Tanner Bennett hates weddings. They just remind him that he simply isn’t cut out for any kind of healthy, committed relationship—never has been, never will be. After getting rejected by the girl he thought was “the one” all those years ago, he made a huge mistake and married the wrong person. Now that the divorced heartbreaker has reluctantly agreed to be a groomsman for one of his NHL teammates, the last thing he expects is a chance at redemption with the one that got away.
After Marc Dupuis of the Chicago Aces hires wedding planner Katelyn Medford, she discovers that her big break comes with a twist: a reunion with her college sweetheart. The way she dumped Tanner still haunts her. Eight years—and three broken engagements—later, Katelyn knows she’ll never have that kind of innocent, wide-eyed passion again. Still, she and Tanner soon generate enough body heat to burn up the sheets. And even with Tanner’s career with the Aces up in the air, Katelyn’s wondering whether the time is right to let him in for real.
Another good hockey book about a player Tanner Bennett who does not like weddings. He is at one of his teammate’s home who is planning for their upcoming wedding when he meets their wedding planner. She was his girlfriend in college, Katelyn Medford. They are awkward at first and by seeing one another has brought up feelings in the other one that they have not allowed themselves to have in a while. There are issues from their past that they must deal with, along with his fear of commitment. I must say Katelyn does not make it easy for him to even think about leaving her this time or even thinking that she will not follow him. The love story between them is good, along with the wedding from his teammate, and the birth of the baby from the last book, and one last surprise at the end from a player from one of the other books. Overall a very good book with wonderful characters, good hockey story, and even a Gordie Howe hat trick which is always good. I got this book from netgalley. I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com