“I might not know how to move forward from this or what it means in the grand scheme of things, but … And that’s enough to make me feel incredibly happy.”
The last year and a half has been a whirlwind! Kitty Valentine has been writing different tropes to stay relevant. But it’s an emotional toll. It’s everything behind the scenes, where her heart is dragged through the mud. Kitty has come to both love and hate the spinning trope wheel: Kitty Valentine Dates a Hockey Player.
Guess who loves hockey? The infuriating, fascinating, annoying, sweet-when-he-feeks-like-it guy across the hall. However, Matt and Kitty= platonic friendship. Sad trombone! Wah, wah, wah! Say, what! Matt isn’t just some hot guy, they’ve become close. He’s creeping into her heart. Lock. That. Up. Kitty! Will Matt help Kitty out or will he point her in the direction of a hockey player? I adore this series! Kitty’s grandmother and Peter’s second-chance romance is darling. True-abiding love. So do you think the next book will be Kitty Valentines Dates her Hot Neighbor? I do! Out of all the KV books my two faves have been cowboy and hockey player. Bring on Santa! Readers who enjoy romantic comedies such as How To Lose A Guy In 10 days and Carrie Bradshaw fans will fall for Kitty Valentine. (and Matt Ryder).
BIG thanks to Jillian Dodd for giving me the opportunity to dive into an advanced reader copy. ??
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