Review: Hawke by Sawyer Bennett

I received a copy via Net Galley in exchange for a honest review.

Having read and loved books by Sawyer Bennett and having already had my eye on the sexy hockey players in the Cold Fury Hockey series, I was ecstatic to read Hawke. This is the fifth book but my first read from the series. It is a standalone and I didn’t feel like I had missed out on any key components of the story line but by the end I was ready to go back and meet Alex, Garrett, Zack, and Ryker and learning more about these gorgeous athletes and the women who snare their hearts. Hawke and Vale bring raw emotions to the surface. Their story is full of passion, gut wrenching loss, past hurts, and sorrow but above all

Hawke Therrien is a sexy hockey athlete on his way to the top and has recently become a member of the Cold Fury. After having his heart broken seven years ago, he has put all of his time into pursuing his career and partying. That is until he is face to face with the reason for his heartbreak. Angry words are exchanged, desires ignite, and boundaries are crossed. Hawke is beyond hot and wears his heart on his sleeve no matter how cold he wants to seem. You kept help but fall for this stubborn, foul mouthed, muscled man and his kind heart.

Vale Campbell has truly faced heartbreak in her short life and has managed to survive. When she encounters the man that she loved so deeply but ran from so many years ago, she is unsure if her heart will survive. Vale is brash, vivid, loyal, and above all else, brave. She inspires admiration with all that she has endures and continues to go through during the story. Even with the new toned down look and lack of piercings and wild hair, she stands out in a crowd.

Sawyer takes us to the to the depths of heat out on the ice with a couple who was always destined to be together. Vale and Hawke’s story is the epitome of learning to let go of pain and betrayal, offer forgiveness and move forward. I highly recommend for lovers of second chance romance and men who know how to make the plays both in and out of the rink.


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