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Pucked Over

Narrated by: Rose Dioro, Jacob Morgan
Length: 10 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (1,141 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Lily LeBlanc isn't versed in the art of casual sex, but after seven years in an on-again, off-again relationship, she's definitely willing to give it a shot. And who better to try it with than her best friend's boyfriend's best friend? What could possibly go wrong?

NHL player Randy Ballistic lives up to his last name on the ice and in the bedroom. His best friend and teammate has recently given up the puck bunnies and traded them in for a real girlfriend. And she just happens to have a seriously feisty, extra-hot best friend on the rebound. Randy's more than happy to be Lily's springboard back into the dating scene. But casual sex is only casual until those pesky things called emotions get involved. Once that happens, someone's bound to get pucked over.

©2016 Helena Hunting (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Violet

Violet in the first and second book was absolutely hilarious!! In this book she is made out to be a super annoying dumb bimbo instead of her usual chill hilarious self. I could barely handle listening to some of her parts. She was my fav in the first two books so that was disappointing.

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B rating...

My Quickie Review:
Overall: 3.75
Performance: 4.0
Story: 3.5

I think I've reached the end of this series for my interest. Overall, I enjoyed this audio of the story, but there wasn't anything amazing about the story. At one point, I even thought the dialogue between the women hit such shallow, silly lengths that they could have easily been a group of puck bunnies that they are so often making fun of. I almost stopped listening to this one at that point, but I plugged on.

This story was about Randy...one of the NHL players who has been a player in every sense of the word. The heroine was Lilly who is best known for how awful she treated the hero in the last book. They have a long distance relationship for 90% of this book...only getting together for sex every few weeks based upon the movement of the team. It's supposed to be no-strings fun. The kind Lilly needs after breaking up with her long-time boyfriend. Randy is her rebound and they are both really good with that.

It was entertaining enough...just nothing astonishingly good or engaging. It passed the time, but not much more. As a result, I think I'll probably pass on listening to the rest of this series. I'm done with it.

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Jacob Morgan doing that sex scenes was SO SEXY!

I find it's really important for the voices to be pleasant to listen to even if I adore the story as much as I adore this one. When I got to the first time Jacob Morgan was reading a sexual scene I was "engaged" fully with the narration. The girl was great, though not as fun as book 1's female narrator, but Jacob Morgan has just knocked Sebastian York to my 2nd favorite male narrator. Fantastic!

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  • Slim
  • Lexington, Virginia
  • 11-26-16

Part 3, Awesome Good!!!

There are some spoilers. 

I wanted to rate the girl narrator performance a 3 to 4.

But anyways this book was actually good it wasn't as hilarious as book 1 or funny as book 2, but it was too good to put down that's for sure. I knew that Randy and Lily was going to end up together in the end because they both were catching feelings for each other, especially how he was acting. With her around Alex and Benji and Carl or whatever, that fool name was. 

Plus the end I thought for sure she wasn't going to end up pregnant lmao. When they didn't use a condom I was dying when Tim-Tom knocked on the door. Mess reminded me of Twilight scene with Bella and Edward with the bed situation and some other book I read where the guy actually broke the bed. I forgot what the book was called. 

But I'm glad Randy found someone. Can't wait to read part 4, 4.1, and 4.5. I know it's going to be epic. 

P. S. I was also glad that Randy let her give his pecker a lick. And liked it and got with someone who didn't judge how he pecker looked. 

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I love Randy and Lily!

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I loved Randy and Lily's story! I both listened and read this one and I think they are my favorite Pucked couple so far. I couldn't wait for their story after Pucked Up and knew the sparks would fly when these two got together. They had incredible chemistry and listening to their story unfold on audio only amplified their connection. I found their fears and concerns very relatable, especially Lily's. Even though she is about the same age as Sunny (the heroine in Pucked Up and Lily's BFF), I found her much more mature. Yes, things start off between Randy and Lily because of their physical attraction, but it was so beautiful how they gradually shifted into something more tender and sweet. I loved how they each saw themselves as broken or flawed, but to the other they couldn't be more perfect. They had fantastic banter and lots of cheeky innuendo, which helped lighten the story while also adding to the sexual tension. Randy and Lily complemented each other very well. Sure there are missteps along the way, but they made sense considering each character's history. I appreciated that the drama resolved almost as quickly as it appeared and wasn't drawn out.

I really enjoyed the narration by Jacob Morgan (swoon) and Rose Dioro. They both did a wonderful job overall with this friends with benefits romance, but I did feel that there were times their tone didn't quite match the emotion of the scene. I also liked checking in with Alex, Violet, Miller, and Sunny again, but I will admit that it's Lance who has me most intrigued. I can't wait to continue on with the series!

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Too silly

I enjoyed the first book but maybe this is just too silly. All the silly names for the private parts- magic marble, beaver. Wood. Just too juvenile for me

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  • Misty
  • Washington
  • 05-22-16

Fantastic continuation

Third book in the series (on Audible, I think in the book series there is a .5 in there somewhere) and it follows Randy and Lilly. Randy is a hockey player who doesn't want to turn out like his dead beat dad and Lilly is an ice skater who wasn't able to live her dreams because of her own dead beat dad.

Both battle the situation differently and go into a casual relationship for different reasons but end up finally in the same place.

I love Lilly, she is so sarcastic but then explains the sarcasm like she is so clever, no one else would understand. Cracked me up.

Randy is so super serious but the tatts and the beard and the highly sensitive personality won me over.

I loved that we got visits with the other Pucked characters and I sooooo want a Lance book. Like yesterday with that accent.

Rose Dioro and Jacob Morgan were great narrators! Rose was perfect with her Canadian accent and Jacob had the tortured soul angst down pact.

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#GetBALListic

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

YES!! Pucked Over is the sexiest, hottest, most sensual book of the series so far. Lily and Randy are sex machines! *chuckles*, and I was eager to repeat their steamiest moments on audiobook.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Pucked Over?

All the bathroom scenes!! *chuckles* Actually, to my surprise this second time to enjoy this story I was focused on more deeper aspects of their relationship, their personalities and the interaction with all their friends. And the unthinkable happened: I LOVE RANDY AND LILY MORE NOW!!

Have you listened to any of Rose Dioro and Jacob Morgan ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is my first time with Rose and Jacob.Jacob Morgan did an amazing performance for Randy. His voice and inflexions and different tones made Randy’s chapters super awesome to listen, but Rose Dioro didn’t do it quite good for my liking. Don’t get me wrong, her tone of voice is so Lily, and her voices for the other girls in the book were great, but her pace and the male voices wasn’t as good as I am used to. After a few chapters I decided to get over it and just enjoy the story, and despite Rose, I loved Pucked Over audiobook.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I would listen to it as many times as possible just because this book as all the other books from the series are super awesome!!

Any additional comments?

100% recommended

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Hockey player falls for a figure skating coach

Lily and Randy are trying to have a casual relationship but end up falling in love. Not as funny as the previous books but still a few hilarious scenes. This book was too long and needed editing. Too many sex scenes and too much repetitive self introspective dialogue by both main characters. At least the group of friends also appear with more updates on their stories. We could do less of Violet’s ridiculous mouth which has gone from unfiltered to crude with the excuse that she is drinking because she is nervous of her upcoming wedding.

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Loved story but...

Narrative of Violet was way too winey and not as funny as previous stories. Since Violet wasn’t main character this time was mostly able to overlook it.

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 08-30-18

Love this series

Flipping heck. Another winner in book 3 of the Pucked series. Absolutely loved this book and devoured it in a day. This is possibly my favourite of the three. Pretty much fell in love with Randy from the get go, super hot, super sexy, bearded man bun hockey player and Lily, well she was just adorable. Just coming out of a 7 year relationship Lily really doesn't need to jump into another relationship, so when she hooks up with Randy they decide casual sex is the way to go. That's all well and good until feelings start getting involved. Randy and Lily are so similar, they have similar history and are so well matched for each other. I loved catching up with all the characters from the previous 2 books, Violet especially, who still has no filter on her mouth. Jacob Morgan was perfect as Randy. I struggled a little with Rose Dioro who came across as a little whiny, and whenever she took on Violet’s voice it made me hate Violet (I normally love Violet).

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  • Patricia
  • 05-15-18

Great story

I am really enjoying this series. I am looking forward to more. funny and romantic. Jacob Morgan is fast becoming my favourite male narrator too.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09-09-16

some funny bits 3.5*

As expected, very sweet story. I'd read Pucked so knew some of the characters, however Violet just irritated me.
The story was lovely -straight forward romance no near death experiences, just plain old feelings and good nookie. I really like the characters and it was well narrated, the Scottish guy sounded more Irish to me but it's a hard accent to replicate, esp if your an American narrator.

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  • Yvonne
  • 09-17-18

Jacob Morgan's voice is awesome

Unfortunately this story just didn't do it for me. I did enjoy the first two however I found this story to be a little too YA.

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  • Nina M
  • 07-31-18

Loveee

A sequel to Randy and Lily and their insatiable boning and a more indepth development of their character's had me emotional. parents who are toxic and project that on their kids irk me. it was so good hearing lily give Randy's dad a piece of her mind and stand in his corner. The lull and east going shenanigans of the crew is just beautiful.

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 06-02-18

Thank god ❤️❤️❤️

Took them long enough to figure out they were so into each other .. not just puck buddies..they so coooolll together .. they definitely love to puck and love each other toooo .. definitely worth the read...loved it .. 💕❤️💕

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  • Tracey
  • 11-25-17

love!

love this story! was a bit concerned because I didn't enjoy the second book as much. but this was thoroughly enjoyable !