Halftime by Kim Findlay

 


Release Date: 04.26.2021



Synopsis:


There’s no halftime in hockey, but maybe there’s one in love…

Drunk dialing your girlfriend to tell her that you didn’t really cheat is a bad idea--a lesson Seb Hunter learned the hard way. It was no surprise when she cut him completely out of her life. Now he’s finally moved on, and he’s looking forward to sophomore year at Moo U. Until his ex arrives on campus.

For goalie Faith Devereaux, cheating is a hard pass. She grew up knowing all too well how destructive infidelity can be. She’s gotten over Seb and picked the college of her dreams. The fact that he’s a student there will not be a problem. Hockey is her priority. Not guys, not dating, definitely not exes.

But when an exhibition game forces them into close proximity, it isn’t long before their old attraction flares. Regaining trust is hard, though, when the heart plays a good defensive game.

But when the goal is love, one more shot might be all they need. 


Review:


Sebastien Hunter is a hockey player at the Moo U, he didn't expect to see his ex girlfriend on the same ice during the freshmen workout. Faith Devereaux is a goalie for the Moo U women team, she’s just arrived and she really wished to not meet her cheating ex boyfriend but that was inevitable because they share the same facility.
Will this be the begin of an awful year or will they try to be mature and to talk things out?

I liked this second chance at love story, even if I was skeptic the hero could redeem himself after cheating on his girlfriend but in the end I was glad I have given him a chance.

Faith and Seb share this deep connection that allows them to understand each other really well, they go way back, they feel at ease talking about their families’ problems, that’s why I can’t believe it took so long to find out what doesn’t work in their relationship. At times the lack of communication between them is unnerving but I forget they are still so young.

I was invested in their journey since the shocking beginning, I hoped they could overcome their issues and find some happiness together.
I liked to see them growing up as a couple and as individual because only knowing ourself better we can build up a stable and healthy relationship.

Halftime was a good story and a quick read I recommend it.




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