I never meant to say a word, not one single word.
But I did.
Now because of something I leaked—without even realizing it—I've inadvertently broken up one of the Ice Knights’ most legendary bromances. And worse—I've kicked hockey star Ian Petrov's grumpy level to insane levels of grump.
And what could make it worse? How about the two of us being trapped together in a remote cabin after a massive blizzard. Neither of us can leave. Just us, the snow, his resentment, and OMG sexual tension so thick it would take a snowplow to break through it.
I’ve got to get out of here before I do something even dumber than I’ve already done and kiss the sexy grouch with his misplaced anger and perfect pecs. That would be the worst, the absolute worst. But… would it be terrible if we gave in? Just a little? It’s not like we’re ever going to have to spend time together again.
Until the next morning when we’re told we have to play chummy for the press until this news cycle blows over. F.M.L.
Each book in the Ice Knights series is STANDALONE:
* Parental Guidance
* Loud Mouth
The Loud Mouth is a 1932 American pre-Code short comedy film directed by Del Lord. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1932 for Best Short Subject (Comedy)...
Third in the Ice Knights series. Enjoyable easy read. 45
This book was amazing! I couldn't put it down and loved every moment of it. I may have read the whole thing in one setting. Loved the quirkiness of the characters and how their story progressed. I love that she kept him on his toes and always pushed him to find himself. Cannot wait for the next book. Avery Flynn is a genius with her writing! Totally recommend this bad boy! 55
This was the story I had been waiting for in this series! This is the story of Ian and Shelby. Take a cabin, a whole mess of chemistry and two beautifully quirky characters, and watch the pages melt with humor, heat, and heart. Shelby is such a complicated and enduring character! The struggles and triumphs she goes through are so commendable! It made me in awe of her, she was a complicated puzzle that Ian could only figure out. Ian, whew, this fella is also complicated. To the surprises about his family and living in the shadow of his father, his whole life has truly molded him into the man he is. He is the epitome of "silent waters run deep". There is so much more to him than what he reveals to the world. And Shelby is the lucky soul that gets to have him! I have so much love for this series! Each book can be read as a standalone, but do yourself a favor and read them all!! 55
Filled with so much hotness and humor, Loud Mouth is another example of Avery Flynn’s perfect blend of sass and salsa. How can the reader not fall in love with the very broody Ian Petrov...or want to wrap him in a big ole hug! And the very spirited hockey blogger Shelby Blanton is definitely the right match for him...even if she did unintentionally spill the biggest secret in Ian’s life. What starts out as a one night let’s-stay-warm encounter soon overlaps to not only other zip codes throughout the country but their home town as well. Naturally, miscommunication and not talking about their feelings never helps any relationship, but it makes for excellent storytelling. Longtime fans will see cameos and mentions of characters from previous books, but the first time reader who jumps into the series will have no problems following along, as Loud Mouth is a stand-alone book. Of course, this fan hopes to see Alex’s book at some point, but until then, I’ll just one-click any book Ms. Flynn decides to publish. 55
Loud Mouth confirms Avery Flynn as a master at creating stories and characters that grab the reader’s attention immediately and don’t let go until the last period. Focus is on Ian Petrov’s shock at learning he not only has a brother, but that said sibling has known for years. Hockey blogger Shelby finds herself involved in this feud after a little engineered mixup. Ian and Shelby will set your e-reader on fire as they try to navigate a very unexpected attraction. The story is filled with family stress that is handled so deftly that the reader can only cheer as one very narcissistic character’s character is exposed. Fans of Avery Flynn won’t be disappointed. And if this is a new author for you then I can only ask why you are so late to the party! I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Most highly recommend. 55