Title: Major Misconduct (Aces Hockey #1)
Author: Kelly Jamieson
Genres: Young Adult, Romance
Release Day: October 13th 2015
ARC kindly provided via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.
AMAZON US | AMAZON UK
Torn over this.
What Lovey wants, Lovey gets.
Lovey’s brother is a pro hockey player and she suddenly just moves with him. What Lovey wants she gets couldn’t be more accurate for this book, Lovey is a spoiled girl that annoyed me like no other even though I got the point of her being this way it was totally annoying. Reading the blurb I don’t know what I expected but not this. From the start Lovey just hits on her brother’s roommate Marc and he refuses her!
Instantly in love with Marc. He was grounded, he was mature but hot and he was not an asshole.
After he and Lovey hook up once he feels guilty for it (being buddies with her brother and all) but Lovey is a little shit and goes after him, after she get’s him and finds out that Marc is a serious relationship kind of guy, she just up and leaves! She packed her bags, told him it was over and that she had a headache and just left the next day.
But Marc still proved to be a nice guy even if her own damn brother is mad at her for basically being a bitch.
Which she totally was.
The majority of this book is a bunch of crap Lovey does. I could actually skip pages and she would still be in the middle of a cooking session or just randomly thinking about taking yoga or going to the guy but never really doing anything or talking about her social media business or photography blog which made me eye roll so much or a detailed bath (can’t remember how many times she described wrapping a towel around her, SERIOUSLY?!) and there even was a ridiculously long scene in which she took a bath and shaved her legs and then moisturized and when she got out and walked to her bedroom in a freaking towel, she left a trail of blood behind since she cut herself during shaving so much – without noticing – that Marc thought she got her period all over the place. I can’t even. I CAN’T EVEN.
And of course the sex scenes.
The directions sex scenes that were almost identical and boring to death.
Honestly, I don’t even know why I rated with 2 stars. For Marc and the french words I still don’t know what they mean.