Friday, 29 September 2017
REVIEW - Puck Me Baby (Bad Motherpuckers #4) by Lili Valente
Release Date: 30 November 2017
"You're going to be a daddy."
Looking up into Alexi Petrov’s dark eyes as I break the news, I’m scared out of my mind. This man is the most terrifying defender in the NHL, and if it weren't for my sporty new baby bump, I probably wouldn't believe we hooked up that night. (Yes, I’ve sworn off margaritas for life.)
But the Alexi who goes to my doctor appointments, moves me into his guesthouse, and cooks so many gourmet meals I look like I'm carrying twins? He isn’t scary at all.
He’s sweet. And intense. And so sexy I want to smear him with honey and lick it off every inch of his powerful, protective, oh-so-swoony-worthy body.
But that’s not a part of our relationship anymore. We’re friends who intend to raise a child together. That’s all…
There’s no way I can be just friends with Amanda Esposito.
She’s everything I want in a woman—strong, sexy, compassionate, a little bit wild—with curves for miles and a smile she smiles just for me.
I don’t know if I’ve got what it takes to be that guy—the one with his heart on his sleeve—but for this woman, I’ll try.
Amanda and our baby are my future, my family, and I’m prepared to cross check anyone or anything that stands in my way. Even if that someone is the tough guy in the mirror...
My Review 5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This is the fourth book in the series although it could possibly be read as a stand alone story.
Its book like these that could get me into sports as we don't have anything major where i live, so i have to live through books. This is a book that hooks you in, gives you enough of the sport for you to feel a part of it, but also makes you take in each character as a friend and you can't help but want them to get what they deserve, a happy ending.
Both Alexi and Amanda have been hurt in the past and both are hesitant to let go and move forward, but eventually it is Alexi that has the most important lesson to learn.
I loved these characters and really hope that this series continues.