I can’t believe we are already at book #5 in this series and every book has been brilliant. I just adore a sports romance and Sawyer Bennett knows her hockey men!
If you have been following the series, you will know little snippets of Tacker’s story. He was flying a plane that had equipment failure and consequently crashed causing a fatality, Tacker’s fiancé Mary Jane. He has been in a downward spiral for the last 15 months and it’s plain as day from the cover of this novel. It’s hard to think that anything could pull Tacker back from the brink, especially after his car accident but when you meet Nora, you will understand why she works miracles. She is not only the horse whisperer but she has a way with dealing and healing humans as well. She has the gentlest demeanor and compassion that can only come from experience. But don’t mistake her kindest as a her only winning trait, she is also a strong and confident business woman. And as much as I loved her, because I did, I adored Tacker more. I had been waiting impatiently to know more about him and needed to know that he finds happiness again. He may have come across as gruff in the previous books, but Tacker is one of the most loyal and generous men Sawyer has written. Because of his personality, I feel it’s why he is in so much turmoil over MJ’s death. His recovery through therapy is tough and takes him through all the emotions which I felt along with him.
The story plays out well. We get to know all the details of what happened that fateful day and we also learn so much about Nora as well. Their joint experiences and loss only strengthens their bond. The way they both connect with each other is a delight and we see the softer side of Tacker appear. There is no epilogue as such in the book, but it ends in a good place. You can sign up for a bonus scene, which I feel is the complete conclusion.
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