Author: Sawyer Bennett
Rating: 4 stars
Where I got it: Public Library
I’m having the time of my life with my new brothers on the Arizona Vengeance. We may be an expansion team, but after notching some big wins, the entire league knows to watch out for Erik Dahlbeck. That’s me.
The only person who doesn’t seem to think I’m so great? Blue Gardner, the hot-as-f*** flight attendant on our team plane. I sure wouldn’t mind joining the mile-high club with her, but besides bringing me lukewarm coffee, she won’t give me the time of day. Whatever I did to rub Blue the wrong way, my teammates think it’s hilarious. After all, we’re used to women flocking to us. #puckbunnies
When I run into Blue back on land, I’m shocked to learn how she spends her time off: taking care of her handicapped brother. There are layers to this girl I never imagined, layers I can’t wait to peel away. And that’s a new feeling for me.
But first I’ve got to find a way to melt that ice-cold stare. Because as much as I try to pretend I don’t care what Blue thinks of me, how can you not care when you’re falling for someone?
I LOVE hockey romances. Book two in Sawyer Bennett’s new Arizona Vengeance series picks up right where book one ends off.
Erik Dahlbeck is a defender on the Vengeance. He has a crush on Blue Gardner, one of the team flight attendants (on the team private plane), but Blue won’t give him the time of day. Once he finds out why, he’s pretty bummed, but it has a good, positive influence on Erik.
Blue is taking care of a handicapped brother. He’s all she has and she feels very protective of him. Her brother, Billy, lives in a home, but she goes to visit him all the time. Once Blue finally forgives Erik and they form a friendship, part of that is Billy, and I have to say, Erik is great with him. I loved this aspect of the story.
I love the Vengeance guys. There is a lot of build up to Legend’s story, which is next and it’s going to be good!!!
Overall, this was a good story and I would recommend.