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214 pages, Kindle Edition
First published February 12, 2021
Slapshot was a wonderful read. I've freaking loved everything about this book, the characters, main and friends, the hockey, the plot, it was impossible to stop reading it.
Kaitlyn Dalager is a new transferred student at the Moo U, she likes to spurge money until the day she finds herself broke because her famous ex NHL player father cuts her fonds. She has to get a job quickly and her only acceptable choice is the hockey team’s equipment manager, so even if she came to despise everything hockey related because that's her father first and only love, she accepts it. Lex Vonne is a hockey player, he feels insecure in the team because he started to play the sport only few year before so he spends all his energy trying to reach his teammates level, until he meets the new equipment manager. Kaitlyn tries to keep Lex at distance because so many times she had been burnt in the past with guys who has used her in order to meet her father, but it isn't easy to ignore his beauty and kindness. Will Lex conquer Kaitlyn trust showing she is the most important thing in his life? Or will Kaitlyn be right to be cautious with him?
Kaitlyn and Lex are perfect, I adored them individually and as a couple. Kaitlyn is my favourite she could be mistaken for a rich and annoying brat but she actually is a nice girl who is scared to suffer again and she has built high walls to protect herself.
Rebecca Jenshak wrote a sweet, hot and entertaining story, it's easy to read her words and it feels like it ends too quickly...ah ah ah but maybe that's me because I flew between its pages.
I enjoyed and recommend this new adult college romance to everyone, and if you want to read about another great manager I suggest you to also get The Understatement of the Year and The Shameless Hour by Sarina Bowen.
Copy kindly provided by the Publisher/Author.
Hard work for the win. Or maybe it's just love conquering all. I'm going to choose to continue to believe that love is like everything else--it works only as hard as you do. And I'm a damn hard worker.