. Snow brings the drama, heat, and heart along with a great cast of characters."―Harlequin Junkie
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About the Author
Jennifer Snow lives in Edmonton, Alberta with her husband and son. She writes sweet and sexy contemporary romance stories set everywhere from small towns to big cities. After stating in her high school yearbook bio that she wanted to be an author, she set off on the winding, twisting road to make her dream a reality. She is a member of RWA, the Writers' Guild of Alberta, the Canadian Authors Association, and the Film and Visual Arts Association in Edmonton. She has published over ten novels and novellas with many more on the way.
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Olivia's got a lot on her plate, too -- she's recently decided to stop waiting for Mr. Right and begin in vitro fertilization. Her attraction to Ben is really bad timing, AND it's against her professional ethics.
But when these two finally give in to the connection between them, it results in some of the best pillow talk I've ever read, showing us that their chemistry is more than skin deep. Their playful give and take demonstrates the way they can support each other emotionally ... and that maybe this love is really for the long haul. Excellent!
Ben Westmore has a problem. Apparently, last New Year’s Eve he got hitched, and he has no idea to whom nor he does he remember saying any vows. It’s the last thing he needs with the Stanley Cup right around the corner. So, he’s at the lawyer’s office for the meeting and parks his huge Hummer only to block in a sports car. The lady stuck inside said car hurdles over her center console to get out right before her hair gets stuck in a tree branch. She’s beautiful. The woman, however, is his faceless wife’s lawyer -- one with an impeccable reputation for delivering a good spanking in the courtroom. And? He’s attracted to her like none other.
Oh, screw him.
Olivia despises athletes. She’s done enough divorce cases for their wives. Unfortunately for her, Ben Westmore is her client’s opposition and the man she just can’t get out of her head! She blames her hormone injections. After all, Olivia wants a family of her own and to do that, she goes through insemination. Right before things heat up with Ben and she’s caught in a web of her own making.
Oh, screw her.
I loved, loved, loved this book! The small-town community they live in constantly throws them together into the funniest scenarios. Being a small town girl myself, I could relate and I laughed as I cringed in sympathy. They try so hard to resist.
Also, I want to be Olivia in my next life. She’s a kick butt lawyer who goes after the child and family she wants. She’s so proactive even though she fears being a good mother and making the right choices. Through all of this, she’s fighting her unlikely attraction to sweep-her-off-her-feet Ben, the hockey player. Oh, these two! They’re like little kids with their antics, constantly out to best one another only to entangle their emotions all the more. What could be more challenging than resisting?
But Ben. Oh, Ben! He’s fantastic and has a heart of gold. Though he has a player’s reputation, Olivia gets a glimpse of the kind and caring man behind the scenes. His charm, though, hits her like a freight train, and she doesn’t stand a chance. Ben doesn’t want a commitment, though. During most of the book, he states quite emphatically he doesn't want the added complication of a wife. The irony then is that he ends up getting married anyway right before Olivia enters the picture wanting a family.
And then there are the secondary characters. Ben’s mother is total goals. She throws Ben under the bus on more than one occasion. Then there’s his brothers and sister. Ben has a reputation for choking at the Stanley Cup finals, and the grief his family gives him! I have an idea for the next couple in the series, and I can’t wait.
Though I wish the book had an epilogue, this story was so cute and fresh and the banter...I can’t recommend this story enough. 5 blow me away stars! Keep ‘em coming, Ms. Snow.
I liked Ben in this book. Ben is the oldest of the Westmore clan and has been playing in the league the longest. He is also supposedly the biggest play-boy, egomaniac. I just kind of felt that he was a bit misunderstood, and that the only thing that really made him seem like a play-boy was his ring tone on his phone. I found that Ben was a total sweetheart, that kind of found him in a sticky situation.
I'm not sure if I liked Olivia or not, even by the end and I'm still not sure. I kind of found her a bit judgemental. And her back and forth gave me whiplash.
I thought that this was a nice addition to the series. I always love seeing the Westmore boy's together and love their family dynamics. There was some inconsistency with some the time hockey
I'm giving this book 3.5 Stars out of 5!!!!
***I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book for my honest opinion***
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