Caught By Elise Faber

Series: Gold Hockey Book 15
POV: Dual 3rd Person
PoP: 64%
Tropes: Instant Connection; Slow Burn; Damaged Hero; Damaged Heroine; Sports
Rate: 4/5 Stars

I have to give Elise Faber credit for the way in which she told this story. Charlie and Kacee are two people who have been broken down by their pasts. Kacee is struggling to survive but is doing it one step at a time. Charlie is reeling from a bad relationship, but is afraid to let people in and talk about it. They meet when Charlie basically runs Katee over, and they have an instant and intense connection. Kacee tries to keep Charlie at arms length, but he won’t allow it. I really like this about Charlie until I don’t. Kacee let’s down her walls and lets him in, and while you think that he does the same, he keeps A LOT close to the vest! There is a moment that happens that you want to cry for Kacee because she puts herself out there, and gets destroyed. Yes you can understand the reasoning behind it once you find out some truths when it comes Charlie, but at the same time you want to yell at him because she bares her soul and he is scared. When they do come back together, it is an emotional and well written interaction that you can’t help but love. This is one of my favorite stories in this series because of the way in which the Gold family comes together and show their love and support as a whole.