Friday, June 26, 2015

Review of A Hockey Tutor by Mary Smith

Katie Miller longs to be an independent adult. She’s tired of the memories that refuse to let her go. Now, in her sophomore year in college at North Maple College, she’s ready to focus on school. When she’s offered a job as a tutor for the star goalie on the hockey team, her determined focus waivers.

Andrew Moore is on track to become a professional hockey goalie, but being the party loving 22 year old that he is, Andrew finds his dreams at risk when his grades fall, jeopardizing his chances at success. His dad, 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 passionate arguments the one thing that helps them both find their way?


This isn't the first book I've read by this author. I really liked her other books and was excited to read something contemporary by her.

I really liked Katie's no-nonsense attitude. She's a strong, capable individual. Her main character flaw was only that she didn't open herself up to romance. She was very closed off and just trying to make it through life.

When she received an offer she couldn't refuse, it was only the start of her life as she knew it unraveling.

Andrew Moore was not someone Katie wanted to deal with. Thrown together into a forced working relationship, the story travels through their lives and all the choices they make.

I even liked Andrew once the author peeled back his layers. His past was unraveled with expert precision. 

This book was sweet and sassy with a great storyline. I loved the twists and how everything ended. I give this book five stars for what a great read it was!

About the Author:

Best Selling Author, Mary Smith, has been coming up with stories her whole life. She has written A HOCKEY TUTOR, THE ICE SERIES, as well as co-authored THE PENALTY KILL TRILOGY and OH CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN SERIES. When not busy writing or rooting for the Chicago Blackhawks you can find her with her nose stuck in her Kindle.

You can visit her website at:

Follow her on Twitter: @maryms1980 

Or Faceook:

No comments:

Post a Comment