Kick Back – KJ

Okay, this is another book I’m happily overrating a little. It's definitely not perfect but what it made me feel completely warrants those 5 stars. I want to be friends with KJ’s books, they're sweet, endearing, vulnerable and all-around charming. After losing her mother at fourteen and her father at thirty, Sophia Lindstrom is convinced … Continue reading Kick Back – KJ

Taking a Shot at Love – K.C. Richardson

No one would guess that icy – but fair – English professor Celeste Bouchard is also a talented and sexy pole dancer. Celeste took up pole dancing in her late twenties as a way to keep fit after growing up overweight. Her body benefited from it and so did her self-confidence. Yet an ill-fated relationship … Continue reading Taking a Shot at Love – K.C. Richardson

Sophomore Surge (Sophie Fournier #2) – K.R. Collins

At the end of Breaking the Ice, many reviewers, myself included, wondered whether we’d get some romance in the next book. It made sense that there wasn’t any in the first one: Sophie was eighteen, the first woman drafted into the NAHL, very focused on her first season and not giving anyone reason to get … Continue reading Sophomore Surge (Sophie Fournier #2) – K.R. Collins

Breaking the Ice (Sophie Fournier #1) – K.R. Collins

Before I discovered lesfic, I never thought it could be that much fun to read about sports. I mean, I often find watching sports boring, even those I understand (unless I'm in the stands, and there's noise and enthusiasm and all), so how could it be interesting without only words and no images? And yet. … Continue reading Breaking the Ice (Sophie Fournier #1) – K.R. Collins

The Road to Canada – Kate Christie & Britney Gil (narrator)

I love this series. I’m not so much a soccer fan as a fan of how Kate Christie writes about soccer (we call it football here). Reading about Jamie Maxwell, Emma Blakeley and the others, I find myself rooting for an imaginary team and it’s kinda exciting and wonderful. This is book 4 of the … Continue reading The Road to Canada – Kate Christie & Britney Gil (narrator)

All the Worlds Between Us – Morgan Lee Miller

All The Worlds Between Us

I’m so glad I’m not a teenager anymore, when everything is so important, so raw, and more often than not feels like a matter of life and death. This book took me right back to that time, although in my real teenage years I didn’t have to deal with half of what Quinn has to … Continue reading All the Worlds Between Us – Morgan Lee Miller