Review – Head Games by Cassandra Carr

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Summary:

Leo Laporte and Scott Schaeffer are teammates on the ice and roommates off it who also share women. They’ve been coming into Kelly Chase’s bistro after games for months, and they know they want her. As the attraction grows, the men realize they want more than a one-night stand – they want forever. 

Kelly’s not so sure. Yes, she wants both men. But a permanent ménage relationship? That’s taking giving her heart away to a whole new level, and a chance she’s hesitant to take. Then Leo is injured and Scott’s on the trading block, and she realizes this may be her only shot at true, everlasting love. 
There are so many questions swirling around inside Kelly’s head. Can she believe in Leo and Scott’s love? And will her business and her reputation survive once people find out she’s with two men?



Carys’ Review:
What is there not to love about two professional hockey players hanging on your every word?


Scott and Leo are goal keepers for a professional hockey team who have set their sights on bistro owner, Kelly. And I must say she is one lucky girl. You have Leo who is the definition of tall, dark, and yummy, and blonde Adonis, Scott. With night and day personality’s you have enough to keep a girl on her toes. Kelly reminds me of the woman next door who has confidence issues. She comes across has very real with the same worries I would have if I was in her shoes.

This book mostly touches on Kelly’s insecurities with her relationship with her two men. They go through their trials and tribulations with hot sex being the one place where they can just let it all go. With career worries and business concerns added to their stress, we see what these three are made of. Plus they made me look at an apple pie in a whole new light!!

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2 thoughts on “Review – Head Games by Cassandra Carr

  1. Coming from Buffalo,I am familiar with the Sabres. The summary and review had me go out and buy the book. I wondered how Kelly made out in the hockey sandwich. I am sure it will be up to Cassandra’s writing standards and will be an enjoyable read.

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