Book Review: Gravity by Tal Bauer

Every book I’ve read by this author has been vastly different, but all have been fantastic, and Bauer brings that same storytelling skill to the hockey romance subgenre. In fact, he also completely nails what appeals to me about this subgenre in a discussion between the two main characters about the game of hockey itself.Continue reading “Book Review: Gravity by Tal Bauer”

Book Review: Breakaway (Sin Bin: West Coast #1) by E.M. Lindsey

I enjoyed the two original entries in Lindsey’s cowritten foray into hockey romance, and while I have no idea when or whether that series will continue, I already knew I’d also be invested in the Western Conference version written by Lindsey alone. This book includes all of what I enjoyed about that series but withContinue reading “Book Review: Breakaway (Sin Bin: West Coast #1) by E.M. Lindsey”

Book Review: Rookie Mistake (On the Board #1) by Anna Zabo & L.A. Witt

For some reason, hockey romances are one of the few “sports romance” categories I can stand. Something about the typical attitudes and personalities of hockey players makes them more palatable than those of other sports players, and perhaps because it’s a sport I know just enough to be interested in but not enough to beContinue reading “Book Review: Rookie Mistake (On the Board #1) by Anna Zabo & L.A. Witt”

Book Review: Open Ice Hit (Sin Bin #1) by E.M. Lindsey & Marina Vivancos

I should state for the record that my mom grew up in Queens, but my best friend lives in Brooklyn, so I can’t really choose sides between the Sea Dogs or the Phantoms. Two players from rival teams falling in love seems a bit cliché, except the fact that Tommy and Vicki aren’t on theContinue reading “Book Review: Open Ice Hit (Sin Bin #1) by E.M. Lindsey & Marina Vivancos”

Review: Gentlemen of the Emerald City Series by L. A. Witt

This post includes reviews of the books in the Gentlemen of the Emerald City series: Luca (#1) Cole (#2) Bryce (#3) Marco (#4) Andre (#5) Hunter (#6) Luca (Book 1) I hadn’t read anything by Witt in a while, so I decided to rectify that with her newest contemporary romance series. The sex work elementContinue reading “Review: Gentlemen of the Emerald City Series by L. A. Witt”