Review of Misadventures With a Rookie by Toni Aleo

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***

I heart this book so bad! I know better than to have thought this in any way was going to be a typical sports/hockey book. Toni always delivers so much more!

Bo has been burned too bad in the past that not only does she not trust men, especially up and coming hotshot rookie hockey players, she doesn’t even trust herself.

Gus is the said hotshot hockey player with a straight path to the NHL. He is the epitome of young, dumb, and… He is working his way through every puck bunny he can find, with the only rule being, one and done, absolutely no repeats.

That is until he meets Bo, who for the first time in his life is a person who wants nothing to do with him. Hate to love books are my absolute favorite and Toni does it so well. Bo and Gus are insanely hot together, their banter is the best. Must read! (Review by Terri “Jane”)

****4.5 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****
Toni Also knows how to write some mad hot hockey men and the bad a$$ woman that seem untamable. Gus the Bus, does not know what he is getting himself into when it comes to Bo St. James. She is not interested in being the next notch in his headboard. Even though he is hotter the the devil should be. Gus is hot and he knows it, he is great on the ice, and he knows it, he can get anyone woman he wants and he knows it and then he encounters Bo and she doesn’t fall for any of his lines, his looks or his “all that attitude”.

Bo thinks Gus is the hottest thing on ice, but she won’t let his pretty face, hot body or the amazing character get in the way of the job she has to do, because his horrible reputation proceeds himself. But Gus is not one to hear no and is after Bo and the chase and chemistry is the best story ever….-Review by Catherine(Catty)

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