Natasha KILLED it with this novel. I could not stop reading. I got it as a surprise in the mail and I am SO lucky to have gotten it and now I will cherish it forever.
This book is so full fo swoon you are lucky it doesn't explode as you read it. ALL THE SWOON GUYS.
I was hooked as soon as I started. I was in love with them and rooting for them from the start. I shipped the HEA from the start and once I knew it had a chance, I was 100% here for it.
This is one of those reads that grips your heart and you just can't stop reading. From the heart to the tears to the OMG moments this book was everything.
I love a book that has just enough drama and twists to make your all even harder for the H&h and this one did that. Natasha brought out the best in these two characters and you get to read their story right as they live it.
Perfection. A top 6 star read for me.
From USA Today Bestselling Author comes the fourth book in the This Is Series.
Becoming a teen mom at sixteen was not what I expected, but then again, neither was being a single parent. Still, I wouldn’t change my past because that boy is my world.
Hockey is the only thing my son seems to care about, so I work two jobs to make sure he can play. I’d do anything to make sure he doesn’t suffer because of the bad decisions his father made.
When he won a whole summer of hockey training, I knew in my heart he was going to have an amazing time.
What I wasn’t prepared for was meeting his new summer coach.
He was magnetic, powerful, and a player—in all forms of the word.
If my life had taught me anything up to this point, it was how to avoid making bad decisions, and Justin Stone was the definition of a bad decision.
I could never be a woman his family approved of. Even if I wished I could be.
Growing up as the son of a hockey God is one thing. Growing up as the brother of a second hockey God is another. I had big skates to fill, so it was a good thing I loved every second of it.
Summer was my off time, my time to let loose, but when they ask me to coach a hockey camp for underprivileged kids, I couldn’t say no.
But when she walked in holding a little boy’s hand, my heart stopped beating. Or maybe it started for the first time.
They were a package deal, and I knew this—wanted it more than I’ve ever wanted anything. It didn’t take long to realize that no matter what happened,
I would do anything to protect them.
She is the only one I want to be with.
When push comes to shove, I have to prove to everyone that this is my choice, and This is Forever.