THE SWEET TALKER (Boston Hawks Hockey #1) by Gina Azzi 
Release Date: January 27th     
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Blurb: I’ve sworn off hockey players. Until the pregnancy test turns pink. Noah Scotch is revered in Boston, a veritable god on the ice. I’m a nerdy, newly minted college professor who would rather color code my planner than hit the club scene. Noah shouldn’t look at me twice but when he does, I falter. Who can blame me? The sweet talker with the deliciously chiseled abs and sinful chocolate eyes is a force. On and off the ice. One hot and intense night with Noah has me second guessing my lack of a dating life. Friends with benefits? He offers, I dive in headfirst. Growing up in a hockey family, I know better than to get serious with a player. But the more time I spend getting to know Noah, the more my intention to keep things casual rings false. Now, I’ve got a hopeful heart and a baby on the way. I just need to tell Noah. But when I do, will I end up with everything I never knew I wanted? Or on my own?       About the Author: I’m Gina Azzi, a book-obsessed, coffee-drinking, globetrotting, mama of three! I write sweet with a dash of spicy New Adult and Contemporary Romance full of good men putting in work to win the hearts of even better women. A total Jersey girl at heart, I struggle with insatiable wanderlust and currently reside in Ontario, Canada with my family. When I’m not dreaming up storylines or writing all the words, you can find me hanging with my littles, attempting to bake, or planning my next adventure.


Well what a magnificent way to start a new series!! This was such an easy book to read. Noah & Indy’s story just seemed to have the right amount of angst, sexiness and relationship ups and downs that make reading romance novels so very special for me time and again.

I was first drawn to this book because of the sports romance aspect. Admittedly the sports side is quite minor to the whole story, and usually this would not make me a very happy reader. But the romance side of the story was exceptional and honestly by the end of the book, I realized that their romance couldn’t be written any other way.

With the epilogue basically being a teaser for the next book I honestly don’t know how I can wait until March to read it. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book. 


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