Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, RomCom

Review – Tomboy by Avery Flynn

Tomboy; The Hartigan’s #3 (Series)
by Avery Flynn (Author)

This review is from: February 3, 2019 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Heat Level:🔥🔥🔥🔥

Tomboy is fun and the story is refreshing. I like how both Fallon and Zach deal with the pressure of the #TeamZuck and the instant stardom of their new relationship (although at first fabricated mostly by social media) they didn’t let it rule their lives. We live in a world that is dictated by technology and Tomboy was still a fun, steamy, page-turning story at the end of the day.

Zach Blackburn may be the most hated man playing for the Ice Knights, but he has good reason (or mostly good reason) for his “keep away from me” attitude. He’s been burned by people he should have been able to trust, so instead he now just keeps everyone at arms length, including his fellow teammates. However, when he comes down with the flu and needs some TLC, Lucy, the PR manager calls in a favor to her BFF, Fallon Hartigan a nurse who knows how to handle a man like Zach.

All Fallon wants to do is spend the weekend in a sleep coma, instead she finds herself standing outside the most hated man’s home in Harbor City-Zach Blackburn. She pretty much doesn’t like the man either, as an avid fan of hockey herself, but she’s there merely because Lucy begged her to be. Fallon isn’t a woman who puts up with much so when Zach tries to give her crappy attitude, Fallon isn’t fazed in the slightest. Once he is finally on the mend, she heads back to reality, and Zach miracuously begins playing better that things actually get weird in her life #TeamZuck is born and her life gets complicated.

But if she is going to become the lucky charm to the most hated man in Harbor City, she needs him to do something for her in return. Let the negotiations begin.

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