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Teammates, roommates, friends with benefits. What could go wrong? Boys of Summer is a book about finding the perfect person to ride shotgun with on the crazy road trip called life. It contains a Dolly Parton lookalike, an unfortunate deer versus car incident, and poorly-timed epiphanies. Everybody leaves. That was the first lesson Thunder goalie James McVicker ever Teammates, roommates, friends with benefits. What could go wrong? Boys of Summer is a book about finding the perfect person to ride shotgun with on the crazy road trip called life. It contains a Dolly Parton lookalike, an unfortunate deer versus car incident, and poorly-timed epiphanies. Everybody leaves. That was the first lesson Thunder goalie James McVicker ever learned. The second lesson was that if you don’t want to hurt, don’t let yourself get attached. Patrick O’Reilly is the best friend Vicky’s ever had. So obviously when Vicky finds himself possibly, maybe stupidly, falling in love with the guy, it only makes sense for him to leave first, right? So why does it feel like he’s just made the biggest mistake of his life?Patrick O’Reilly loves being in love. He loves the romance and hearts and flowers of it all, but he hates the way it always seems to end. Friends are simpler. Friends don’t break your heart. Luckily, he has the greatest best-friend-slash-teammate-slash-roommate in the world. Hanging out with Vicky is as easy as breathing, and despite Paddy’s initial fears, adding some epic benefits of the sexual kind to their friendship only makes it better. He’s certainly not going to ruin things by doing something as stupid as falling in love. Obviously, Vicky isn’t in love with him. He’s just confused by all these stupid weddings. If Paddy can get him to talk, they can work all this out and get back to being friends again. The course of true love never did run smoothly, but maybe with the help of their friends and family and some last-minute divine intervention, what started as a road trip could turn into the adventure of a lifetime.


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Teammates, roommates, friends with benefits. What could go wrong? Boys of Summer is a book about finding the perfect person to ride shotgun with on the crazy road trip called life. It contains a Dolly Parton lookalike, an unfortunate deer versus car incident, and poorly-timed epiphanies. Everybody leaves. That was the first lesson Thunder goalie James McVicker ever Teammates, roommates, friends with benefits. What could go wrong? Boys of Summer is a book about finding the perfect person to ride shotgun with on the crazy road trip called life. It contains a Dolly Parton lookalike, an unfortunate deer versus car incident, and poorly-timed epiphanies. Everybody leaves. That was the first lesson Thunder goalie James McVicker ever learned. The second lesson was that if you don’t want to hurt, don’t let yourself get attached. Patrick O’Reilly is the best friend Vicky’s ever had. So obviously when Vicky finds himself possibly, maybe stupidly, falling in love with the guy, it only makes sense for him to leave first, right? So why does it feel like he’s just made the biggest mistake of his life?Patrick O’Reilly loves being in love. He loves the romance and hearts and flowers of it all, but he hates the way it always seems to end. Friends are simpler. Friends don’t break your heart. Luckily, he has the greatest best-friend-slash-teammate-slash-roommate in the world. Hanging out with Vicky is as easy as breathing, and despite Paddy’s initial fears, adding some epic benefits of the sexual kind to their friendship only makes it better. He’s certainly not going to ruin things by doing something as stupid as falling in love. Obviously, Vicky isn’t in love with him. He’s just confused by all these stupid weddings. If Paddy can get him to talk, they can work all this out and get back to being friends again. The course of true love never did run smoothly, but maybe with the help of their friends and family and some last-minute divine intervention, what started as a road trip could turn into the adventure of a lifetime.

30 review for Boys of Summer

  1. 5 out of 5

    ~Mindy Lynn~

    5 Stars! I am such a fan of this series and the guys in the books. AE W keeps the stories fresh with every book. Vicky and Paddy have to be my favorite couple of them all. But I think I missed a book before this one so we'll see. I definitely need to go back and read it. Back to Vicky and Paddy. They are the best of friends who have been riding a flirtatious line only one was noticing. But when Vicky points out Paddy's behavior to him, it's like a coming to Jesus moment. They both admit they're 5 Stars! I am such a fan of this series and the guys in the books. AE W keeps the stories fresh with every book. Vicky and Paddy have to be my favorite couple of them all. But I think I missed a book before this one so we'll see. I definitely need to go back and read it. Back to Vicky and Paddy. They are the best of friends who have been riding a flirtatious line only one was noticing. But when Vicky points out Paddy's behavior to him, it's like a coming to Jesus moment. They both admit they're attracted to one another and agree to have some fun with a friends with benefits deal. Things heat up after that but in a slow way. Not slow in the sense they don't have many sexy times together. Slow in the way in how far they take things. It's slow build up to penetration sex. They weren't sure if they wanted to take it there because it felt like if they crossed that line things would change. And they did. The fact that they were already so close helped this relationship build up so smoothly. They had crazy chemistry. The banter was on point and had me laughing quite often. What this author is so good at is making her stories flow with an ease. You never feel the length of them. I always end up wanting more in the end because you feel like you really get to know these characters and I just want to continue to hang out with them. They feel like friends in the end. I love a good road trip book and these boys had a blast. They explored the land and each other. I enjoyed all the side characters and the big families. I highly recommend it. Happy reading dolls! xx **I was given an ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review.**

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alisa

    3.5 stars They were sweet together & there was a road trip.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elle Kay

    This novel is intricately layered and richly complex with multiple story-lines weaving seamlessly together. There’s the road trip, the hockey aspects, Vicky’s grandfather, Paddy’s extended family (& they are as marvellous as always) and, centre to it all, the relationship and all the confusion, joy, heartbreak and self-discovery this entails. The entire book is a roller coaster of emotion, with Wasp artfully pulling the reader from angst to tears-streaming-down-your-face laughter; from This novel is intricately layered and richly complex with multiple story-lines weaving seamlessly together. There’s the road trip, the hockey aspects, Vicky’s grandfather, Paddy’s extended family (& they are as marvellous as always) and, centre to it all, the relationship and all the confusion, joy, heartbreak and self-discovery this entails. The entire book is a roller coaster of emotion, with Wasp artfully pulling the reader from angst to tears-streaming-down-your-face laughter; from serious dialogue to light, witty banter and from hot, steamy sexual explorations to the hysteria only the Lucianos and O’Reillys can elicit. There’s also a stunningly beautiful wedding that brought tears to my eyes. As readers have come to expect from Wasp, the dialogue is top-notch, weaving from snark to heart-warming to humorous with ease (& often in one scene). No spoilers, but a line by Jake early in the book had me laughing so hard I almost wet my pants. There’s a text message exchange near the end that had me cringing in mortification and sympathy (while also laughing so hard I snorted). And, there’s a throw-back to a previous books’ scene: “Is there an alpaca in the petting zoo,” Joey asked as he and Liam joining the party. “Coach Williams promised me I could pet an alpaca.” This type of nugget really rewards readers of the whole series; the book could be read as a stand-alone, but with this kind of tight writing, memorable characters and smoking romance, why would you want to? Wasp proves she’s not just using sports as a hook to gain readers but truly knows and loves the game of hockey. She also has a great outlook on family dynamics and anytime there’s scenes with the Lucianos and O’Reillys, my heart warms. Sadly, this novel theoretically completes the Hot off the Ice series. And while I can admit that everything is wrapped up very neatly and satisfyingly, that doesn’t mean I’m not going to send out a plea to reconsider, unwrap and carry on because I love the Seattle Thunder world so much.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    I really have a soft spot for AE Wasp's books and I can't point my finger on just why. I mean they're usually funny and this one was hysterical with big man-children with the senses of humor of 12 year olds, which is right up my alley. Her books are usually low-medium angst which is good for my nerves because as much as I like high-angst books, they make me nervous as hell. Patrick and Vicky were unbearably sweet with a lot of sexy times. I love a good road trip and this book did not disappoint. I really have a soft spot for AE Wasp's books and I can't point my finger on just why. I mean they're usually funny and this one was hysterical with big man-children with the senses of humor of 12 year olds, which is right up my alley. Her books are usually low-medium angst which is good for my nerves because as much as I like high-angst books, they make me nervous as hell. Patrick and Vicky were unbearably sweet with a lot of sexy times. I love a good road trip and this book did not disappoint. I adore Patrick's families (which in IRL would be exhausting for me, like it was for Vicky at first.) I think even as different as Paddy and Vicky were from each other they were also perfect for each other. I am not sure if there's going to be more books in this series but I would welcome them with open arms if there are.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anne Donaldson

    These characters have become friends! This book shows Vicky and Patrick’s burgeoning relationship – one Patrick didn’t know he wanted and one that terrified Vicky who was only used to people abandoning him. Vicky is so vulnerable, and the love he gets from everyone in the story is more than heartwarming. And Patrick – he’s so gorgeous as he realizes he’s in love with Vicky. And we get to revisit so many of the other characters – Liam, and Joey, and Bryce, and Dakota – and that road trip is one These characters have become friends! This book shows Vicky and Patrick’s burgeoning relationship – one Patrick didn’t know he wanted and one that terrified Vicky who was only used to people abandoning him. Vicky is so vulnerable, and the love he gets from everyone in the story is more than heartwarming. And Patrick – he’s so gorgeous as he realizes he’s in love with Vicky. And we get to revisit so many of the other characters – Liam, and Joey, and Bryce, and Dakota – and that road trip is one of the funniest pieces of writing I’ve seen this year. There is nothing I would change in this book – not a word of dialogue, not a scene, not a thought. It is wonderful. I received a free copy of this book. This review was posted voluntarily.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mrs.V

    This book is pure perfection, just like the rest of the series, but it may be my new favourite! Vicky and Paddy are so freaking adorable and cute and funny together and so adorably clueless in their "oh, no, we're just friends, I'm not in love with him, it's not like that"... I loved the road trip they take together and all the shenanigans they get up to! I am completely and utterly in love with the combined O'Reilly-Luciano clan (coming from a big Italian family it's kinda reading about home). So, This book is pure perfection, just like the rest of the series, but it may be my new favourite! Vicky and Paddy are so freaking adorable and cute and funny together and so adorably clueless in their "oh, no, we're just friends, I'm not in love with him, it's not like that"... I loved the road trip they take together and all the shenanigans they get up to! I am completely and utterly in love with the combined O'Reilly-Luciano clan (coming from a big Italian family it's kinda reading about home). So, all I na really say is that A.E. Wasp keeps writing her incredible and refreshing stories, I hope there are more to come in the Hot Off the Ice series (I mean, the Thunder is bound to have some new players we can learn about, isn't it?).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Leci Forde

    Great! This was an awesome friends to lovers story! I love romance books featuring hockey players and this was a really good one! Vicky and Patrick were inseparable! They were best friends then best friends with benefits...until they fell in love...no spoilers but it was an excellent summer adventure!

  8. 4 out of 5

    BR11

    4 and 1/2 stars Recommend!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Just so good I love A E Wasp and I love the O'Reilly/Luciano family and watching Patrick and Vicky figure things outwash so great. This also a great road trip book: a few I've read felt like the author just really wanted to write about specific places and it felt superfluous to the story; this road trip allows you to watch these guys fall in love and witness how it changes from friendship love to love love.

  10. 4 out of 5

    LauraSt

    5 STARS Patrick and Vicky have stolen my heart Wasp does it again, and engaging, funny, adorable and sexy story. Jesus was it HOT! The description of the scenes was tantalizing, shiver inducing and simply awesome. The family Luciano’s and O’s were AMAZING! And Patrick and Vicky’s dynamic was explosive but also beautiful and pure and GOD I just loved this! Not only that but we find out about ALL the other couples in this series, which made it even more perfect! 5 STARS Patrick and Vicky have stolen my heart 🖤 Wasp does it again, and engaging, funny, adorable and sexy story. Jesus was it HOT! The description of the scenes was tantalizing, shiver inducing and simply awesome. The family Luciano’s and O’s were AMAZING! And Patrick and Vicky’s dynamic was explosive but also beautiful and pure and GOD I just loved this! Not only that but we find out about ALL the other couples in this series, which made it even more perfect!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Devoted♥Reader

    Wishes do come true “I didn’t know angels could curse.” So many funny one-liners in this book. The banter between Paddy and Vicky is amusing, sexy and sweet; even though they are both so stubborn about their feelings for each other. I love how Paddy has a special nickname all of his own for Vicky. The hotel scene, so so hot, but I also couldn’t stop laughing. Same thing with the truck stop and that grandma is cool. I’m not a fan of camping but after this book it just might be my favorite thing. Wishes do come true “I didn’t know angels could curse.” So many funny one-liners in this book. The banter between Paddy and Vicky is amusing, sexy and sweet; even though they are both so stubborn about their feelings for each other. I love how Paddy has a special nickname all of his own for Vicky. The hotel scene, so so hot, but I also couldn’t stop laughing. Same thing with the truck stop and that grandma is cool. I’m not a fan of camping but after this book it just might be my favorite thing. Vicky’s story made my heart hurt. He deserves all the love and then some. I’m so glad he has his grandpa. Patrick needs lots and lots of hugs of his own. Thank goodness he has his family to protect and prod him when needed. Oh my gosh, Paddy’s description of the O’Reillys is priceless. Oh man, I miss Sergei and had forgotten about their cats. It made me so happy visiting with Lucy and Liam again. Who knew Old Maid could be cutthroat and Red Vines are better. The flower and the wedding scenes made me swoon. Up to this point, Lucy and Liam had been my favorite couple and I still love them and the entire family, but Vicky and Paddy have usurped them. I adore how they take care of each other and their sense of humor. They make me laugh, want to cuddle them, and their chemistry is smoking hot. They were made for each other. What an amazingly romantic ending to a fantastic love story by AE Wasp.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alexleo

    I love all books of the Hot Off the Ice series and this is surely great addition. Vicky&Paddy are best friends, teammates and on-off roommates. The book follows them on their road trip during off-season, spending time in the great outdoors and at wedding parties. This is also a way to test their friend-with-benefits relationship, a new experience for Patrick who has always considered himself straight. Vicky has some more experience with men, but Paddy quickly proves to be very imaginative I love all books of the Hot Off the Ice series and this is surely great addition. Vicky&Paddy are best friends, teammates and on-off roommates. The book follows them on their road trip during off-season, spending time in the great outdoors and at wedding parties. This is also a way to test their friend-with-benefits relationship, a new experience for Patrick who has always considered himself straight. Vicky has some more experience with men, but Paddy quickly proves to be very imaginative under the sheets. Their benefits include many quickies and interrupted encounters, funny moments and increasing bonding. It was a long book, with many moments that involved many Luciano and O’Reilly family members and the couples of the other books of the series. Compared to the other stories, I missed the initial tension, the time dedicated to discover the other’s strengths and weaknesses, the common ground and the inevitable differences that enrich any new love relationship. At the end Vicky and Paddy’s connection does not change much, but they just finally open their eyes and their heart to admit what they always felt for each other but never realised due to their upbringing. Overall a story about friendship rather than romance, about the importance of family, and the impact of its lack on the emotional development of a man.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarita Chapdelaine

    This is another excellent addition to the Hot Off the Ice series and I love everything about this book. I was fully engaged from the very first page and I could not put it down. Boys of Summer is beautifully written, sweet, hilarious, emotional, has a fun road trip, several weddings, one of the cutest couples ever and all of the characters are simply amazing. Patrick and Vicky are perfect for each other but it seems that they are the only ones not aware that their connection is way deeper then This is another excellent addition to the Hot Off the Ice series and I love everything about this book. I was fully engaged from the very first page and I could not put it down. Boys of Summer is beautifully written, sweet, hilarious, emotional, has a fun road trip, several weddings, one of the cutest couples ever and all of the characters are simply amazing. Patrick and Vicky are perfect for each other but it seems that they are the only ones not aware that their connection is way deeper then just friendship. I love their how their relationship evolves from being best friends to so much more as they have insanely hot chemistry, some very sweet moments together, funny banter and are lucky enough to have a lot of help from their friends and family when they lose their way. One of the best parts of this entire series are the O'Reilly and Luciano families as everyone has an opinion and they are happy to tell anyone who will listen. Vicky is a bit overwhelmed by Patrick's huge family but he also is thrilled to be a part of it. His grandpa Joe is a sweetheart and I love how supportive he is. I love the ending and the glimpse into the lives of the characters from the previous stories. I hope that this isn't the last book in this amazing series as I love all of the couples and I will never get enough of them. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Miriah

    3.5 rounded up This author writes great characters and great stories. I love that the characters aren’t only hockey players, but we see them play hockey, and deal with hockey/related things like contracts. As with previous books, I really think the author could benefit from an editor/better editor, as there are some distracting grammatical mistakes yet again, as well as some minor personality continuity issues with the characters. Still, the characters were wonderful with just the right amount of 3.5 rounded up This author writes great characters and great stories. I love that the characters aren’t only hockey players, but we see them play hockey, and deal with hockey/related things like contracts. As with previous books, I really think the author could benefit from an editor/better editor, as there are some distracting grammatical mistakes yet again, as well as some minor personality continuity issues with the characters. Still, the characters were wonderful with just the right amount of angst, and I could easily read about the characters doing literally nothing and be happy, warm, and fuzzy. I know the book is based in the summer, but it feels like a warm cup of tea or a cozy hug in the fall. There was also a wonderful amount of stream, and I really appreciated Vicky’s vulnerabilities. I’ve said it before, I love when characters vocalize their sexual attraction to each other and this book had a bit of that which made me happy. Patrick was so stable, if not a bit of an idiot. I especially liked Vicky’s explanation of how he didn’t realise he was in love. Another reviewer stated this is the last book in the series, which despite my issues makes me incredibly sad. After Avon Gale’s Scoring Chances Series, I think this was my favourite (Series = 3+ books). I hope the author decides to write more.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mary Mary

    * I was gifted a copy of this amazing story in exchange for an honest review * I love A.E. Wasp's books, her writing style and "Hot off the ice" series is one of my favorite <3 This is a great addition to this amazing series about hockey players in love. It is a real page turner, it's hard to stop reading. All O’Reilly and Luciano family members are pretty awesome, but I can understand that such a big family can be more than just a little bit overwhelming for a poor Vicky. I loved his story, I * I was gifted a copy of this amazing story in exchange for an honest review * I love A.E. Wasp's books, her writing style and "Hot off the ice" series is one of my favorite <3 This is a great addition to this amazing series about hockey players in love. It is a real page turner, it's hard to stop reading. All O’Reilly and Luciano family members are pretty awesome, but I can understand that such a big family can be more than just a little bit overwhelming for a poor Vicky. I loved his story, I loved how he fought with his fear of getting close to Paddy. They are absolutely cute together. This is a friends-to-lovers story, which is my absolute favorite. I love watching people getting close, spend time together, having each other back. It makes the whole love part more believable. I was rooting for Paddy and Vicky right from the start, they are best friends with a great chemistry between them. I think there wasn't a single thing I didn't like about this book. It is fast paced, funny, scorching hot and full of happy people in love. I am sure I'll be reading it again soon :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    LostForReal

    There are two ways to approach my feelings to this book: a/ it took me days, if not more than a week, to finish it (that btw usually means it was not great but not bad enough to delete or I was too curious to let go) or b/ I chopped my reading time of this book into way too many parts and I still liked it every time I opened it (but I read it in... unsuitable environment which is my fault) So now I am not entirely sure whether this book is so great it survived terrible odds it was put up against or There are two ways to approach my feelings to this book: a/ it took me days, if not more than a week, to finish it (that btw usually means it was not great but not bad enough to delete or I was too curious to let go) or b/ I chopped my reading time of this book into way too many parts and I still liked it every time I opened it (but I read it in... unsuitable environment which is my fault) So now I am not entirely sure whether this book is so great it survived terrible odds it was put up against or if it was just not as interesting and that's why finishing it was never a priority as I make it with almost every book I start. I actually discovered this author through another series. That I didn't actually read. I just have it on my kindle. Because it sounded interesting and the covers are nice but it's a pentalogy so I was waiting for more books to come out. Means I can't even decide based on my prior reading experience. So... this is my confused but "I am pretty sure it's good" recommendation.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Friends to Lovers Hockey MM 3 stars! Here we finally have Patrick and Vickey's romance! This story is set in the off season so limited hockey. I felt like the build up was slow. These 2 were in a fairly unchanging friends with benefits situation for around 70% of the book. I felt like that could have been shaved down or more action added to keep us interested. I really appreciated Patty's innocence. I liked that he was just a good boy. I didn't feel like the awakening was explored enough for my Friends to Lovers Hockey MM 3 stars! Here we finally have Patrick and Vickey's romance! This story is set in the off season so limited hockey. I felt like the build up was slow. These 2 were in a fairly unchanging friends with benefits situation for around 70% of the book. I felt like that could have been shaved down or more action added to keep us interested. I really appreciated Patty's innocence. I liked that he was just a good boy. I didn't feel like the awakening was explored enough for my tastes. I thought we might get more info on Vicky but that was limited too! Overall, a solid romance to add to this series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kk

    4.5 Stars Baby !!! Huh...Well getting passed the first chptr, you would think that Patrick was all about riding Vicky and seeing to his Bi side. Yet, as the book progressed Patrick came off as straddling the line to stay straight. I guess if the pot smoking had been left out, it wouldn't have been so easy for Vicky to discount the sex and what he felt. Not sure I like the subliminal that drugs be used as a crutch for uncomfortable feelings. All in all, its a great book and so much better than the 4.5 Stars Baby !!! Huh...Well getting passed the first chptr, you would think that Patrick was all about  riding Vicky and seeing to his Bi side. Yet, as the book progressed Patrick came off as straddling the line to stay straight. I guess if the pot smoking had been left out, it wouldn't have been so easy for Vicky to discount the sex and what he felt. Not sure I like the subliminal that drugs be used as a crutch for uncomfortable feelings. All in all, its a great book and so much better than the last. Definitely needed the list of characters as there are 4 novels & 2 novellas so far. Im hoping the next book isnt about Natalie and this was AEWs segue into F/F.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Annie Elm

    4.5 Stars This is one of my favourite hockey series and I love the previous couples. So good to see how far Bryce and Dakota has come, to see the big Russian Sergei and his sassy figure skater Alex and of course my favourite couple Liam and Joey. And now there's Paddy and Vicky, teammates and best friends who after Patrick discovers that's he's curious starts a friends with benefits relationship. And just as oblivious as Patrick is to the amount of flirting he's doing with James (Vicky) just as 4.5 Stars This is one of my favourite hockey series and I love the previous couples. So good to see how far Bryce and Dakota has come, to see the big Russian Sergei and his sassy figure skater Alex and of course my favourite couple Liam and Joey. And now there's Paddy and Vicky, teammates and best friends who after Patrick discovers that's he's curious starts a friends with benefits relationship. And just as oblivious as Patrick is to the amount of flirting he's doing with James (Vicky) just as oblivious are the both of them about the feelings between them. A great friends to lovers book starring two hot hockey players and the families that comes with

  20. 4 out of 5

    Robazizo

    I hadn't expected another book in this series, so this was a nice surprise! And I think it's my favourite of them all. Paddy, Vicky and their romance were adorable. Paddy reminded me of a happy puppy and my heart went out to Vicky several times. I loved the inclusion of the O'Reilly and Luciano gang throughout and the fact that Vicky got to experience love and family on a grand scale. Bonus points for the lovely weddings of Bryce and Dakota and Nanna Brigit and Nonno Lollo!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi

    Boys of Summer, Hot Off The Ice book five by A. E. Wasp. Love this book! Love this series! Love this author! This book was fantastic! I love Vicky and Paddy! But I really can’t pick a favorite in this series. I love them all! I love reading about the O’Reilly and Luciano family. What a group. I don’t know if there will be any more books in this series but if there are I will be reading them.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pjm12

    It all felt fast and furious, and they seemed so young (ah to be that young and fearless again). I have read all the other books, and I still got all the boys mixed up. But I loved the weddings and the road trip, and these silly boys' attempts to convince themselves (coz they weren't convincing us or the other characters) that this is all just fun. But it is also fun. Will there be more? Hope so.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Snorf

    So fucking cute. I loved this one. I think it spent too much time on the side characters, but aside from that just....I melted. These dumb idiots didn't realize they were dating for, like, 3 months before they came to their senses. Just ... I love them. They're morons and I love them.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nat ReadingAllNite

    Squishy feels Amy Wasp is one of a very few favorite writers of hockey romance, avoiding tired cliches with refreshing storylines. The families are marvelous and hella funny. A joy to read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Angel

    This book (and the whole series, really) was so good. I loved these characters... best friends that fell for each other without realizing it. They were perfect for each other and had amazing chemistry. Definitely recommended!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Raven

    This series just keeps getting better. The fun banter and chemistry is perfect. All the boys make up a great book family you just want to belong too. All the emotions were hit with this one. I strongly recommend!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    I love this series! Vicky and Paddy's story was funny, sweet, and sometimes sad. I loved their journey. One of my favorite things is visiting with the two families and all the couples from the previous books. Please tell me there will be more books in the series!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    I loved everything about this book from beginning to end - sweet, funny and sexy with welcome cameos by characters from the other books in the series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Simera

    Such a sweet friends to lovers story. Vicky and Patrick are teammates and on a summer cross country road trip discover that they are just more than friends. This is a overall warm cozy read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Denae

    If the puck coming at the goalie is going thirty mph they are playing a seriously weak shooter. Current record is 108.8 mph by Chara. Also the pacing was poor and I got bored.

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