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A new, sexy standalone from New York Times bestseller, Kendall Ryan. He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him. But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and susp A new, sexy standalone from New York Times bestseller, Kendall Ryan. He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him. But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and suspensions. I work with athletes who are struggling, but Logan’s different. He’s not just going to blow his season, but his entire career. And now he can’t return to the ice until he deals with his issues, but the stubborn man won’t let anyone get close enough to help. Which is why I packed up and followed him to his family’s property in the remote mountains of Colorado. He can’t avoid me here. The only problem? I can’t avoid him either. He’s chopping wood and building fires, rescuing my car from snowy ditches, and inviting me to Sunday dinners with his loud extended family. He’s a whole lot of man, but beneath all those hard edges is an unexpected tenderness. Tempted or not, I have to stay out of his bed and get him back to the ice . . . no matter how difficult that might be. This is a sizzling new romance in the Looking to Score series. Each book can be read as a standalone.


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A new, sexy standalone from New York Times bestseller, Kendall Ryan. He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him. But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and susp A new, sexy standalone from New York Times bestseller, Kendall Ryan. He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him. But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and suspensions. I work with athletes who are struggling, but Logan’s different. He’s not just going to blow his season, but his entire career. And now he can’t return to the ice until he deals with his issues, but the stubborn man won’t let anyone get close enough to help. Which is why I packed up and followed him to his family’s property in the remote mountains of Colorado. He can’t avoid me here. The only problem? I can’t avoid him either. He’s chopping wood and building fires, rescuing my car from snowy ditches, and inviting me to Sunday dinners with his loud extended family. He’s a whole lot of man, but beneath all those hard edges is an unexpected tenderness. Tempted or not, I have to stay out of his bed and get him back to the ice . . . no matter how difficult that might be. This is a sizzling new romance in the Looking to Score series. Each book can be read as a standalone.

30 review for The Rookie

  1. 5 out of 5

    MELISSA *Mel Reader*

    4 Stars! (ARC provided by author) Logan Tate should be living the dream. From the outside he has everything he could possibly want, but on the inside he's struggling to hold it together. He's a rookie defenseman for the Boston Titans hockey team, but lately his mind isn't on hockey. His career with the NHL is on the line after some bad publicity. He's at risk of losing his multimillion-dollar contract if he doesn't fix his issues. The organization wants him to take some time and get his head b 4 Stars! (ARC provided by author) Logan Tate should be living the dream. From the outside he has everything he could possibly want, but on the inside he's struggling to hold it together. He's a rookie defenseman for the Boston Titans hockey team, but lately his mind isn't on hockey. His career with the NHL is on the line after some bad publicity. He's at risk of losing his multimillion-dollar contract if he doesn't fix his issues. The organization wants him to take some time and get his head back in the game. He heads home to the Colorado mountains to be with his big family. He's hoping for some peace and solitude, but then a complete stranger shows up on his property unannounced. Summer Campbell is a sports psychologist in Boston. She's worked with a lot of athletes, but the latest client she's trying to land will be a challenge. Logan Tate is known for being angry and stubborn. He's making headlines for being a hothead on the ice, and she's headed to his remote hometown to convince him to do counseling. He makes it clear he's not interested in therapy or talking about his feelings. She's there to help him and do her job, but he wants to be left alone, and doesn't make things easy on her. They share an instant attraction that makes the situation even more difficult, but Summer can't ruin this amazing opportunity. She must stay professional or it could ruin her reputation. As their intense connection grows it's harder to resist the pull between them. At the end of their time together will they go their separate ways or find there is something more worth fighting for? -He may be a rookie, but this man has the body of an all-star. -Somewhere along the way, Logan Tate and his family have taken up space in my heart. Impossibly and against all common sense, I'm feeling things for this man that I have no right to feel. Achingly hot when he levels me with those deep blue eyes. Haunted by all he's been through. Desperate for the feel of his mouth on mine. The Rookie (Looking to Score #3) by Kendall Ryan is a sexy standalone, friends to lovers, small town sports romance with all the feels. I loved this grumpy hockey player with all his complex layers, and adored his hilarious, meddling family. This was a wonderful emotional story about healing, trust, family, love and letting yourself be vulnerable. I really enjoyed this couple, and can't wait for the next book in the series! ***NOW AVAILABLE*** https://amzn.to/3f5OBfF

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeeves Reads Romance

    Lately, it seems like there are more misses than hits from this author, so I’m unsurprised that this was just okay (since I loved the last book). It’s not bad - it’s the kind of light, easy read that I was craving - but it IS pretty unremarkable. I'll probably have trouble remembering the plot in a few days. And that's okay, because sometimes I'm in the mood for something uncomplicated, low angst, and sexy - which this definitely is. These two fall for each other quickly, and forced proximity al Lately, it seems like there are more misses than hits from this author, so I’m unsurprised that this was just okay (since I loved the last book). It’s not bad - it’s the kind of light, easy read that I was craving - but it IS pretty unremarkable. I'll probably have trouble remembering the plot in a few days. And that's okay, because sometimes I'm in the mood for something uncomplicated, low angst, and sexy - which this definitely is. These two fall for each other quickly, and forced proximity allows that relationship to grow in a very short period of time. The hero is actually a (surly) sweetheart, and the heroine falls for his family as much as she does him. I've got a few minor complaints, but there was nothing major holding me back from enjoying this exceedingly low angst romance - I binged it in one sitting. The story follows Logan, a professional hockey player whose career is just getting started. It seemed like everything was working out for Logan, until his father's death sent him reeling. Now Logan is temperamental, picking fights, and getting into trouble on a daily basis. When the team insists that Logan see a therapist, he avoids it as long as possible - until a sports psychologist seeks him out at his family's rural home. Summer's career is also on the line, and she needs the moody hockey star to cooperate. His family is more welcoming than the guy himself, and it's not long before Summer is falling for everything (and everyone) around her. But psychologists are not supposed to date their patients, and Summer could be putting her career in jeopardy by getting Logan's back on track. While this is part of a series, the book stands completely on its own. Nearly every scene is set at Logan's family home, and there are only brief appearances by his teammates. This is really a book where the forced proximity shines - Logan and Summer's relationship is front and center, only distracted by her many interactions with his family (it felt like the start of a spin-off series, since Logan has some single brothers). I loved the slow burn and the emotional connection, which is only deepened by the therapy scenes. I'm not overly convinced that Summer is a good therapist, lol, but I did like that part of the story. Parts of their relationship feel kind of unhealthy - they fall fast and hard, but they're really two grieving people grasping for any kind of connection. If the book was longer (it's very short), then that probably would've been explored further. But this is a light, easy romance, and a lot of that emotional growth and conflict is glossed over. Ultimately, this wasn't a standout read for me, but I will say that I liked it. I received an early copy and am voluntarily leaving a review of this bittersweet romance.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elisa ❀

    this book isn't good, is amazing! if you want a broken hero that has shut down the entire world and a heroine who wants to help him, this book is for you. he needs to talk to a therapist before being allowed to play again, but he doesn't want to so he goes back to his family home. She needs this job so she decides to find him. his family was so warm to her, and their romance was so cute. this book isn't good, is amazing! if you want a broken hero that has shut down the entire world and a heroine who wants to help him, this book is for you. he needs to talk to a therapist before being allowed to play again, but he doesn't want to so he goes back to his family home. She needs this job so she decides to find him. his family was so warm to her, and their romance was so cute.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Meredith Wilson

    The Rookie is this third installment in the Looking to Score series by Kendall Ryan. While this sizzling hot, slow-burn sports romance is part of a series, it may be read as a stand-alone. Told in dual perspectives, this is Summer Campbell and Logan Tate's story. Logan is a talented young rookie who is living the dream. But after the sudden death of his father, he has been struggling mentally. This leads to a fight on the rink, which leaves him suspended for eight games. In order to return, he mu The Rookie is this third installment in the Looking to Score series by Kendall Ryan. While this sizzling hot, slow-burn sports romance is part of a series, it may be read as a stand-alone. Told in dual perspectives, this is Summer Campbell and Logan Tate's story. Logan is a talented young rookie who is living the dream. But after the sudden death of his father, he has been struggling mentally. This leads to a fight on the rink, which leaves him suspended for eight games. In order to return, he must get some help to sort out his issues. This is where Summer comes in. She is a sports therapist who is determined to help him, but you can't help someone who won't return your emails or calls. Which is why she packs up and heads out to his family's home in the remote mountains of Colorado. He won't be able to avoid her now. You will fall in love with this quick and easy, small town sports romance. Ryan kept me swooning, smiling and laughing the whole way through. Filled with feels, flirty banter and a fiery hot romance, I devoured this all in one sitting. Five stars for Summer, Logan and The Rookie!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Ross

    I loved this book. It’s the perfect sweet romance to get you through a book hangover. Summer has a job to do and falling for her client Logan isn’t one of them. The story takes place up in the Colorado mountains, away from the big city. Summer falls for Logan and his family instantly. Although this is considered a hockey romance there isn’t much mention of hockey so if that’s holding you back don’t let it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amy [Book Addict Reviews]

    Logan Tate is the star rookie; however, he is also struggling. Now suspended for eight games, he needs to get some help and return to the rink stronger than ever and be the true player he is. Summer is a sports psychologist and she has her work cut out for her when it comes to Logan and getting him to open up. However, now that she is staying on his family’s property, they can’t avoid each other. I loved the chemistry between Logan and Summer and there is plenty of tension between the two of the Logan Tate is the star rookie; however, he is also struggling. Now suspended for eight games, he needs to get some help and return to the rink stronger than ever and be the true player he is. Summer is a sports psychologist and she has her work cut out for her when it comes to Logan and getting him to open up. However, now that she is staying on his family’s property, they can’t avoid each other. I loved the chemistry between Logan and Summer and there is plenty of tension between the two of them. However, with Logan struggling and Summer being there to help him they both try to fight their connection. The slow burn is completely worth it in the end! I absolutely loved the entire Tate family and I hope that there is more of them in the future! If you’re looking for a slow burn hockey romance this is one to check out.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Logan Tate has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract, fans, and a family who adores him. But instead of racking up goals and assists, his name is the headlines for all the wrong reasons. That’s where Summer comes into play. Summer works with struggling athletes, but she’s got her work cut out for her where Logan is concerned. So in order to get Logan back on track, Summer finds herself at his family’s property in the mountains of Colorado. What could possibly go wrong?? The Roo Logan Tate has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract, fans, and a family who adores him. But instead of racking up goals and assists, his name is the headlines for all the wrong reasons. That’s where Summer comes into play. Summer works with struggling athletes, but she’s got her work cut out for her where Logan is concerned. So in order to get Logan back on track, Summer finds herself at his family’s property in the mountains of Colorado. What could possibly go wrong?? The Rookie is a quick and easy read that will draw readers in instantly and will leave them wanting more. I loved the dynamic of Logan’s family. They looked out for one another, but weren’t afraid to add humor to the story. Despite Logan’s stubbornness, his chemistry with Summer was off the charts. Their romance was quite the slow burn, but completely satisfying. Overall, I found this book to an enjoyable read and I think it’s a great addition to the Looking to Score Series. With relatable and fun characters, romance, and just a dash of drama, The Rookie is a romance that you won’t want to miss out on. *I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mags

    4.5⭐ Kendall Ryan has done it again. The Rookie rocks!!! And had me hooked from the very first page. As Logan is a grieving, vulnerable, angry, gorgeous hockey player and Summer is a sports therapist whose tasked with helping Logan deal with his anger and grief and get him back on the ice. That's if she can find him first. And with so many feels, a beautifully crafted romance, and the brilliant Tate family who include a funny grandpa, a mum who likes to dose mugs of tea with CBD and Logan's three 4.5⭐ Kendall Ryan has done it again. The Rookie rocks!!! And had me hooked from the very first page. As Logan is a grieving, vulnerable, angry, gorgeous hockey player and Summer is a sports therapist whose tasked with helping Logan deal with his anger and grief and get him back on the ice. That's if she can find him first. And with so many feels, a beautifully crafted romance, and the brilliant Tate family who include a funny grandpa, a mum who likes to dose mugs of tea with CBD and Logan's three brothers who would rather solve arguments with their fists than words. This truly was a brilliant and hard to put down story. And I'm so excited for what comes next. But honestly, it's going to have to be good because The Rookie stole my heart. Would happily recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via BookSprout in exchange for an honest review**

  9. 5 out of 5

    Red Cheeks Reads

    4.5 SMOOCHES! The third book in Kendall Ryan’s Looking to Score series, The Rookie is a touching and steamy opposites attract, forbidden sports romance. I love Kendall’s writing so much. Her stories run the gamut from fun, lighter-hearted reads to romantic comedies to contemporary romances full of feels and fire. I love this series so much—I can’t get enough of these players and their stories! Kendall Ryan has done a phenomenal job with all of her hockey romances, but this series is a bit more em 4.5 SMOOCHES! The third book in Kendall Ryan’s Looking to Score series, The Rookie is a touching and steamy opposites attract, forbidden sports romance. I love Kendall’s writing so much. Her stories run the gamut from fun, lighter-hearted reads to romantic comedies to contemporary romances full of feels and fire. I love this series so much—I can’t get enough of these players and their stories! Kendall Ryan has done a phenomenal job with all of her hockey romances, but this series is a bit more emotional and angsty. Logan and Summer’s story pairs a young, angry hockey player in a downward spiral with his team-appointed counselor. Logan Tate has it all, but he’s lost what mattered most to him. He’s a talented hockey player, but his on-ice performance is suffering. He’s distracted, he’s depressed, and he’s discouraged. That frustration builds until it finally erupts, and his coach has no choice but to act. Summer is just starting her own business counseling athletes, and in the male dominated sports healthcare profession, she’s got her work cut out for her. The problem is that pesky chemistry between them. Holed up on his family’s ranch in Colorado, she gets a full helping of the entire Tate family. For a girl who’s alone in this world, his family sucks her in and she falls just as hard for them as she does for Logan. But with her budding career on the line, she’s got hard choices to make. The Rookie was a sexy, tender, emotional love story.  I loved Logan and Summer, I loved the side characters, especially Logan’s hilarious family, and I couldn’t read this one fast enough. I can’t wait for the next book in this series! The Rookie by Kendall Ryan gets 4.5 smooches from me! ~Danielle Palumbo

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    You will cheer Logan on in this story of a guy who has it all, but doesn't realize it. When he's suspended by his team, he heads home because he feels that's where he needs to be to clear his head. When Summer, eager to grow her therapy practice heads to Denver to try to get him on board and try to help him return to hockey, she's met with resistance from Logan, and nothing but welcoming love from his mom. Read along and enjoy their story as it unfolds. 4 stars for this one! You will cheer Logan on in this story of a guy who has it all, but doesn't realize it. When he's suspended by his team, he heads home because he feels that's where he needs to be to clear his head. When Summer, eager to grow her therapy practice heads to Denver to try to get him on board and try to help him return to hockey, she's met with resistance from Logan, and nothing but welcoming love from his mom. Read along and enjoy their story as it unfolds. 4 stars for this one!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kim Whitehead

    What a sweet, tender and romantic story! Kendall Ryan take you on a delightful journey! Loss, understanding and love bring two people together in a beautiful setting! The Rookie was amazing and heartwarming! A glimpse of what to come has me anxiously awaiting what’s next! Another fantastic book by Kendall Ryan!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Melissa ❤️ bookaddict_fanatic

    The Rookie is the third book in the Looking To Score series and one that was not the typical sports romance you come to expect. Logan and Summer's book is a beautiful heartwarming story filled with loss and grief but also finding love and the true meaning of family. I loved the way the Tate family embraced Summer into their fold and watching the growth of them all through their loss and healing. This was a story that focused more on the player than the team and one that caught me off guard with a The Rookie is the third book in the Looking To Score series and one that was not the typical sports romance you come to expect. Logan and Summer's book is a beautiful heartwarming story filled with loss and grief but also finding love and the true meaning of family. I loved the way the Tate family embraced Summer into their fold and watching the growth of them all through their loss and healing. This was a story that focused more on the player than the team and one that caught me off guard with all the feels.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Come_read_with_me_

    This review has a lot more to do with the reviewer than the actual book itself so I am going to break this review up. OK so the positives to start off, this book has some amazing characters. Logan's family are literally the best. The friendship, love and support throughout this book are amazing. I loved every second of it Logan's family welcomed Summer to their home with open arms. Summer is such a sweet character and Logan has a lot of walls, but once they came down, well, he was a sweetheart. T This review has a lot more to do with the reviewer than the actual book itself so I am going to break this review up. OK so the positives to start off, this book has some amazing characters. Logan's family are literally the best. The friendship, love and support throughout this book are amazing. I loved every second of it Logan's family welcomed Summer to their home with open arms. Summer is such a sweet character and Logan has a lot of walls, but once they came down, well, he was a sweetheart. The chemistry between these two was electric. I loved how Kendall wrote this book with a dual POV. It gave us a better understanding of Logan which I really enjoyed. Now for the second part. Like I said this is more to do with the reader, than the actual book itself. Summer is such a lovely character, however, that being said, I couldn't unsee the number of inaccuracies and ethical issues in her professional. Being a trained psychotherapist myself, I knew when a line was crossed. Now don't get me wrong, I'm all for taboo relationships etc, I rather enjoy that trope. This unfortunately was more than that. Summer is an amazing character, however, from the very beginning, she was not in the right mind frame to help a client (Logan). While in training (in Ireland) and when you are completely qualified, a psychotherapist has to continue with their own counselling and personal development, in order to not to transfer emotions and feelings onto their clients. To be there completely for their clients. Summer seemed to have jumped right over all of that. Also from the moment, she had "romantic" feelings for him she should have referred him to another therapist. If I wasn't a psychotherapist myself, and I didn't know about ethics etc, I would have loved this book. It flowed well and the characters were amazing. Unfortunately, this book was not for me. Thank you to the author for a copy of this e-arc in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Keri Loves Books

    Another hockey bad boy is about to be taken down! Logan has been suspended for fighting on the ice. His anger is controlling him and ruining his game and possibly his future in the NHL. After he's suspended from play, he heads home to his small town, Lost Haven, in Colorado to get centered and spend time with his family. Logan can only play again after being cleared by a sports psychologist, but he wants no part of that. That's how Summer finds herself in Lost Haven with the Tate family. She just Another hockey bad boy is about to be taken down! Logan has been suspended for fighting on the ice. His anger is controlling him and ruining his game and possibly his future in the NHL. After he's suspended from play, he heads home to his small town, Lost Haven, in Colorado to get centered and spend time with his family. Logan can only play again after being cleared by a sports psychologist, but he wants no part of that. That's how Summer finds herself in Lost Haven with the Tate family. She just started her own business and landing Logan Tate as a client would be a game changer. Good thing she is driven and persistent, because Logan is going to be a challenge. You'll fall in love with this small town, hockey romance. The Tate clan is chock full of amazing people. A mother who has no problem butting in and slipping you some "calming" tea, a grandpa who is all seeing and all knowing and four brothers that will punch you as quickly as lend you an ear. The love is loud and in abundance. They welcome Summer's presence openly and everyone takes a liking to her. She's there to do a job, but ends up with a whole lot more. A fun, yet emotional read that delivers heat and a beautiful forever. Logan and Summer share some chemistry, and even when they try and keep things strictly professional they can't resist. Summer will work to help Logan open up and learn to handle his anger and Logan will give her a family to love and that loves her back. I hope the Tate boys get their own stories...hint hint!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ana Paula

    This is the best book that Kendall Ryan has ever written! Logan is a great character who is grieving his father death and has to keep his high maintenance job as a hockey player along with making amends with his family. The book is really about grief since it is what really bonds Logan and Summer, her understanding of the anger and loneliness that he is feeling since because of this job he must be apart from his family in Montana. The writing is superb, and the characters are so well developed an This is the best book that Kendall Ryan has ever written! Logan is a great character who is grieving his father death and has to keep his high maintenance job as a hockey player along with making amends with his family. The book is really about grief since it is what really bonds Logan and Summer, her understanding of the anger and loneliness that he is feeling since because of this job he must be apart from his family in Montana. The writing is superb, and the characters are so well developed and endearing. Initially Logan is just an important client for her business, but it slowly and deeply become a question of trust and love for them. The Tate family is something else! Logan's mother is what I want to be in the future for my daughter and there is a scene in the chicken coop that will be long remembered in the romance community! I just loved this book!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alex in Spades

    This was a lovely story, but as much as I like the cozy and sexy romance I felt like nothing really happened, and it was just a bit too sweet for me. Logan's past and the issues with his family was very interesting, but it was just skimmed on the surface. It had so much potential, but not much was resolved in the end. This was a great addition, but I just wish it was maybe a bit longer, with more focus on some plots in this story. Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke did an amazing job with these charact This was a lovely story, but as much as I like the cozy and sexy romance I felt like nothing really happened, and it was just a bit too sweet for me. Logan's past and the issues with his family was very interesting, but it was just skimmed on the surface. It had so much potential, but not much was resolved in the end. This was a great addition, but I just wish it was maybe a bit longer, with more focus on some plots in this story. Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke did an amazing job with these characters. And I'm really excited for the next book in this series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    The Rookie🏑 Logan is the newest player on the Boston Titans team but after losing his father suddenly, he seems to have gone slightly off the rails. Now he’s facing a suspension and possibly forfeiture of his multi- million dollar contract for hockey😢 However, the NHL has a plan and Summer gets sent in as she’s a sports psychologist and hopefully she can help❣️But they both get more than they bargained for when they start falling for each other😍 A great story of love for Logan and Summer with lot The Rookie🏑 Logan is the newest player on the Boston Titans team but after losing his father suddenly, he seems to have gone slightly off the rails. Now he’s facing a suspension and possibly forfeiture of his multi- million dollar contract for hockey😢 However, the NHL has a plan and Summer gets sent in as she’s a sports psychologist and hopefully she can help❣️But they both get more than they bargained for when they start falling for each other😍 A great story of love for Logan and Summer with lots of laugh out loud moments with Logan’s family😂 I received an advanced copy via Booksprout and voluntarily leave my honest review❤️

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jill M

    Honestly I was not expecting this story. It took me by surprise in a good way. It pulled on my heartstrings and gave me good romance vibes. It was a beautiful love story with little angst and a whole lot of sexy. I loved the Taye family and their unconditional love. This was a great addition to the series and my favorite so far.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Loved listening to Erin Mallon and Jason Clark bring these characters to life. It was funny, sexy, sad, and oh so touching. Can’t wait for Saints book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    2,5 stars. A book with a lot of potential. Unfortunately there were a lot of unbelievable elements that didn’t work for me. For starters, Summer being a counselor was a joke. What did she do? She acted as his friend not his therapist. Then all the lines she crossed was not professional at all. She was the one who came on to him, not the other way around. Logan had issues and could use some anger management, but nothing was resolved. What deep questions did she ask? Which tasks did she gave him t 2,5 stars. A book with a lot of potential. Unfortunately there were a lot of unbelievable elements that didn’t work for me. For starters, Summer being a counselor was a joke. What did she do? She acted as his friend not his therapist. Then all the lines she crossed was not professional at all. She was the one who came on to him, not the other way around. Logan had issues and could use some anger management, but nothing was resolved. What deep questions did she ask? Which tasks did she gave him to help him? None. I’m not a counselor, but I know this is not the way to help a human being back on track. The main subject of this book was shoved aside for the romance. This could’ve been executed so much better. Then book 3 in this “sports” romance series doesn’t involve sports again. We got a breadcrumb and that’s all. I wanted it to have more about this topic, but the whole storyline takes place outside the rink. Just as book 1 and 2. But perhaps this is the whole intention of the author. I don’t know. I liked Logan’s family and the setting on their farm. I would like to see a new series involving Logan’s brothers. There’s slight hinting to that in the epilogue with Graham and his neighbor. We have to wait and see. I had to warm up to Logan, but once his defensive mask fell I really liked him. I hated Summer, didn’t like her at all. She didn’t sound very convincing and I disapproved the things she did. The ending confirmed to me that this book was so unbelievable. I preferred another epilogue or at least not “2 months later”. But that’s my personal opinion. It’s clear that this isn’t my favorite in the series, of even a favorite of all Kendall’s books. A miss for me. Only rounding it up to 2,5 stars because of Logan and his family. Safe read. Hero not a manwhore. Sex life of both isn’t discussed. No OW/OM drama, cheating or sex with OP.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    3.5 stars. I really wanted to love this one and probably would have if it was heavily expanded on. Why write something that includes heavy topics (death of a parent & counseling) if it’s not really focused on? I did appreciate Logan’s large family and how they immediately accepted Summer into their home. I also really wish that it wasn’t so insta! The time frame here was so unbelievable to me and it took away from the story. ARC

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    The Rookie by Kendall Ryan was a sweet and sexy slow burn forbidden romance. This book left me feeling all warm and gooey inside, and really made me appreciate the importance of family! This is book 3 in the Looking to Score series, and Logan Tate absolutely stole my heart. Logan Tate is a grumpy, ill tempered rookie in the professional hockey world. Logan is troubled due to a recent loss in his life, and is having a difficult time coping and keeping it together. Summer Campbell is a new sports p The Rookie by Kendall Ryan was a sweet and sexy slow burn forbidden romance. This book left me feeling all warm and gooey inside, and really made me appreciate the importance of family! This is book 3 in the Looking to Score series, and Logan Tate absolutely stole my heart. Logan Tate is a grumpy, ill tempered rookie in the professional hockey world. Logan is troubled due to a recent loss in his life, and is having a difficult time coping and keeping it together. Summer Campbell is a new sports psychologist, who is hoping to snag a high profile client like Logan to help her business get up and running. Flying from Boston to the remote town of Lost Haven, CO to track Logan down, was supposed to be a quick trip. However when Summer meets Logan's family a void is filled in her heart. The more Summer hangs around Logan and his family, the more she realizes remaining just a sports psychologist may be more difficult than she planned. The chemistry between Logan and Summer is magnetic. I adored the setting of the story, and now may need to go rent a cozy cabin in the mountains of Colorado! This book made me laugh, (CBD tea) had hot steamy moments, (cabin sex...), and made my heart swoon (perfect HEA)! Kendall has created memorable and charismatic characters that you can't help but fall in love with! I look forward to Saint's story next!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    ***ARC Provided by the Author*** I really enjoyed Logan and Summer. I liked their chemistry, their attraction, and how they were each reluctant (at first) to be involved with one another, although for different reasons. I liked that this one is a book about a hockey player, but one out of the "world" of hockey and set mostly in Colorado at Logan's family's home. The dynamic added to that by the family, and them being outside of the hockey world made it feel a little different than the normal hocke ***ARC Provided by the Author*** I really enjoyed Logan and Summer. I liked their chemistry, their attraction, and how they were each reluctant (at first) to be involved with one another, although for different reasons. I liked that this one is a book about a hockey player, but one out of the "world" of hockey and set mostly in Colorado at Logan's family's home. The dynamic added to that by the family, and them being outside of the hockey world made it feel a little different than the normal hockey hero trope. I also liked the conflict, not only between them but as they figured out a way to not only get along and see things somewhat from the other's point of view, but also as they decided how much they were willing to risk for the relationship to move forward. Overall, I enjoyed and recommend this title.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bookbird2020

    Logan Tate is a hot headed rookie who’s about to blow his shot. After a fight that lands him an 8 game suspension he goes home to Colorado with his tail between his legs. Summer is an ambitious woman with Logan Tate in her sights. She wants him as a client and has been given the job of getting him cleared to play again. So she travels all the way to the mountains to secure the deal. What she doesn’t expect when she arrives is a warm welcome from the loud Tate clan but a frosty one from the man she Logan Tate is a hot headed rookie who’s about to blow his shot. After a fight that lands him an 8 game suspension he goes home to Colorado with his tail between his legs. Summer is an ambitious woman with Logan Tate in her sights. She wants him as a client and has been given the job of getting him cleared to play again. So she travels all the way to the mountains to secure the deal. What she doesn’t expect when she arrives is a warm welcome from the loud Tate clan but a frosty one from the man she’s there to help. I love the warmth and familiarity of this story. I just want to sit in momma Tate’s kitchen while she bakes and listen to Grandpa Al snore in his recliner. The slow burn of Summer and Logan’s romance is satisfying and frustrating in equal measure, but when things finally heat up, it’s sweet and sexy. By the end of this book I felt a sense of comfort and family that brought tears to my eyes. A heartwarming story of love, family and acceptance.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Magali

    Tender and moving 4.5 The story shouldn't be called the rookie, but the rookies because both Logan, a new player on the ice hockey team, and Summer, the psychologist who is there to assess and help him, are at a new turning point in their life and career. Summer has to go find him in his environment because as he is suspended, he has fled to his family. Their relationship must be professional and cannot be personal by definition, so part of the story is predictable. However, this story remains a goo Tender and moving 4.5 The story shouldn't be called the rookie, but the rookies because both Logan, a new player on the ice hockey team, and Summer, the psychologist who is there to assess and help him, are at a new turning point in their life and career. Summer has to go find him in his environment because as he is suspended, he has fled to his family. Their relationship must be professional and cannot be personal by definition, so part of the story is predictable. However, this story remains a good, hot, tender romance, against the backdrop of the difficulty of rebuilding oneself after the death of a family member. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marisol Barrera

    “You can’t appreciate the sweet if you never have the bitter.” This book was the sweet, easy, light read that I was looking for. It’s a story about love, friendship, family and loss. I really enjoyed it. It was 200 pages of swoon worthy moments. The characters were fantastic, Logan’s family was the best, the way they loved so unconditionally was inspiring. Despite Logan’s grumpiness the chemistry between him and Summer was nothing short of perfect. Synopsis: After being suspended by his hockey tea “You can’t appreciate the sweet if you never have the bitter.” This book was the sweet, easy, light read that I was looking for. It’s a story about love, friendship, family and loss. I really enjoyed it. It was 200 pages of swoon worthy moments. The characters were fantastic, Logan’s family was the best, the way they loved so unconditionally was inspiring. Despite Logan’s grumpiness the chemistry between him and Summer was nothing short of perfect. Synopsis: After being suspended by his hockey team for fighting on the ice, Logan heads home to regroup. The only way the team will let him play is if he gets cleared by a sports therapist. Summer is one of the teams psychologists and after trying to reach him with no avail she decides her only option is to show up at his door. It’s not surprising that when she gets there he wants nothing to do with her, he didn’t pick up the phone for a reason. 💫Read if you like •Dual POV •Found family •Grumpy to Sunshine •Small town setting •Forbidden love of sorts •Slow burn •Mexican taco trucks •Sizzling chemistry

  27. 5 out of 5

    Irene

    4.5 stars I really enjoyed The Rookie by Kendall Ryan. From the first few pages I knew this was going to be a great read. I enjoyed the writing, the plot held my interest from start to end and I loved all the characters. The Rookie is the 3rd book from the Looking to Score series and I highly recommend it. Each book has been a joy to read. Now LIVE! Amazon ~ https://amzn.to/3fJpmQY Apple ~ https://apple.co/2RV2tAZ Nook ~ https://bit.ly/3i8u24t Kobo ~ https://bit.ly/3idAjvE *I received an advance copy in 4.5 stars I really enjoyed The Rookie by Kendall Ryan. From the first few pages I knew this was going to be a great read. I enjoyed the writing, the plot held my interest from start to end and I loved all the characters. The Rookie is the 3rd book from the Looking to Score series and I highly recommend it. Each book has been a joy to read. Now LIVE! Amazon ~ https://amzn.to/3fJpmQY Apple ~ https://apple.co/2RV2tAZ Nook ~ https://bit.ly/3i8u24t Kobo ~ https://bit.ly/3idAjvE *I received an advance copy in exchange for my honest thoughts*

  28. 5 out of 5

    B.

    Logan & Summer’s Sweet & Steamy Feel-Good Story Is More Small Town Than Hockey, But It Doesn’t Disappoint. It Is About Grief & Moving On. It Takes You Into The World Of The Tate Family In The Remote Colorado Town Of Lost Haven. This is book three of the Looking to Score series about the Boston Titans NHL team. It is a standalone. There is no overlap between this book and the first two in the series other than the incidental mention of Alex and a few other teammates and staff of the Boston Titans Logan & Summer’s Sweet & Steamy Feel-Good Story Is More Small Town Than Hockey, But It Doesn’t Disappoint. It Is About Grief & Moving On. It Takes You Into The World Of The Tate Family In The Remote Colorado Town Of Lost Haven. This is book three of the Looking to Score series about the Boston Titans NHL team. It is a standalone. There is no overlap between this book and the first two in the series other than the incidental mention of Alex and a few other teammates and staff of the Boston Titans. Very little of this story actually takes place in Boston. THE SERIES INCLUDES (THUS FAR): 1. The Rebel (Holt Rossi & Eden Wynn’s story) 2. The Rival (Alex Braun & Aspen Ford’s story) 3. The Rookie (Logan Tate & 4. The Rebound (Saint & Kinley’s story) FROM THE REBEL, BOOK ONE: This story opens as the hockey season is about to begin. Eden Wynn, roughly twenty-seven, is from Massachusetts royalty. Her grandfather – Grandpa Pete – had been owner of the Boston Titans since she was small, and her father had been governor while she was in high school. Her family was connected. But not everything is perfect behind the scenes of the elite, and to her horror the entire world knew some of her family’s baggage when her father was caught in a compromising position while still in office. That scandal only brought more pressure to bear on her shoulders. She would need to prove herself, and she was determined to make that happen. she knew she needed to challenge herself to step out of her comfort zone. She needed to be a little reckless, a little less boring. And she didn’t hesitate to do things once she made up her mind. Her family mantra: Wynn at all costs. Alex Braun was on a hockey scholarship, and rumor had it he would be signing with the NHL and skipping his senior year at Sutton. He was going to be a star. When a dare at a party led to a kiss, Eden set her sights on him. He would be her reckless fun. Certainly he was rumored to have the coeds at his beck and call, but all she wanted was some fun. Some other ideas slipped into her consciousness, too – like the idea that together they would make a great power couple. Holt Rossi might not play hockey, but he is a bear of a man. He and Eden had taken some classes together during freshman and sophomore year, before he declared his major in criminal justice. They had even worked on a project together. He couldn’t help but fall a little for her, though he knew she was out of his league. Abandoned at a young age by his father and raised by his drunk mother, he never had much of a childhood. His older brother landed in prison, and Holt decided as a teen he needed to escape that life. His academic scholarship to Sutton University was too good to be true, just like the notion that someone like Eden might choose someone like him. When they somehow crossed paths at a party during junior year, he knew she was interested in meeting Braun there. He couldn’t believe she ended up in his bedroom with him instead. That she talked and opened up, and he did the same. And then what followed…. Eden had chosen one man. Six years later, Eden is once again with both men before her, wondering if she made the wrong decision. Wondering where she might be now if she had chosen differently. Even Alex was surprised when he put his playing days behind to have a relationship with Eden. They spent five years together, with her following his career. But eventually the novelty wore off and Alex withdrew. With rumors of cheating in the tabloids, who eagerly gobbled up stories about the couple, it was hard to know what to believe. When their relationship blew up six months ago, Eden was thankful that she had begun spending her spare time with her Grandpa Pete for the last three years. He had begun to groom her to take over running the Titans herself one day, so she was able to throw herself into her career when Alex left. But her grandfather’s sudden death put everything in question. A battle ensued, but Eden finally won the right to keep the team. If only the public had supported her victory it would have been a real celebration. As it is, she is hated by the fans, not respected by the team, and the target of much mean-spirited speculation in the tabloids. As a woman and the youngest owner in the league, the consensus is that she should sell the team. Nobody believes the team will be successful under her leadership. And to make matters worse, during her legal battle, Alex got traded to the Titans. She is now his boss. Eden might have an elite background, but that doesn’t insulate her from heartbreak. She meets two men at Sutton University – one on an athletic scholarship and the other on an academic one. Alex Braun will be an NHL star, and Holt Rossi is the loner bad boy who patiently sat by her side. She later learns that choices have consequences. This story is well-written. The plot is somewhat complex early on; it later focuses more on the couple’s developing relationship, which is tentative and slow to build. The drama is more in the background as the couple finally begins to move forward. There is no cheating, but a few challenges do sneak their way in later in the story. It sets up book two of the series (though both are standalones). The characters are well-developed, particularly Eden. The history and background add more depth. Holt maintains a little more mystery. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Holt and Eden. I rate this story 4.5 stars. FROM THE RIVAL, BOOK 2: This book opens during the off-season the next summer. Alex Braun, roughly twenty-eight, has learned a few things since his very public breakup with Eden Wynn just over a year ago. He had enjoyed being a bachelor once again, and the puck bunnies were appreciative of his new status, too. But much of the last year hadn’t gone as expected. With his trade to the Boston Titans, there were high expectations for his career, but the starting center didn’t live up to the hype. Some fans suggested he was too interested in hookups to give the game his full attention .He also had a rocky welcome to the team. It took a little bit of time for the players to embrace him, but that paled in comparison to his relationship with the Titans owner – his ex-girlfriend. She took over ownership following her grandfather’s death, and working for the woman he walked out on months earlier was more than awkward. But watching her fall in love with Holt Rossi was even more uncomfortable. It was a long season, but he finally learned a few things about himself. He is tired of the endless hookups, and his sister may be right about him pushing people away. It might have taken him a while, but Alex finally seems to be ready to grow up. The problem is that all the trouble he had gotten into over the last year, thanks to his impulsive behavior, is catching up with him now. His career is on the line, and a lot hinges on his reputation. He has been warned to keep a low profile over the summer and to stay out of trouble. His second season with the Titans is still uncertain. Aspen Ford, turning twenty-five, just went through a rough breakup. She met Dale when she was twenty and they attended Harvard together. She had devoted herself to him, but she eventually realized that their relationship was not a two-way street. She had fallen for him before knowing him well. With hindsight, she realizes that she had been excusing his behavior for quite some time and thus failed to notice the red flags. Unfortunately, leaving Dale left her homeless. She is fortunate to not only be Eden Wynn’s executive assistant, but also her friend. Eden and her fiancé Holt have kindly welcomed her in their home for the past two weeks, but Aspen knows it is time to move forward and find an apartment of her own. So when Alex Braun suggests that taking the summer caretaker position for Saint’s lake property in Ottawa might be a great way to help heal her broken heart, the timing couldn’t be more perfect. Alex can’t help his attraction to Eden’s assistant despite knowing better. But acting on that attraction with Aspen is wrong in so many ways. Aside from the fact that she is Eden’s friend, Aspen doesn’t seem like a one night stand kind of girl. And even though Alex is ready for a relationship personally, he cannot afford to be seen with women any time soon. He heads up to his teammate Saint’s cabin for the weekend to do some of the heavy lifting he had promised to help with, and the two find a level of comfort with one another that is surprising. They develop a friendship over the summer, and the lake house becomes a magical sort of bubble that keeps the world and its worries at bay. But as the new season approaches, uncertainty about what that might mean begins to weigh on them. The life of a hockey player is trying at times, and much of that time is spent on the road. Eden remains their boss, and her relationship with them both makes things complicated. They each face some self-reflection if there is any hope of making something real together. The couple eventually finds a happy ending. Alex and Aspen’s sweet romance is about two people nursing broken hearts and unexpectedly finding love with one another. Their summer at the lake house gives them the time and space to realize just how perfect they are together. The story is nicely written. The plot is simple. The characters have some depth. Much more is known about Alex’s character, from books one and two collectively. Aspen’s background is brief. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Alex and Aspen. I rate this book four stars. IN THIS BOOK: This story opens in October as the new season begins. Logan Tate, twenty-three, is known as the rookie. It is the beginning of his second season as a defenseman on the Boston Titans, and he isn’t living up to his $2.6 million NHL contract. His teammates are losing faith, but more importantly, the management isn’t pleased with his performance. He is having a bit of an identity crisis. Hockey has been his life for years. His family had sacrificed to support his dreams, but he doesn’t know what he wants anymore. He isn’t even interested in women. There had been one last year, but it turned out she was superficial and it ended. The competition on the ice is fierce now that he is playing pro-hockey, and finding his place amongst such talent isn’t easy. He hasn’t been able to clear his head of questions this season, which is impacting his game. Time seems to be running out. What he wants most of all is his father’s advice, but that won’t be coming. His father passed away over the summer, and even though his heart is back at home with his family in Colorado, he listened to his mom and retuned for the season because his dad would have wanted that. When Logan gets violent on the ice yet again and gets ejected, causing his team the game, his suspension is inevitable. Eight games, a serious consequence. But his return to the team is not guaranteed, either. Coach Wilder requires Logan to get a therapist to sign off before he gets ice time again.. He must satisfy the therapist that his anger is under control. Coach gives him three names to choose from and instructs him to set it up, but all Logan wants to do it hop on a plane and return home to Lost Haven, Colorado, to his mother, Grandpa Al, and his three brothers – Graham, Austen, and Matt. His family is hurting with his father’s recent death as well as the consequent scramble for his brothers to find a viable way to keep their sixty acre property – the piece of land that had been his father’s dream, and the lifestyle that comes with it. Summer Campbell, roughly twenty-four, needs a break. Following your dream and starting your own practice as a sports psychologist doesn’t come without risk, and if she doesn’t catch some luck soon she might not make her rent. Since she lost her mother two years ago, she has been alone in the world. She never knew her father and has nobody left to turn to. The closest she has to family is Les Benson, the front officer manager of the Boston Titans, for whom she had interned during college. She had studied sports management, and he had become a mentor. She graduated with a degree in sports medicine, but physical therapy didn’t satisfy her so she got her master’s degree in psychology. A recent grad, she hopes to continue to work with athletes, but to help them in a different way with her counseling services. Les was kind enough to give Summer the name of a young rookie who may lose his career if he doesn’t learn how to control his anger. Logan Tate needs written approval from a therapist before he returns to play, and he hasn’t decided on a therapist yet. Logan’s career is hanging by a thread, so with the hope of gaining a high-profile client that will help jump-start her counseling business, she does something unconventional and follows him home to Colorado. With student loans and other bills coming in each month, failure is not an option. She just needs to get him to agree to do the sessions with her, then she can fly back home to Boston by the week’s end and finish out the sessions remotely should Logan remain with his family for the duration of his suspension. Logan and Summer’s story starts out with a lot of antagonism as Summer feels like a fish out of water and Logan is still dealing with anger issues. Lost Haven is a tiny mountain town with just over six hundred people, nothing like Boston. The Tate family is unlike anything Summer has experienced. They are loud and busy. Fighting amongst the four brothers is rather commonplace. Jillian, Logan’s mother and a recent widow, keeps the family together with her overbearing ways and home-cooked meals. Grandpa Al, Logan’s paternal grandfather, always has interesting stories to tell and isn’t afraid to share his opinions. As Logan does his best to get rid of Summer, his family welcomes her into the fold. Logan’s stubborn refusal to come to terms with his father’s death remains her biggest obstacle to returning to Boston, but Summer soon finds that Lost Haven and the Tate family are everything she could ever want – a sense of family and belonging. As the two slowly get to know one another, their feelings begin to change. But Summer is only in Lost Haven to secure a job, and Logan still doesn’t know what he wants for his future. The couple eventually earns a happy ending. Book four’s story is whispered near the end of this book. Saint and team captain Reeves are having issues. Saint’s story comes in book four, The Rebound, which is his story with his neighbor Kinley, who happens to be Reeves’ pregnant little sister. Logan and Summer’s story takes the reader into the world of the Tate family on sixty mountainous acres near the remote Colorado town of Lost Haven. The family is tight, but the loss of the father leaves them mourning his death while trying to save his dream. Graham, the eldest son, steps up take charge of the monumental task, but it means the stoic figure rarely has time for even a smile. The family has spent ten years on the property and was only just getting it to the point that it might turn a profit. The family is fantastic, and their story is rewarding. Although it would conceivably never fit into this series, it reads like there might be more stories yet to come from the Tate family. Graham’s romance with Ella Emerson is set up as a slight age gap story. There are a few issues that merit mention. First, it is a little hard to piece together the various terms related to Summer’s studies and professions. At times it feels inconsistent, but I have tried to lay it out altogether above in a way that helps it to make sense. Next, Logan’s suspension is eight games. I am no hockey expert, but I believe that would only keep him off the ice for perhaps two and a half weeks, give or take. The story is vague on this point. Sometimes the story makes it feel much longer. There is a point where Logan has not seen Summer in weeks, but that feels like a stretch. It comes across as more like a week, give or take. Nevertheless, the story remains enjoyable to read. Logan and Summer’s story is more small town than hockey, but it doesn’t disappoint. It is about grief and moving on. Logan puts up a good front, but underneath the surface is a vulnerability and softness that most don’t know exist. People see him as violent, but that is just a symptom of his need for an outlet. Summer helps him to manage that anger while also getting the opportunity to see what a real family feels like. She is desperate to have that for herself, but learning how much she is missing out on makes her feel her own loneliness tenfold. Their sweet and steamy feel-good story has you rooting for the rookie. It is nicely written. The plot is fairly simple, but there are various characters that keep things busy, so the reader is kept guessing about what direction things will eventually go. The characters are carefully crafted. The cast of characters is wonderful. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Logan and Summer. I rate this book four stars. I received an advance copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jamanda

    Great read Loved summer and Logan story. It's emotional, beautiful, sexy, feel good and addictive. If you're after a hockey romance this series is for you Great read Loved summer and Logan story. It's emotional, beautiful, sexy, feel good and addictive. If you're after a hockey romance this series is for you

  30. 4 out of 5

    Amy Dickinson

    Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kendall Ryan’s The Rookie starts out strong. Her hero, Logan, is struggling with his season. After losing his temper and taking out a hockey player on the opposing team, he’s suspended and forced to work with a counselor. That counselor is our heroine, Summer. Since Logan returns home to Colorado to wait out his suspension, Summer travels to his family’s home to help him, as she has a burgeoning counseling business. Logan is not excited to see her, but his family conspires t Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kendall Ryan’s The Rookie starts out strong. Her hero, Logan, is struggling with his season. After losing his temper and taking out a hockey player on the opposing team, he’s suspended and forced to work with a counselor. That counselor is our heroine, Summer. Since Logan returns home to Colorado to wait out his suspension, Summer travels to his family’s home to help him, as she has a burgeoning counseling business. Logan is not excited to see her, but his family conspires to keep Summer there. Even though Logan wants to get rid of Summer, he finds himself attracted to her. As Summer spends two weeks in his home, they grow closer and realize they want more, but their roles won’t allow it. Will they find their happy ending? I really do like the intention behind Kendall Ryan’s Looking to Score hockey series. And even at the beginning of this story, I loved the “hate to love” motif that began it. However, there are some issues with the story. For one, and I recognize this is fiction and I have to suspend my disbelief, I struggled with Summer’s willingness to undermine her position as Logan’s counselor. I don’t think that Ryan handles the true gravity of this in her story. Summer is unprofessional and unethical. Even more, the grief that Logan is manifesting in anger is handled quickly (in one session), and that feels irresponsible even for a romance. During a time when there are many romance authors handling major issues in productive ways, I worry that The Rookie is too fluffy and inconsequential in its treatment of Logan’s problems. Yes, there is a cute romance here. Yes, it’s intermixed with those steamy scenes indicative of a Kendall Ryan story, but I struggled with the storytelling and character development with this one. It’s uneven and feels a bit lazy. If you don’t care about the believability of a story, then you’ll probably like The Rookie. It’s fairly light fare, and it has a happy ending. If that’s your thing, then grab this one for your weekend reading.

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