Review – Trade Off (Nashville Nights, Next Generation, Book 2) by Cheryl Douglas

Trade OffBlurb
Professional hockey player, Aiden Cooper, should be happy. He’s been traded to Nashville. But going home also means he has to face the truth. The love of his life is married to his former best friend and new teammate there’s not a damn thing he can do about it.

When Sela Clarke finds out her former boyfriend, Aiden Cooper, is finally coming home, she panics. How can she pretend she’s still in love with her husband when the only man she’s ever loved is bound to uncover the lie that tore them apart?

Second chance romances are so inspiring to me. Especially when, like in this story the reason they drifted apart in the first place was a mistake or miscommunication.

Sela thought her and Aiden would last forever, until the night before he left for Vancouver to start his hockey career she heard him say he was glad he was finally getting space from her. When she finds out two things that rock her world, she seeks comfort from his best friend and ends up married to him.

Nick is finally coming home after eight long years. He plans to confront his past and see how the hell the woman he loved could marry his best friend and vice versa. What he finally finds out shocks him to the core. He doesn’t know if he can work past it or not.

Meddling family members get these two stubborn, hard-headed lovers to realize that they finally have a second chance and they better not blow it. I love how everything finally works out. I can’t wait to read more about this huge Nashville family!

Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Slinky

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