Tuesday, September 6, 2016

[Review and Release Tour] Winning It All by Victoria Denault



Winning It All 
By Victoria Denault

Hometown Players #4

Release Date: September 6th, 2016 

Publisher: Forever Yours 

Genre: Contemporary Romance

All's fair in love and hockey. . . As his team's enforcer on the ice, Sebastian Deveau is America's favorite fighting Frenchman. But he's just as likely to get into trouble off the ice--especially when it comes to women. Shayne Beckford is so over hockey. It ruined her parents' marriage. It spoiled her brother's dreams. And let's not even talk about her college boyfriend . . . So when Sebastian Deveau walks into her brother's gym, she has no idea who he is. All she knows is that he's one gorgeous man with the sexiest accent she's ever heard. And since she never has to see him again, she lets him give her the best orgasm of her life right on top of the gym's dryer. But Sebastian isn't going to let this one-night stand get away so easily. He fights for what he wants, even if it takes fighting a little dirty . . . More in the Hometown Players series: One More Shot Making a Play The Final Move


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**4.5 stars**
This was my first book by Victoria Denault and it did not disappointment. It's not secret that I'm a sucker for hockey romances, but add in a second chance love and it's even better.

Jessie is a strong female lead and I'm glad the story was about her. Being in love with your best friend is hard, especially when after 6 years of watching him man whore around, you still love him. She hasn't ever really had it easy, but knowing she's achieved what she has by herself and for herself makes the story even better. When her former best friend and love of her life come back into the picture, she wasn't sure she could give him a chance again at anything, let alone a friendship. Jessie is one of my favorite female leads as a character because of her strength and deter maroon to succeed and not get hurt. 

Jordan, Jordy, has only loved on woman his entire life. He has only ever cried over one woman. Because of this, I loved him. He wasn't a saint by any means, but when he realized what he wanted he stops at nothing to get there. Even if it means he might screw it up all over again by shutting her out.

I loved their story. I loved the sense of family that is portrayed in this book, because it meant that family isn't just blood. I can't wait for more of the Hometown Players series!  

       About Victoria Denault
Victoria Denault loves long walks on the beach, cinnamon dolce lattes and writing angst-filled romance. Before focusing on writing novels, Victoria was a journalist and a stand-up comic. She's also an avid hockey fan who cheers more than one team and has a thing for play-off beards. Victoria grew up in Montreal, Canada but has lived in many major cities across North America. She spent her childhood summers in Maine and adult summers in Spain. She’s now happily settled in Los Angeles with her husband and their two chubby Chihuahuas.  

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