Wynn series continues with family’s funny, always happy guy Harrison’s story. I love this series and can’t get enough of it. I am dying to know how the family drama going to end and if the family dynamics will continue to change. With each book something reveals and I love and hate the suspense 🙂
Harrison plays for Condors’ farm team but because of his contract he keeps going back and forth between Condors and the farm team. He is supportive, funny, loyal and super cute. When he is called up to Condors, this time he wants to stay on the team but he is his worst enemy. He believes everyone expects him to live up to his hockey legacy dad and puts too much pressure on himself, his self doubt keeps getting in the way of his success . Also, his plan on focusing just hockey goes down the drain the moment, team’s new yoga instructor make an appearance in the training room. Arya Ross is working hard to adapt new city and her new life. Leaving everything behind and moving to CA was a huge step for her. She has to many struggles to get over but she is doing her best. She loves teaching yoga and her classes getting popular, with the new addition of a professional hockey team as a client she is super happy and excited. Harrison has a huge crush since the first time he sees Arya and he decides she becoming their yoga instructor is a good opportunity for him to pursue her. However, because of what Arya been through, she doesn’t trust her judgement when it comes to men and lasting she is looking forward is to get involve with someone. Of course Harrison makes it super hard to say no. Thanks to Harrison’s tenacious behavior, they start spending time together which helps Arya slowly start trusting and opening up. However, both Arya’s past issues and Harrison’s insecurities takes them to a bumpy ride. It was inspiring to see them overcome their struggles.
I love and really enjoyed to see how Kelly Jamieson expresses the importance of the family since the beginning of the series. I am really curious about Asher’s story, I really want to understand why he didn’t want to play professional hockey. Was it because he really didn’t want to or because he thought he wasn’t good enough to compete with the family legacy? But I think I need to wait a bit to get that story. From how this book ended, I think Jackson is the next Wynn, we will be reading about. Also, I am really curious about some of the Condors players like Archie and Bergie, do you guys think maybe Kelly Jamieson will make a surprise and start a new series for Condors?
For the Win was a sweet, inspiring, funny and emotional read that I couldn’t put down until I was done with it and I went back and re-read it again 🙂 I cannot wait to read the next book of the series.
- Would I recommend this book: Yes
- Would I re-read this book: Already did 🙂
- Would I read future books by this author: Yes
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e-ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Kelly Jamieson is a USA Today bestselling author of over 40 romance novels and novellas.
Her writing has been described as “emotionally complex”, “sweet and satisfying” and “blisteringly sexy”. She likes black coffee, white wine and high heels…and of course cheering on her Winnipeg Jets during hockey season!