Just in Time by Addison Fox
Date Read: August 2013
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Sometimes your past is the only link to your future.
After a rejuvenating trip to Ireland, Avery Marks can’t help her frustration with the pace of her life in Alaska. Back in the small town of Indigo—where everyone knows everyone else’s business—Avery dreams of a bigger life. But with her ex-boyfriend back in town, it’s hard to get the past out of her head.
Drafted by the NHL right out of high school, Roman Forsyth left behind the love of his life to follow his pro career. With an injury sidelining him, Roman isn’t sure how much longer he’ll be at the top of his game. He is sure that he wants Avery just as much as he ever did.
While Roman wants a chance to make things right, Avery isn’t sure she can just forgive and forget. But when their long-buried passion sizzles back to life, they need to escape the watchful eyes of the rest of the town long enough to figure out if it’s any harder to stay together than it’s been to stay apart …
Series: Alaskan Nights #3
Also by this author: Baby It's Cold Outside, Come Fly With Me br> br>
Also in this series: Baby It's Cold Outside, Come Fly With Me
Read for Fun (Kindle)
Overall Rating: 4.00
Story Rating: 3.50
Character Rating: 4.50
First Thought When Finished: I loved going back to Indigo, Alaska! In fact, I wouldn’t mind moving there LOL
Quick Thoughts: I love the Alaskan Nights series. It has a great balance of friendships, busy body grandmas, romance, smexy hot times, and town quirkiness. If you love reads that will make you laugh, are set in small towns with well-meaning *cough* *cough* nosy neighbors, characters that need to whack their heads on something to get a clue, and some really strong friendships that make everything better–then Just In Time is for you. It truly is just a fun romp that will make you wish for snow, ice skating, and in this case, summers in Alaska!
Final Note: Just In Time has one hot hockey player, one hot bar owner (SWOON WORTHY) from Ireland, and a sauna/hot pool room that gets a lot of action. Plus a really sweet side romance that I am really glad that happened.
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