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Once again Natasha knocks it out of the park. Or the rink in this case. I loved Matthew and Karrie. From their first introduction you could tell their relationship would be explosive!
Charged with babysitting Matthew, the new player on the team who can't seem to keep himself out of trouble and out of the press, Karrie finds herself the victim of Matthew's caveman antics. The worst part? She likes it. Will her dedication to protecting him from himself, be sidelined by her desire for the man himself?
Matthew, who was never looking for more than a fun fling or two with his choice from the never-ending gaggle of puck bunnies, finds himself being chaperoned by the one woman he can't seem to resist. She's gonna change everything. He just has no idea how much.
This one has tons of humor, swoon-worthy moments, and of course delicious steamy scenes. Can't wait for the next book!!
Matthew, the young man we met in the first book, (Something So Right) is all grown up now. Having been drafted into the NHL at the tender young age of seventeen. And like so many who have fame and money thrown at them too young, he took it to the extreme. Becoming the “Bad Boy of the NHL”. Partying, drinking, women, and just too much bad behavior in general. So bad, he was demoted and finally cut from his team.
Now older and wiser, he’s being given a second chance. Keep his nose clean, and he keeps his job. Screw up just once, and he’s through.
To ensure Matthew keeps himself out of trouble, his owner has hired him a chaperone. Or as Matthew sees it, a babysitter, his new bosses daughter, Karrie.
And as expected, these two have chemistry from the very first touch. Karrie fights it, trying to remain professional and do her job. Matthew knows he has found his “missing piece”. The piece that completes him. Makes him whole. And he will do whatever it takes to convince Karrie they belong together.
What I loved about this book, and the first book, is the prologue. It gives you that “Uh-Oh” moment that happens in most books. You know what it is, and how it plays out, you just don’t know when it’s coming. And Matthew’s Uh-Oh is a doozy.
My only problem with this book was that I had a hard time seeing Matthew as anything other than the sweet, kind, protective big brother and son, that we met in the first book. And the sweet, thoughtful, protective man we meet in this book. All of his “bad behavior” takes place after the first book and before this book. It’s all off page. I just didn’t buy into his whole bad boy persona.
We do get a peek at Matthew’s younger sister Allison’s book. And boy is her Uh-Oh moment a shocker!
After a few years of playing pro hockey right out of high school, Matthew Grant's wild ways get him into too much trouble so he is cut from the team. A couple of years later, he is finally approached by New York to play again. He is looking forward to having another chance, however, they don't trust him and want him to stay out of trouble so he is assigned a chaperone.
Enter Karrie Cooney. From the instant he meets her, he wants her even though she is basically off limits. They have some fantastic verbal sparring and witty banter until he finally wears her down one day and makes her his. The story line is wonderful and I love seeing this couple grow closer throughout this book until neither could possible live without the other. They make me laugh, cry, and even get frustrated. I really like them both so much and love them as a couple. There are times when Matthew is a controlling jacka$$ but it makes me laugh and there are times where he is seriously swoon worthy. Karrie is awesome! She does not take his crap and gives it right back. The entire cast of supporting characters makes this book unforgettable.
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