Seattle Sharks Reviews

Seattle Sharks Reviews

As many know we are all suckers for hockey romances over here. I had Grinder by Samantha Whiskey on my wish list for a while and then saw book two was coming out and there was an arc sign up. So of course I dove into Grinder and was fortunate to receive an ARC of Enforcer. I really liked both and they are both 99 cents and in Kindle Unlimited!


Gage McPherson was the Seattle Shark’s best Grinder, until he shattered his shoulder last season. Time heals all wounds…but the heartbroken single dad has more than his share of trust issues. The playboy only lets one girl close to his iced-over heart—his pint-sized daughter who’s the center of his world. She’s the only thing more important to him than hockey, and he trusts no one with her…except me. We’ve been friends since we were kids, and I love his daughter like she’s my own, so what’s the easiest solution to help Gage out? Move in and be his live-in nanny for the season. As far as she goes, the arrangement is perfect. But her drop-dead-sexy father? Frustrating on every possible level. There is a thick, professional line drawn between us by his own hand, and despite understanding the terms, my body is practically begging him to cross it. Our chemistry is off the charts, but one misstep, and we could hurt the one person we love most. This game is all-or-nothing. Can I risk my heart on a guy who is known for the shut-out, on and off the ice?

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amanda's review

I am a sucker for hockey romance and I happened upon Grinder a while back and decided to read it with the next one coming out soon. I was nervous going in for whatever reason, but I was happy by the time I finished. I really enjoyed the storyline and the up and down with Gage and Bailey. I would’ve thought that would have bothered me, but it worked. I adored lettie and loved how important she was to both of them. The book gave me more feels than I anticipated by the end and I love that! I adored the end and I am looking forward to more Sharks!


As the Seattle Sharks number one Enforcer, nothing means more to me than hockey. I live and breathe the game.

But when my short-temper gets me into one too many late night brawls, Coach threatens to bench me if I don’t clean up my act. It’ll take more than me changing my nightlife—the media needs this bad boy to go good.

Paige Turner—the gorgeous, off-limits best friend of my bro’s fiancée—has the solution.

About to take over as acting CEO of her family’s multi-billion-dollar corporation, she’ll have to sign a morality clause basically kissing any wild-life she wanted goodbye. Her proposition?

I, Rory Jackson—the panty dropper and bed hopper of the Sharks—give her an exclusive relationship for three entire months. Her wholesome image will only brighten my dark one in the press’ eyes, and I can help her check off some wicked naughty tasks on her very specific dirty-girl bucket list.

If I screw up and get arrested again, she’ll lose everything she’s worked her entire life for, but what terrifies me most? At the end of the three months, I won’t want to let her go, and with that morality clause—she can’t keep me.
ENFORCER is a standalone hockey romance with a sexy, guaranteed HEA.

For a limited time, this book also includes GRINDER, another sexy standalone Seattle Sharks Hockey romance!

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amanda's review

I really like Paige and Rory, I enjoyed the kind of opposites attract they had going on. I liked the storyline, there was times I thought it would go one way, but went different. I enjoyed them as a couple and thought their chemistry was very strong. I have really liked both Sharks books and definitely recommend them!


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