Making a Play by Victoria Denault
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
NHL star Luc Richard’s career is in jeopardy due to negative media attention he receives from his relationship with his supermodel ex-girlfriend. He heads to Silver Bay, Maine, in the off-season in hopes to stay out of the tabloids. He reconnects with his childhood friend, Rose Caplan, and notices she is no longer the shy little girl he used to know. She has become the type of woman you want to keep forever.
Victoria Denault wrote another fantastic book in the Hometown Players Series! She created a moving and believable story that touched my heart.
Denault’s character development is exceptional. I love Luc and Rose. They have such wonderful chemistry. I appreciate that they started out as friends when they were kids. They were there for each other, neither of them having parental support. I enjoyed that they were one of those couples that everyone around them knew they were destined to be together but them. They are convincing characters, having grown dramatically.
The plot is very believable. The NHL is definitely on their players to behave. They do not like negative publicity. Unfortunately, for Luc it is not always his fault. I like how the situation is resolved and what he does to work on his image.
Making a Play by Victoria Denault is a great book for anyone that enjoys contemporary sports romances.
Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Expected publication: September 8th 2015 by Forever Yours
edition language: English
series: Hometown Players #2
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