Book review | My thoughts—Denver Rebels 3–Sin Bin

It took me a while to read this book. I actually wanted to wait to read it just before Hunter’s book would drop. I am glad I finally cracked open my Kindle to delve into the pages of Sin Bin Logan’s story. I would call Logan and Meadow’s story, one of triumph and overcoming. Not many children who are raised in foster care or group home become a famous hockey player. Logan’s Jupiter has come back into his life unexpectedly, he is absolutely thrilled. Meadow is insistent, she and Logan are just friends; however, others and her actions state otherwise.

In this book author, Maureen Smith played a bit with my emotions when Logan lost his Jupiter. It was a bit heart wrenching to read as well as when Meadow found out what really happened to her parents. I can’t wait to see what is in store for Reid/Nadia, Viggo/Scarlett, and Logan/Meadow in upcoming books. Now onto Hunter.

I do have to say this though, that Jess is something else, she is a loyal friend, but she is also that friend that will get you into so much trouble.

Logan and Meadow’s story touched on real-life issues. A recommended read.

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