My Lucky #13

· Hockey Hotties Book 1 · Piper Rayne, Inc.
68 reviews

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 The one adjective used to describe my entire hockey career. I prefer to call it hard work, at least I did until my game went to complete crap. I haven’t scored in eight games and the team owner is talking about trading me. 

 I’ve never believed in superstitions. Never needed one. I suppose I was “lucky” in that way. But now the best way to refer to me is desperate. I’d wear the same socks for an entire year just to be the high-scoring center I used to be. 

Imagine my surprise when after spending New Year’s Eve with a woman, I score a hat trick in the next game—that’s three goals in one game for you non-hockey lovers. Now, I have to track her down and bribe her to do it again before every game. Get your mind out of the gutter, I’m not talking about it.

 I find her and when I get to know her better, I end up spending more time thinking about her than my game, but she’s made it clear she wants no part of me. She’s going to learn that I didn’t become a professional hockey player without having to fight for what I want.

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68 reviews
C.M Pepper
June 29, 2021
Sweet, swoony and loaded with hockey players. My Lucky #13 is the first book in a brand new series by Piper Rayne. It’s a new genre for this fabulous duo of writers, as they have not tackled the hockey player trope… until now! So, how did they do? Well, let’s just say, my kindle was in danger of overheating. Not just from the meltingly smexy times, but also- can I say-HOCKEY PLAYERS!!! AM I RIGHT??? This is a bit of a slow burner, more so than usual for Piper Rayne, but when you read the story you'll understand why. Aiden met Saige at a NYE party, and wanted to pursue things with her but she declined and threw her drink in his face. For Aiden, who didn’t believe in superstitions, it meant nothing, until he helped his team win their next game. He’d been in an eight game slump, so it’s not difficult to see why he thought that’s how he played so well. Keen to stay on top and not get traded at the end of the season, Aiden is willing to do almost anything to keep Saige pouring drinks on him. Saige has other ideas. She just needs a little persuasion, and Aiden is the man for the job. Watching these two get together was fun. The chemistry was top notch, as was the storyline and the secondary characters. I especially want to see where Tedi and Tweetie go from here. Joran, not so much. But, it’s a challenge for an author/ or authors to take a hated character and redeem them. Others have managed it, so I wonder if Piper and Rayne will too?? Grab this book today and start your next hot hockey series.
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Lynn Reynolds
July 2, 2021
Rating: 4.5 Stars Aiden is frustrated with his current situation. He’s in a business where you can be up one day and down or out the next. Saige is at her office when she gets a rather big surprise. And if you read the story then you’ll see that she gives someone else a surprise. If you’re a sports romance fan then this book may find its way into your library. Our authors always have a way of creating something special between their characters. It also seems like the readers get to be a spectator as to what is going on – both on the ice and off. They make secondary characters as interesting as the first and will leave you looking forward to seeing more of them. These two are a great pair and one I always look forward to what they have created. Ms. Peachwood is great in helping me understand who the characters are from Saige’s point of view. Mr. Clarke does the same with those characters from Aiden’s point of view. They also do a great job in creating tension and heat between our couple. They are the reason why I liked this version just a little bit more than the book. Our narrators got me to laugh when one was needed as well as shake my head when I see an unbelievable moment. They also made me sad when the book came to an end. I also fell in love with a secondary character named Tedi. She’s both a good friend and a voice of reason. I’m left looking forward to the next book since this is only book one of the Hockey Hotties series. I’m also looking forward to what other narrators may be coming to bring the series to life. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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Jackie Wright
June 25, 2021
Wow What can I say about Piper Rayne’s first hockey book apart from they nailed it!!!! My Lucky #13 is the first book in the Hockey Hotties Serues and if Aiden and Sage’s story is anything to go by they will certainly have another hit series on their hands from small towns to hockey romance this dynamic duo know how to please their readers. As you would expect this book has it all from swoon worthy heroes, strong sassy heroines, some sizzling chemistry and some laugh out loud moments we get it all. This story starts with hockey superstitions and the fun begins right there. Aiden knows Sage should be off limits because she is on a date with his agent and friend but when she throws a drink in his face and his next game is hockey perfection he knows he needs to keep her around. Keeping her around means getting to know her better and that means feelings come into play so will this couple get the HEA they both deserve. Guess you need to read the book to find that out. This book ticked all my boxes, I fell hard and fast for Aiden, I adored Sage but it was the friendships and interaction from the rest of the team that took this story to another level. Can’t wait for the next instalment from Hockey Hotties.
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