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Mister Hockey: Hellions Angels Mass Market Paperback – August 22, 2017
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“Mister Hockey gets the hat-trick with his rugged charm, steamy kisses, and one broken rule that leads to love. I’m a Hellions fan-atic, and you will be, too!” (Jennifer Ryan, New York Times bestselling author)
“Sexy, sweet, and so damn funny! Mister Hockey is the perfect beach read.” (Jennifer Blackwood, USA Today bestselling author of The Rule Book)
“Riley launches her Hellions Angel series with this addictively readable sports romance written with a deliciously zesty sense of humor that will have fans of Susan Elizabeth Phillips cheering... the chemistry she crafts… is so red-hot that readers will need to don hockey gloves while turning the pages.” (Booklist (starred review))
“Mister Hockey is as sexy as he is funny and sweet. And Breezy Angel is a wonderful heroine for my book-loving, fangirling heart. A perfect debut for Lia Riley’s new Hellions Angels series!” (AJ Pine, author of the Kingston Ale House series)
“...sexy parts hot enough to melt ice.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“With likeable characters who have great chemistry, Mister Hockey is fun and refreshing!”
(Kelly Jamieson, USA Today Bestselling Author)
About the Author
After studying at the University of Montana-Missoula, Lia Riley scoured the world armed only with a backpack, overconfidence and a terrible sense of direction. She counts shooting vodka with a Ukranian mechanic in Antarctica, sipping yerba mate with gauchos in Chile and swilling fourex with stationhands in Outback Australia among her accomplishments.
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>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the first book in the Hellions Angels series and ends with an HEA. Breezy is a curvy librarian that can never live up to her family’s expectations and her skinny sister, Neve. Neve is a sports reporter and brings Breezy’s biggest sports crush to the library to help Breezy out. I love how awkward Breezy was. Later on, even hockey god, Jed is awkward, making him so much more human.
>Breezy hides that she is Jed’s super fan and once he finds out, the trust is gone. There isn’t any hockey action in this book, but the story does deal with the end of one’s career, be it in a library or on the ice. The chemistry between Breezy and Jed is so sweet. Jed actually fixes a leak in her roof to spend more time with her. Finding out a sports hero is just a regular person can be jarring, but the author really brings that theme to the surface.
>Having family be the catalyst to bring someone down is also brought to the surface. Breezy’s family unknowingly treat Breezy differently than her sister Neve. Breezy’s grandma calls Breezy ‘bumper butt’, which is horrible. Jed does stand up for Breezy, which shows how much he cares about her.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the book 5 stars. The story is not really about sports, but about real perceptions of people. The concussion syndrome is a unique theme that would have benefited from a bit more description so readers could really understand how debilitating concussions can be.
Breezy is leading a children’s program at the library when she gets the bad news that her guest reader, the captain of the Denver Hellions, has to cancel his appearance because he’s stuck in a different state. Enter Neve, Breezy’s sister, and the man she is currently interviewing for her podcast, Jed West, Mr. Hockey himself. He is also Breezy’s dream guy. The man she crushes on and owns tons of merchandise related to him. She knows it’s a tad overboard but hey, we all have those kinds of crushes (mine is Tyler Hoechlin). Unfortunately, a minor wardrobe malfunction sends Breezy running to her car while wearing Jed’s raincoat.
Cue Jed tracking Breezy down at her house where he plays handyman and is pretty much the sweetest guy around. Like, I am falling hard for him at this point so it’s no wonder Breezy has a super crush. Of course, this is Jed West. There is no way he would look at her seriously. Fortunately, he does take her seriously and before she can blink, Breezy is spending time with Jed, getting to know him beyond his media persona. And he’s even better than she could have ever dreamed.
Jed is really enjoying spending time with Breezy. She just makes him feel happy and relaxed. Unfortunately for him, he doesn’t realize that Breezy has been holding back on just how well she knows him. When Jed finds out that Breezy has been a fan all along, will he end the burgeoning relationship?
I really liked the unexpected way these two came together. It was a very sweet meet cute. Not only does Jed help with unexpected roof leaks, but he meets Breezy’s mom and grandma in one fell swoop. It has all the makings of a great romantic comedy which I really liked.
I liked Breezy a lot and related to her. Unfortunately, much like myself, she comments on her bigger body a bit too much for my tastes. I know it’s realistic but I also like a more body positive outlook in my romance books overall. That is probably my biggest qualm about Breezy. Otherwise, I liked how she fought for her library and her job. I liked how her funny personality and some of her snappy remarks to Jed. These two have great chemistry from the moment they meet.
While things worked out a little too tidily in the end, I can’t fault this too much because frankly, I enjoyed this book from start to finish. This is my first time reading Lia Riley and it will not be my last. I’m already looking forward to book two, Neve’s story.
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