Thursday, June 1, 2017

*~Review: Vegas Baby by Katie Kenyhercz~*

Title: Vegas Baby
Series: Lady Sinners Series #1
Author: Katie Kenyhercz
Release Date: May 31, 2017


4 Stars

This is the first book I've read by Katie Kenyhercz and I guarantee it won't be my last. She has gained herself a reader. I loved the characters in this book. One of my favorite things is watching Miranda bring light in Ben's life. Ben is pretty much at his lowest point. Then his life takes an unexpected turn once Miranda comes into it. He better buckle up because it's going to be a bumpy ride, but one well worth it. I also enjoyed the Disney and Harry Potter references through out the book. Miranda is an admirable character. She's been through the ringer, but she's still has a sunshine, positive attitude. I loved that the Lady Sinners dance team forms a hockey team in a community league. It was great watching those ladies break out and prove people wrong. Though there are plenty of upbeat moments it also has it's heartfelt moments as well. I thought it was a well rounded book that has left me wanting more from the series. 


As captain of the dance team for the NHL's Las Vegas Sinners, it's Miranda Evans' job to make sure a quality product goes on the ice between periods whether it's choreographed numbers or short scrimmages, but she's not blind. Her squad gets eye rolls and applause in equal measure. The chance to start a community intramural hockey league is her shot at legitimizing the Lady Sinners, but there's a catch. To maximize good press, Miranda has to work with a retired Sinner who's shut himself off from everyone in the organization. He's stubborn, broken, and unwilling to say the least, but in unguarded moments she can see the man underneath, and he might just be worth fighting for. 

Ben Collier's NHL career came to a crashing halt five months ago after a monster hit paralyzed him from the waist down. Feeling is coming back at a mind-numbingly slow pace. He's attacking rehab to the point of obsession. All he wants is to be left alone to focus on his three goals: walk, skate, play hockey. He absolutely doesn't need the distraction of the beautiful cheerleader who won't give him a moment's peace, but her optimism rubs off when he's not looking. Despite himself, the glass is starting to look half full for the first time since his injury. And that's terrifying. To love something means to accept the risk of losing it, and he's not sure he can do that again.

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