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Vancouver Wolves Hockey Romance, Book 2
Narrated by: Madeleine Dauer, Alex Kydd
Length: 11 hrs
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Summary

He's a professional hockey player trying to survive on his new team. I'm just trying to survive.

I'm down to my last dollar. I live day-to-day in a world that doesn't care. Despite my bad luck, I'm a fighter. I never give up. I never stop trying.

Ryan Parker's wealth and generosity sets him apart from anyone I know. Yet, I don't trust him. It's nothing personal. I trust no one. But when my bad luck takes a turn for the worse, one person shows up. Ryan Parker.

I do not understand why he bothered because the guy has enough of his own issues to deal with. But I don't have a choice. I need him. It's a matter of survival.

His friendship changed everything. It changed me. I started to believe in myself. I allowed myself to trust. And for the first time, in a long time, I felt my heart beat again.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Odette Stone (P)2019 Tantor

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love love love

I came across these books by odette stone and wondered how much I would like them. i fell in love with her writing style, she is witty, funny great at emotion and sucks you in straight away. I am going to have to re read them again as their is only 2 of them atm but am waiting with bated breath for the next installment 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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  • Mary E. Haley
  • 24-06-19

Story: good. Narrative: awful

I had a large number of audible books, and have never understood why anyone would want to change the speed—until now. Male narrative is so slow, I had to go to 1.25 for the Ryan chapters, and switch back to normal 1.0 for Zoe. Pretty much a pain. And while the story is good, it was a little too long and drawn out.

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  • Jennifer Thorsen
  • 07-11-19

On the edge

Just love this author/ series. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series. Always get me winding what will happen next and never disappointed

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  • Chris
  • 02-10-19

OMG

Absolutely the best book I have heard.
will definitely be listening to it again.

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  • JamieKoep
  • 22-08-19

A little slow...but worth it

I enjoyed this story. Sweet and slow. But there were moments when I was frustrated at the slow pace. The male narrator was a bit intense. But I still enjoyed the story.

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  • Devyn Seippel
  • 21-08-19

Loved!

I have listened to this twice since getting it a week ago! I even got the other book after listening to this one!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-08-19

Disappointed

I really was disappointed after listening to the audio book “Home Game: Vancouver Wolves Hockey and the story between Zoe and Ryan. Their love story was disappointing, more lust than love. I did love Krista and her directness. What I did not like was all the vulgar language. I’m not a prude, I’ve be around the block or two. I felt like the F word was used too much therefore degrading the love that was forming between them. Not once did I Ryan and Zoe talk about making love it was always having sex or f**king.

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  • V. Foxe
  • 19-06-19

I love this book

Enjoyed this book very much. Plan on reading more by this author. She is great

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  • Archer
  • 12-06-19

Better Narrators Maybe?

I actually read this book before I listened to the audio version, and maybe it's just me, but I guess I already had their voices in my head of what they would sound like … and it was not these two narrators. The male narration was - well, weird at times. Unless there was some action scene like a fight going on, he talked way to slow and almost sounded like a creeper. The female narration, while it was better, really lacked in relaying the emotions … so a bit robotic maybe? And her male voices, other than Micah (sp?) who was Russian, severely lacked. The story itself was alright, like I said, I had already read the book so I knew what it was about. I think that the narrated version of this book made Zoey seem more air headed and dumb for a lack of a better word, than the written book did because of the way it was narrated as opposed to the way I narrated it in my head when I was reading it. And Ryan definitely was not such a whiny voice in my head. The story itself is a good one - a cinderella start to the fairy tale ending, but there is a lot of frustrated eye rolls in there and a few are you kidding me's too. I am beginning to get more into the sport themed background of books, so this was a good side story in the story. All in all it was just ok. If you are just desperate for something to get lost in, this book is long enough to do the trick - if the narration doesn't put you to sleep first.

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