Miller "Buck" Butterson has been banging his way through life ever since a puck to the face fixed his messed-up front teeth. After five years in the NHL, deflecting goals on the ice and scoring them with puck bunnies, Miller has decided he's ready for a girlfriend. A real, nonbunny girlfriend to take on dates and not jump into bed with after five seconds of conversation.
Miller thinks he's found that woman in his teammate's sister. Except, unlike team captain and all-around nice guy Alex Waters - who happens to date his stepsister - Miller's media reputation as a manwhore is well earned. Beyond that minor detail, Miller doesn't know the first thing about relationships or the time and effort they require.
Miller learns - eventually - that if he wants to make Sunshine "Sunny" Waters fall for him, he's going to have to do a whole lot more than show her his stick skills in the bedroom.
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"Perfect audiobook to embrace the Yeti"
*SIGH!* I love all the Pucked Men but my favorite of all of them is Miller. He is sweet and perfect! I love the way he loves. What started as a revenge move, more like a thought because once he spend a little time with Sunny he knew she would be the girl he wanted to be his girlfriend, quickly moved into something more meaningful and challenging for him. He had to change a lot to prove everybody he was worth Sunny’s love and I’m so happy he could accomplish it.
Obviously Miller couldn’t do it all by himself, he had the help of Queen Violet and his best friend Randy. Love all my beloved Pucked Characters.
I love the conversarion with Miller and Sunny af the end, the conversation that solves the drama!! *Not saying, it's a spoiler*
Embrace the Yeti
Joe Arden has the perfect voice for Miller. It’s smooth and slow. It has the strength of Miller’s personality but also shows the vulnerability of Miller’s in certain situations in this book. Joe’s inflexions for Sunny were so great, translating her sweet personality and when they were having sex, it was so sexy and perfect. I seriously loved this audiobook as much as I loved the book. 100% Recommended.
"No Puck Up Here"
Romantic comedy at its best! Just like book one in the series, Pucked Up was laugh aloud funny with quirky characters and flirty dialogue. The addition of some more serious issues grabbed at my heartstrings. Then add in the hot sexy romance and the book was perfect. Pure entertainment with the talented narrator... this book was no puck up.
"5 thumbs up"
I'm actually in love with this man! I expected this book to be from 2 first person points of view, but just being from his made it different.....and wonderful!
I really love it!! The story was perfect and the narrator was Who sold it. Great voice Joe Arden!!
this book was all sex. also using the word puck(ING) for the F-word, just annoying. I get that is the title, but give me a break. there was no connection between the characters. h goes off with an ex but H doesn't mind, even after all the pic's of them all cuddled up together. H meets up with h and it's all sex and hardly any talking. another bad pic and h runs off with ex again after H gets punched and is bleeding. with the H, at least you understand the misunderstandings with his pic's. h is a stupid little girl and the whole vegan thing just made me roll my eyes. then h & H get back together after a few words and start having sex. I wish the H found a more worthy girl for his love. no man, no matter how much in love, would ever be okay with his woman running off with her ex twice. there is no words of how bad this book is.
"I might be in the minority, but I enjoyed this better than the original Pucked."
I have to say I delayed on this story, because as much as I loved Pucked, I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy Buck's book. I didn't know if I would be able to be attracted to Buck, commonly referred to in Pucked as "the Yeti". The image in my head wasn't exactly all that hot! But I really do think I enjoyed this book even more than Pucked (even though that one had me laughing my butt off). Who knew that Buck was going to be Mr. Sensitive? Sonny was a little bland as a character, but the storyline was good and I loved meeting Randy in this book and can't wait to dive into his story next.
I was really disappointed. Not because of the 1 sided pov but it was not like book 1. I know it shouldn't be the same but the intensity. Hope book 3 is better.
"My Two Pennies"
I enjoyed Miller aka Buck story very much. The way he really tires to shake the "ladies man" category everyone puts him in for Sunny is so sweet. She's of course hesitant at times but Buck doesn't give up. Their story had me laughing so hard at times I was tearing up. It's great to still hear about the rest of the group, I like that this is book is about Sunny and Miller and we get to hear what happens between them. I for one will think twice about outdoor activities that's for sure. I enjoyed getting tidbits on the others in the group too and will be moving along in this series to book three. This is my unbiased and voluntary review.
"Joe Arden was the only thing good about this book."
I'm not "pucking" hard to please, but this book was terrible. Especially the female characters. I rolled my eyes the entire time. Returned it!!
"Funny and sexy!"
I enjoyed this audiobook, in which a dyslexic hockey player who has been known to go through "puck bunnies" like crazy is romancing the sister of a teammate Alex (who is the one in the first book who seas romancing the hero's sister). Buck/Miller is really trying to put his bunny chasing past behind him. Sunny is afraid to trust him because of how he had been in the past, and he's really trying to convince her that he's a new man since he met her. The audiobook is full of humor and entertaining.
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