Ever meant to text your ex, but accidentally messaged a stranger instead? I did, and that mistake started a friendship that became important to me as I navigated a move and a new job with the St. Louis Mavericks. I’m crushing life as a strong, single woman until I discover the truth. That stranger I’m crushing on? He’s actually not a stranger at all.
Giving a fake name to the woman who accidentally texted me seemed like a good idea at the time. As a pro hockey player, my real name tends to draw out puck bunnies and fame seekers. But when the woman who thinks I’m “Rob” starts working for the Mavericks, I find myself in a jam. How do I tell her the man she thinks she’s falling for is actually the somewhat arrogant (though charming) hockey player she can’t stand?
This is the third book in the St. Louis Mavericks series and I’m just loving it! It’s been a blast reading this series, and this book is no exception. You’ve got accidental texting, friendships, lots of humor, all the feels, and love. What can beat that?! Not to mention a team that’s family. You have to read it
What are the chances?
Great story. Sariah mistakenly texts “Rob” and he answers. A nice friendship develops even though they’ve never met—at least not yet. When Sariah goes to work as a salesperson for the Mavericks and meets Nash, she thinks he’s too over the top. But Naah (aka Rob) recognizes her. Fun story between a too hot for words hockey player and a beautiful and successful sales person. They become friends but Rob just might ruin it for them. Loved the characters. Great story and fun addition to the series. We also meet a couple of characters from other stories in the series but this does work as a standalone.
Nash and sariah
This was such an awesome story. I am really loving this series so much. It features two online people, Nash and Sariah, who end up texting buddies and one figures out who the other is and then there is this big secret between them when they meet in real life. It was such a fun story and its a new favorite of mine in this series.
This is book 3 in the series and it also easily stands alone. Nash is a pro hockey player and when he gets drunk texted by Sariah who is trying to text her ex, they become text buddies, but Nash gives her a fake name, However when Sariah gets a job working for the hockey team Nash plays well thats when the fun really begins as Nash is totally not her type.
In the midst of this story, Nash has some personal issues relating to his parents and especially his dad. This is a story about secrets and the harm they can do. I loved how Nash started to see the parallels between himself and Sariah and his family relationships. It really gave this story a lot of depth.
This was a fun, light read and it was so much fun I only hated that it ended. Nash and Sariah were an awesome couple and I absolutely adored both of them.
I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.