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Rookie Move (Brooklyn Bruisers Book 1) by [Bowen, Sarina]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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Romantic and hilarious, Rookie Move will hook you from page one. Nobody does hockey like Sarina Bowen. --Elle Kennedy, New York Times bestselling author of the Off Campus series
Deeply emotional, incredibly sexy... --Washington Post
Sarina Bowen is a fantastically gifted storyteller. --Lorelei James, New York Times bestselling author
"Engaging characters, a well-handled plot, and simmering sexual tension make this laughter-tinged second-chance-at-love romance a hot, lively read."--Library Journal

"This sexy read is the first in Bowen's Brooklyn Bruisers series, and it tackles the popular sport-romance genre with ease, promising more fun Bruisers novels to come."--Booklist

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2334 KB
  • Print Length: 335 pages
  • Publisher: Rennie Road Books (6 Sept. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01IE2VHMU
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #93,122 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was my first book by Sarina Bowen and it certainly won’t be the last.

From what I know, both the protagonists had part in other book/s from the author but this can certainly be read as a standalone since I hadn’t read any previous books and it didn’t hinder my enjoyment at all.

This was such a good read! The hero was sweet and the heroine really strong and I just really loved them together. This was one of those second chance at romance with your forever love!

Georgia Worthington is the acting PR manager of the Brooklyn Bruisers. Georgia is determined to be the permanent PR manager of the team and to do that everything has to go perfectly especially for his first press coverage. Her press day starts with her coach father and her boss arguing over the new player and ends with the new player declaring his love for her to the media.

Leo Trevi is the new player on the Brooklyn Bruisers Team. He has finally made to the NHL and thinks that everything is turning going his way when he finds out that not only is the coach his ex-girlfriends, father who he doesn’t want him in the team at all. Plus the team is not very welcoming either.

Georgia and Leo haven’t seen each other in over six years but they haven’t forgotten each other at all. I mean Leo still thinks of Georgia as his love. Georgia and Leo were high school sweethearts and they were blissfully in love but when tragedy stuck and Georgia decides to break things off with Leo thinking it was for the best, but leaving Leo confused and broken-hearted. It was obvious to anyone that both Leo and Georgia still loved each other.

Being around each other after so long brings about strong feelings of attraction and love which were never quite buried by either of them.
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I bought this book because it was on sale for 99p and written by Sarina Bowen. It didn't disappoint naturally! Although, I wasn't a fan of Gigi high school past.

This book is a second chance romance. It's a hockey based story with lots of swooning moments. Gigi and Leo were high school sweethearts. 6 years later they end up on the same team and time hasn't changed a thing. Things are about to get hot and heavy.

4.5 stars out of 5. If you like ice hockey romances, this is for you. Sarina Bowen is one of my favourite Authors and she always delivers.
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Enjoyed it mostly but really didn't like what happened to Georgia. Sarina's books are great because the women are actual real capable people and the 'female protagonist as victim' is a horrible trope in certain kinds of romance novels and I really didn't expect it from her. It was dealt with well re repercussions with family etc but I think it spoiled the book for me.
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Amazing story about 2 kids who loved each other and meet up later in life. Loved every minute of this book and I had to keep reading to know what happened. haha.
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Rookie Move is the first standalone book in a new hockey series from Sarina Bowen. These are pretty much all my key words so it stands to reason this was one of my most anticipated reads of the year! It was everything I was hoping for and so much more. The Brooklyn Bruisers series is a spin off from Sarina's Ivy Years series so we got to glimpse some of the characters from that series. Everyone is good!

Most of the books I read and want to read are New Adult, recently though I've been reading contemporary romance which is a slightly newer direction for me. Luckily I've only read excellent examples of contemporary romance so far and Rookie Move is the latest! I loved it!

Rookie Move is a second chance romance which is a trope I'm starting to really love. Leo and Georgia were high school sweethearts and become reacquainted six years later when they both find themselves working on the same hockey team.

There were a few years old misunderstandings between the some of the characters that as the pages I had read way outnumbered the pages I had left to read I worried were not going to be resolved. This book had a wonderful and wholly satisfying ending. I couldn't be any more thrilled with the new series already.

There's a whole hockey team of staff and players that made this book so excellent! I can't wait for the next books in this series to see who falls for who so I can fall right along with them!
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Sarina Bowen is an author who has consistently and repeatedly been the source of much entertainment this reading year. Bittersweet and Steadfast were fantastic novels from her True North Series, and now with Rookie Move - The first novel in her Brooklyn Bruisers series - she really makes it hard for a girl to pick her favourite stand out hero.

If you’ve read The Fifteenth Minute you’ll know that Leo Trevi is the older brother to my hockey husband, Daniel "DJ" Trevi. Although it’s not necessary to read TFM first, it’s actually here that the first nugget of Leo and Georgia’s story is told. Like a good little bookworm I bookmarked that piece of information in hopes that one day their story would be told.

Rookie Move takes place six years after the high school sweethearts last saw each other. It’s a new and exciting time for them both. Leo is called up to play for the Brooklyn Bruisers and unbeknownst to him, Georgia’s career is taking off as the teams PR representative. If you thought it’d be a warm and fuzzy reunion, you’d be wrong. It’s fraught with uncertainty, but the undeniable recognition of their lost soul mate is ever present. The anticipation combined with their familiarity made for a romance that instantly had me rooting for it.

Gorgie is determined to keep her distance and maintain only a professional relationship, but Leo however has no doubts and is unwavering in his determination for a reconciliation. I found him an adorable hero and couldn’t help but laugh at his PR gaffes which were the constant source of Gorgie’s headaches. Once again Sarinas blend of endearing heroes and strong heroines make for addictive reading. Rookie Move is effectively a second chance romance. Although their love great the first time, the second time is even better.
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