Should've Known Better

I have never been a fan of hockey. I’ve viewed it as violent, but I have discovered that I like reading the romance books that have hockey in them. I never realized how much work they put in or how much it took to stay up on skates and get strengthened.

I enjoyed Should've Known Better. It’s a good contemporary romance read and perfect for a day of reading.

Sarah has been hurt in the past by her ex-husband and she doesn’t feel pretty, or worthy of someone like Sebastian. She feels like she’s too old and then of course there is the working conflict going on. Sebastian won't give up on getting Sarah where he wants her and Sarah tries to resist him. She loves hockey. She finally has her dream job and doesn't want to do anything to loose it. Sebastian is the young stud hockey player trying to show the big guys he has what it takes to move up from the minors to the majors. He wants a chance to achieve his lifelong dreams. They are both hooked from the beginning and try to fight the sexual tension between them.

Should've Known Better has you cheering the team as well as their relationship. I can't wait to read more about each of these players and how they discover love.

Book Blurb for Should've Known Better

Sarah Jenkins, a math geek and hockey fanatic, is thrilled when the NHL hires her as an advisor for the Buffalo Storm. She gets to marry her two loves in this perfect job.

Sebastian St. Amant is a young hockey player looking to make the jump from the minors to the big leagues. His lifelong dream is within reach, but he needs to convince the Storm’s management and coaches he’s ready.

When Sarah and Sebastian meet, sparks immediately fly. Both want to succeed, but neither can ignore the growing attraction and a relationship is out of the question—Sarah’s an influential staff member and Sebastian’s a player, not to mention ten years her junior.

But the impossible becomes the necessary when they can no longer fight their attraction. As everything crashes around them, the strength of their relationship is tested. Will it weather the storm, or should they have known better?

Night Owl Reviews May, 2013 4.00