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Hot sex, no conflict. 10 de marzo de 2012
Por Sarah Jones - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle
I have enjoyed Jaci Burton's books in the past...I really liked the second book in the series, Changing the Game (A Play-by-Play Novel), and thought Elizabeth's character arc was really strong. I have come not to expect much in the way of serious plot or emotional angst in Burton's books, but they're entertaining and sexy, so I preordered Taking a Shot. This book takes a lack of conflict to a new level. Sure...the sex is hot, but the characters are totally uninteresting. The heroine's "problem" with the hero was that he plays sports, and so do her brothers. Meh. That's not a problem. A problem is being hurt by a sports figure in the past or something. In this case, it was honestly that she was secretly into music and not sports. I found myself thinking: What? Who cares? he's attractive and funny and your family loves him, so what is the problem? And that's just the thing. There wasn't a problem. I got to 20 pages from the end and realized that I had never once cared whether these two really ended up together--in part because there was never any doubt that they would.

The sex is hot, so it gets 2 stars, but that's the last time I spend 9.99 on a Burton book.
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Jenna who has given up most of her life for those she loves but when finally given the chance to live her dreams is afraid 7 de marzo de 2012
Por Bookaholics Reviewer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda
Taking a Shot by Jaci Burton
Contemporary Romance -March 6th, 2012
4 ½ stars

Taking a Shot, is the third book in the author' Play by Play series. This series is about the Riley sports a family who own a sports bar.

Ty Anderson is a star hockey player who has his sights set on the lovely Jenna Riley. Jenna is managing her family sports bar since her father's heart attack. Ironically, she knows everything about sports and is surrounded by hunky men everyday but wants nothing to do with men in sports! Jenna is also tired of working at the bar but feels obligated to hold the cherished family bar together since her father's heart attack. She has put her dreams of writing and singing music on hold. So when a handsome and cocky jock name Ty makes moves on her she wants nothing to do with him! Even if he is so sexy she can't stop thinking of him. But Ty didn't become a star without a lot of determination and hard work. And he wants Jenna and knows she is attracted to him! Will they find a sweet and passionate love but will Jenna's fears prevent them from having a happily ever after?

This was a very moving story. Ty is the perfect hero. Kind, compassionate and sexy! He tries to really understand Jenna and wants all of her including her insecurities. Ty has had a hard early life and was able to transform his life in to a successful career. He wants Jenna but not at the cost of her dreams. He is surprised when he discovers that Jenna wants a life outside of sports and tries to encourage and help her. But Jenna is wary and afraid to open herself up to more disappointment. The reader can't but help but sympathize with Jenna who has given up most of her life for those she loves but when finally given the chance to live her dreams is afraid to take the jump for fear of further disappointments. This is a book about taking chances and having the courage to open yourself up to true love.

A heartfelt and tender romance that contemporary romances will love!

Reviewed by Steph form the Bookaholics Romance Book Club
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Yummy! 14 de mayo de 2013
Por T's Book (KT Book Reviews) - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle
A little ice for that cocktail bartender? LOL!

Jenna daughter to sports bar owners has seen enough hot shot over done athletes to last her a lifetime.

Ty saunters right in and blows her away. Like any good alpha male he takes charge and changers her mind. He shows he that she is more than her parents dreams she can be her own dreams. ((love))

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Does the author not know the word athlete? 27 de marzo de 2014
Por srachel - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle
I have to wonder if the author had some kind of mental block on the word "athlete." Everyone kept referring to "sports players." It made me want to bang my head against a wall.

Maybe if the book were otherwise more engaging I could have gotten over it, but it really is my one takeaway from the book.
It's all about the sexy with this one... 27 de abril de 2013
Por Anna's herding cats - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda
There was a lot of quivering in Taking a Shot. All sorts of yummy bits were set a quivering in all sorts of interesting places. Jenna and Ty? Not fond of beds. At. All. If you're looking for a steamy read with pretty awesome characters and a good romance this is one to pick up. And really if nothing else that cover...definitely worth the purchase price.

"If you aren't inside me in two seconds, I'm going to bite you."
He lifted his head to look down at her. "I might like that."

These two were such an entertaining couple and the chemistry between them really dripped off the pages. They played off of each other well too with her snarky I-don't-want-another-athlete-in-my-life attitude and his confidence in getting what he wanted. There's not too much to this one outside of their relationship but it's a fun journey watching them figure it all out.

I loved Ty. He falls into the heroes you want to lick category. Badass hockey player, has a grin that'll make your knees weak, likes to take control and still has a little vulnerable spot that makes you love him even more.

And Jenna was a very interesting heroine as well. She's got tats and dyed hair, piercings in all kinds of places that'd make me flinch like hell in real life but were really flipping hot in this case. She's snarky and a little frustrated with her current life but doesn't have the courage to talk with her family about leaving the family business and doing something else. I loved watching her change throughout the book because of Ty and finding her new path.

I really liked her but Ooo she messes up real good when it came to Ty and all I could think was "bitch move aside! If you don't want him I do!!!" with maybe a little added shoving involved. Oy yeah he's hot and I loved everything about the man. Turns out hockey players really work for me ;) Like I said earlier there was a lot of quivering in this one. The sex scenes are hot and abundant. If you've ever been curious about having sex on an ice rink, yeah, you'll find out how. LOL [this is one that never would have crossed my mind- hello! COLD!]

One of the things, outside of Ty and Jenna, that I really enjoyed about the story was the dynamic between Jenna's family and her soon to be sisters-in-law (from the previous books). The women are all so different from the sweet, gentle Tara to Liz who is bold and in your face calling it like is is. I loved all the scenes with the three of them together. You couldn't help but smile over how they all interacted.

If you're looking for a hot, sexy romp with a decent love story to back it up Jaci Burton is a master and she definitely didn't disappoint with Taking a Shot.