Published by Entangled Publishing on May 9th 2016
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains adult language, ice-melting kisses, and a swoon-worthy hero. This fake relationship romance will have you wishing for a hockey player of your own... Natalie West and Toby Cooper were best friends growing up, on and off the ice. But when Toby's hockey career took off, their friendship was left behind. Now Natalie has a crazy plan to land her crush-Toby's biggest rival-and she needs Toby's help to pull it off. When Nat asks Toby to be her fake boyfriend, he can't say no. Not when it means getting his best friend back. But Natalie is all grown up now, and spending time with her-even when it's just playing hockey together-stirs up a lot of feelings, old and new. Suddenly pretending to be interested in her isn't hard at all...if only she wanted him and not his enemy.
Natalie West and Toby Cooper were best friends growing up. They played hockey together until Toby made it to the semi-pros and Natalie was left behind. Their friendship falls to the wayside until Natalie gets the idea to pretend to date Toby to get the attention of his cousin Sean. Sean wants whatever Toby has and Natalie trys to use this to her advantage. Despite her friends trying to talk her out of it she thinks she has a full proof plan. The complications that come up are unexpected. Will she lose her best friend trying to get what she wants?
In An Oyster Shell- Another great installment of the Corrigan Falls series.
The Pearls – I have been really enjoying the premise of the love interests being hockey players. Hockey is one of my favorite sports. Having a whole series about hockey players falling love has been really fun. What makes this book different from the other two in the series is the main character Natalie is also a hockey player. A girl hockey player is a fun plot element.
The characters were well developed. The characters are standing true throughout the series. You see glimpses of characters from the previous books.
The setting really makes this series. A small town in Canada that is centered around hockey is classic. You get the small town feel which makes the story nice and cozy.
The Sand – It was a really good book, but not one I would read again.