Filled Potential

You’re mine, Juniper. Don’t you know that?

Lainey Davis
Filled Potential

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Note: Books 1-3 have also been packaged into a box set

Publisher’s Synopsis:
She’s my lawyer. I’m on thin ice. Nothing can happen between us.

Except…it already did.

I moved home looking to rebuild my hockey career and my brother’s connections laced up my transfer to the Pittsburgh Fury.

How do I decide to celebrate? I hit the club and pick up the first hot woman I can find.

She wanted a night of wild passion–no names, just heat.

So I roll into my agent meeting on Monday to sign papers with the new lawyers and there she is. Working at my brother’s firm.

She says she’ll get disbarred if we don’t keep things professional. But Juniper is my dream woman. Smart, athletic, fierce…I’d spend eternity in the sin bin for her.

We just can’t get caught.

Point of view:
1st person. Alternating chapters between Ty & Juniper’s perspective.

Rellim’s Thoughts:
This is book 2 in Lainey Davis’ Stag Brothers series. While each book is about a different brother, this runs somewhat concurrently with book 1. I think they’re best enjoyed in order.

I loved Ty & Juniper individually and as a couple. I enjoy the “one night stand turns out to be your new coworker” trope and liked the way Davis wrote these two. It’s also a lot of fun when the guy is doing the chasing – in this instance because Juniper has a lot more to lose if their relationship goes public. There’s a little angst, but it’s brief and makes sense in the story.

Quick listen and sweet romance. I’m jumping right into Thatcher’s book, Fragile Illusion.

Nikola Muckajev continues to be a great fit for Davis’s writing and her characters. I love the way he alternates his voice for the chapters depending on the perspective. Ty’s sense of humor and Juniper’s exasperation with him come through perfectly. Easy to listen to.

About the author:
Lainey Davis lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, her feral sons, and rescued rabbits. She writes steamy, contemporary love stories with grouchy heroes, strong heroines, and plenty of fiascos. She’s excited to find out how much coffee is too much.

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My Favorite Quotes

“You’re mine, Juniper. Don’t you know that?”

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