Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Leagh's Review: Time Out by Jill Shalvis

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Class: How to Drive Him Crazy
Instructional program for women unexpectedly facing the totally dishy guy from their past. Everyone welcome!
NHL coach Mark Diego’s plan to spend his off-season volunteering in his hometown goes awry when he learns that not only is he coaching teenage girls, but that the program is coordinated by energetic (and five feet two inches of trouble) coordinator Rainey Saunders, his childhood friend—and the woman he could never stand to see dating any other guy….
When their tempers flare, Mark and Rainey discover their fireworks don’t just burn angry—they burn very, very hot! But that’ll just sweeten the victory. Because Mark always plays to win. And with Rainey, he’s planning on playing very dirty, too…

This was a truly amazing book. It was funny, sexy, and a lot of fun to read.
NHL coach Mark Diego’s team has gotten themselves into trouble. In order to punish them and make them earn their spot on the team he is taking them home to his hometown to do community service.
Rainey Saunders needs coaches and needs them bad. She works for the local community center with underprivileged teens. When her softball/baseball coaches show up, she cannot believe her eyes. Never in a million years would she think that when her best friend said he was bringing in coaches that he would bring in his brother, the one man she is struggling to forget.
These two are freaking hilarious. Rainey is a 5’2” ball of fire and Mark has no problem trying to put out the flames. The only problem is, when the two of them are together, putting out the flames is the last thing on either of their minds. Mark is tall, dark, rich, and dangerous to her heart but she just can’t help herself, she is drawn to him. The chemistry is HOT, and the banter and dialogue had me cracking up the whole time. There really isn’t one big problem with this book and I think that is why I liked it so much. It is very realistic and the way Mark, Rainey, and the players work with the teens and help them really touches on the heart strings.
In my opinion this book has all of the elements of a fantastic read, humor, heat, and a fantastic HEA. A definite must read.

For more information on Jill Shalvis and her books, visit her website HERE

1 comment:

  1. This was a great read! I love to read Jill's books. Thanks to your review, I'm sure others will read her who haven't before.


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