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Playing the Point (Blue Line Hockey, #6)

by Stephani Hecht

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Dear God, I want to give this a higher rating. I love what there is of it but, as the author has done in every other book in this series, it's not enough. The characters aren't explored quite enough to make me invested in their story, their interactions aren't quite involved enough to be satisfying, the plot threads aren't quite developed enough to be meaty and something you can sink your teeth into. And it's extra frustrating with this book because there were some fantastic opportunities to really explore the MCs relationships - both with each other and the people around them, to get into the difficulty of coming out at the top of your career, how a newly discovered HIV status effects the MCs relationship as well as well as how Zimon copes with the revelation and the fact his secrets are now no longer secrets.

This is the 'not quite' book for me. It was so close to being perfect, but just didn't get there. ( )
  jules0623 | Mar 31, 2013 |
Dear God, I want to give this a higher rating. I love what there is of it but, as the author has done in every other book in this series, it's not enough. The characters aren't explored quite enough to make me invested in their story, their interactions aren't quite involved enough to be satisfying, the plot threads aren't quite developed enough to be meaty and something you can sink your teeth into. And it's extra frustrating with this book because there were some fantastic opportunities to really explore the MCs relationships - both with each other and the people around them, to get into the difficulty of coming out at the top of your career, how a newly discovered HIV status effects the MCs relationship as well as well as how Zimon copes with the revelation and the fact his secrets are now no longer secrets.

This is the 'not quite' book for me. It was so close to being perfect, but just didn't get there. ( )
  jules0623 | Mar 29, 2013 |
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