BLINDSIDED BY VICTORIA DENAULT
Moo U Hockey: https://hearteyespress.com/wotn#/moo-u-hockey/
What if Romeo wore hockey skates, and Juliet was raised on a farm next door?
As a life-long Vermonter, there are three beliefs I’ve always held true:
- Our family farm is everything
2. Hockey is a close second
3. The Todds next door are our sworn enemies
But this season will test everything I stand for.
I have an illicit side job that could cost me my hockey scholarship. And now Maggie Todd knows my secret. She’s waiting for the right moment to use it against me. But every time I face off against her, I learn things I shouldn’t want to know. Like how deeply her competitive streak runs, and how sexy that is. And how easy it is to make her blush… everywhere.
An Adler and a Todd cannot be lovers. Breaking that rule is like pulling a pin on a grenade–everything in my life could blow up. Can we surrender to these feelings… or will our families’ feud make us its next casualty?
Tate and Maggie were unwilling participates in their family drama. Their families had a standing feud for years and couldn’t tolerate the sight of each other and it has been going on for generations.
Tate and Maggie’s story has some Romeo and Juliet elements, I mean if they hard neighboring farms in Vermont. They are supposed to be enemies, but come to find out maybe there’s more to each other than they originally believed. These two and their families were hilarious.
It took a bit but these two argued as much as they were funny. This book was more of rom com in my opinion. It had its moments, but it wasn’t heavy emotional it was a funny read with family members still stuck in the past. Some came around especially when Tate and Maggie made their relationship public.