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Review: Shut Out by Kelley Jamieson

The Bayard College hockey team isn’t where Jacob Flass thought he’d be a season ago. He was a rising star in the Canadian major junior league, cruising toward a spot on an NHL roster—until a single disastrous night on the town brought it all crashing down. Now he’s out of options, except for playing well, studying hard, and staying away from the opposite sex. He’s not supposed to be flirting with the most intriguing woman he’s ever met. But how could he possibly stay away?

Skylar Lynwood’s freshman year of college was a disaster. This semester she’s working hard to get back to the grades her parents want to see, and she’s dealing with her painful memories by doing volunteer work. There’s no place in Skylar’s life for parties, fun, and arrogant jocks—until Jacob melts her resistance with his easy charm and rugged smile. The deal he’s offering could be a win-win: a fake relationship that will keep him out of trouble and her secrets safe . . . if they can keep their hands off each other

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I would like to thank NetGalley and Random House Loveswept for providing me with a copy of this book so that I can bring you this review.

Thought I read this book some time ago and forgot to place the review I want to say its not because I didn’t enjoy the book. On the contrary I loved it. I loved how Kelly Jamieson was not afraid to deal with a topic so many kids in college are dealing with. False accusation are not something that we should take lightly, but at the same time we need to make sure that all those accusation are investigated in detail. I can’t wait for the next book that will deal with more issues that we need to look at. I am loving these books.

I give this book 5 intense kisses…

Happy Reading… Adri

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