Review: Loud Mouth

Loud Mouth (Ice Knights, #3)


I never meant to say a word, not one single word.

But I did.

And now, because of my blog, everyone knows that Ice Knights hockey star Ian Petrov’s best friend and fellow player is actually his half brother—hello, hockey Hall of Famer dad who couldn’t keep his jeans zipped.

That wouldn’t be such a big deal if Ian knew. He didn’t, and boy howdy is he pissed. And who is he most mad at? Oh sure, he’s upset with his dad and former best friend/brother from another mother, but most of his ire is with me. It’s definitely a case of hating the messenger.

And what could make it worse? How about the two of us being trapped together in a remote cabin after a massive blizzard. Neither of us can leave. Just us, the snow, his resentment, and OMG sexual tension so thick it would take a snowplow to break through it.

I’ve got to get out of here before I do something even dumber than I’ve already done and kiss the sexy, snarly grump with his misplaced anger and perfect pecs. That would be the worst, the absolute worst. That’s why I’m not going to do it. Nope. Really. So why can’t I stop imagining what it would be like?

Each book in the Ice Knights series is STANDALONE:
* Parental Guidance
* Awk-Weird
* Loud Mouth

Rating: 5-stars


Loud Mouth by Avery Flynn is a fun romantic comedy. The entertainment started with the first chapter. A secret is found out in a way that devastates two hockey players for the same team. They need to get their heads together and soon before their match begins. A woman blogger is cast out and hated for the secret leaking. Only she didn’t leak it. Someone overheard her phone call with her very loud mother in the bathroom. Who knew things could go so wrong so fast? But hey, this writer is just setting up…both the heroine and hero end up in the same cabin. Snowed in…that’s where it gets interesting and even more funny by the second.

The hero reminds me of a grizzly that only grunts and you have to decide on what he means every time. The heroine and her voice and nice laugh…made for a god contrast against the hero, Ian. Such charming characters…and the other hockey player, Alex was a great guy too. I loved how he came in to save the day between Ian and the heroine. Also, I loved how Ian stepped up and played the protective brother and from that moment onward, the two hockey players were two happy brothers and best friends again.

The romance between the blogger and grunting hero heated the pages with fire. It was intense, playful, and raw. Everything was well-done and well-crafted. Avery Flynn’s books are a must read for all romance fans. Her world of fiction engages me with every page. I could not put the book down.

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