Genres: Contemporary Romance
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couldn’t get any sweeter until one fateful day when one puck over the glass set everything in motion. Fans of sports romance will find themselves cheering as Sav and Hammy
navigate their new life together. The fourth book in the highly adored 425 Madison series is now live! Read TWO FOR HOLDING by Kay Gordon today.
I didn’t think I was missing anything. I had my son, a great career, and a home that I’d made for both of us. One puck over the glass at a hockey game made me realize I wanted more.
The thing is, I don’t know if I’m strong enough to keep him.
My home was on the ice, with a stick in my hand and a puck on my tape. It took one little boy with a toothless smile and his spitfire mother to change all that.
Now I just have to convince her that we can handle it all together.
Melding three lives into one isn’t as easy as it seems, especially with the traveling, the media, and the insecurities. Savannah and Porter have to decide whether to use the breakaway
*Each story is completely standalone.
Sweet, hot guy? Check
The perfect level of angst? Check
Easy to read writing? CheckI found this to be an incredibly fast, fun read. It was the perfect fun, light book with a HEA just when I needed. Porter was just the perfect level of sweet, kind, motivated, and hot. In other words, the ideal unicorn. And he single-mindedly pursued Savannah, while including her son Logan. There wasn’t any over-the-top drama and all of the intimacy seemed in sync with their characters. I wish I could have seen more backstory on Savannah from when she first found out she was pregnant with Logan, but not having that wasn’t detrimental to the story.I’ll give it four stars because I can easily assign the term page-turner (read it just a few hours), the characters were engaging, and the story flow was spot on. It’s a good summer or lazy weekend read. You’ll have a smile on your face when you get to the last page – a pretty great way to end a book.
a fake relationship and even an ugly duckling or two. Don’t forget a brother’s best friend and falling for your soul mate. Maybe a little love triangle as well. Each tale offers you something new, something different. After all, 425