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This second Wynn Hockey romance gives us Taylor and JP, and comes with all the wit and fun that I always love about Kelly Jamieson's books. That said, this one didn't grab me like the author's other books have. It was a bit repetitive and lagged at times, and I get that JP's guilt was a big part of the story, but it got to be a little much after a while. Don't get me wrong, the story is still good, I just didn't get into this one like I was hoping or expecting. I think some of my problem lay with the romance. I just didn't feel it with these two, at least for the first half of the book. Nevertheless, the story does have its shining moments, including a hilarious Christmas gathering, and JP and Taylor did eventually grow on me as a couple. We also get more of the whole Wynn clan, and that's always good for some drama. So, while this may not be my favorite Kelly Jamieson book, it is certainly worth the read, and I look forward to whatever comes next for this crazy family.