Things are heating up for the Sinclair boys! With one already in the NHL, Jayden Sinclair is hoping to be next!
This has been the toughest year of my life. I watched my brother go into the draft without me, my mom got divorced, and the weight of my family's issues is heavy on my shoulders. I feel like it's my job to fix everything while working my butt off in school and trying to make my game better. I have to go into the draft. It will give my family the support they need, and it will prove that I'm good enough. But to get there, I have to show I can be the best captain for the Bellevue Bullies. The spot is mine - no one can take it. First, though, Jude is making me go on a brothers' weekend. Innocent enough, I guess...until I see her. She's the biggest competitor I've ever faced. Not only for my spot but also for my heart. It's hard to ignore someone like Baylor Moore.
I don't lose. I can't. My dad has bred me to be the best in anything I do. I am driven, I am smart, and I am going to be the first woman in the National Hockey League. No two ways about it. I've worked too hard. I've been through too much not to have what I want. I know I can do it. I will make my dad proud, and no one will stand in the way of that. That is until I let him in. He scares me. He makes me feel. And he could very well be the one person who can make me want more than just to win. We both have the same goal: victory. But how do you compete against the person you want to win? It's not easy. Love isn't something you can control. It isn't like a puck that can be handled by a stick. No, it has a mind of its own and does what it wants.
Neither of us saw it coming, and we really don't know if there is a way to score, especially when you're being Clipped by Love.
©2015 Toni Aleo (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Baylor dragged the story line so much, I actually hated her! lol but of course in the end I still loved her, I hope at the end though all the Sinclairs will play for Assassins.
I LOVED Book One (Boarded by Love), which is why I was so surprised by how many times this book annoyed me. I understand the prideful heroine, but the chip on Baylor's shoulder was so large that certain aspects of the story dragged and dragged for no reason other than to make the book longer. I find that sometimes authors work so hard to make a hero likeable that the heroine suffers.
The narrators did a great job with what they had. Joe Arden is a particular favorite of mine.
This is not going to stop me from going on to Book 3, though. I need to know what happens with the 3rd Sinclair brother.
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