* Review * FOR THE WIN by Kelly Jamieson

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* Review * FOR THE WIN by Kelly JamiesonFor the Win by Kelly Jamieson
Series: Wynn Hockey #4
Published by Loveswept on March 3, 2020
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Harrison Wynn
Even though I’m the oldest player on the farm team, I’m playing my heart out this year to prove that I have what it takes to compete in the NHL.
Everyone expects me to live up to my dying hockey hero dad’s legacy, but my chances are receding every season.
What I need is to focus, but the team’s new yoga instructor is a major distraction; I’ve had my eye on her from the first time we met.
Except she’s not interested—okay, maybe actively disinterested—since I accidentally dumped her into the ocean during our paddleboard yoga class.
How can I prove to her—and to the NHL—that I’m worth taking a chance on?

Arya Ross
Men are the last thing I need in my life.
Yoga is my priority; it helps me center myself and heal my soul.
But I can’t turn down the once-in-a-lifetime offer to be the personal yoga instructor for the local hockey team.
Sure, there are some cute players—including Harrison Wynn, who seemingly won’t take no for an answer, and whose boyish smile and sexy charm are hard to resist.
He seems genuine, and I wonder . . .
Can I put my past behind me to start a future with him?


A sexy hockey player with a gentle soul! With the fourth book in her always exciting Wynn Hockey series, Kelly Jamieson brings us Harrison’s story and it more than satisfies!

Harrison is sweet, sexy and just downright nice. He just wants to live up to his family hockey dynasty name and play for the NHL, but his luck keeps leaving him on the farm team time and again. Maybe this time will be the ticket to the life he’s always dreamed of. He just needs to keep his head in the game and off of the yoga instructor who he knows is “the one” from the first time he lays eyes on her.

Arya is an easy character to get behind. She’s trying to live her best life as she heals from a past trauma and tries not to let it continue to control her, but it’s hard to know who to trust. This hockey guy seems nice … but can she trust her own judgement anymore?

I highly recommend this book and the entire series. It’s not only high impact hockey, but heartfelt romance and a bit of ongoing family saga along the way. I’m really enjoying it and looking forward to the next book!


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