[A Hockey Tutor] EBOOK / PDF


A Hockey TutorNot very well ut to any focus or got a good important reason to be there This is why the whole entity of all the side storylines going on was a bit too much and didn t compliment each other but rather dragged some stories down by interrupting them or taking away some recious time that could have connected everything better for the full icture None the less I liked it although the book could have needed some serious editing at some oints It just always gets me out of my reading Flow When I See when I see or typo mistakes that could have been easily removed But other than that I enjoyed this cute been easily removed But other than that I enjoyed this cute college romance story very much and loved to learn a few things about hockey along the way Story line and characters were good enough but found a lot of silly errors in the writing I d have given a lower rating only for the fact I liked the characters relationship and how they interacted. Sick of bailing Andrew out hires a tutor as a final chance to get his act together Katie’s independence and Andrew’s stubbornness creates a toxic learning environment Or are their assionate arguments the one thing that helps them environment Or are their assionate arguments the one thing that helps them find their way. Over More depth than you might expect from a sports themed romance and unforgettable characters each facing their own uniue challenges I had trouble The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race, Sex and Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability putting it down It makes you appreciate that eveneople who seem like they have everythingface roblems So I actually really liked this book It was a short one sitting read for me The main story was really good and I loved the build up tension and detail to the characters feelings in the book although it could have been also a bit and dragged out at some fitting situations I didn t really like some of the side stories The ideas for the side stories were actually really great but they for the side stories were actually really great but they t thought out that well and could have been easily erased from the story with impacting it too much Also I think because one side story wasn t developed to its full otential the author came up with a lot side stories that were all left in the middle or. E hockey team her determined focus waivers Andrew Moore is on track to become a rofessional hockey goalie but being the arty loving 22 Year Old That year old that is Andrew finds his dreams at risk when his grades gall jeopardizing his chances at success His dad. Katie is as independent as they come and has been hired by Andrew s father to tutor Andrew so that he can continue to lay college hockey on his way to the NHL Andrew s father is sick of bailing out his son who has been embracing the arty scene What started out as a just a aycheck turns into so much One thing I love about Mary Smith s books is her main characters She writes such wonderfully real characters her female characters are strong and confident her male characters are flawed but sweet with good and confident her male characters are flawed but sweet with good I always fall for her male characters they make great book boyfriendsMary s writing is sharp interwoven with sweetness of a budding relationship She truly captures the journey of two separate individuals on their journey of finding themselves as a couple I definitely r A cute book that reads like a teen movie This was a fun and easy read that I was sad to out down when it was. Katie Miller longs to be an independent adult She’s tired of the memories that refuse to let her go Now in her sopho year in college at North Maple College she’s ready to focus on school When she’s a job as at North Maple College she’s ready to focus on school When she’s offered job as tutor for the star goalie on th. ,