Title: Falling For Flynn
Series: Hockey On Tap, #1
Author: Kate Willoughby
Release Date: October 19, 2016
Tracy Duval has spent her life proving women can play hockey. From leading her college team to coaching little girls, she’s been a champion of the sport. But when a sexist ad for the Barracuda Fantasy Hockey Camp seems to exclude women, she signs up to teach the boys a lesson.
Retired NHL player Flynn Hammerstrom meets Tracy at the local ice rink and is immediately intrigued. She’s mature, confident, sexy—and hello, she plays hockey. He’s ready to settle down again and, after his tumultuous marriage, he’s looking for a woman who is high on fun and low on drama.
Unfortunately, even though he’s nuts about her, the drama he desperately wants to avoid flares up at the fantasy camp.
And Tracy is smack dab in the middle of the fire.
I love Kate Willoughby’s hockey romance series In the Zone, so I was pretty excited to see that she had a new spin-off series for me to sink my teeth into.
The first thing that I liked about this book is that the characters are more mature. In their 40’s. How awesome is that?! It’s nice to read about characters that are closer to my age.
The next thing I liked about it is that Tracy is a hockey player. It’s good to see females playing the game. In the book she stands up for women everywhere who love to play hockey. Aaaaand she also coaches a little girls’ team. I think it’s safe to say that I really liked Tracy.
Now what can I say about Flynn? He’s a retired hockey player. The chemistry between Flynn and Tracy is instant. He apparently had IT back in the day and he’s still got IT. I instantly also liked Flynn. He’s sexy and sweet.
This was a quick read as it is a novella. There was just enough heat and drama to satisfy any reader. I gave Falling For Flynn four steamy lattes. The only reason it didn’t get five is because it is a novella. I would’ve liked more. Please note that that isn’t a complaint, it’s just my preference. I’m am definitely looking forward to more in this series.
Note: I received this ARC from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.