Love hockey romance novels? You do not want to miss the Hot Off the Ice series by A. E. Wasp! Each of the (so far) 4 stories covers a different player, coach, or individual associated with a fictional professional hockey team. I seriously give all of them at least 4 or 5 stars and will be putting this author on autobuy from now on! Keep reading for a brief synopsis of each story and a few of my own thoughts as well. Check out my reviews of books by VL Locey for more sports romance books and my gay romance book series category for more reading material this weekend!
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Love Hockey Romance Novels?
Read the Hot Off the Ice Hockey Romance Novels by A. E. Wasp
Series: Hot Off the Ice
Author: A.E Wasp
Publisher: Kelpie Press (September 21, 2017)
Genre: M/M, Contemporary
Heat Rating: Average Rating 3
Star Rating: Average Rating 4 1/2
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City Boy (Hot off the Ice #1)
All Bryce Lowery knows how to do is play hockey. He’s been playing professionally since he was fifteen. Twenty years later, he’s rich, famous, tired, and alone. And possibly gay according to his ex-wife.
*My thought: Loved the characters in this one, although I think I got to understand Dakota better than I did Bryce. Wasn’t 100% okay with the ending. I wanted them to choose a different path than they did but it was still a wonderful happily ever after. Plenty of gay discovery sex which was incredibly hot and well written but took a back seat to the story itself. Great little blurb about fate and the way life hands you just what you need at the right time in your life.
Country Boy (Hot off the Ice #2)
The first time Paul Dyson met Robbie Rhodes, they ended up naked in Robbie’s bed. The last time they met, on the ice the morning after, Paul punched Robbie in the face and called him something he’d rather not repeat.
*My thoughts: Probably my favorite of all the books. Touched on some in depth ideas about religion and homosexuality and what it means to be family. Secondary characters were very well developed and I was loving these two guys together, both emotionally and physically.
Boy Toys (Hot off the Ice #3)
Betrayed by first his body and then his girlfriend, Liam O’Reilly, assistant coach of the Seattle Thunder, is not having a very merry Christmas. So when a smoking hot hockey player in a Santa suit offers himself up like a present begging to be opened? Well, it’s a freaking Christmas miracle.
*My thoughts: This was actually the first of the Hot Off the Ice series that I read. They are all standalone stories but since a lot of the characters are crossovers in other books, they really do tie together quite well. It was a very light and fun sort of story…plenty of laughs and embarrassing moments and family fun with just right right amount of passion and deep emotion to tie the whole thing together.
Skater Boy (Hot off the Ice #4)
Skater Boy is a story about falling in love with your best friend. It contains discussions about baby poop, day drinking, girls’ night out, and the purchase of a mini-van.
*This is a really sweet and sexy friends to lovers story. I loved Sergei and how protective he was about Alex. Alex, on the other hand, frustrated me to no end with his willingness to stay with the jerk he started the book seeing. The two main characters have a wonderful friendship and their physical relationship is sexy and sweet.
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