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- Publication Date : February 11, 2018
- File Size : 1498 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 181 pages
- ASIN : B079RJCGJK
- Publisher : Love Lane Books Ltd; 1st Edition (February 11, 2018)
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #183,577 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Stan is so loving, gentle and wickedly generous, but also comes with a massive ego and bossy side that soon has Eric with Noah and his nanny safely moved into Stan's mansion, to the Russian's utmost satisfaction. Their chemistry is off-the-charts sizzling hot, so much so that it's very difficult to believe Eric actually thought he'd get over Stan. Fortunately, Stan has about as much resistance to and control where Eric is concerned.
Five stars seems inadequate - even the usual strangely devoid-of-an-acceptable-conclusion didn't throw me off my liking of this book. Shrug - eye roll - sigh. It's Stan! Totally worth it!
If you've been reading the series, you won't want to miss this. If you haven't read the series, you can read this as a standalone, but you'll be missing on all the other guy's backstories and that would be a shame.
If you're an RJ Scott fan like me you won't be disappointed. This collaboration between RJ and VL Locey is something special. I don't know how they do it, but I'm so happy that these two authors put their heads together and give us such wonderful stories.
I'm over-the-moon with this series and can't wait for the next book to come out!
Presumably because of Stan's limited but growing fluency in English, it feels like there is more internal thoughts and dialogue in this book than previous books in the series, for both Erik and Stan. However, that provides a lot of opportunity to know what Stan and Erik love about each other, which can be a challenge in a second-chance romance that doesn't flash back to the initial romance.
I also enjoyed the ongoing friendships between the teammates and learning more about secondary characters, as well as friendships developed prior to being teammates. The hotel breakfast scene between Erik and Conner is especially funny; it makes me wonder if Conner knew what he was getting into when he became Captain of the Railers.
I think my favorite aspect is getting to know Stan much better - because of having his POV - and the importance of family to him and seeing him achieve his dreams of home and family.
I think there was a glaring issue with never addressing Stan's citizenship that should have been discussed and dealt with that did leave the book with a feeling of unresolved, serious issues.
I have been fascinated with him since "Changing Lanes" saga with Ten and Jared. I wanted to see more of him and get his backstory. How this loveable, slightly strange and totally adorable giant of a man can be so open, caring and friendly without having someone in his life. Then we find out about Erik: the beautiful Swedish hockey player who sadly broke Stan's heart. In his attempt to do the "right thing" for his child AND his and Stan's careers, Erik made a mess. Nothing was right, both of them alone and hurting, until Erik told the truth to Stan. The adage of "The Truth Will Set You Free" helps both Stan AND Erik in their coming together again. Stan, this larger than life man, just wants to be happy. To have his family, husband and children happy and with him. To have the "American Dream".
I really liked Stan and Eric. I was super excited about this book and I enjoyed it.
I like everything that is here but to be a really great read, more detail, and more couple time, and more exploration was needed.
The writers are in a tricky spot because Stan's English is not great, he doesn't speak Swedish, and Eric's Russian is basically nil.
However, when we are in Stan's head things work well and this is a lovely alternating point of view book.
I just needed more complexity to really feel the love between these two great heroes
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This is a sweet, sexy story, with plenty of laughs. I love Stan so much, he's such a big teddy bear, and Erik complements him so well. Add in baby Noah and you have a recipe for adorableness.
Highly recommended, can't wait for the next one!
This series is just brilliant...
Overall I love this series and highly recommend it.
I received this book as an ARC from the authors. My review is purely my own.