INTERFERENCE (Pilots Hockey #3)

INTERFERENCE                      SOPHIA HENRY

Linden Meadows doesn’t back down from anyone, especially if her family’s involved. So when her little brother’s new hockey coach benches him in the middle of a game, Linden lets him have it. She also notices that the coach is way hotter than she expects, but Linden won’t let herself get burned by another athlete. Been there, done that—and had a kid at seventeen to show for it.

When Jason Taylor isn’t taking abuse from hockey moms, he’s patrolling the streets as a member of the Bridgeland PD. After Jason pulls Linden over for speeding, he begins to see that there’s more to her than a big mouth . . . or a lead foot. Their chemistry leads to good company, intense conversation, and an intimacy that pushes beyond the boundaries of friendship. And yet Linden’s decision to keep her now three-year-old son, Holden, is a painful reminder to Jason that his own mother gave him up for adoption.

Linden’s sure she’s found the man to round out their family. But when Holden’s deadbeat dad forces his way back into the picture, Jason starts to back off. He needs time—to heal, to grow, and to love with all his heart.
 

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This is the third book in this series and you do have a few characters from the other two books. First Auden who found out long after her mother passed away that she had an older brother that the mother had given up for adoption. They find and met each other in the first book. This story is about Jason her brother, but also from a family that after they adopted him had two natural children them took in foster kids, and now not wanting to be empty nesters adopted twin boys who are now 12. A big family but he is still dealing with feelings of being discarded by his birth mother and does not think he is fit to be a father or in a long term relationship. He moved from Detroit to Bridgeland in order to get more experience as a police officer which he was in Detroit, but was looking at a layoff. This way he could get time on the job, experience, so he could move back to Detroit. Besides police work, and working out at the gym he spent the other time coaching a youth hockey team. He played in college and a little in minor league, but knew he would not make the pros like his brother London which the second book is about. During the game he sits one player and swears at him at the same time a women walking by says watch your language coach. He has noticed her before at the games and thinks she is his mother. Wrong, sister. Linden Meadows has been fighting to barley stay above water living with her mom, brother, and three year old son which she gets no support from, but a judge still granted the father visitation. The father who was a local football star has never taken responsibility for his son, and is always late, is a total f- up but his dad allows it for some reason. He has no job. Any way Jason meets Lindon officially a few nights pulling her over for speeding. He lets her off when she says she has a family emergency, but follows her to her house and she asks him why he is following her and he says since she had an emergency wanted to see if he could be of assistance, or call for an ambulance. Frustrated she says no and storms into the house. A few nights later he shows up where she works and sits at her station. He brought his mother and though she is busting his chops she likes him and his mother, and agrees to go out with him on a date. She has not gone out or anything in 4 years. Just work, school, and most importantly her son. She has a good time and they continue dating, but each one of them have things they need to work out together and he needs to come to grips with the idea of his birth mom throwing him away like dirty cloths. She helps him with this but he is still scared. The story takes you through four months and you as a reader are hoping he pulls his head out of his ass. I will say I do like the part of him taking care of Holden’s deadbeat father. I also like her dealing with the adoption issue. Because no matter what being adopted myself there are always things you must work through. This was a good book going along with the first two books, but you don’t need to read them to read this one. I got this book from netgalley. I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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