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Publisher's Summary

Hockey players are off limits...especially if they're on your brothers' team.

The last time Jordan did that, it ended in disaster. It was easy to promise her brothers she'd never date another one of their teammates again. Until she meets Jake. The spark she feels when she spends time with him makes her promise harder and harder to keep. Surely, her brothers would understand breaking this promise if it means following her heart. Wouldn't they?

Never sleep with a teammate's sister.

This is the universal rule of athletes everywhere. Until he meets Jordan. As soon as Jake sets eyes on her, he wants her. The goalie's job is to see missed shots and failed opportunities on the ice. This is one shot he's not going to miss, no matter what obstacles get in his way.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 House of Crazy Publishing, LLC. (P)2019 Tantor

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Story was so overdramatic

Maybe it’s a me thing, but I do not understand why this book has so many great reviews on goodreads and Amazon.

The idea and storyline grabbed me and I was excited about this book when I found it. But the execution was lacking for me.

I can deal with books that need a certain suspension of belief. But I just couldn’t with this book. It was so ridiculous how everyone treated Jordan. She was like the female return of Christ. That’s the way everyone acted. She was missed by her brothers and their teammates so much and yet at the same time nobody let it slip that she was a girl? So the new guys were all expecting a male sibling? But at the same time she was so close to all these guys that they all had stories and missed her. That’s a small detail. It was the over the top way they treated the heroine. It was so unrealistic. She was basically a perfect character. She was funny, and loved by everyone, extremely loved by everyone. She won every game she played, she put fear in all these college boys with her threat of “payback” or “revenge” pranks. It was so over the top.

Everything in her life was so dramatic. Honestly I couldn’t stand being around girls like this when I was younger. Everything that happened to them needed to be talked about, to death. And everything was more dramatic and important when usually it was exactly opposite. All Jordan’s friends talked about was what was happening with Jordan. There was no depth outside of what was happening in Jordan’s life.

Maybe I have read too many darker themed books lately, but I thought what her ex did was tame. After her nightmares and her keeping secrets about what actually happened with him, I was expecting to find out he kidnapped her and tormented her before she was found. But no, he pushed her down the stairs, which is bad yes, but she didn’t want to tell Jake because she was afraid he would
Look at her differently? It’s SO stupid!!! And dramatic!!

Another issue I had with this book was after a scene would end or chapter would end and it would switch POV’s, and instead of continuing with the story, it would backtrack and we would reread the scene from the their POV. It just made me want the story to end. Which I’m assuming is not the authors aim when writing a book.

As far as steam factor, the cover is more steamy than the one intimate scene in this book.

This book was a big eye roll to me.

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Just ok

I’m probably amongst the minority on this opinion but sorry not sorry. I have to say first off, I did not like Ariela as the male narrator she was great for the voice of Jordan but the males and other females were just not right. The attempt at a Jersey accent on the characters was not working. I felt like I was watching an old mafia movie or something it was so over the top.
The story itself was ok, I’m not a fan of the “trickle reveals” I’d rather know the backstory from the start. I chose this book because I enjoyed the u of j series Alley wrote and it kind of follows that same storyline. Like I said it was ok but I don’t see myself listening again like I do with other books I’ve enjoyed.

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Jordan transferring to BTU after two years at NYU, two years where she hid from her past. Jake is the goalie for the BTU Hockey team and plays with two of Jordan’s brothers. The attractions is instant when they see each other, too bad Jordon promised to never date another one of her brother’s teammates.

Jordan and Jake are the ultimate relationship goal! I loved the instant attraction between these two, but they had so many hurdles to overcome in order to be together. The friendship groups that belong to both Jordan and Jake are awesome as well, and provide great entertainment. This book is absolutely amazing!

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Great Narration

I read the ebook and loved listening to it for the second time. The narrator did a great job of voicing the many characters on this book. Definitely one I will listen to again.

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  • Clare Tunilla
  • 11-06-21

The start of it all

I've read a couple of this authors later work so to go all the way back to her debut was a joy. Because that's what reading this authors work is honestly; a joy. Banter, a fantastic found and natural family dynamic, #SquadGoals. Add in the smokin' chemistry between Jake and Jordan and just enough to keep the hockey fan in me happy, I couldn't have asked for more.

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  • Jordan Dreamcoat
  • 10-09-19

I loved this narrator

I read power play as an ebook and couldn’t wait until the audio released. The narrator did an awesome job of changing up the characters voices and bringing them to life.

I can’t wait to listen to the rest of the BTU series on audio

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 02-15-20

Fabulous 😘😘

Definitely worth the read or listen to..it’s has everything and more . Two beautiful people just trying to be together in their world . Trying to work with everything that they have on in there own lives . True that . Loved it ❤️❤️❤️