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This book is a sequel to Two Man Advantage Life has been treating Victor Kalinski well, which is a surprise for the ginger-haired forward with the venomous tongue. His career is somewhat stable, at least for another season. His relationship with Cougars alternate captain Dan Arou is deepening, despite the fact that Daniel has yet to come out of the closet. It’s typical K This book is a sequel to Two Man Advantage Life has been treating Victor Kalinski well, which is a surprise for the ginger-haired forward with the venomous tongue. His career is somewhat stable, at least for another season. His relationship with Cougars alternate captain Dan Arou is deepening, despite the fact that Daniel has yet to come out of the closet. It’s typical Kalinski luck when a puck bunny he shared a drunken night with several months ago slaps him with a paternity suit. Despite the sizzling passion and painfully heartfelt connection between them, Dan doesn’t take the news well, and heads back to Canada alone. If he wants to make things right and win back the man he loves, Vic has no choice but to swallow his pride—and nobody’s prouder than hotheaded, ego-driven Victor Kalinski. Reader Advisory: This story has graphic sexual language and scenes—no closed bedroom doors (or other rooms) here! An adult male/male romance from Ellora’s Cave


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This book is a sequel to Two Man Advantage Life has been treating Victor Kalinski well, which is a surprise for the ginger-haired forward with the venomous tongue. His career is somewhat stable, at least for another season. His relationship with Cougars alternate captain Dan Arou is deepening, despite the fact that Daniel has yet to come out of the closet. It’s typical K This book is a sequel to Two Man Advantage Life has been treating Victor Kalinski well, which is a surprise for the ginger-haired forward with the venomous tongue. His career is somewhat stable, at least for another season. His relationship with Cougars alternate captain Dan Arou is deepening, despite the fact that Daniel has yet to come out of the closet. It’s typical Kalinski luck when a puck bunny he shared a drunken night with several months ago slaps him with a paternity suit. Despite the sizzling passion and painfully heartfelt connection between them, Dan doesn’t take the news well, and heads back to Canada alone. If he wants to make things right and win back the man he loves, Vic has no choice but to swallow his pride—and nobody’s prouder than hotheaded, ego-driven Victor Kalinski. Reader Advisory: This story has graphic sexual language and scenes—no closed bedroom doors (or other rooms) here! An adult male/male romance from Ellora’s Cave

30 review for Game Misconduct

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ele

    I was right! Yummy relationship angst!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Raj

    Victor's gutter mouth & his brutal love for his Inuit lover makes this one of the hottest,dirtiest & most humorous hockey themed series of recent times. Victor's gutter mouth & his brutal love for his Inuit lover makes this one of the hottest,dirtiest & most humorous hockey themed series of recent times.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anke

    Another one for my challenge!

  4. 5 out of 5

    ReadingAllNite

    Marking as read from box set.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kaje Harper

    This second of three "Point Shot" novellas doesn't stand alone and the ending is tentative - but it is a wonderful middle piece to the trilogy. Read the first one, meet bisexual hockey player Victor Kalinski and his (current) teammate and boyfriend, Dan Arou. Find out just how much trouble Vic's mouth, his topflight hockey skills and damaged self-image, and the stress of being closeted, get him into. See how much he's willing to try to bend and learn, to keep Dan in his life. And how bad he is a This second of three "Point Shot" novellas doesn't stand alone and the ending is tentative - but it is a wonderful middle piece to the trilogy. Read the first one, meet bisexual hockey player Victor Kalinski and his (current) teammate and boyfriend, Dan Arou. Find out just how much trouble Vic's mouth, his topflight hockey skills and damaged self-image, and the stress of being closeted, get him into. See how much he's willing to try to bend and learn, to keep Dan in his life. And how bad he is at it. Then come here for the next part. Vic was gutted by the realities of pro hockey, and his own shortcomings, toward the end of the previous book. His dysfunctional coping strategy involved booze and a broad, and although all seemed to end well at the time, the consequences of that are coming home to roost. Dan's a great guy, but he's deeply hurt by Vic's asshattery, and not even ready to try to be understanding. And Vic's childhood as at the hands of his drunken mother, has left him lightyears away from being ready for the next step in his growing up, when the paternity suit paperwork lands in his hand. Both men are deeper here, more thoughtful, more flawed and yet stronger. There is still plenty of humor over the way Vic's lack of forethought, his temper, and low self-worth get him into trouble. But I was becoming very fond of both men by this point, so there are also moments of heart-felt pain, watching them try to find their way forward. The end is a bit cliff-hangery. Luckily the last novella is already out and waiting to finish the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Erica

    So snarky! How do you fit so much snark into one book?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rita

    Even with some pretty valid reasons, Vic's ability to be an utter douche is more than I can stand. The misogyny is on almost every page. Even with some pretty valid reasons, Vic's ability to be an utter douche is more than I can stand. The misogyny is on almost every page.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ro

    OH man, how in the world did I forget the complete douche move that Vic does at the end of Two Man Advantage? I guess because it ticked me off so much. Well, here we have the big reminder of that douchebaggy move, when the puck bunny he cheated with comes back with a paternity suit. You really do have to read this series in order because I feel this book is very dependent on the actions of the first. In true Vic fashion, he acts like a jerk to both Heather, the baby mama, and to Dan, his lover. OH man, how in the world did I forget the complete douche move that Vic does at the end of Two Man Advantage? I guess because it ticked me off so much. Well, here we have the big reminder of that douchebaggy move, when the puck bunny he cheated with comes back with a paternity suit. You really do have to read this series in order because I feel this book is very dependent on the actions of the first. In true Vic fashion, he acts like a jerk to both Heather, the baby mama, and to Dan, his lover. I questioned in my review of Two Man Advantage – what happened about the cheating? Did Vic come clean and tell Dan? How did Dan react? Well, here we find out that the coward didn’t tell Dan at all. I wanted to slap him. There are times it is really difficult to even care about Vic, let alone like him. “You throw me out without even giving me a chance to explain?” Explain what, Vic? That you cheated, never told him and not only that, but believe it was okay because it was “…just a chick”? To me, that said loud and clear that you’d do it again. I felt so much pain for Dan that by then I hoped he would leave Vic and stay away. It takes a conversation with a drunken teammate, one that Vic never even got along with, to make his stupid eyes open to what he’s done and what he’s doing to Dan. Even then, when he interrupts a conversation with Dan and Brooks I wanted to shout at him. Vic causes some big emotions, most of them angry! It is only after Vic starts to realize the pain he’s causing this man who he loves that he starts to take a long look at himself and that’s when it starts to get better. He tells Dan how sweet he is. “Too sweet to be hooked up with a raving butt plug like me.” Finally, you get it, Vic. I liked that there was no instant forgiveness and that Heather, baby mama, wasn’t vilified. Despite Vic’s best efforts to believe otherwise, she wasn’t some slutty puck bunny after his money and that was appreciated. Just a warning, very similar to the first book, this one ends with a cliffhanger. Yes, we have our HFN with Vic and Dan but Heather, Phil and the homophobic tweets are left wide open. Be aware. The humor is here, despite a serious undertone with the ramifications of cheating, and Vic is still an abrasive, foul mouthed hockey player.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Diane Lynch

    Victor Kalinski and Dan Arou are back in this sequel from Two Man Advantage. Game Misconduct by V. L. Locey is an amazing book I could not put down.   I said it in my Two Man Advantage review, and I am going to say it again. I love Vic! I am fairly certain I would hate him in real life. Or maybe not, because there really aren’t that many people I don’t like. His sarcasm is unparalleled. The things that come out of his mouth crack me up or make me shake my head. The guy seriously has no filter, not Victor Kalinski and Dan Arou are back in this sequel from Two Man Advantage. Game Misconduct by V. L. Locey is an amazing book I could not put down.   I said it in my Two Man Advantage review, and I am going to say it again. I love Vic! I am fairly certain I would hate him in real life. Or maybe not, because there really aren’t that many people I don’t like. His sarcasm is unparalleled. The things that come out of his mouth crack me up or make me shake my head. The guy seriously has no filter, not to mention a creative mind. He is probably one of the best developed characters I have ever read about. He has grown tremendously and is a little less snarky, okay usually, that is just around Dan.   Speaking of Dan, pretty sure he is up for sainthood: Saint Dan of the Shire. He is about the only person that could handle Vic. Although I am not certain handle is the right word. Dan is a great guy. He brings love and balance into Vic’s life. Dan is greatly tested in the book.   I find it amusing that Vic always refers to Dan as Frodo, a Hobbit, or being smaller than Dobbey the house elf. The fact that he even knows the Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter characters brought him up a notch in my book. Those are two of my favorite fantasy series.   The plot was surprising. I think I have a bruise on the bottom of my jaw from when my mouth hit the floor. Many realistic and serious issues develop in this novella. Game Misconduct was a remarkable narrative. I really cannot wait to hear their next story. Dan and Vic are two people I would not want to tick off.   I highly suggest reading Two Man Advantage prior to Game Misconduct. If you are offended by foul language and graphic m/m sex scenes, be warned, although Vic is bi, as he likes to remind everyone. If you love sarcasms, hockey, and laughing this book is for you.   Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie

    *copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by author/publisher via Pride Promotions in exchange for an honest review* This was a great continuation of Vic and Dan's story. Still hidden in the closet, Dan and Vic have spent their summer together, lazing around the house, cuddling, having sex and attending some boring charity events. Life is going along pretty smoothly, until a summons throws a huge hurtle in their path. I started reading and not far into it, I sent my co-blogger, Mari a message. She had *copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by author/publisher via Pride Promotions in exchange for an honest review* This was a great continuation of Vic and Dan's story. Still hidden in the closet, Dan and Vic have spent their summer together, lazing around the house, cuddling, having sex and attending some boring charity events. Life is going along pretty smoothly, until a summons throws a huge hurtle in their path. I started reading and not far into it, I sent my co-blogger, Mari a message. She had already read the book for another of our sites we host tours for. Our message is below, I have taken some things out, because it would give too much away, but here is part of it. Me: YOU said Game Misconduct was funny!! Mari: nah, I said I found Vic to be sarcastic and self-deprecating and I found him fun. The story is not fun. Me: NO!!! Wtf! Mari: aaah, well, I can promise you it gets better. Vic has a lot of growing up to do. So I grudgingly read on. She was right. Vic had a lot of growing up to do. She is also right about the type of character Vic is, although I already knew this from book one. He is a snarky [email protected]$$. He is what I think of when I think of the type of characters I want to read about. He isn't all soft and sweet. He is a manly man. He can be gross and well, a man. Yet he knows when to be that sweet and loving guy. I love V.L.'s characters. She writes her characters so well. She writes her characters like a man. I don't want to read a book where I feel like one of the characters is a female, and I definitely don't get that with this author. This book, while not always fun, and sometimes downright heartbreaking, was funny at times. It was sweet at times and it even had a couple of hot scenes thrown in. The story flowed well, and of course the chemistry between Vic and Dan is still has electrical as ever! I loved this story, and I can't wait for the continuation of Vic and Dan's story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mari Cardenas

    *** ARC provided to Bayou Book Junkie in exchange for a fair and honest review. *** Let me start by saying this is book 2 in a series and it can't be read as a standalone, and really, book 1 is very good so you're missing out if you haven't read that one yet. We meet Vic and Dan again a few months after book 1 ends, they are living together and they are both playing for the Cayuga Cougars. Life is good, until a little event from book 1 comes back to bite Vic on his very pale ass and that puts a d *** ARC provided to Bayou Book Junkie in exchange for a fair and honest review. *** Let me start by saying this is book 2 in a series and it can't be read as a standalone, and really, book 1 is very good so you're missing out if you haven't read that one yet. We meet Vic and Dan again a few months after book 1 ends, they are living together and they are both playing for the Cayuga Cougars. Life is good, until a little event from book 1 comes back to bite Vic on his very pale ass and that puts a damper on his relationship with Dan. That's not all that's against them, though, other things come into play that will test their love for each other. I absolutely adored Vic, yes, he's sarcastic, arrogant and has no filter, perhaps that's why I loved him so much. He was very real. And where Dan was concerned he just transformed. It was nice to see him evolve into someone more mature as the series progresses. I also loved that we got to see more of Dan and Vic as a couple, they are really good together, the sex scenes are quite hot and so I'm looking forward to seeing them both work on their issues toward a common goal in the next installment (because there has to be another one, right? *begs*). Anyway, this was a really great read, fun, fast-paced with amazing characters and an intriguing storyline that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Nevermind that I love a sports story where we actually get to read the MC's actually playing the sport, and explained in a way that you can practically see the action playing out right in front of your eyes! Rating: 5 Stars!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Game Misconduct continues where Two Man Advantage left off. Victor got stupid one night after Dan left for the NHL and, as we know, mistakes always come back and bite us in the backside when we least expect it. Things with Dan are great, Victor has become more of a team player, and has even helped the team with his knowledge and advice, but that one, drunk, forgotten night has now resurfaced and is threatening to destroy everything Victor has come to love and rely on. We see more of the loving, Game Misconduct continues where Two Man Advantage left off. Victor got stupid one night after Dan left for the NHL and, as we know, mistakes always come back and bite us in the backside when we least expect it. Things with Dan are great, Victor has become more of a team player, and has even helped the team with his knowledge and advice, but that one, drunk, forgotten night has now resurfaced and is threatening to destroy everything Victor has come to love and rely on. We see more of the loving, vulnerable side of Victor and my heart broke for him. One of my favorite lines in the book showing his need and vulnerability is when Victor says to Dan…. “Because you’re the only person who ever loved me and if you don’t come back to me I’m pretty much over.” The tears were flowing with this. Even with the heartbreaking emotions we still get the great sarcastic humor I love intermixed throughout the book… There it was. A word. Try linking a few more together, Victor, you moronic twatwaffle. I love Victor’s internal thoughts! So much happens in this book and all the twist and turns flow perfectly together. I have fallen in love with this group of characters just as much as I did with the Wildcat series, and I am looking forward to see where this goes and what happens next with Phil, the baby, all of them!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sassy Beta Reading & Review

    This is book 2 that continues after Two Man Advantage and let me tell you, it was a great continuation of the story. This took off where book 1 ended. This can not be read as a stand alone, and must be read in order. This is a M/M romance. Vic is still his snarky, smartass self and Dan is his lovable better half. Sparks continue to fly between these two and keeps us guessing through the story. Again, like book one this does not have a true HEA but does end on a happy note. I didn't have as many l This is book 2 that continues after Two Man Advantage and let me tell you, it was a great continuation of the story. This took off where book 1 ended. This can not be read as a stand alone, and must be read in order. This is a M/M romance. Vic is still his snarky, smartass self and Dan is his lovable better half. Sparks continue to fly between these two and keeps us guessing through the story. Again, like book one this does not have a true HEA but does end on a happy note. I didn't have as many lol moments but I did have quite a few chuckles along the way. I love Vic's snarkiness and how he is quick witted. I was so glad to see things work back out for Vic and Dan but I hope now all will be better for them too. As for Vic's lil surprise, I have to be honest and I hope it doesn't turn out to be real but I have a feeling I'm wrong. Want to know what I am talking about? Then go buy this book! :) Even better, go buy both of them! This was well written, the characters were so easy to love and the descriptions to details were on point. All in all, another fantastic read by V.L. Locey. Would I recommend this book? Oh My Yes!! Would I read more from this author? Oh Yes!! Sassy Beta Reading & Review www.facebook.com/sassybetareading

  14. 5 out of 5

    Niki Driscoll

    Welcome back to the exciting world of Hockey. The venomous Pole (VIC) and the Wolverine (Dan) are back and things are getting dicey. After 9 months everything is falling into place for the hockey duo but Karma is a bitch and she comes knocking at Vic's door. Things will never be the same but maybe they will be better. I absolutely love Vic and Dan. Both characters are easy to relate to and this is a great storyline. The topics of this storyline are realistic and serious. Ms. Locey handles them w Welcome back to the exciting world of Hockey. The venomous Pole (VIC) and the Wolverine (Dan) are back and things are getting dicey. After 9 months everything is falling into place for the hockey duo but Karma is a bitch and she comes knocking at Vic's door. Things will never be the same but maybe they will be better. I absolutely love Vic and Dan. Both characters are easy to relate to and this is a great storyline. The topics of this storyline are realistic and serious. Ms. Locey handles them with humor, snark, teamwork and support from some unlikely sources. We get to see so much more about the individual couple in this tale and get a better feel for the depth of their relationship. It was brutal to watch Vic evaluate his life, mistakes and see the changes he needed to make to become the person he wanted to be. He did a lot of soul searching and grew immensely in this storyline getting a glimpse of what Dan sees and loves about him. For a short story there is a lot of information, drama and love provided in a quick easy to read format. Unfortunately we are forced to end in a cliffhanger, however that means we will see this duo again and I for one am happy for that. IF you are a fan of hockey, m/m and quick wit this is a great addition to your library.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    I'm going to start my review with some general disclaimers, Game Misconduct is a follow up to Two Man Advantage and cannot be read as standalone. Both books are M/M and contain tons on sexy man on man action. There's so much good in this book, I love Dan, he's true and steady and knows what he wants, even if he hasn't shouted it to the world yet. Vic is just as ornery as ever, sarcastic and full of piss and vinegar. Dan and Vic are the epitome of opposites attract, both in looks and attitudes. I I'm going to start my review with some general disclaimers, Game Misconduct is a follow up to Two Man Advantage and cannot be read as standalone. Both books are M/M and contain tons on sexy man on man action. There's so much good in this book, I love Dan, he's true and steady and knows what he wants, even if he hasn't shouted it to the world yet. Vic is just as ornery as ever, sarcastic and full of piss and vinegar. Dan and Vic are the epitome of opposites attract, both in looks and attitudes. I love how this book delves into the one issue I had with Two Man Advantage, Vic cheating on Dan. When I finished book 1, I felt like there were unresolved issues, and of course finishing Game Misconduct, I feel like there are still unresolved issues! I'm hopeful that there is a book 3 on the way that will wrap up Dan and Vic's relationship with a pretty bow, because while I can take or leave Vic, I so desperately want a HEA for Dan. Overall, another great read from V.L. Locey!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Julianne Redmon

    Soooo glad there's a sequel to Two Man Advantage!! I enjoyed reading about how Dan was able to start dulling the "venomous Pole's" edges in the first book but this sequel had the first book beat hands down! Vic is still a royal douche canoe, but you come to discover that he really does have a heart under that tough exterior. Both Dan and Vic's characters are true to the first book, but Vic grows so much. By the end of this story the reader really knows what Dan sees in him. The supporting characte Soooo glad there's a sequel to Two Man Advantage!! I enjoyed reading about how Dan was able to start dulling the "venomous Pole's" edges in the first book but this sequel had the first book beat hands down! Vic is still a royal douche canoe, but you come to discover that he really does have a heart under that tough exterior. Both Dan and Vic's characters are true to the first book, but Vic grows so much. By the end of this story the reader really knows what Dan sees in him. The supporting characters drive the story forward. We get to know Heather, the not quite so much a puck bunny, and how she fits in to the scheme of things. Again the members of the team play a big part in the story as well. The morning after the storm scene with Buttonwood was all heart and I LOVED it. I could read about Dan and Vic for another ten books!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Brockman

    Though Victor is not your typical main character, he is arrogant and sarcastic I absolutely love him. In Game Misconduct, he shows another side of himself, and I grew to love him even more. Then there is Dan, his polar opposite. Dan could be a saint or angel he is such a likable, person. The chemistry between the two is unparalleled! You couldn't ask for a better match than these two men. The sex is smokin hot as well so beware there is explicit sexual content and very strong language. The story Though Victor is not your typical main character, he is arrogant and sarcastic I absolutely love him. In Game Misconduct, he shows another side of himself, and I grew to love him even more. Then there is Dan, his polar opposite. Dan could be a saint or angel he is such a likable, person. The chemistry between the two is unparalleled! You couldn't ask for a better match than these two men. The sex is smokin hot as well so beware there is explicit sexual content and very strong language. The story is fast-paced, and the plot has several twists and turns. I felt the story also has a very realistic feel and touches on many real life topics such as the difference between gay and bisexuality, coming out, and pregnancy before marriage. I cannot wait for the next book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    5 stars. I love this series. OK, so there's no hockey in this one, but the dynamics between Vic and his sexy, little 'hobbit' Daniel are superb, and the secondary storyline (view spoiler)[ as to whether Vic is unknowingly to become a father (hide spoiler)] has ensured that there is hot, angry tension between our two lovers. I hate bigotry, and the fact that the one real bigot on the Cayuga Cougars team got his face bashed in and then took his revenge by outting Vic and Dan to the press has only 5 stars. I love this series. OK, so there's no hockey in this one, but the dynamics between Vic and his sexy, little 'hobbit' Daniel are superb, and the secondary storyline (view spoiler)[ as to whether Vic is unknowingly to become a father (hide spoiler)] has ensured that there is hot, angry tension between our two lovers. I hate bigotry, and the fact that the one real bigot on the Cayuga Cougars team got his face bashed in and then took his revenge by outting Vic and Dan to the press has only served to ramp things up further. Book 3 Full Strength is up next. #teamvicdanalltheway

  19. 5 out of 5

    Diverse

    I was really excited that Vic and Dan got another book. This one there’s a lot of turbulence for the hockey couple. So much happens in this book. Life changing things and it was really great to read their next steps. I felt that we got deeper into Vic’s head. He’s got so much going on up there so many issues. And all that happens to him and Dan forces him to realize change is going to happen whether you’re ready or not. Best to get ready and get help. Of course the cliffy at the end had me sputt I was really excited that Vic and Dan got another book. This one there’s a lot of turbulence for the hockey couple. So much happens in this book. Life changing things and it was really great to read their next steps. I felt that we got deeper into Vic’s head. He’s got so much going on up there so many issues. And all that happens to him and Dan forces him to realize change is going to happen whether you’re ready or not. Best to get ready and get help. Of course the cliffy at the end had me sputtering and grasping for my sanity, BUT…. It insures that we will see more of these dirty mouthed, hopelessly in love, hockey studs again!!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    Vic is an unrepentant blow-hard who is terrified to realize he has an inner chick struggling to come alive. Dan, despite being in love with Vic, who really has no filter whatsoever, is a tender-hearted man everyone gets along with. Although he and Vic do a pretty good job of evening each other out, it would take a saint to put up with Vic for very long. There is plenty of sweat, sex, and swearing, but what really makes this work is that tender little spot inside Vic he will vehemently deny to hi Vic is an unrepentant blow-hard who is terrified to realize he has an inner chick struggling to come alive. Dan, despite being in love with Vic, who really has no filter whatsoever, is a tender-hearted man everyone gets along with. Although he and Vic do a pretty good job of evening each other out, it would take a saint to put up with Vic for very long. There is plenty of sweat, sex, and swearing, but what really makes this work is that tender little spot inside Vic he will vehemently deny to his last breath. Lototy Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Official Review @ Coffee Time Romance & More

  21. 5 out of 5

    Suze

    Shock horror - Vic is maturing! Though slowly and his potty mouth and no filter brain are still in evidence. Dan's flounces off after Vic gets a reality check and so Vic has to learn some life lessons all on his own. This is much more about Vic, though the make up sex is hot and heavy! Vic is more likeable this time round - or I am used to him now from last time. Anyway, enjoyed this quick romp 3.75* Shock horror - Vic is maturing! Though slowly and his potty mouth and no filter brain are still in evidence. Dan's flounces off after Vic gets a reality check and so Vic has to learn some life lessons all on his own. This is much more about Vic, though the make up sex is hot and heavy! Vic is more likeable this time round - or I am used to him now from last time. Anyway, enjoyed this quick romp 3.75*

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sherri Malia

    Hotter than before! Vic and Dan are back. I love that we got to see more of their story. It’s refreshing to see that Vic still is as sarcastic as ever, and Dan still balances him out with his calmness. Together they are still the perfect couple. And they handle whatever is thrown their way together. This was an excellent continuation to their story. And they are still so super hot together. Another amazing read!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Ziegler

    this is book 2 in the Point Shot Trilogy Victor and Dan have fallen in love but have yet to tell anyone. One bad decision on Victor's part from a few months ago comes back to haunt him and Dan packs up and leaves for the summer back to Manitoba. Can Victor fix his relationship? Will they come out to their teammates? Can't wait to read Book 3 and see where everything ends up this is book 2 in the Point Shot Trilogy Victor and Dan have fallen in love but have yet to tell anyone. One bad decision on Victor's part from a few months ago comes back to haunt him and Dan packs up and leaves for the summer back to Manitoba. Can Victor fix his relationship? Will they come out to their teammates? Can't wait to read Book 3 and see where everything ends up

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This is another HFN ending. So much has been left open. I think Dan and Vic are left in a better place now but what's happening with Heather and the baby??? Is there another book is what I want to know. This is another HFN ending. So much has been left open. I think Dan and Vic are left in a better place now but what's happening with Heather and the baby??? Is there another book is what I want to know.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lovebunny

    Holy Crap! This one was way way better than the first book, so many good feels and lots of good hockey! I honestly did not think that the author would be able to make me like Heather, but damn it she did, and I even feel for her and think she is funny! I love this series, bring on book three.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marcy Shane

    Great second book in the series!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Van

    I really liked this series. Thanks Makhda!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Fatimama

    I super hate that the puck bunny got pregnant and the author made her into this ok girl who will be friends with Vic and Dan. Dan should have just broken it off completely.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Note to self....Read the first book in a series before you start the second when it's an actual continuation of the story. That said, I still really like this story. No, I didn't read the first one but I'm pretty sure I got the gist of their relationship. Kal came across as super douchey who didn't give two shits about Dan's feelings....until he did. He really, really did. Dan came across as a bit of a pushover....until he didn't. Loved that Kal and the mother became so close with zero sexual in Note to self....Read the first book in a series before you start the second when it's an actual continuation of the story. That said, I still really like this story. No, I didn't read the first one but I'm pretty sure I got the gist of their relationship. Kal came across as super douchey who didn't give two shits about Dan's feelings....until he did. He really, really did. Dan came across as a bit of a pushover....until he didn't. Loved that Kal and the mother became so close with zero sexual interest in each other. I think I'll actually go back and read the first one.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jes Jester

    This book is part of a series and cannot be read on it's own. To do so would be a shame as the first book truly gives the reader insight to this nasty on the outside (yet kinda great on the inside) MC. Be warned, the MC is kind of a dick, but the author shows him to us in a way that makes him redeemable. I found myself not only enjoying this crass MC, but actually rooting for him. This book is part of my all-time favorite genre of M/M-ROM/HOCKEY and will be REREAD sooner than later. This book is part of a series and cannot be read on it's own. To do so would be a shame as the first book truly gives the reader insight to this nasty on the outside (yet kinda great on the inside) MC. Be warned, the MC is kind of a dick, but the author shows him to us in a way that makes him redeemable. I found myself not only enjoying this crass MC, but actually rooting for him. This book is part of my all-time favorite genre of M/M-ROM/HOCKEY and will be REREAD sooner than later.

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