Making an Impact by Michele Shriver
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Michele Shriver’s MAKING AN IMPACT is a fun addition to the Men of the Ice Series. Executive director of the San Antonio Generals Charity Foundation, Charlene Simmons, is celebrating her fortieth birthday at a surprise party that was thrown for her. Celebrating is the last thing she wants to do, feeling a bit depressed about the occasion. Nothing that a one-night-stand with NHL center Casey Denault won’t cure, but one night will not be enough.
I like Charlene. She is working her dream job. She is successful. She should be happy, but she’s not. Casey is a good guy. He has the reputation of a playboy. He typically does not date women. I appreciate that age does not bother him. Like most hockey players, Casey is superstitious. I like that Char is lucky for him. They make a cute couple, with great chemistry.
I like that Jessica (book 5) was in this story. Seeing how she is Char’s best friend it is only appropriate. The two have a wonderful friendship.
I enjoyed the plot. It was realistic and entertaining. Being a Six Flags Season pass holder, I like that they go to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. The story gives a good example of the mistakes to make on social media. At 103-pages, the story is a quick read. I’m looking forward to Noah’s story in the next book BREAKING THE ICE.
Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Kindle Edition, 103 pages
Published September 20th 2016 by SMC Publishing
Edition Language: English
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