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The hotshot new hockey player, the veteran team captain, and the woman they fall for when she becomes the new team mascot in a fake marriage hockey rom com!
When my ex trades me out for a better model—my boss—I don’t take getting screwed over lying down.
Instead, I get a glow up, not only landing a new job with the hockey team but also scoring the city’s hot new hockey player as my plus one to my ex’s wedding. Then, the sexy team captain starts flirting with me, too.
But one night after a win, I accidentally marry that intense new guy after the captain dares us to say I do. One dare leads to another, and I’m experiencing double the pleasure as I say puck yes to both players sharing me on my wedding night.
In the morning, when hubby and I are on our way to get an annulment, the team owner spots our rings and invites the new it couple to attend her upcoming charity golf tournament.
Looks like I have to fake it as Mrs. Hockey for the hockey season and the wedding season. There’s only one problem.
We’re not just a couple. Both guys want more of me.
And pretty soon I’ve got a bigger problem – I’m falling for my fake husband and my secret boyfriend at the same time.
Puck Yes is a standalone hockey, fake marriage, neighbors-to-lovers, spicy workplace MFM romance with a guaranteed why-choose style HEA! No swords cross. This story is perfect for fans of Lily Gold, Emily Rath and Lauren Blakely’s Double Pucked!
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Lauren Blakely scores with another MFM hockey romance winner in Puck Yes, the second book in her My Hockey Romance series. Blakely’s writing is addictive, amusing and amorous in these kinds of stories. As a long-time reader, I believe that these kinds of character-driven romances are made for Lauren’s special style of storytelling. Set against the high-adrenaline backdrop of professional hockey, Blakely takes her readers on an unputdownable journey of passion on and office the ice as these characters skate off into a complex relationship.
I listened to the audiobook, and the chemistry between Teddy Hamilton, Jacob Morgan and Samantha Brentmoor was effortlessly natural and wildly entertaining. They delivered phenomenal independent and collective performances, breathing life into the characters through my Air Pods.
The chemistry between Ivy, Stefan and Hayes was so smoking hot, it’s a miracle the ice they made their living on didn’t melt. This throuple was as in-sync with each other as the first line of championship team, but what really did it for me was how obsessed the heroes were with the heroine—I loved that for her. Their chemistry wasn’t just sexual, though. Their witty and sharp dialogue was the perfect foundation for to the snappy banter between these characters, and a genuine connection between all of them was evident in all aspects of their relationship.
Puck Yes by Lauren Blakely was a scorching-hot and heartwarming tale that had me cheering for the throuple from start to finish. The evolution of this trio’s unconventional relationship from friends with benefits to something more meaningful is expertly paced, making the emotional payoff incredibly satisfying. The workplace hockey backdrop adds an exciting and unique twist to the story, and the undeniable chemistry between the characters is absolutely scorching. Blakely’s addictive storytelling shines through as she wove this loving, lustful tale about the importance of taking chances. A passionate, clever and heartfelt sports romance with a twist, Blakely’s second MFM romance is as satisfying as the game-winning goal in the last game of the Stanley Cup finals. Five smooches from me for Puck Yes by Lauren Blakely!
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