28 November 2015

Book Review: The Final Move (Hometown Players, #3) by Victoria Denault

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Format: Kindle 
Publishers: Forever Yours
Published: 8th December 2015
Pages: 288
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Sport Romance
Main Characters: Callie, Devin
Date Read: 14th November - 17th November 2015

Rating Given:
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Synopsis:Hockey legend Devin Garrison thought he blew his shot. But his relationship with Callie Caplan just went into overtime.
Sexy, rich, and one of the biggest stars in the NHL, Devin Garrison has always been the one who had it all. That is until his marriage falls apart and he realizes he has to start over. If he's honest, there has only been one woman who ever really excited him-Callie Caplan. They shared a night that was hotter than the late-summer sun, but in an instant-Callie was gone, pretending it never happened.
Callie Caplan isn't the wild child people think she is. It's true she's avoided relationships, but only because she's seen how crazy love can be. And her messy, imperfect life is crazy enough without opening her heart to a man-even one as picture perfect as Devin. But when fate brings them back together-just as they need each other most-Devin is determined to convince Callie that what she's feeling is real. And this final play may be their chance at forever . . .

I received a review copy from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

I think out of this series this cover is my favourite as it looks more dramatic with the use of colour it really does make me want to pick this book up.

I was a bit nervous going into this book as the previous book was no were near as good as the first one so I was scared that this one was going to be even worse than the second book but thankfully this was just as good maybe even better than the first. From the moment I picked it up to the very last page I was hooked, I just loved every single minute of reading this book. I haven't had much time to read this month yet I was still able to get through this one quickly as it was an easy and quick read. What I loved the most about this book was the romance and the way it built up through out the story, it wasn't like they fell in love straight away and I think it was because they where friends/family before they where together. The ice hockey was a great addition to the story, there may have only been a bit of it in the story but I still loved it. As for the ending I loved it as everything was cleared up and I felt like it was the right ending for Devin and Callie.

With this book being a part of a series I feel like we have gotten to know all of the characters well. Even though we have met the two main characters I feel like we actually didn't know them at all. Callie has so many different levels to her character and I loved seeing all these different sides to her as it made her feel real. Devin is one of the ones that hasn't really had much of a presence in this series but boy do you feel his presence in this book which has made him my favourite brother. I loved seeing more from each of the previous main characters as it was nice to see where they are now.

Overall, it was an amazing end to a brilliant series and I can't wait to read a new series from Victoria Denault.