She’s a figure skater. He’s a hockey player. Things are about to heat up on the ice.
Rhett Rauthruss is single for the first time in six years. He’s fresh off a long-term, long-distance relationship and ready to make the most of what’s left of college.
Party with his boys, get to the Frozen Four with his team, and maybe play the field for a change.
Sienna Hale knows a thing or two about heartbreak. She’s a college athlete about to skate for the last time, and nothing is going to throw her off course. Not her worries about finding a job after college, not the whispers of last year’s accident on the ice, and not the cute hockey player who keeps asking her out.
They think they want different things, but when it heats up between them, there's no denying they have something in common--even if it's just for a night.
I have honestly loved EVERY SINGLE BOOK in the Campus Nights series. Each couple is so unique in their issues, but so real, and so good for each other. Rhett and Sienna are so stickin’ cute. Something I love about Jenshak’s books is that I can be laughing my butt off in one chapter, and then clutching my heart with all the emotions I’m feeling in the next. And I do have to say the beginning this book had me laughing pretty hard! I’ve been so curious about Rhett this whole time because we met him in the previous books. He’s in this weird long distance relationship that isn’t a great one and the guys don’t exactly support. From what little glimpses we get of him, I also got this impression of him being a very sweet and loyal guy, but really getting him to know him in this book was so much better! The first interactions he has with Sienna are hilariously awful. But the progression of them together had me very, very invested. Sienna was a very interesting character, because we get to see her later on in her growth where she has a great maturity and handle on her situation. Everything she’s dealt with, and is still currently dealing with health-wise, really made her fascinating. We don’t get to see her growth as much, but she still pulls you into the story. I also really enjoyed her friendship with Silas. What the friendship is built on and how they were there for each other in a way only they could was heartwarming.
It’s also really awesome to see the couples from the last two books! I think what I love the most about series that have standalone books is that you get the complete story in one book, but you get to revisit the characters throughout the other books. It makes me feel like there’s this group of people that you’re really invested in and you really want to see them get their happy ever afters! And not only do you get to see them get their happy ever after, you then get to see them living their happy ever after while their friends are on their own personal journey. Not only are the couple stories amazing, but also how the whole friend group is supportive of each other. They all experience major ups and downs, but their friends have their backs. The thing about Rebecca‘s books is that while she can definitely have you laughing your butt off, she also covers the real issues that people deal with on differing levels. Sometimes those issues are super emotional and you need the help of your friends and family to get through it. The characters in this one are just so great! I appreciate all of the side characters in different ways, and I’m definitely looking forward to learning more about Maverick and Dakota as the series continues!
Finding Love on the Ice
Sienna is a figure skater on the college team, she’s smart, beautiful, fiercely independent, shy at times, and has a heart condition. Rhett is on the hockey team, handsome, smart, awkward around ladies, and just got out of a six year, long distance relationship with his high school sweetheart. When Rhett literally runs into Sienna one day while at the ice arena on campus, Rhett is smitten and Sienna thinks he’s a player so she says no when he asks her out following the run in.
Since the hockey team won the regional championship, their season has been extended so they must share the ice with the figure skaters at morning practice. This gives Rhett time to study and admire Sienna and he becomes with her. They finally get to hangout and their relationship grows. They by no means have an easy time of it, Rhett is still getting multiple calls daily from his ex-girlfriend. Sienna still worries he’s a player or he’s on the rebound.
Once again, Ms. Jenshak has brought wonderful characters to life and boy, are they full of life. Many fun moments are had along with many emotions, angst, and drama. I loved the hockey team slumber party, playing sardines, and how Ginny, Reagan, and Dakota (and the guys too) give Sienna a warm welcome to the group.
I received a complimentary copy of this book and am voluntarily giving an honest review
Rhett and Sienna will steal your heart
I loved every second of this book. Rhett will steal your heart after you’re done laughing at his life getting back in the saddle being single.
Sienna is just perfect for Rhett in every way and I loved their journey even if it started out a little rough. And you can’t help but fall a little in love with her.