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PUCKED (The PUCKED Series Book 1) by [Hunting, Helena]
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"PUCKED is a unique, deliciously hot, endearingly sweet, laugh out loud, fantastically good time romance!! I adored Violet, I swooned hard for Alex, I loved every single page!! Prepare to get PUCKED - you'll enjoy every minute." ~NYT Bestselling author Emma Chase

"Pucked is a must read. LOL funny, sigh inducing swoony and fanning myself sexy. All the stars!" ~USA Today Bestselling author Daisy Prescott

" . . . a highly entertaining hot mess of inappropriateness." ~The Rock Stars of Romance

"Pucked is full of rip-roaring hilarious romantic fun. Fans of Alice Clayton and Tara Sivec are going to absolutely fall in love with Helena Hunting." ~Anna, Martini Times

"Helena Hunting has written an absurdly hilarious romance that I could not put down!" -Romance Bound

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With an extremely comical and lively heroine, and a male lead that will have you swooning all over the damn place, PUCKED is an incredible read that everyone will love." ~Shayna Renee's Spicy Reads


"Thiis must be the most hilarious book I've ever read, I can't stop laughing . . ." ~Claudia, Collector of Book Boyfriends

"Helena Hunting has written an absurdly hilarious romance that I could not put down!" ~Romance Bound Reviews

About the Author

New York Tmes and USA Today bestselling author of The PUCKED Series, Helena Hunting lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She writes contemporary romance ranging from new adult angst to romantic sports comedy.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1269 KB
  • Print Length: 382 pages
  • Publisher: Helena Hunting (May 3, 2015)
  • Publication Date: May 3, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WLD27N2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm not entirely sure what I thought I would be getting when I decided to read Helena Hunting's Pucked, but it wasn't what I got. Maybe I expected a typical sports romance – which I love. Maybe I thought I'd find the same stereotypical men and women I see in so many books in this genre. I didn't get that either. This was a totally new experience to me and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Violet was a great main character. I don't know that I've enjoyed a character's inner dialogue this much since the first time I read Alice Clayton's Wallbanger. She's hilarious. She's unapologetically sexual, which I love and want to see more of in books. She's not exactly what you would call ladylike – what with talking about "jilling off" and coming up with interesting nicknames for her lady parts (and Alex's man parts). She's a totally different character than what I'm used to reading and I loved that.

Alex was yummy – former nerd (and figure skater) turned hockey pro. What's not to love about all that? Sure, he has a reputation as quite the manwhore, but there's more to him than meets the eye. And, not everything you see in the media is exactly true. He was Canadian, eh, so I was totally reading his chapters with an accent, which is always fun. All that said, despite getting a few peeks inside his head, I still don't feel like I ever got to know him as well as I did Violet, but I'm ok with that.

I really liked Violet and Alex together. They definitely had a ton of chemistry – in and out of the bedroom – and I loved how they could be their goofy, crass selves with each other. Their scenes had me laughing just as much as swooning or blushing. Sure, there were some communication issues that caused bigger problems for them, but I was hopeful they could pull things together.
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I purchased this book due to all the wonderful reviews and why there are so many readers raving about it - is beyond me. The story idea is pretty decent but the immature character development and writing ruins it. The author has the female lead character acting like a 15 yr old and the repeated references to her "beaver" and his "MC" are ridiculous. The continued references to sexual body parts is exhausting and take up way too much valuable pages. I love a hot sexy encounter in a book, but the child-like banter and typical - "he broke my heart, let's eat ice cream" content made this book a waste. Don't waste your money... there are too many other good sports romances to read!
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I know that Pucked has tons of four & five star reviews already on Goodreads; however, it seems that what worked for other readers did not work for me.

I struggled a lot with the overabundance of sex and genitalia fixation vs the lack of depth, character development, and plot. The story line seemed to flow in a complete circle that consisted of sex, running, groveling, and talking to or about body parts—wash, rinse, repeat. This made it extremely hard to connect with either Alex or Violet. Not to mention the weird terminology for body parts that were way over used such as Beaver and Monster C*ck. That right there really ruined a lot of the book for me. The author referred to the female genitalia as Beave/Beaver 82 times and Mc/Monster C*ock close to 60 times, with a few other names thrown in. It got old fast. Although there were moments I found them entertaining, it felt as though there were not enough of those to grasp on to when it came to their overall personalities, issues, and quirks; unfortunately, due to this, I was either not entertained, annoyed, or rolling my eyes 75% of the book.

I am a huge fan of the tongue in cheek type of humor (Tara Sivec and R.L. Mathewson), usually laughing my butt off at these types of books, as well as rate fairly high for enjoyment. However, in the case of Pucked, it was a missed attempt at raunchy humor. Sadly, Pucked was one of those stories that left me without the ability to form a coherent thought at the end.
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4.5 Stars!

I tend to avoid lengthy novels because I get bored easily, which results in fast-forwarding through the chapters and missing key elements of the story. So when I was offered the chance to read Pucked, a 400-page book from "new to me" author Helena Hunting, I was a little hesitant. Almost immediately my reluctance was soon forgotten, due to the entertaining plot, creative characters, some hysterical moments, and hot, sexy times. In a nutshell, a terrific read.

This novel is about junior accountant Violet Hall and professional hockey player Alex Waters. Their eyes meet during a hockey game and their relationship begins after the game ends. Violet and Alex are great together and their sexual chemistry is scorching.

There are so many good things about this book, which include the originality of the title and the sexiness of the cover. Violet is a riot, with her ability to uniquely speak her mind, her weirdness, and the way she comes up with a masterful name and costume for Alex's most important body part. She is like no one I have ever read about before and she definitely marches to the beat of a different drummer. She has beauty and brains, which is why she can only tolerate men with very similar attributes. Alex is a professional hockey superstar that defies the dumb jock stereotype, while working extremely hard to be the athlete that he is today. Choosing a hockey career over a chance for an Olympic medal in figure skating, never sat well with his mother and has caused him a lot of angst over the years. Alex is smart, talented and good-looking, yet some of his decisions about his career have backfired. Finding Violet was one of the best things that ever happened to him.
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