Line Mates & Study Dates – Eden Finley, Saxon James

Reviews by Yael Waknin



Hockey, studying, and school runs. That’s my life now.

After a tragic accident that took our parents’ lives, it’s up to me and my big brother to take care of our five younger siblings.

In between burning their meals and keeping them from killing each other, I’m supposed to get a college degree. It’s hard when I don’t have time to breathe let alone study, and if I don’t get my grades up, I’m in danger of losing the one thing that makes me happy: my spot on the hockey team.

Which is why when the new equipment manager offers to tutor me, I really can’t afford to say no. Even though I should.

He’s Coach’s son and way too tempting.


As this year’s equipment manager for Dad’s hockey team, I’m expected to deal with sweaty jock straps and herding hockey players to their rooms at away games.

The job is easy, but babysitting Asher Dalton is not supposed to be a part of it.

So why, when his brother asks me to keep an eye on him, do I agree?

Why, when he’s struggling in classes, do I offer to help?

And why, when we’re studying, do I suggest a reward system that lands us squarely in bed?

Asher’s trouble, I know he is. But there’s something about him that makes it impossible to stay away

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My review

The fourth book in the series and the one that got me o confused!

Asher and Kole were so perfect you’d think it came easy.

It did not.

It most certainly did not!

In the beginning, Asher was so NOT my kind of person, and I felt Kole was getting the lesser part of the deal, but as the book progressed, I got to know Asher a little more, and I was so shocked that he was so in contrast with himself it was fascinating!

Asher was an onion.

Every chapter, you get to shed another layer of him, and you discover a unique, sensitive man.

There were many things I felt I could relate to him, and that’s always a special feeling to have when reading a book.

Kole was not such confident if it wasn’t for Asher.

Together they brought the best in themselves and the best in each other.

Their love and passion was mind-blowing.

I really enjoyed this book because it was an emotional rollercoaster with steam and sexiness; I just couldn’t put it down.

Book 1 – Power Plays & Straight A’s

Book 2 – Face Offs & Cheap Shots

Book 3 – Goal Lines & First Times

Book 4 – Line Mates & Study Dates

Book 5 – Puck Drills & Quick Thrills

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Click here for an interview with the author – Eden Finley

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