Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Must Love Dogs and Hockey ~ Kelly Jamieson ~ New Release and Review

Must Love Dogs...And Hockey by Kelly Jamieson is now live!
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Can an idealistic dog lover teach a jaded hockey player new tricks? 
 “Kelly Jamieson is an auto-buy for me.”—Carly Phillips Lilly: My life is like the love child of a train wreck and a dumpster fire right now. I’ve been canned, my professional reputation is shredded, and now I’m walking dogs to make ends meet. But I still believe everything will work out. Somehow. Then a dog at the park attacks my friend’s dog. At first, I’m ready to give the owner hell—but it turns out he’s in desperate need of doggie daycare. I figure, why not? I love dogs and I need the cash. Too bad his cocky bad boy attitude annoys me. He’s too damn cute for his own good. And I’m not talking about the dog. Easton: My coach is riding my ass and I’m not handling it well. When I’m saddled with an abandoned pooch, my teammate thinks a dog will keep my temper in check. I think I have enough problems already. But when my new dog gets into a tussle that leads me to meet a smoking hot chick who knows how to handle the rascal, I start to think pet ownership isn’t all bad. At least it gives me an excuse to see Lilly again. . . . Neither of us are interested in a relationship. First they steal your bed, then they steal your heart. And I’m not talking about the dog.
About Kelly Jamieson Kelly Jamieson is a USA Today bestselling author of over 40 romance novels and novellas. Her writing has been described as “emotionally complex”, “sweet and satisfying” and “blisteringly sexy”. She likes black coffee, white wine and high heels…and of course cheering on her Winnipeg Jets during hockey season!
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Elizabeth's Review

My rating: 4 of 5 stars - Would Recommend to a Friend

Review Copy Provided by Publisher via Net Galley

Kelly Jamieson brings us a brand new hockey series and team with Must Love Dogs.... and Hockey.

We meet Easton, his Bears teammates, Lilly, and the dogs that bring them together. Both of the main characters have issues that they are struggling with, but the overall message of the story is uplifting with a dash of spice and puppy provided humor. I genuinely liked both characters and appreciated the emotional journey that they, especially Easton, took to decide if they could try for a happily ever after.

Ms Jamieson did an excellent job of layering several important social issues into the story as well. The messages came through in a way that was organic to the story, the characters, and their journeys. I am very curious to see what happens next for the Bears players and am hopeful that Easton and Lilly may have cameos in those stories.

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