Game Misconduct: A Baltimore Banners Hockey Romance by Lisa B. Kamps
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Lisa B. Kamps is in the zone with GAME MISCONDUCT, the eleventh book in The Baltimore Banners series. Goalie, Corbin Gauthier, is traded back to the Baltimore Banners after eight years. He left behind the woman of his dreams that was off-limits to him, his teammate's niece, Lori Evans. Now he’s back and Lori’s uncle, Ian Donovan, is his new coach. He wants to keep his distance from Lori, but she has other plans. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences.
I really enjoyed with GAME MISCONDUCT. I like that the book started out with a prologue from eight years prior. It gave the reader a good sense of how the characters changed over that time. I like Corbin. He is a good guy, who does selfless things. He plans on staying away from Lori. This task is made a bit more difficult since she now works for the Banners as a digital media specialist.
The plot was skillfully executed with surprises and twists. I liked the scene on the farm with cow giving birth. I also appreciated the camaraderie of the Banners. There is an interesting scandal that occurs in the novel. It shows the true integrity of the main characters. I love the ending. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published June 27th 2018 by BimHaven Press
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