Wednesday, November 6, 2019

#ARCREVIEW: Trying to Score by Kendall Ryan (Hot Jocks #3)

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Trying to Score by Kendall Ryan (Hot Jocks #3)
Publisher: Kendall Ryan
Release Date: November 12th, 2019
Format: ebook*
My Rating: ★ 
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Teddy King excels at many things. Playing hockey. Check. Scoring on and off the ice. Check. Being stupidly attractive ... Double check.

I knew him way back when. Before he was the guy everyone wanted a piece of, he was just a rebellious college co-ed and one of my more energetic study partners.

But secrets have a way of getting out, and a steamy encounter from our college days (that we probably shouldn't have filmed) is about to cause a major scandal. Unless we can work together to stop it.

Teddy’s no stranger to hard work … but the thing he wants most?

Is me.

Note: This high-heat standalone is chock-full of scorching banter and steamy good times. He's a testosterone-dripping hockey player who wants a second chance. She's a tough as nails attorney intent on making partner. Loads of hot banter. No cliffhanger. Enjoy!

Your favorite hot jocks are back with an all new stand-alone novel. If you like sexy, confident men who know how to handle a stick (on and off the ice), and smart women who are strong enough to keep all those big egos in check, this series of athlete romances is perfect for you!
Trying to Score is the third book in Kendall Ryan's hockey romance series, Hot Jocks. I really liked the first one and loved the second one, that this book was a welcome addition. The book is about Teddy and Sara, who we met in the other books and have a little animosity with each other. In this book, we learn that they have a history and just like to tease each other.

The plot of this book was fun. They hooked up in college and made a sex tape, as one does, and now someone is holding it over Teddy's head. So they have to work together to make sure it doesn't effect other of their career's. 

I was expecting there to be more drama in this book. I'm not trying to give away spoilers, but based on the high-stakes of the plot I was anticipating a lot of things to go really bad in this book, but it felt like it was tied up a little too nicely. Maybe I just wanted this to be more dramatic or something. 

I did really love the chemistry between the two, and I just laughed as they "fake dated" because they were so dating for real, but didn't even know it. I was really glad these two got together, and I was glad that Sara called Teddy on his BS every once in awhile.

This was another fun addition to the series, and I can't wait for the next one!

*I received a review copy of this book from the author. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book.

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