Pucked Love by Helena Hunting
Series: Pucked, book 7
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: Self published
Publication Date: November 13, 2018
Charlene and Darren have been in a comfortable relationship for two years. They’ve been meeting each other’s needs and safe in their own bubble. Then the past comes hurling through revealing scandalous secrets. They are left vulnerable; to each other and to the World. Can Charlene and Darren muddle through and realize their true feelings for each other? Or are they broken up for a happily ever after?
I was a little unsure of this story for the first 10% but then it really picked up and I really totally got into it.
Charlene’s character is really complex. It was hard to understand where some of her antics were coming from for me it made her a bit difficult to relate to. But when I was done with the story, I actually earned respect for her and her development as a whole was pretty damn spectacular. I love that her mother is a bit kooky. It was hilarious and heart – warming, her relationship with her mum.
Darren was like this hardass mofo who seemed like he needed a schooling in romance but turned out he was the principal after all. He blossomed into such a romantic and gawd I loved it. I adored it when he got vulnerable, I swooned when he expressed his affection for Charlene and I just wanted to hug the hell out of him.
This story was a pretty amazing farewell to a series that I have been desperately in love with since PUCKED came out. I got emotional during the epilogue and just man, I wanna go back to the start.
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As an NHL player, relationships haven’t been my thing. Shrouded in secrecy and speculation, they never last very long. But then that’s what happens when you require an NDA before the first date.
Until Charlene. She’s like a firefly. She’s elusive, and if you catch her she’ll burn bright, but keeping her trapped dulls her fire and dims her beauty.
I caught her. And as much as I might want to keep her, I’ll never put the lid on her jar. Not at the risk of losing her. So I’ve let her set the rules in our relationship.
But as long hidden secrets expose us both, I discover exactly how fragile Charlene is, and how much I need her.
We’re all broken. We’re all messed up. Some more than others. Me more than most.