Title: The Right Kind of Mistake Book Two
Author: Rebecca Thomas
Publisher: Leap Books, Shine Imprint
Release Date: February 29, 2016
Short Summary: Sexy as hell Cam Erickson is impossible to resist, but Haylie's doubts keep her from jumping in with her whole heart.
Long Summary: Unlucky in love, Haylie Keene can’t believe she’s dating another hockey player--especially her ex boyfriend’s former teammate. Sexy as hell Cam Erickson is impossible to resist, but Haylie's doubts keep her from jumping in with her whole heart. And when her ex makes a play to win her back, she’s completely torn.
Cam doesn't know the meaning of giving less than a hundred percent, whether it's to win a hockey game or Haylie’s heart. So when it looks like she might choose her cheating ex over him, he’s unwilling to sit the bench while she makes up her mind.
When Haylie realizes she might lose Cam, she knows she must fight to keep him. But can she thaw the ice around his heart before the last buzzer sounds on their relationship?
To start, be sure you've read book one before starting this because this is the conclusion to the overall story started there. I was a bit on the fence after book one, so I'm glad things were resolved here in book two.
That said, I still couldn't warm up to Haylie. She is completely unsure about her feelings for so much of the story that I really didn't feel that connection between her and Cam.
Cam on the other hand, he was as wonderful now as he was in the first book. He's still sweet, honest, and just an all-around wonderful guy-someone any woman would love to be with.
There was some drama injected with Tyler, Haylie's ex, as well as with one of Haylie's friends. When it came to the Tyler drama, I was completely on Cam's side and a bit frustrated with Haylie.
Overall it's a good story once you've read both books, but honestly all of my stars are for Cam-he's the one who made the stories for me. Recommended for new adult romance fans 18+.
Rebecca Thomas has a love-hate relationship with Alaska, where she lives with her bush pilot husband and two teenaged sons. When she’s not reading, writing, or playing board games, she’s cheering for her sons at their hockey games and tennis matches.
A reluctant reader as a child, Rebecca didn’t become interested in books until her teen years when she discovered historical romance. Now she loves all sub-genres of romance and can’t decide which one is her favorite.
Rebecca earned a bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Alaska and she was employed in the airline industry for several years before working in her current position as a program manager in higher education.