Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Major Misconduct: An Aces Hockey Novel

Major Misconduct: An Aces Hockey Novel by Kelly Jamieson

In Kelly Jamieson’s seductive new Chicago Aces romance—perfect for readers of Sawyer Bennett and Toni Aleo—a fun-loving free spirit tempts an uptight hockey star into opening himself up to love.
As the captain of the Chicago Aces, Marc Dupuis is all business. The apartment he shares with his teammate and best friend, Duncan, is a refuge from the pressures of fame. But when the sexiest woman he’s ever seen interrupts his early morning coffee wearing only a skimpy cami and matching panties, Marc can’t exactly say he minds. Their chemistry is off the charts. Unfortunately, this girl’s no random puck bunny. She’s Duncan’s little sister—and she’s moving in.
Lovey Armstrong could stare at Marc’s chiseled abs and listen to his French-Canadian accent all day. She just has no idea what’s going on inside his head: When he’s not charming her pants off, Marc makes a Zamboni machine seem warm and cuddly. Lovey knows the team’s bro code says no messing with sisters, but all these mixed messages are hard on a girl’s self-esteem—especially since she’s finally getting her new life together in Chicago. She decides he’s worth another shot . . . because if anyone can melt the ice around Marc’s heart, it’s Lovey.

4.0 out of 5 stars sweet and heaOctober 13, 2015
This review is from: Major Misconduct: An Aces Hockey Novel (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
Let's go with the bad first. I found it annoying that the word Cheese was used constantly. I'm sure they author was trying to be cute, but it just irritated me.
On to the good. I love the happy ending. The interaction with Army and Lovey was sweet. Brother and Sister, they were fun characters. Marc felt so much like a stick in the mud until about halfway through the book and then he seemed to lighten up. It was much better. I liked the happy ever after. It was nice to have a sports romance that wasn't about a "bad boy player" who redeems himself. This really was a sweet, slightly sexy sports romance. If you can deal with corny lines replacing cuss words, then grab this and enjoy.
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