I love getting lost in the Assassins world! For a few hours I can get lost in the world of these hockey-hotties and their lovely ladies, and just enjoy.
If you have read the previous books, you should remember Wren, the Assassins team psychologist. She really has gotten herself into a bind, and knows just the man to help her.
Jensen *insert googly lovey eyes*. Oh how I adore that man. He has adored Wren her whole life, loved her half of his, and except for a pesky ex has been true to Wren - even if she hasn't realised it.
Wren doesn't need a man, she is brash and bold and take charge - except for now when she really needs a hubby.
I adore her, I really do, but I have to say that for a lot of the book I didn't like her. I wanted to shake some sense into her, wanted to yell at Jensen to run run run just as fast as he can - in the opposite direction to Wren.
My heart broke for him over and over as Wren's actions and words hit him full force. I really, really don't know why he stuck around truthfully. I know, I know I sound jaded, but she really did irk me so much! And if she didn't want him, I would most certainly take Jensen off her hands!
I loved that we got more of the lads and lasses from throughout the series. I freaking Love Vaughan so much in this story!
In The Crease is sweet and funny and frustrating and sexy and a little bit of everything else. I will say that Wren did redeem herself to me - eventually!
I absolutely love Toni Aleo's Assassins Series and this has to be one of my favourites. I believe. It could be easily read as a. Standalone but knowing the characters makes it even better. The plot was great, the writing was amazing and all the characters gorgeous.
Wren finds herself in trouble and alone, she calls on her brother's best friend's for hep, they are the only ones she can share her secret with and count on. Jensen has loved Wren since he met her 15 years ago, he now has his chance to show her and hope she reciprocates. This book is full of family dramas, ex dramas but most of all love dramas.
Reviewed for Amo's Book Corner.
I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.