Unfortunately ‘Game On’ is the last book of Aces Hockey Series, nonetheless it was a wonderful ending to an amazing series. Cam Brickley, aka Brick, is charming, handsome and extremely cocky. He and his teammates can bet on anything and everything. When his teammates bet him that he won’t be able to date with same woman without falling in love, he jumps on it since he doesn’t do love. The only challenging part of this bet for Cam is to convince the hot blonde to date with him for two months. Olivia Lockwood is pretty, smart, independent and determined. Her family is really rich and thanks to her trust fund, instead of working for her family, she runs a nonprofit charity called ‘Move on Chicago’. When Cam starts hitting on her in the bar, her first reaction is to run. But then her friends points that he is the perfect candidate to become the spokesperson of the ‘Move on Chicago’, so she decides she will give Cam a chance for a date. Their attraction for each other is sizzling hot and their banter is hilarious. I still cannot believe after the first and second date how they both wanted to keep dating each other. I enjoyed seeing the ‘real’ Cam, who is sweet and kind. As for Olivia, I love how strong her personality was. Even though, she has insecurities and scars, she never lets these to control her and/or her life. When she knows, what she wants she goes for it. Are you curious about who won the bet and who ended up washing dirty jock straps for the rest of the year? Then, I recommend you to grab your copy and start reading it 🙂
‘Game On’ is a funny, sweet, lighthearted, sexy story that you won’t be able to put it down until you are done with it. This book can be easily read as a standalone. I am really sad to let go of the Aces Hockey series but also excited that Kelly Jamieson will have a new hockey series: Wynn Hockey.
- Would I recommend this book: Yes.
- Would I re-read this book: Yes.
- Would I read future books by this author: Yes.
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e-ARC kindly provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.