Book Review: Playmaker by L. P. Dover

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If you love hockey with some bad boy romance like me, here is your chance to read Playmaker

Synopsis

He knows every play in the book. But she’s calling the shots.

I’m Maddox Ledger, all-star winger and the reason the Charlotte Strikers killed it in the playoffs. Yeah, the tabloids like to call me arrogant. A real hothead. All I see is a guy who plays to win. Wreaking havoc on the ice, breaking a few hearts—that’s all just part of the game. And I’m sure as hell not sitting on the bench.

 When my teammate asks me to be in his wedding party, I can’t refuse. Lucky for me, the bridesmaid I’m paired with is the definition of eye candy, but she’s so much more than that. Lacey Easton is totally irresistible and she makes me want to be a better man. A glimpse of bare shoulder takes me back to a steamy, two-week Vegas tryst I can’t forget. One I’m eager to repeat.

 Suddenly our one-night stand is turning into the sequel. Still, Lacey’s keeping secrets. She doesn’t trust me. And maybe I deserve it. But I know more than she thinks I do and there’s no chance I’m letting her get away—or letting another guy take what is mine. This time, I’m playing for keeps.

I love anything hockey. Well, anything hockey, football, and books. So of course I had to get my fingers on this bad boy.

Hunky leading man ✔️

Story ✔️

Happy ending ✔️

It had game. It had anger. It had jealousy. It had love. Sex. Family. Revenge. The list goes on.

I give it 5/5 since the story was so cute, and had my favorite sport. Well written!

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