Author: Sophia Henry

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Posted May 18, 2016 by Kate in Blog Tour, Book Blast, Sale / 0 Comments
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    POWER PLAY Pilots Hockey #2 Sophia Henry Released February 16th, 2016 Flirt   In Sophia Henry’s blistering follow-up to Delayed Penalty, hailed as “sexy, fun, and full of angst” by L. P. Dover, a good girl and a hockey hunk face off against expectations—and this match is guaranteed to see plenty of action.   Beneath her innocent facade, Gabriella Bertucci has her reasons to be standoffish with guys. Especially guys like Landon Taylor, a star defenseman on the minor-league Detroit Pilots and the object of a serious crush since he first walked into her family’s market. But when Landon comes through for her in a moment of crisis, Gaby starts to wonder if there might be more to Landon than hard muscles and fast skates. Landon isn’t afraid of telling Gaby that he’s got it for her bad. The problem is, she seems unwilling to believe it. And though Landon enjoys his reputation as a cool-headed athlete, he hates losing—both on the rink and off. It’s his competitiveness that makes him so damn good at what he does . . . but it also makes him just a little bit complicated.One minute Gaby’s tempted to give in; the next, she’s getting cold feet. How can she trust a guy who’s destined for bigger and better things to stick around? Then again, when Landon pulls her close with those powerful arms, the only thing that matters is right now. Buy Now for ONLY $0.99 Amazon /  iBooks / B&N / Kobo / Google Play

Delayed Penalty by Sophia Henry

Posted August 27, 2015 by Kate in Blog Tour, Liked It, Review / 3 Comments
Delayed Penalty by Sophia Henry

So I don’t think it’s a secret how much I love hockey romances, I don’t know why, but I totally do. And also a little known fact about me, I love me some Russians (although my first love will always be the Irish). So a hockey book that involves a Russian hockey player just sounds like it would be right up my alley. I have to say that I was a little torn about this book, I mean there were some serious plus sides to the novel and there were also some things I didn’t love, but in the end the book was a good read for me, so I went with a “liked it” rating. So I think I am going to start with the things I liked about the book. I loved the Russian aspect of the book. I don’t know if the author has some Russian culture/language background or if she just did a lot of research, but I have to say I really enjoyed reading about the culture, from the nicknames, to custom ways to greet people, and even learning that black bread is important. I have always loved Russian nicknames, so seeing so many in the book actually made me really happy (Sasha and Pasha being my favorite names). I liked the characters in this book in general, I mean they have good dynamics between each other. Auden is sweet, and maybe too much non-confrontational, but she’s interesting, as are her family dynamics. Sasha, I […]