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Playing to Win

(The Trouble with Tomboys #2)

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When the boy next door becomes enemy #1.

Tomboy Jordan Parks is used to dealing with guys who think they're better than her. On the ice or off, she always has to prove herself. If she wants to achieve her goal of playing hockey at the next level, she'll have to stay focused. That means sticking to Rule #1- never date a teammate.

It's never been an issue. Until now.

Asher Sloa
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Kindle Edition, 197 pages
Published November 1st 2019

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Kate McMurry
Delightful, G-rated, YA, sports romance!

Jordan Parks is a talented hockey player who lives in Lakeview, a real-life suburb on the North Side of Chicago. Hockey is very big deal in that part of the country, and Jordan’s immediate and extended family are all hockey mad. Her father coaches a local boys’ hockey team for older teens, and Jordan and all three of her brothers have played hockey since they were five years old. Her 21-year-old brother Bobby currently plays minor league hockey
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Vibliophile
Nov 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
(4.5 stars) - ice melting fun!

This was such an entertaining story! Asher gets off on the wrong foot with Jordan, but discovers he has plenty of opportunity to spend time with her on the ice since they're on the same hockey team. Unfortunately for him, Jordan doesn't date team members. However, Asher has a secret weapon!

I loved the way their relationship developed. Jordan was strong, sassy & real. Asher was so witty & swoony, & the way he showed his love for Jo
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Jeff
Nov 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Solid YA Romance. I came into this book unfamiliar with Street, but very familiar with the author of the first book in this series - Maggie Dallen - and this book keeps much of the same feel I am used to from Dallen's work. To the level that it is almost unclear as to whether Street's style is just so similar to Dallen's or if the books were heavily coordinated amongst the authors. Though this isn't a bad thing in any way, and indeed was a bit of a comfort. Overall you can expect a fun, fast pac ...more
Pascale
Nov 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This story seamlessly links to the previous book by Maggie Dallen. The two have similar writing styles and this one pretty much takes over where the previous one left off, albeit with another character being highlighted this time. It’s a fun, fast-paced,clean sports romance and it’s a lot of fun. This is Jordan’s story. Her sport is hockey and her story is well worth the read. I recommend it.
S B
Nov 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Noooo......

I need more of Asher and Jordan! Their story ended way too soon for me. Seriously. Can we make that happen?

Asher is adorable. He's a genuinely nice guy. Who also knows what he wants and will do what he must to get it. Transfering senior year may not have been ideal, but it seems to have worked out especially well for him!

Jordan... what can I say about Jordan. She does seem a little rough around the edges, but she is a sweetheart. (Although, the parking spot thing
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Regina
If jumping to conclusions were an Olympic sport...

...Jordan would sure be competing for one of the medals (though she should probably rather stick to hockey... ;) ).
I thoroughly enjoyed watching her overcoming her insecurities and going for what (and, in the end, whom) she wants. Plus, Asher is just such a genuinely good guy - and him being a talented musician and a gifted athlete on top of that is practically a guarantee for swoon-worthiness, amiright?

Jordan's family plays an important part
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Gianna
Nov 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What a book! That relates so well to those few girls that have so many brothers...
The story is not exactly what I would call "probable". But we can only hope. Isn't it what these books are supposed to provide: hope and satisfactory. Its like the Hallmark Channel, but with more detail and more inserted addiction (if that's even possible).
Even so, its one of the most compelling teenage "Hallmark Channel story" I've read in a while. Had me reading at every free moment of the day. I was
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Sarah
Nov 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Another fun read

Another great read by Stephanie Street. Clean, YA read about sports, boys, and brothers. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Katrina
Nov 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
It’s a TEEN romance. Don’t expect more. I liked it overall
Ryan Embry
Nov 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Great story!

This book was amazing! It was so real and hit on real insecurities that people have in relationships. Great story loved the characters and their love story.
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