Monday, March 26, 2018

The Code by RJ Scott writing as Rozen Scott

Series: Ice Dragons, 1
Author:  RJ Scott
Publisher:  Love Lane Books
Genre: MF, contemporary
Pages: 143
Reviewer: Redz














Publisher’s Blurb
Loving his best friend's sister goes against every code he knows, but one kiss is all it takes.

Defenceman Ryan Flynn’s life and career is defined by the codes of hockey; friendship, respect, leadership and protection. A call from his best friends sister ends up with him taking her home and it’s all he can do to remember that she’s off limits. Doesn’t matter that she’s too much of temptation for a man on the edge, he promised her brother he wouldn’t go anywhere near her.

Kathryn Lecour has been in lust with hockey player Ryan Flynn since she was first laid eyes on him. The problem? Ryan is her brother’s best friend, bound by a complicated code of chivalry both on and off the ice.

Will Ryan, the hard man of the Dragons ever see her as anything more than his best friend’s little sister? And will Kat be able to tame the Dragon with ice in his heart?






Review
The Code by author RJ Scott writing as Rozen Scott is a MF romance with a lot of heart and soul in it. I loved the sweet nature to this romance.  This is the first book in the Ice Dragons series.
Ryan is part of the Ice Dragons hockey team.  Friendship, loyalty, respect, and leadership. Along with protection that is the code he lives by. When he takes his best friend’s sister home and starts to feel more than just friendship for her, well that code is tested. Is love more important than the things he holds dear?
Kat: always has wanted Ryan. The problem being his her brother’s best friend and that code of friendship will not allow him to think of her other than his best friend’s sister. But when she finds herself in trouble, Ryan is the man who can help her. She just must persuade him that loving her does not mean giving up his code.

This story made me want more. I want more of the team, more of the people that fall in love. Just well written and kept me turning the pages and wanting more. Which is something for me cause sports themed romances are not usually my thing, but I loved this one. I would read more in this series for sure.


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