Title: Bad Reputation
Chase: With a nickname like “Sin,” it’s no wonder they call me the bad boy of hockey. Opponents curse me. Fans scream my name—in the arena and in other, much more private places. Penalties or not, I’m not afraid to dish out a little pain. But pleasure? That’s my weakness. And no one knows it better than my best friend, Cassie Desrosiers. I’d have to be blind not to notice her rocking body and teasing grin. So when she invites me along on a trip to Vegas, my curiosity isn’t the only thing that’s aroused.
Cassie: Chase Barrett is a world-class A-hole. As his best friend, I’m allowed to call him on his BS. Who else is going to do it? Certainly not the puck bunnies swooning at every flex of his biceps. Everyone knows that Chase is the love-’em-and-leave-’em type. There’s no such thing as commitment for the king of casual hookups. So why should I care? Maybe because all work and no play makes me a sexually frustrated girl. It’s time to put the hockey stud at my beck and call to good use . . . but after a week in Vegas with Chase, I might never want to go back to the real world.
Author: Nicole Edwards
Series: Bad Boys of Sports
Published by LoveSwept Source: Publisher
Published: October 3rd 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Have you read the blurb? You know knew what’s gonna happen, right? I mean…professional hockey player, female best friends…it’s but rocket science. We know what’s gonna gotten, right? Yep. You probably do. But I’ll be the first to admit that I was pretty entertained by the story. I mean, you didn’t like a HEA?
Chase is sinful. Ok. Ok. His nickname is Sin. Mainly because he spends so much time in the penalty box, but his looks and player reputation don’t exactly help his cause. Especially considering he’s been best friends with Cassie since college, out in that forever friend zone. But it’s been years and their relationship has grown. So much so that he spends more time with Cassie than anyone else. And he’s afraid someone gonna finally notice.
Cassie is a VP for a huge computer software company (or something like that). Her company is on the verge of launching a new line of geeky stuff and she’s completely stressed out. Not just because of work. Her “clock of ticking”, her Mom is being, Mom, and she’s starting to look at Chase differently. Great timing, right? Throw in a trip to Vegas, and its on!
Like I said before, we know what’s gonna happen in the end. But it’s the process of getting there that was a cool ride. I enjoyed meeting the support characters. I’m wondering where the series is going even though I’m pretty sure I can guess who’s story is next. All in all? This was solid enough that if totally pick up the next book.