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“A Favor for a Favor was such an adorable and hilarious hockey romance!!! I loved it!!” —BJ’s Book Blog
“Helena Hunting has a knack for taking unique and interesting characters and giving them depth, real 3D layers to who they are. Their flaws are relatable, the characters are lovable, and she gives a romance that is applicable to all people. That is why she is a favorite of mine.” —Musings of the Modern Belle
“A Favor for a Favor is a sports romance filled with fun moments and sad times. It’s a gripping romance that’ll leave you needing more and it’s without a doubt one of the greatest books of 2019.” —Two Bookish Brits
“If you’re looking for a fast-paced, slow burn, enemies-to-lovers romance, with a broody hero and a sharp-tongued heroine, curl up with A Favor for a Favor!” —FMA Book Blog
“A Favor for a Favor is a laugh-out-loud, romantic comedy that is hard to put down. The slow burn will make you want more! I loved every minute of it.” —Reading Keeps Me Sane
“A Favor for a Favor is a tantalizing slow burn romance that will have you at its mercy from beginning to end!” —Red’s Romance Reviews
“Helena Hunting definitely knows how to write a hockey romance with great sports action, interesting characters, compelling relationships, witty banter, and lots of steam!” —Fun Under the Covers
“Helena Hunting writes a flirty, heartfelt romance that readers will adore. A Favor for a Favor is an amazing sports romance with a feisty heroine and flirty hockey player.” —Living My Best Book Life
“A Favor for a Favor was a fun, flirty but also emotional read that definitely will make your heart full.” —Driven By Books
“A Favor for a Favor is the most perfect ENEMY-TO-LOVERS romance I have read in a while! Everything about this from the words to characters…L O V E D!!” —The Guide to Romance Novels
“A Favor for a Favor is now my favorite hockey book of Helena’s! I loved how real the characters were. I loved the build of their friendship. It’s my favorite trope and Helena did it superbly! A huge recommend from me. Also, it was really funny too. *wink wink*” —Tijan, New York Times bestselling author
“Bishop is everything you want in a book boyfriend, growly and tough and protective. This book has it all—explosive chemistry, feel-good fun, and loads of banter. This series just keeps getting better!” —Kendall Ryan, New York Times bestselling author
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Helena Hunting lives on the outskirts of Toronto with her incredibly tolerant family and two moderately intolerant cats. She writes contemporary romance ranging from new adult angst to romantic comedy.
- ASIN : B07VM4P33M
- Publisher : Montlake Romance (January 28, 2020)
- Publication date : January 28, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3745 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 298 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,107 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Like many indie authors, who gain a large following from quirky series, the quality significantly drops once they're signed with a publisher. This has definitely happened to Hunting. Pucked was like a fully formed human. It had several acts and drew on the reader's emotions. AFfaF, on the other hand, is the equivalent of a 20 week fetus or an adult forearm. The buildup takes forever, and by the time you finally reach the actual story, the novel is over. She used to be a one click for me, but I may have to rethink that if the quality doesn't pick back up
When the worst day of your life turns out to be the best thing to ever happen. Well, it might take some time to come to that realization, but it will be worth the wait.
Stevie is celebrating a birthday and no better way to do that than to surprise her boyfriend by arriving early. It didn’t quite go the way she planned.
Now with an ex-boyfriend and no place to go, her brother lets her stay at the penthouse his team gives him for the season. And just when things can’t get worse, she meets Bishop. He’s the jerk that lives across the hall. Let the battle of wills begin.
All Stevie has ever wanted was to make her own way in life. She doesn’t want to be riding her famous hockey player brother’s coattails or have anyone use her because of her connections. So when an opportunity arises to get ahead, she’s ready to take it, even if it means getting close to the jerk living across the hall.
Bishop has suffered a serious injury during a game. Stevie has the necessary skills to hasten his recovery. Both benefit from the agreement. He’ll help her get experience with a professional athlete and she’ll help him get back on the ice faster. It’s the best idea ever. They just need to keep it professional.
An enemies-to-friends-to-lovers rom com with so much witty banter and a slow burn that will sizzle. This author always bring characters that make me smile and fall in love. The women are independent, strong and take no crap. The men are sweet for their women and go all in. I absolutely loved this couple. This series gets better with every release.
You can’t help but love an athletically built man who walks around in his sexy underwear all the time. We should all be so lucky.
Overall 3 out of 5 stars
Performance 4 out of 5 stars
Story 3 out of 5 stars
This is hard for me to say, because I'm a huge fan of Helena Hunting's, but this book was a bit of a disappointment. If it had only been about Stevie and Bishop, I would have loved it. I loved their interactions and the slow burn of their relationship. It started a little rocky, thanks to Bishop and the way he jumped to conclusions, but then they got to know each other and it became fun and entertaining. I got a kick out of Bishop and his underwear- you can always count on Ms. Hunting for some silliness!
Unfortunately the actions of some of the secondary characters overshadowed the main couple for me and really tainted my enjoyment of this one. I don't like when a character's persona changes completely from one book to the next, and that's what I feel like happened with Rook, the hero from A Lie for a Lie and Stevie's older brother. I really liked him in his book, but honestly, I couldn't stand him in this one. As Stevie said, he likes to make everything about him, and he definitely did. He slightly redeemed himself at the end, but not enough for my liking. Even Alex, who I adore, seemed like a different person in this book.
It almost got to the point where I was going to call this a dnf, but I only had a little over an hour left so I kept at it. I'm glad I stuck it out, but this one sadly wasn't a winner for me.
The narration was a plus and helped keep me invested in the story. Erin did a great job portraying the different aspects of Stevie's personality,-her feistiness, her frustrations, her vulnerabilities. Zachary could read the phone book and I'd love it.
Top reviews from other countries
She never fails to write a book that not only keeps you hooked into the story but gives you characters that make you laugh swoon and feel everything they are going through.
This time we get Seattle hockey player Bishop (or Shippy if you wanna rile him up) story and his struggle to find his place on his new team. When hes woken one night with a disturbance in the hallway outside his house we can say hes a tad grumpy bringing out his worse side to the hot mess that Stevie.
Stevie is strong talented and struggling to find her place as herself not just as little sister to hit hockey player Rook.
Cue a fantastic journey of banter..friendship.. cute work out gear and hilarious boxers!
Didnt want to put this book down until I finished reading!
Stevie’s brother, RJ, is Bishops team captain and the two do not have an easy working relationship. This of course leads to a lot of testosterone infused moments.
Stevie’s ex is forever in the background with all his sleazy moments to add a bit discontent.
Loved how they learnt to understand each other and the positive way in which they used that knowledge to help each other be ‘better’ versions of themselves.
A little slow and boring in places.
I liked the hero tho.
The heroine was.. ok, but the whole drama about how being the sister of a famous hockey player ruined her life.. was annoying, to say the least. People, have real issues you know?
I liked the first book better, and I’m looking forward to the next one because I liked what I’ve seen of King’s character so far.