Rookie Move

Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen

4 second chance stars!

“If you want to keep breathing, don’t ever call the love of my life a bitch.”

Rookie Move is the story of Leo Trevi and Georgia Worthington. Back in the day they were high school sweethearts very much in love, until a tragic event rocked Georgia’s world and she broke up with Leo on graduation day.

Now six years later Leo has been drafted into the NHL, and to the very team that Georgia works as the PR representative, the Brooklyn Bruisers. After six years of not even speaking, the two already know they have left too many things unresolved. But Leo knows that Georgia is the only woman he has had this kind of connection with, but it’s up to Georgia to decide if she wants to be back with Leo as well.

I have yet to read a Sarina Bowen book I haven’t enjoyed, she has a way of hitting my sweet spot when I didn’t even think it was there. Second chance romance is also my favorite romantic trope, and I loved Georgia and Leo’s story. There was a lot of depth between them, probably because of their past history together, but even through the book I could feel the pull between the two of them.

For those of you who read The Ivy Years series, there are familiar faces, but this book is not a part of that series as this is adult romance and the other series was very much new adult. I do wish we had seen more of Leo and Georgia’s relationship as teens in flashbacks, but otherwise this was a wonderful romance story many readers will love and enjoy.

Plus, I cannot wait for the next book! I am excited for that characters story.

“You and I don’t have one-night stands. We have forever night stands.”

ARC provided by publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

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