Interference by Sophia Henry
My rating: 4 1/2 of 5 Stars
Sophia Henry scores a hat trick with the third book in the Pilots Hockey Series, Interference. Linden (Indie) Meadows, finds her little brother’s new hockey coach, Jason Taylor, not only irritating but attractive. The two have some heated confrontations. Then Jason gains respect for Linden for raising her three-year-old son on her own, unlike his mother who gave him up for adoption. This contemporary sports romance takes place in Bridgeland, Michigan and Detroit. It is suitable for new adult/adult audiences.
Sophia Henry does a great job with both her plot and character development. The characters’ deal with many emotional issues and grow throughout the novel. I love how the story shows two different viewpoints of a similar situation: Linden keeping and raising her son as a single mom, and Jason, who was given up for adoption, it made some interesting dynamics and situations.
I like how the characters are interrelated. Jason is the biological brother of Auden Berezin from book one, Delayed Penalty. He is also the adopted brother of Landon Taylor from book two, Power Play. Plus, there are a whole bunch of other character connections that make the story interesting.
I love the banter of the Tayler family. They are a wonderful family that I would want to be friends with in real life. I appreciated that Auden and Landon were in this story. I love Indie’s son Holden. He is a cutie. His dad, Tim, is a jerk.
There were a number of interesting twists in the story. The plot was heartfelt and believable. I enjoy Sophia Henry’s writing style and look forward to her next book.
Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
ebook, 216 pages
Expected publication: June 7th 2016 by Flirt
ISBN 1101968524 (ISBN13: 9781101968529)
Series: Pilots Hockey #3
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