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Review: Lucas (Cold Fury #8) by Sawyer Bennett

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Lucas! Lucas! Lucas! Can you hear me chanting? This was so awesome! An excellent addition to the series. I cannot get enough of the Cold Fury men!

 

 

Review: Lucas (Cold Fury #8) by Sawyer Bennett | About That Story 

Lucas (Cold Fury #8) by Sawyer Bennett 



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The Carolina Cold Fury hockey team is stacked with hotshots. But when a new player joins their ranks, he learns that even superstars can’t go it alone when it comes to love.


Lucas Fournier is only serious about one thing: hockey. The league’s fun-loving charmer, Luc is always up for a good prank or a great lay, and he has no intention of settling down. But being traded to the Carolina Cold Fury—and to play alongside his big brother, Max—is no joke. With another title in sight, the last thing Luc wants is to let his new teammates down. To succeed, Luc will need to keep his head in the game and the most . . . er, demanding member of his anatomy in check. But when temptation hits, Luc hits back harder.


Museum curator Stephanie Frazier has always put business before pleasure, which just about explains her nonexistent sex life. But when Stephanie meets Luc at a champagne-fueled gala, she finds herself flirting like crazy—and going home with the uninhibited athlete. For one night, she learns what passion is all about. She just never counted on the little surprise Luc leaves behind. And that’s when things really start to get . . . interesting.


Sawyer Bennett’s New York Times bestselling Carolina Cold Fury series can be read together or separately.



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4 out of 5 stars

This was one of those books where I was immediately all in because there was such a fantastic start to the story. I loved meeting Lucas and Stephanie and I was excited for everything to play out and get to know them. I loved learning all their ins and outs, found it entertaining to read, and enjoyed it all.


Lucas and Stephanie were so fun and sweet. I loved their playfulness and flirting and their hot sexy times. I liked the situation that was presented to these two thanks to the little present Lucas left behind. I thought Lucas was amazing. I loved how patient and caring he was. I liked Stephanie a lot as well, she was strong and independent but she was also slightly frustrating and stubborn. I loved learning her history and got why she was the way she was, but I couldn't wait for her to get to her moment of clarity.


I thought the writing was great and I enjoyed all the details and development. Lucas and Stephanie share a lot of ups and downs, a bit of drama, and I could feel that tension and emotion between them. Loved the first half, the second half was good but Stephanie was stressing me and tensions ran high and it started to feel a bit drawn out because of it. I was dying for my HEA! I like how it ended but it wrapped up a bit to quickly for me.


As with every other book, I loved seeing the Cold Fury players and their significant others woven into the current story. It’s a great added element. I really liked meeting some new players as well. I'm extremely curious about Van and Simone and am excited for their story.


This was an awesome, entertaining read full of ups and downs, tension, emotion, hotness, and love. All in all it was a great read and a wonderful addition to the Cold Fury series.


Complimentary copy received for honest review.

 


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Cold Fury Series Reviews

Alex (#1) | Garrett (#2) | Zack (#3) | Ryker (#4)

Hawke (#5) | Max (#6) | Roman (#7)



I keep saying it and I’ll say it again – this series is totally addicting. So, tell me… what is a series that YOU think is totally addicting? I need more of those in my life. Let Me Know!




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