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Taking a Shot (Play by Play) (Inglés) CD de audio – Audiolibro, CD

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"Jaci Burton's stories are full of heat and heart." ---Maya Banks

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The last thing Jenna Riley needs is more sports in her life. While her brothers are off being athletic superstars, she's stuck running the family's sports bar, whether she likes it or not. Then, in walks pro hockey stud Tyler Anderson. As much as Jenna would like to go to the boards with him, she's vowed to never fall for a jock-even one as hot as Ty.Ty, intrigued by the beautiful bar owner, becomes a regular. He senses that Jenna wants to do something more with her life. And as he gains her trust, the passion between them grows, as does Ty's insistence that Jenna should start living for herself. With his encouragement, Jenna starts to believe it, too.But first, Jenna has to figure out what she wants, what she needs, who she loves, and if she has the passion and pride to take a shot at having it all-including Ty.

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ok story, others have been better 12 de junio de 2016
Por Miss Kay - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
Book three of the Play by Play series is probably my least favorite so far. Other reviewers have complained that there is no conflict in this novel. There's very little conflict, I agree, but there doesn't have to be conflict to have a good story. This is more a story showing the evolution of a relationship, not a story of conflict destroying a relationship and having to bring it back together.

All in all, it wasn't a bad story, I just felt like both characters made too big of a deal out of some little things (Jenna doesn't date athletes. Tyler thinks she will judge him for coming from a broken home with a dad who he thinks is a jerk - I kind of wanted more of a story about his dad being a jerk than we got).

Good writing. Steamy scenes. Also, I listened to parts of it through audible and the narrator was once again wonderful.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ty and jenna 4 de agosto de 2016
Por Maryesther - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I can't get often of this two people who hadn't want to fall in love but diud any ways love love this story
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Hot sex, no conflict. 10 de marzo de 2012
Por SJ Markowski - 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.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pleasantly surprised. 9 de agosto de 2015
Por Katie_editor4u - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle
Growing up around sports--including two older brothers who are professional athletes--Jenna Riley is sick and tired of being surrounded by it night and day. Running her family's sports bar is slowly eating away at her and she's sick of it so when hockey pro Tyler Anderson starts making moves at her, she tries to shut him down cold. But as Ty relentlessly pursues her, and they get to know each other, Jenna begins to see that the life she has isn't what she wants but is terrified of doing what she wants. And it isn't managing the family business.

I liked Jenna, and she really made the book for me. She was sassy and tough but still vulnerable. She develops from using her family's business to harbor secret dreams and it was well done as it progressed to her taking control over her life and pursuing those dreams. Ty was a really well written character--by no means as interesting as Jenna but he was a nice compliment to her character. There were several sweet, emotional and funny moments and overall, it was well done. However, Jenna's reason for not dating Ty was lame (but even she admits that later on, so I can forgive it) but I liked how Burton didn't go the conventional route with Ty. It's a very easy read that takes no time to read because everything is laid out and you don't really have to think about it and all loose ends are neatly tied up.

Before this book by the same author, I tried reading The Perfect Play (1st in the Play-by-Play series) but had a hard time getting into it. I had the same issue with this book--the first three chapters or so are awkward and not very enticing but then once you get past that, the story was more engaging. It's structured with alternating POVs between Jenna and Ty but mainly from Jenna. The transitions were good but sometimes repeated thoughts or assumptions each of the characters were thinking. Sometimes, if it was Jenna's perspective it'd suddenly switch to Ty's midway through, which was really jarring and a no-no. A few editing typos or wrong word usages were distracting as well. Burton excels at sex scenes but towards the last third, it was in every chapter and it took up half the chapter. It got to be pointless and a bit boring.

Overall, I liked this story enough to want to read more in this series and from this author.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 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.