Friday, August 25, 2017

In The Crease {Book Review}

Title: In The Crease
Series: The Assassins Series
Author: Toni Aleo
Genre: Sports Romance

Book Description:

Jensen Monroe is a unicorn. As handsome as any model, as polite as can be, a goalie of unmatched skill, and the best friend anyone could ask for. But he longs for a particular special someone to make his life complete. He’s been in love with Wren since he was a teenager, but as his best friend’s sister, she’s always been off-limits.

Wren Lemiere has prided herself on being a love ’em and leave ’em girl her whole life. She’s all about equal opportunity in the battle of the sexes. Why should guys like her brother and his best friends get to be the only ones allowed to play the dating game? One wrong move, however, and she finds herself in violation of her own rules.

In need of a fake husband and baby daddy for her unexpected bundle of joy, Wren finally accepts Jensen is the logical one to ask for help. Except he has a counteroffer…one with so many strings attached, they may just find themselves wrapped up in ties that bind. Forever.

My Review:

So I won't go into how much of a fan I am of Mrs. Aleo's in this review this time. Or how this is one of my favorite go to series. And that I've been with this series ever since the beginning. Way before the first book was even published. Yeah I won't go into that in this review. But I will say that truly the Assassins is one of my favorite Hockey series, and is really only one of the two hockey series I'll read. 

Hmmm I'll start with Wren..... Honestly Wren drove me nuts half the book. I wasn't sure if she was being selfish or being a bit(h. Though I understood why she was the way she was. I will say this though I definitely started liking her more when she started opening up to Jenson. 

Oh Jenson.... Jenson.... Jenson..... I loved Jenson. He was sweet, kind, caring, and all around swoon worthy. Though at times I wanted to smack him for what he put up with, with Wren. 

I did find this book enjoyable. Though at times it moved a bit too slowly for me. And there were a few times where it was a bit repetitive at times. But other than that I did really like it. Of course I loved seeing Vaughn and Bree. And of course seeing more of Wells. 

I'm giving this book 4 Stars out of 5!!!!

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from Ardent Prose PR for my honest review. The opinions in this post are 100% of Busy Bumble Bee Book Reviews and may differ from others. 

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