Sunday, August 5, 2018

*~New Release & Review: Pucked Up Love by Lili Valente~*


When I see the ad in the Portland Alternative’s “Love Wanted” section, I can’t resist the urge to respond. Yes, it’s dangerous—as a star forward for the Badgers I have a reputation to protect—but I miss the thrill of calling the shots in the bedroom and reading that ad is the first time I’ve laughed in months. 

So I reach out to Curious Cat about the “educational” opportunity... 

A few sizzling—and hysterical—emails later we arrange to meet. I’m hoping we’ll have chemistry, and I might finally be on my way to getting over my ex-girlfriend. 

And then the gate to the beer garden swings open and in walks Hailey. 

My ex is Curious Cat, and this experiment just got a hell of a lot more complicated. 
​But I never back down from a challenge—on or off the ice. 

I keep my educational offer on the table—six weeks of submissive lessons. Six weeks to learn how to drive a Dominant man crazy, and then we part ways as friends. 

What do I have to lose? Except what’s left of my heart?

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4 Stars
I love Lili Valente's sexy hockey players. I look forward to these book because they're always funny and they have an unexpected quirk or twist when it comes to the charterers. This one is no different it met my expectations! Hailey and Will should have made forever, but a miscommunication causing a rift, but it's kismet when Will answers an ad in the paper. Now a second chance is in the making, but will they learn from past mistakes? The chesmistry between Hailey and Will is smoking! Things get very steamy between the two. I gobbled this book right up. All the characters had me hooked. I loved seeing the characters from previous books. Also enjoyed the set up for the next book in the series. I'm completely intrigued and I'm going to be eagerly awaiting it. 
Read the Bad Motherpuckers series:

Sexy Motherpucker

Hot as Puck
Amazon paperback:


Puck Me Baby
About the Author:
Lili Valente has slept under the stars in Greece, eaten dinner at midnight with French men who couldn’t be trusted to keep their mouths on their food, and walked alone through Munich’s red light district after dark and lived to tell the tale. These days you can find her writing in a tent beside the sea, drinking coconut water and thinking delightfully dirty thoughts.

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