Friday, March 9, 2018

Changing Lines by RJ Scott and V.L Locey

Title: Changing Lines
Series: Harrisburg Railers, 1
Author:  RJ Scott and  V.L Locey
Publisher:  Love Lane Books
Genre: MM, Contemporary, sports
Pages: 232
Reviewer: Redz













Publisher’s Blurb
Can Tennant show Jared that age is just a number, and that love is all that matters? 

The Rowe Brothers are famous hockey hotshots, but as the youngest of the trio, Tennant has always had to play against his brothers’ reputations. To get out of their shadows, and against their advice, he accepts a trade to the Harrisburg Railers, where he runs into Jared Madsen. Mads is an old family friend and his brother’s one-time teammate. Mads is Tennant’s new coach. And Mads is the sexiest thing he’s ever laid eyes on.

Jared Madsen’s hockey career was cut short by a fault in his heart, but coaching keeps him close to the game. When Ten is traded to the team, his carefully organized world is thrown into chaos. Nine years his junior and his best friend’s brother, he knows Ten is strictly off-limits, but as soon as he sees Ten’s moves, on and off the ice, he knows that his heart could get him into trouble again







Review
Changing Lines by authors RJ Scott and V.L Locey is the start to the Harrisburg Railers series. I loved meeting this hockey team. Usually, sports themed romance books are not my thing but this one had me turning the pages wanting more. Well developed characters and sub characters I want more of in the future.
Jared is a coach for the hockey team that Tennant gets transferred too.  He used to play but got injured and is now a coach.  He is fair, good person, and really needs someone to love him.
Tennant he is a complex man. He is the youngest of a family of hockey stars. He is constantly being told how to live his life. He is the only gay one of his family and feels a lot of pressure to be his own person.  He might be nine years younger than Mads but Ten knows his brother’s old friend is the one for him. He just has to convince the man that age is just a number and history makes it better.
Overall a great start to this series I loved the heart and soul in this book and meeting the other hockey players. There is a certain Russian I would love to see have his own story next.  This book has humor, love, and a whole lot more. Well worth the read.



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