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  • Emotional & Riveting

    5 star Review Baden (Pittsburgh Titans #1) by Sawyer Bennett   Oh my word, what a phenomenal start to the latest hockey series from Sawyer Bennett. She really knocked it out of the rink with this book. I knew Baden Oulett’s story would be emotional based on a previous book but I had no idea what an emotional roller coaster I would be on as I read Baden. Take note of Ms. Bennett's “Dear Reader” advice as she explains in a nutshell the ride you are about to embark on. This book was everything I was expecting and so much more. All it takes is one fleeting moment and a decision to change the courser of your life. Coming to the aid of Sophie Winters when she was attacked, he had no idea how his life would change. Now he is faced with months of rehab and physical therapy. He always thought he would play hockey but sometimes life throws a curve ball and plans change. Being offered the coaching position for the Pittsburgh Titans he sees a change to still be connected to the sport he loves. He knows that Sophie is struggling with the aftermath of her attached, she has withdrawn from the word, terrified, her PTSD is destroying her. Baden is determined to be there for the woman whose life was almost destroyed and I loved how supportive he was. As their friendship grows, the strength and determination that he gives to her was heart warming; they share a connection that cannot be broken. Can they come together and face the past and in doing so find an enduring love? The road they travel will be rocky and have it’s challenges but it will be worth it in the end. This is a book you need to experience for yourself. Sawyer Bennett you will be happy to know that not only did you make me smile but you brought me to tears as well with Baden and Sophie’s story. I cannot wait to read more books in this emotional hockey series.

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  • Baden starts the new series

    This is the first book in a brand-new series and it totally tugged at my heart in this story. We get Baden's story here as he becomes a new goalie coach for a new team that has risen from the ashes of a terrible tragedy in Pittsburgh. If you read the Arizona Vengeance series, you know Baden was terribly injured when he saved a tourist from some terrible men. They ended up damaging his spinal Colum terribly. Baden has done awesome, and he can walk in this story, but he has to decide if he wants the new goalie coach job and will give up trying to get back on the ice. It's not an easy decision and its part of the storyline of this book. In Pittsburg he decides to visit the woman that he saved, Sophie and what he finds is pretty bad. While he saved her life and she was not injured on the outside, on the inside she is struggling, and it totally broke my heart. I loved how open Sophie is with Braden and how Braden and her share their pain with each other and are there for each other. This book is a very slow burn and is very unusual in that the two main characters don't even kiss until 80% of the story. It really worked for this story. This is a wonderful beginning to this new series, and I cannot wait for the next story. It's a really different series and some parts of the book were just so sad. But I also love this series and cannot wait to see where the author takes it. I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Great New Series!

    4.5 🌟 If you are a follower of this author, and had read the Arizona Vengeance series, you will know a little about Baden already and probably like me have been waiting for his book to be released. If this is your first time hearing about Baden Oulett, you are in for a treat with this incredible man. Baden was on the Arizona Vengeance hockey team as their goalie. One night out in Phoenix he sees three men attacking a woman and steps in to help her. They then turn their attention to Baden and beat him to near death and leave him there to die. He suffers multiple injuries and is left paralyzed from the waist down. He has spent many months following to regain his legs and needing to get back out on the ice. Before he is fully recovered, the Pittsburgh Titans hockey organization has a tremendous loss - the plane carrying all their players and support staff as well as a co-owner goes down with no survivors. Baden is approached by the remaining co-owner to help rebuild the team and for him to be the new goalie coach. It’s a huge decision for Baden as he not only wanted to get back on the ice himself but also means moving from Arizona to Pittsburgh and the only one he knows there is Sophie, the woman he rescued. From here on out, everything moves at a fast pace. Baden visits Sophie when he arrives in town and even though they didn’t have much to say in Arizona, the connection they have is boundless. They both have been through a trauma, Baden’s more physical than Sophie’s mental anguish. What they do have is a shared experience that brings them closer together the more time they see each other. You can’t help but love Baden, he is loyal, determined and incredibly dedicated to whatever he sets his mind to. Either being his recovery, new coaching job or helping Sophie overcome her own demons. He is one of those men that truly has a kind and genuine soul. Sophie is much the same, she would help anyone in need, especially those she loves. A violent act may have bought them together, and their wounds cemented their bond, and it seems their connect can’t be broken. What I also loved about this book is how it sets up the characters that will follow. I’ve no idea who their heroines might be - hoping Sophie’s best friend Frankie finds her HEA - but the next three books are about certain players on the team and the grief of losing their previous team mates or others battling their own demons. Looks like this series will be just as fabulous as the Cold Fury and Arizona Vengeance.

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  • Fantastic New Series!

    What a fantastic beginning to a new series! The Pittsburgh Titans were decimated by tragedy and lost nearly all their players and coaches in a horrific plane crash. Baden has to make the choice to give up on his return to playing hockey and become the new goalie coach for the rebuilding team. Once he makes the choice to move to Pittsburgh, he also makes an effort to check in on Sophie, who was the victim in the attack where Baden was injured. Since the attack, Sophie has really been struggling with PTSD and fears of leaving her house. Baden and Sophie quickly become close friends and Sophie begins to gain confidence. You can really see their connection get stronger every day and their relationship slowly evolves into something much more. I can’t wait for the rest of the series to play out and see how the rest of the team struggles to cope with the tragedy and begin to heal and move on. This is another winner for Sawyer Bennett and I highly recommend it! *ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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  • spin of a new series

    We met Baden in the Arizona Vengeance Series and he stepped in to the middle when a female was being assaulted. He ended up paralyzed from the waist down, his career as a hockey player very over I am thrilled he is the first story of a new team and series. It was a wonderful story of overcoming great difficulties in life and finding the good in all. Great start to a new series.

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