I had the pleasure of getting an advanced copy of Forever Pucked by Helena Hunting to read and post a review and Helena didn’t disappoint. Alex and Violets story is my favorite one from the Pucked Series so I was all to excited to find out there was a second story dedicated to them. This book is much like the other’s in the series, funny and romantic, with a little bit of sappiness. I loved it. You can’t help but fall in love with Alex, a Canadian boy from the Toronto Ontario are, and Violet a quirky girl from Chicago.
This book is about Alex and Violet’s happy ever after. If you’ve read any of the other Pucked books, you know Alex and Violet are engaged but Violet breaks out in hives every time anyone mentions anything to do with setting a wedding date and planning a wedding because of what happened at her mother’s wedding when she was 17. That is until something big happens that makes Violet realize she’s ready to finally commit to a wedding date. She is so in love with Alex and wants him to be her forever.
If you like a good romantic comedy this book is for you. I highly recommend this book and any of the other 3 books in the Pucked series. It’s an easy read that will make you laugh so hard your crying.
I would like to thank Helena for the opportunity to read and review Forever Pucked before it’s released to the public. Below are links to pre-order. It will be released March 29th.
Below is the synopsis of the book taken from Goodreads.
Being engaged to Alex Waters, team captain and the highest paid NHL player in the league, is awesome. How could it not be?
In addition to being an amazing hockey player, he’s an incurable romantic with an XL heart, and an XXL hockey stick in his pants. And he knows how to use it. Incredibly, orgasmically well. Alex is the whole package and more. Literally. Like his package is insane. Total world record holder material.
So it makes complete sense that Violet Hall can’t wait to nail him down to the matrimonial mattress and become Mrs. Violet Waters.
It’s so romantic.
Violet is totally stoked to set a date.
Eventually. At some point. Likely before the next millennium. Or when Violet stops getting hives every time someone brings up the wedding, and their mothers stop colluding on stadium sized venues. Whichever comes first.