Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny
Confession #1: I used to be a puck bunny, but after a hockey player broke my heart, I gave up all things hockey. Now I'm just focused on finding a way to pass my math class so I can graduate college.
Confession #2: Ryder "Ox" Maddox's deep, sexy voice sends fuzzy tingles through my entire body, and I'm powerless to stop it. Which is a big problem since the hot, surprisingly funny hockey player is my new math tutor.
Confession #3: I can't stop thinking about how ripped Ryder is from all his hockey training, and how fun it'd be to cross lines with him.
Confession #4: I kissed a hockey player and I liked it.
Confession #5: If I'm not careful, I might relapse and fall for Ryder, and then I'll be totally pucked.
Each book in the Taking Shots series is STANDALONE:
* Getting Lucky Number Seven
* Anatomy of a Player
* Crazy Pucking Love
* Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny
Didn’t think I’d like it, but did!
Surprising point of view, good plot twists. Would definitely recommend, steam level 2/5
Love on the ice!
I really enjoyed this read. Lindsay is a senior in college and was all about cozying up to the hockey players earlier in her college career, until she made the mistake of falling for one of them and he broke her heart. Now she stays far, far away from that crowd. When Ryder meets Lindsay, he is drawn to her, but she wants nothing to do with him. When he ends up getting her attention by tutoring her in math, he is hoping he can move out of the friend zone.
Ryder and Lindsay were easy characters to like. I found myself rooting for Ryder and hoping that Lindsay would give him a chance. I loved the hockey boys and the close friends that Ryder had. I loved how the girls instantly took Lindsay into the fold. It was a great group of friends that made the book so enjoyable. What I loved most though is that in a way Ryder and Lindsay both saved each other. Ryder found out there is more to life than hockey and Lindsay found out that she really didn't want to be alone and it was OK to let people into her life. This was a good read.
Truly enjoyed it.