Empty Net By Toni Aleo

Posted on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 5:59 PM
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Empty Net  (Assassins #3)

By Toni Aleo

My rating: 3 of 5 stars






What can I say???

There were times that I really liked this book but there were other times that I couldn't take it anymore!So much drama...

I start with Tate because I adored him!Despite being young he is everything a woman can ever want.Sexy as hell,loyal and dedicated,funny but smart,young yet he his fully aware how hard and unfair life can be.I was totally impressed by him at some point and several long scenes.I also liked the fact that he didn't play hard to get.Really hate that type of men.

As long as Audrey is concerned I think that she was such a drama queen.Behaving childish and unable to stick to a decision.I think that she was so weak.Okay,I get it she had a problem so what???There are so many things that can be done nowadays for her situation that it shouldn't be considered a problem anymore.

Overall,I liked that I liked Trying to Score more than Empty Net but I have to admit that it was a nice book with many twists.I can't wait to read the next book in the series Blue Lines,which will be Piper and Eric's book(who I don't like much,you will understand if you read the book).I surely recommend the book to anyone who has previously read Taking Shots and Trying to Score.

Blurb:

Audrey Parker was in a horrible place.
She hated her job, her sister was getting married and moving out, but worst of all, she was in love with a total jerk. No matter what she did, every guy she met hurt her. All she wanted was her happily ever after. Her Prince Charming. Her Lucas Brooks! She didn’t know how to change her life but she knew she needed too.
Feeling like she was about to hit rock bottom, Audrey wakes up next to Tate Odder.

Tate Odder had lost everything.
After being brought up from the Assassins’ farm team, the Florida Rays to the Nashville Assassins, Tate hopes he’ll forget everything he has lost. He doesn’t. Each day gets harder to live in a place he doesn’t know. Even being the first rookie goalie to shut out an opposing team three times during the Lord Stanley Cup Finals, he still felt empty. With the loss of his parents and sister still heavy on his heart, Tate isn’t sure how to live like everything is okay.

But when he wakes up beside Audrey Parker, things start to change. She turns his life upside down with her kooky sense of humor and her bright clothing. She is intelligent and beautiful, and for once, he doesn’t feel empty.
Will Audrey be the person to fill the holes in Tate’s heart, making him whole again?
Or will another player ruin everything, leaving him feeling forever like an empty net?
Sofia T.
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