Wednesday, August 19, 2020

#ARCREVIEW: Out on The Ice By Kelly Farmer

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Out On The Ice By Kelly Farmer
Publisher: Carina Adores
Release Date: August 24th, 2020
Format: egalley*
My Rating: 
GoodReads★ Amazon 

Don’t miss this tender and funny contemporary romance from debut author Kelly Farmer.

Caro Cassidy used to be a legend.

During her career, Caro was one of the best defense players in women’s hockey. These days, she keeps to herself. Her all-girls hockey camp is her life, and she hopes it’ll be her legacy. Sure, her new summer hire is charming and magnetic, but Caro keeps her work and personal life strictly separate.

Amy Schwarzbach lives life out loud.

Amy’s as bright and cheerful as her lavender hair, and she uses her high-profile position in women’s hockey to advocate for the things she believes in. Ten weeks in Chicago coaching a girls’ training camp is the perfect opportunity to mentor the next generation before she goes back to Boston.

Letting love in means putting yourself out there.

When the reticent head coach offers to help Amy get in shape for next season, her starstruck crush on Caro quickly blossoms into real chemistry. As summer comes to an end, neither of them can quite let go of this fling—but Amy can’t afford a distraction, and Caro can’t risk her relationship becoming public and jeopardizing the one thing that’s really hers.

I love women's hockey so when I saw this F/F hockey romance I thought it was perfect for me. But honestly? This book was really boring. Plus it's in third person which I hate. So I just don't think this was the right book for me.