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Kiss and Don’t Tell – Meghan Quinn

Five hockey players, a cabin in the woods . . . and little old me, Winnie Berlin.

Sounds like the start of a fantasy, right? But it’s not. It’s my reality.

It all started when I got lost in the middle of the Canadian Rockies. A wicked thunderstorm sent my car mud sliding into a ditch and for a girl whose survival skills involve finding the nearest Starbucks, I was in deep trouble.

Forced to abandon my car in search of help, I stumbled upon a cabin in the middle of nowhere. Soaking wet, irritated, and in desperate need of a hot shower, I knocked on the door for help only to be greeted by five boisterous, burly, and insanely attractive men.

Not just men.

Professional hockey players.

I hit the motherload of fantasies, right? Wrong.

Because as it turns out, one of them is my ex-boyfriend’s half-brother. And when I end up crashing in their spare bedroom for the night, things take a very unexpected turn.

I’m not sure any amount of survival skills can protect my heart from Vancouver Agitators star goalie, Pacey Lawes. But as long as we kiss and don’t tell, maybe everything will be okay . . .

I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

My Rating: 4 Stars

Meghan Quinn might just be the Queen of Romcom Banter. Seriously, her books never fail to make me snort laugh. Not just once or twice, but consistently throughout the book I’m reading. I absolutely LOVED the group dynamic between the hockey players and can’t wait to get more of their stories. I’m so intrigued by all of them, especially Levi!

I absolutely adored that Winnie was curvy and that Pacey appreciated her curves in such a clear and honest way. Their tension flew off the page and I was honestly just dying for them to rip eachother’s clothes off.

Pacey was the kind of male MC I always love to see in a romcom – charming, earnest and so damn sweet. He was also just brash enough to keep me happy after all of the dark romances I’ve been reading. Winnie was so sweet and beyond relatable. I loved that she developed her own connections with the other hockey players, and though her romance with Pacey came on quickly, it didn’t seem at all forced or rushed.

I can’t wait to continue this series!

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