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For a chance at the job Isobel must personally coach their newly acquired player, Vadim Petrov through his knee injury to prove her skills. Unfortunately, they have a c 4. That night got Vadim kicked out of the country, back to Russia thanks to her father. The attraction they felt as teenagers only burns brighter now, but Isobel is serious about making her position work, and gaining the respect of the team.
So, no-go with Vadim, even if he is about ten times hotter now! Vadim is back in the States, traded after an injury, back with the Girl with the Blazing Skates. Isobel Chase amazed Vadim and lit up his fires when they were teenagers, and it postponed his US Hockey career. Oh my, a man on a mission I wholeheartedly approve of!
I just loved Vadim! All big and broody, a heart the size of Texas, and a dry sense of humor! I immediately connected with Isobel, too; my heart went out to her and all she went through. Their chemistry was off-the charts, but I appreciated the many layers to these characters as their vulnerabilities were revealed.
Loved the understanding and support between them! Her writing is playful, humorous, and hot! Everything I love in a romance! She brought Vadim and Isobel to life; their their struggles and their highs all felt real to me making their journey towards a HEA a pleasure to experience! A copy was kindly provided by Pocket Star via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.
View all 6 comments. Sexy, steamy, and sweet! So Over You is a sizzling second-chance romance that introduces us to the broody, stubborn, handsome Vadim and the feisty, driven, scarred Isobel as they each navigate the loss of a loved one, familial drama, career-altering injuries, undeniable chemistry and insatiable desire. The writing is lighthearted and fun. The supporting characters are encouraging, loyal, and kind. And the plot, from start to finish, is filled to the brim with longing, lust, emotion, angst, witty banter, and tantalizing romance.
So Over You is the second novel in the Chicago Rebels series and another highly entertaining, thoroughly enjoyable sports romance by Meader who seems to have the formula for writing irresistible rom-coms down to a fine art. Thank you to NetGalley, especially Pocket Books, for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. Jan 13, CC rated it it was ok Shelves: second-chance-not-celibate , safe-with-exceptions , series , hero-history-i-hated.
Just did not feel it. Vadim was too big of a manwhore for me. Isobel was a doormat. Cannot believe she would sleep with him when he was just trying to "make up" for a previously bad experience. I have no faith in his faithfulness. I get he said he would be, but I just was not believing it. And Isobel was going to be a green eyed, insecure, paranoid monster. Not a good foundation for a relationship.
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View 1 comment. Jul 30, Dali rated it it was amazing Shelves: office-romance , second-chance-romance , standalone , series , arc-read , enemies-to-lovers , sports , published , tortured-heroine , contemporary-romance. Sexy, surly, domineering and overprotective alpha males are my new catnip, especially ones with a delectable Russian accent.
So Over You is such a delightfully swoony read with a great balance between heat, drama, and romance. Middle daughter Isobel, wa Sexy, surly, domineering and overprotective alpha males are my new catnip, especially ones with a delectable Russian accent. Middle daughter Isobel, was the son their father never had. The only problem is that the man she needs to train is the one she long ago threw herself at as an infatuated teenager and right after they did the deed, her father banished him to the other side of the world.
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No one should be able to say lovemaking with a straight face and make it sound so… sexy. He should hate her. Many years have passed since Vadim had chased after Isobel though, and the Czar a Pleasure wants for nothing. He has fame, fortune, women who fawn over him. Can he convince to give them a second chance? Sex, for example. I am just a slave to my gender. My offer is still open, you know. I loved the push and pull between Vadim and Isobel, with his domineering personality and her very assertive one, they were sure to create delicious friction.
They both needed to work on their relationship skills, since neither had any experience in the arena but I was a big fan of the couple whose heart and souls were destined to be together. Isobel would be his. Because there was no doubt he was hers. She owned him. It was both infuriating to her and completely endearing, and comical as all get out. She never abuses her influence nor shoves her athletic credentials in your face. It is a standalone contemporary hockey romance. It is also a second chance romance with a fast pace told from both points of view and has a happy ending.
This is the 2nd book in this series. The 2nd half sister's story. Isobel is Clifford Chase's 2nd daughter. He left Harper's mom Harper's book 1 for Isobel's mom when Harper was around 5 years old. While Harper is all business and running the Hockey team, Isobel is focused on the actual sport of hockey. She'd silver metaled in the Sochi Olympics. The title is completely inaccurate. Neither Isobel, nor Vadim are over the other. I read book 1, enjoyed it, but if you started with this one, I don't think that you'd be lost.
I really do reco that you read book 1. Isobel and Vadim meet again. They pretend to have moved on. I absolutely loved how dedicated Isobel is to the Rebels. Vadim was recently traded and they are assigned to work together. Isobel really holds her chin up and implies that maybe Vadim wasn't all that great when they knew each other before. It drives Vadim crazy. He soon realizes that he has a lot to learn. On and off the ice, Isobel coaches Vadim. Vadim really does grow up in his attitude about being a giving lover.
I don't know why, but I love the part when they nap hockey players need to nap before the big game! It just struck me as so tender and warm and fuzzy. There's some humor and sexy banter. Isobel had been her late father's favorite. He had no sons. He pushed her to be a champion athlete. Isobel had not yet let go of her chance at a professional career. I loved Isobel and Vadim's second chance at romance. They are older, both wiser and became friends and developed their relationship. I liked this book even more than book 1. The 3rd book will be Violet's story.
I will definitely read that one. ARC from Netgalley for an impartial review. View all 21 comments. So Over You features a second chance romance with a little twist. Vadim suffered a knee injury, and the team was able to trade for him. I laughed when I learned about their shared history and became caught up in the discussions, chemistry, and back and forth banter. The romance quickly pulled me in wi So Over You features a second chance romance with a little twist.
While this isn't a true second chance romance, it was powerful, sexy, sweet, and memorable. I love that each book has the heroine grow. While Isobel deals with the team, siblings, and her coaching career she also reaches a crossroads when an opportunity to play again arises. Having said that, Meader has me caught up in the overall story arc.
Conditions of a will, estranged sisters, and the hockey franchise have pulled me in. While not bogged down with sports talk, we do spend time with the team and get a sense of the inner workings of the arena and sport. We spend time with the players both on the ice and off. One hockey player is an arse, and I am curious as to whether there is more to his issues.
The next book, which I am assuming is the final book will share the youngest sisters story and the fate of the Chicago Rebels. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer Dec 04, 1-Click Addict Support Group rated it it was amazing. Unbelievably udivitel'no! In love. Bowled over. Flat out, everything about it, in LOVE!
Emotion, love, drama, humour, AND hockey? Unbelievably, Isobel and Vadim took that bar, shook it around, made it their own and raised it even higher…. Funny Vadim was a threat to her heart. The relationship between Isobel and Vadim is intense, rife with heat and anger, guilt and… hope. There has never been a right time for them and this time is no better. It all comes together in a maelstrom compounded by all the sub-plots, parallel plots and new plots that accompany this totally engrossing read… Isobel and her sisters continue to grow their non-existent relationship.
Two steps forward, one step back with wine and tears, and plenty of hugs. Vadim and his complicated family situation plays out amongst blazing hot encounters with Isobel — on and off the ice, and a return to the game that has meant so much to him. I know I will — again and again…. ARGH — I need those stories right now!! Oct 12, Hollis rated it liked it Shelves: romance , sportsy , all-the-lols , contemporary , not-a-bunch-of-twenty-somethings , ebook , lgbtqia , arc , not-all-the-feels-but-some , finished-in-october Hockey is warfare with water breaks.
What's that you say? Another hockey read, another contemporary sports romance, three back to back? Haven't you had enough, Hollis?
Hockey season might be here again but there's no such thing as too much ice time. The fact that you might not see any more in my feed for a while, however, is completely unrelated and nothing to do with me needing a break. The daughter of a hockey great who was not so great when it came to running a team. The woman who can no longer play yet thinks she can offer 'tips' to me. To me! You may have pedigree, Isobel, but there is nothing I can learn from you.
With the added drama of being female owned and having the first openly gay General Manager, life sure ain't dull for this group. After a veteran player infamously known as a jinx, yet who still manages to be a rocksteady centerman, was acquired to hold the team steady and guide them towards being something more than second-worst in the league, management takes another gamble by adding Russian left-winger Vadim Petrov to the mix.
With a massive ego, amongst other things, Vadim is a superstar player who is recovering from an injury and a bad year. And he just so happens to have a rather memorable bit of history with Isobel, middle sibling and current consultant-coach for the Rebels. Why did the lumberjack hotties always go for twigs instead of branches? Did it make them feel more virile to screw a pocket-sized Barbie? Isobel comes with her own baggage in the form of injuries. Once the apple of her asshole-father's eye, she not only holds a silver medal from her win at Sochi but she also made it onto the national team..
A brutal injury carted her off the ice after only thirty-seven minutes of play time and ended her career. Almost ended her life. Unable to return professionally to the sport she loved once she'd recovered, her career took her in a different direction : coaching. But before she can be given the green-light to make it onto the Rebel's coaching staff, despite being part owner, she has to prove she can give the team the results they desperately need.
And her first test is to get Vadim back into shape and get the team to the playoffs. Or else. I'd suggest you quit with the trail of women looking to sit on your.. We don't want to weaken it or any other parts of your anatomy. Keep that up and you won't even have a shot at Dancing with the Stars. Add in the little juicy fact that their one time between the sheets was a complete dud for Isobel which Vad finds out all these years later.. It made for a delicious, angsty, sorta hate-y, chemical situation, made more complicated by the politics once again of an owner -- and coach -- fraternizing with a player.
He would test her. Make her angry and emotional. Make her cry. Because angry, emotional criers were not the stuff of coaches. If she was serious about a career in the NHL, she would hear worse. She would get him game fit. He would get her battle ready. Where SO OVER YOU kind of fell apart for me, or at least failed to measure up, was some of the inconsistencies in his behaviour towards her that I couldn't always write off as just more of the Russian in him.
Sometimes he was rude or inconsiderate, especially regarding the drama of his mother, and it frustrated me that he could be judgmental of her but no one else could. Like, I get that alpha behaviour, but it doesn't mean I have to like it. Also, I hated the tactics Vadim used to back Isobel into a corner. In the specific, spoilery, instance I'm referring to, he did something for her own good, for her protection, but it left a sour taste in my mouth. And yet at the same time I could appreciate his oblivious stubbornness over it, too.
His conviction he was right. But then he'd bust out a Russian-ism or flub something in English, mess up a metaphor on purpose, sometimes! But still. Dick move. My need to prove something? That's all any man's kiss is about.
I understand that all these women have a lot of baggage to work through as a result of their father, plus their own circumstances or struggles, and in this case Isobel was desperate to hold on to some part of her dream of playing once more in the sport she loved. The part that connected her to her late father, even if she couldn't respect or like the man. She had to come full circle; to recognize she was being as stubborn with her health as her own players often could be, and how her main job as a coach was to prevent them pushing on and risking themselves.
A job she wasn't applying to herself. As a reader you love to see that acknowledgement, that growth, but it can also be frustrating as hell when you have to wait for them to wake up. I think, overall, some of the mess of their relationship just didn't do it for me. I liked the idea of these two, their history, but found myself distracted by wanting more out of the yet-to-be-couples waiting in the wings. We have two more guaranteed books yet to come and I'm chomping at the bit for them both.
I don't know which couple I'm more excited about, to be honest. Stevie Nicks's "Gold Dust Woman" increased in volume as Isobel approached the cottage on the Chase Manor estate where Violet had lain her fedora for the last seven months. Vi's love of the Fleetwood Mac front woman was a tad obsessive. So, yeah, Vi and I are going to get along great.
Don't get me wrong, Meader is funny as hell and this book still shows off that wit. I have a lot of highlights I'm obviously not going to be able to fit in this review. But I think this was just a bit heavier than maybe I was in the mood for. The author knows her hockey, too, and as a fan I can absolutely appreciate that.
But also not as present in this installment was some of the brilliant awkward sisterly bonding I loved so much. I get that the stage has been set already and we already know the dynamics but part of this appeal of this series, what makes it different, is that dynamic. And I wanted more girl time and maybe less Russian-doling-out-orgasms time. God save us from alpha dickheads who could make women "forget" they were lesbians.
And I would definitely encourage readers to get this series on their radar if they love this kind of contemporary romance. I was bored. Life is too short. I find this dumb bimbo thing so annoying bc I think you must have to be smart to watch hockey. I know there are hot baseball, football, and basketball players Leave hockey fans alone..? Why is the language so horrible in hockey romance?
View all 7 comments. Nov 18, Chris C - A Midlife Wife rated it really liked it Shelves: adult-romance , chick-lit , ebooks , pocket-books-pocket-star , romance , reviews. When three sisters end up owning a hockey team, being surrounded by delicious men can be a good thing or a bad thing. Hockey is not one of of the Sports I usually follow however I can definitely get used to steamy hot guys that are associated when Kate Meader is involved.
This book to me was not as passionate or emotional as the first book in the series. However, I loved them together.
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Great chemistry and I love seeing Vadim caring for Izzy. There are many parts that were amusing and several parts that were sad. But to me the ending can be the most magical and this one ended with a wonderful feeling. With one more sister to go, the next book in the series should be interesting and tie everything together. A wonderful series and definitely one to read, whether you love hockey or not. I can't seem to like the characters in this series. They're annoying and inconsistent. I like the story enough but I don't feel any kind of attachment to the characters.
I'm still looking forward to read the next one though, I'm curious. Dec 14, Nadine rated it it was amazing Shelves: best-of , hockey , chick-lit , book-boyfriends , tattoos , sports. When I started reading romance back in the days I fell in love with brooding jocks, feisty women and angsty but also heartwarming stories.
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These stories were well written and more than just sex scenes surrounded by some alibi sport. I've read a lot of romance over the years and somehow the taste of readers has changed. That's not supposed to be a judging, but I've often missed the good old stories. I want a we 5 Stars! I want a well written story with lovable characters, depth and just this tiny bit more effort the author has put into the book. One of those you don't find often anymore. It's the story of Isobel and Vadim. They are both hockey players. One of them, Vadim, is living the dream and playing in the NHL, the other one, Isobel, had to retire after a life-threatening injury.
When Vadim gets transferred to the Chicago Rebels he is faced with his new skating trainer who is none other than his first love, Isobel. Both, Vadim and Isobel, have to deal with a lot. He gets a sister he didn't know existed and she is facing a future she never wanted.
Isobel worked her whole life for one thing: playing professional hockey! When this dream is destroyed she feels lost and Vadim, who has everything she ever wanted, is a daily reminder of what could have been. That he's the only guy who makes her heart beat faster doesn't help. He's living every man's dream: money, success, women. She doesn't fit into his world. She's a hockey player, not a puck bunny. But maybe things are not like they seem to be. Maybe he didn't forget her either. And maybe I loved Isobel and Vadim.
Individually and as a couple. Both are wonderful characters. Vadim is everything you're looking for in a jock. This guy is brooding, stubborn, hot! I had a great time with Isobel, Vadim and the Chicago Rebels. I will come back for future books, that's for sure.