The Hot Shot (Game On #4) by Kristen Callihan ***

Holy toothache that was sweet. 

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Like almost too sweet.

I have loved this series since book one, so it was inevitable that I find one that I didn’t  like.

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It took me almost a week to read this book, and most of the time I devour a book in a day.

Now before I get into why, this wasn’t a fave. Let me explain why it might be yours. I loved Chess and Finn.

They have an easy banter between them, that kept me engaged and entertained. I loved the way they met. They are also sexy together.

The dirty talk came from Chess which was an interesting take, that I loved.

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Finn is adorable, and love sick.

 It’s not that I didn’t like it because I did, I didn’t enjoy it as well as the others.

I was bored, I don’t know why it seemed to drag on for me, it just did.

There was something missing, or maybe it was just too much sweetness.

I’m not sure if this is as a spoiler or not because we all know the couple is going to have some form of fight, but the fight confused me. I read it twice, like what just happened?

Not my favorite, but it may be yours.

Tonic by Staci Hart

So this is my first Staci Hart book, and it was pretty good. I love the writing. Joel and Annika are two different people, but yet when they come together it’s perfect.

Not to mention, it’s very sexy.

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Joel is all heart, and he is sweet. Annika is all ice.

Annika is the producer of a reality show, and it’s her job to cause havoc, so it’s important that she doesn’t get attached.

Well Of course she does, because well…. Joel.

A tatted alpha/teddy bear.

What’s not to love?

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Oh, and he has a beard.

So why 3 stars? This is reality tv show, and I guess I wanted a more involved backdrop.

Maybe it was because I’ve already read a book about Reality tv  and it was done very well, so that could be the reason. Although I hate to compare books, I couldn’t help it.

Lastly, it was a bit cheesy for me, but if you follow my reviews, that’s common.

So if you’re looking for a sweet book about a tatted hero, give it a try.