Review: Falling for the Backup (Assassins #3.5) By Toni Aleo

Posted on Sunday, July 7, 2013 9:29 PM
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Falling for the Backup  (Assassins #3.5)

By Toni Aleo

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


"I think I need to give you a hockeymacation.”

“Hockeymacation?”

“Yes, I am going to school you in the art of hockey"

“What! Seriously?”

“Yes, you need to be educated.”


An enjoyable short novella!

Aynslee is having a horrible week! That is, until she meets Jordan.

After injuring his left knee, Jordan is replaced by Tate Odder. Now a backup goalie, Jordan is looking for a team to take him as the starting goalie. But he never thought that his plans would be interrupted by a tempting teacher…

Their first encounter isn’t exactly ideal as Jordan spills coffee on Aynslee but when he starts apologizing she opens a dialogue (which is very amusing).Despite parting ways, they meet once again and their attraction is inevitable...

I really liked this novella! It was short but had everything a book has. I can’t say that I didn’t see the end coming but there were times that I was very unsure of it! And, yes, you guessed right! It has a HEA...

In this novella, there were some scenes with Piper were we learned that she's pregnant and that got me looking forward for Blue Lines! Can't wait...

So, as we wait for Blue Lines, go pick this up...

Synopsis:


After serving as a dutiful bridesmaid in the wedding from hell, Aynslee Shaw just wants to slink home to Nashville and forget the whole trip. That is, until the hottest guy she’s ever seen is seated next to her on the flight and dazzles her with his easy laugh and killer smile. But just when she thinks things are getting good, he vanishes, leaving Aynslee wondering, was that guy the one? And did she just let him slip through her fingers?

Former superstar goalie Jordan Ryan is back on the ice—finally. After a crippling knee injury that had him wondering if he’d ever play pro hockey again, he’s got his full attention on rebuilding his career. So a pretty—okay, beautiful—girl on a plane shouldn’t be a distraction. But Jordan is very, very distracted. And when Aynslee crosses his path again, he’s not sure any job in the world is worth missing his second chance with a woman like her.

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from the Loveswept title Empty Net.
Sofia T.
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