Author: Helena Hunting

First Chapter: Handle With Care by Helena Hunting

Posted June 21st 2019 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts /
First Chapter: Handle With Care by Helena Hunting

Have any of you read/listened to a book by Helena Hunting yet? Because you should. I started off a few years ago with Pucked and have just relistened to it on audio before I continue with the rest of the series. (The whole series is available as part of Audible Escape, so you could listen to all six books for free with a one month trial!) But that’s not actually why we’re here. We’re here to get hyped about Helena’s next release, Handle With Care, the fifth book in her Shacking Up series, hitting shelves on August 27th! And if you haven’t read it yet, I’ve got the first little bit of the book right here for you to enjoy. About the book Chapter 1 What have I gotten myself into? Wren I slip onto the empty bar stool beside the lumberjack mountain man who looks like he tried to squeeze himself […]

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Review: Pucked Off by Helena Hunting

Posted March 19th 2018 by The GingerSnap in Reviews, Sports Romance Month /
Review: Pucked Off by Helena Hunting

The GingerSnap’s review Other than Juliet Stevenson’s narrated versions of Jane Austen classics, this book is hands-down the best audiobook I’ve ever listened to. The sex scenes, the insecure hero, the massages – I loved it all!! The hero of this book, Lance, is a crazy-hot redheaded Scottish hockey player living in Chicago. Lance had a tragic childhood* that’s made it difficult for him to engage in meaningful relationships, in part because he can’t stand being touched. But when he meets massage therapist Poppy, he melts under her hands. He feels instantly comfortable in her presence, something he’s never before experienced with anyone else. Poppy and Lance have actually met before, over a decade ago when they were just teenagers. Lance was Poppy’s first kiss, and though she’s had her fair share of boyfriends, she’s still always hoped she would reconnect with the gorgeous Scottish boy she met at 13. When […]

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