Superfan (Brooklyn, #3)
Sometimes lady luck shakes your hand, and sometimes she smacks your face. Sometimes she does both on the same day.Three years ago I met the most amazing girl in the world. We were both down on our luck. Then I got that call—the one that tells you to get your buns on a plane to go meet your destiny.But the girl was left behind. I didn’t have her phone number, and she didn’t know my real name.While I became a professional hockey player, she became a superstar, with platinum records and legions of fans. And a slick, music producer boyfriend who treated her badly.But fate wasn’t done with us yet. When Delilah turns up at a hockey game, I can’t resist making contact. The internet swoons when I ask her out on a date.She might not remember me. But her jerkface ex does. He’ll do anything to keep us apart. Good thing athletes never give up. This time I’m playing for keeps.More information at SarinaBowen.com

Superfan (Brooklyn, #3) Details

TitleSuperfan (Brooklyn, #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 25th, 2019
PublisherTuxbury Publishing LLC
ISBN-139781942444763
Rating
GenreRomance, Sports and Games, Sports, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance

Superfan (Brooklyn, #3) Review

  • Corina☞BookTwinsReviews
    January 1, 1970
    SUPERFAN was a wonderful surprise!I was expecting it to be a regular sports romance – color me surprised when it turned out to be so much more. The merging of two of my favorite genres sports romance and rockstar romances really did it for me.
  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UK I had no clue Silas was going to turn out to be so adorable but holy swoon, Batman! I loved him and his sweetness. It's not something that comes to mind when you think of a sports romance, but he was completely different from the usual cocky athletes. He was a little shy, super loving, and really romantic when it came to Delilah. Their story was intriguing and had a nice flow to it. It wasn't overly dramatic, but had some angst and suspense to it that I enjoyed. Ov NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UK I had no clue Silas was going to turn out to be so adorable but holy swoon, Batman! I loved him and his sweetness. It's not something that comes to mind when you think of a sports romance, but he was completely different from the usual cocky athletes. He was a little shy, super loving, and really romantic when it came to Delilah. Their story was intriguing and had a nice flow to it. It wasn't overly dramatic, but had some angst and suspense to it that I enjoyed. Overall though it was a fun book to read and the characters made it easy to fall into their world. I loved seeing Silas with Delilah and their interactions always kept a smile on my face. Definitely a book I recommend reading. I would say it can be read as a standalone without any issue. Old characters have some cameo's but there are no spoilers. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••
    January 1, 1970
    Oh what a fun surprise!!!!!!! Love when you mix some tropes, especially when you mix the favorites!!!! Yummmmm is all I can say!! Steaming Yummmm! I fell for Silas & Delilah. I loved their journey and man oh man did I enjoy their ride!!!! When you find that you are surprised at how much you love a character, it makes the book that much better for you, I believe in the connection!! Silas and Delilah met before each of their careers took off, so coming together was fun to relight their relatio Oh what a fun surprise!!!!!!! Love when you mix some tropes, especially when you mix the favorites!!!! Yummmmm is all I can say!! Steaming Yummmm! I fell for Silas & Delilah. I loved their journey and man oh man did I enjoy their ride!!!! When you find that you are surprised at how much you love a character, it makes the book that much better for you, I believe in the connection!! Silas and Delilah met before each of their careers took off, so coming together was fun to relight their relationship. These two are it, the IT couple, the power couple, so hard not to fall for them.So, even if you haven't read the previous books, although they are sexy and fun, this can be read as a standalone. I hands down recommend this read to you Sports & Rock Romance lovers
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  • Kendall Ryan
    January 1, 1970
    This was absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!! Thank you Sarina for the early ARC! Silas was so dreamy, and he and Delilah are my new favorite power couple!
  • ⊱✿⊰ Alicia ⊱✿⊰
    January 1, 1970
    Look what just landed on my kindle, so F'ing excited to start this tonight!!
  • Corinne Michaels
    January 1, 1970
    Dear Sarina,I need this book.Please.I'm begging.Have mercy on your friend.
  • Jeannine Allison
    January 1, 1970
    THANK FUCKING GOD!!!! Silas definitely needs his own story! 😍
  • FMABookReviews
    January 1, 1970
    "It's like our souls vibrate at exactly the same frequency." su·per·fan/ˈsoopərfan/noun1. a person who has an extreme or obsessive admiration for a particular person or thing.Superfan -- that's me, I'm a Sarina Bowen Superfan!I'm not sure how to explain this, but Bowen's voice was different with this book. The story was so fluid and engaging, and the characters were brilliantly portrayed. Don't get me wrong, I loved her other books, but this one was crazy good!Silas is the one in the other bo "It's like our souls vibrate at exactly the same frequency." su·per·fan/ˈsoopərfan/noun1. a person who has an extreme or obsessive admiration for a particular person or thing.Superfan -- that's me, I'm a Sarina Bowen Superfan!I'm not sure how to explain this, but Bowen's voice was different with this book. The story was so fluid and engaging, and the characters were brilliantly portrayed. Don't get me wrong, I loved her other books, but this one was crazy good!Silas is the one in the other books in this series, who was obsessed with the singer, Delilah Spark, and her music. His teammates always teased him about his choice of music, but he didn't care, and now we know why!Silas had thought his NHL career was over before it ever started. He hadn't been picked up by a team, and the outlook for him didn't look promising. He was working as a bartender in the town he grew up in. He'd become bitter and slightly depressed. The only bright spot to his days was when Delilah Spark walked into his bar. She was in town for the annual music festival. She was an aspiring artist who hoped to one day, headline the event. Silas was the bright spot of her days, too. Her manager was a world class jerk and made her life miserable. But she needed him, and even though she didn't trust easily, she had to trust that he would help her career. As the days past, Silas and Delilah became experts at flirting with one another. Silas tried to get Delilah to go on a date with him and to give him her phone number, but she never would -- if she had given him those seven numbers, the two would not have missed out on so much time!Delilah is my favorite female character from Bowen. She's a smart, go-getter who refuses to be defined by her circumstances. When life tries to knock her down, she gets back up and fights. She takes control and refuses to stay down.This slow burn romance was breathtaking, the writing was spectacular, and the characters were captivating. Together, they were the perfect couple. She was his always, and he was her forever. A definite favorite of the year, 'Superfan' is my favorite Bowen book, to date!I was provided a review copy by AUTHOR; this did not influence my opinion of the book nor my review.
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  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 Stars!(ARC provided by author) Silas Kelly is a gorgeous 25 yr. old professional athlete from Northern California who is the goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers hockey team. He has a fabulous career, and wonderful friends, but hasn’t found that special someone, unless you count the one that got away. Delilah Spark is still the face that fills his dreams, and his friends enjoy kidding him about his healthy obsession with her. They met three years ago at a low point in both their lives. The timin 4.5 Stars!(ARC provided by author) Silas Kelly is a gorgeous 25 yr. old professional athlete from Northern California who is the goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers hockey team. He has a fabulous career, and wonderful friends, but hasn’t found that special someone, unless you count the one that got away. Delilah Spark is still the face that fills his dreams, and his friends enjoy kidding him about his healthy obsession with her. They met three years ago at a low point in both their lives. The timing was bad, and a misunderstanding and obstacles keep them apart. Now it seems fate is giving him a do over when Delilah turns up again in his life. She’s still just as devastatingly beautiful, and he wants another chance to get things right. Delilah Spark is a famous celebrity singer/songwriter. Her music career is soaring, but her love life is imploding. After her jerk of an ex treated her so horrible, she decides she needs a break from men. Then she crosses paths with a man from her past she’s never forgotten. She still remembers their connection and the way he made her feel. He was always such a great guy, and the magnetic energy between them still sizzles. Now he’s also a hot hockey player she can’t resist. As passion ignites between them, will others try to tear them apart? -Nobody has ever kissed me so reverently. -It’s been a long time since I was handled so beautifully. Maybe ever.-It’s like our souls vibrate at exactly the same frequency. And I have no idea what to do with that. Superfan (Brooklyn, #3) by Sarina Bowen is a fantastic second chance, rock star/sports romance. It’s my first in this series, and I just loved it! It’s one of my favorites by this author. It’s such a cute, fun story full of flirty banter, sexy swoony hockey players, and red hot chemistry! ***NOW AVAILABLE***https://amzn.to/2X30uqz
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  • Angela (Reading Frenzy Book Blog)
    January 1, 1970
    I like to imagine that Sarina Bowen has as much fun writing the Brooklyn series and I have reading it. Superfan is a mood-lifting delight and a great addition to my sports rom com library.Popstar Delilah Spark may have a superfan in Brooklyn Bruisers goalie Silas, but I am Silas’s biggest fan. It would be difficult for any man to compete with his easy going, fun, patient, and attentive nature. His main goal is to love and support Delilah. He’s not threatened by her fame and he’s not afraid to be I like to imagine that Sarina Bowen has as much fun writing the Brooklyn series and I have reading it. Superfan is a mood-lifting delight and a great addition to my sports rom com library.Popstar Delilah Spark may have a superfan in Brooklyn Bruisers goalie Silas, but I am Silas’s biggest fan. It would be difficult for any man to compete with his easy going, fun, patient, and attentive nature. His main goal is to love and support Delilah. He’s not threatened by her fame and he’s not afraid to be vulnerable. Time and again he puts his feelings out there, knowing his heart could be broken. It doesn’t hurt that he’s hot—hello, Mr. 7% Body Fat—but has zero ego.Delilah is a bit of a contradiction. She is confident in her talent but insecure in her self-worth. She is loved by millions, but lives a pretty isolated life. Despite her intelligence, she often allows others to make decisions for her. She created a soft spot in me, and I enjoyed the positive influence Silas has on her.Fate never seems to be on Silas and Delilah’s side, so I was treated to my favorite type of romance: the slow burn. The introduction of Silas’s nemesis creates some nice conflict, even though I found parts to be predictable.Superfan is pure entertainment and can be enjoyed as a standalone, but I appreciated reconnecting with the characters and couples from previous books in the series. As always, the members of the Brooklyn Bruisers team can be counted on for camaraderie and hijinks.Recommended for fans of:Pop starsSports romantic comediesHockeyMojitos *I received an early copy of this book to voluntarily read.*
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  • Arielle ⭐ Cursebreaker ⭐
    January 1, 1970
    I LOVE SILAS WITH THE FIRE OF A THOUSAND SUNS.actual review to come tomorrow, lol.---Okay, I'm back. Now, right off the bat I want everyone to know that I expected this book to be great. Every previous look at Silas that we’ve ever gotten in the earlier books painted him to be a cinnamon roll. He had a seemingly cute obsession with Delilah Sparks and he always seemed to be an all-around nice guy (like always looking out for Heidi, letting her stay with them, etc.). I’m here to tell you that he n I LOVE SILAS WITH THE FIRE OF A THOUSAND SUNS.actual review to come tomorrow, lol.---Okay, I'm back. Now, right off the bat I want everyone to know that I expected this book to be great. Every previous look at Silas that we’ve ever gotten in the earlier books painted him to be a cinnamon roll. He had a seemingly cute obsession with Delilah Sparks and he always seemed to be an all-around nice guy (like always looking out for Heidi, letting her stay with them, etc.). I’m here to tell you that he not only lived up to, but EXCEEDED every expectation I had of him. SighhhhSeriously though, this book is for sure my favorite of the series. They just keep on getting better and better. I loved the way that Delilah and Silas met and how their relationship formed. It was one of those things where they obviously had an instant connection but I kind of liked that they never *quite* got to that next level during any of the chapters that were set in the past. Also, just knowing they hadn’t exchanged numbers and that she didn’t know his real name made the anticipation of them meeting SO REAL.Like that ~scene~ with the dare and the jersey and YES I’M BEING VAGUE BC I DON’T WANT TO GIVE ANY MORSELS AWAY. I LOVED that. Ugh and them meeting again for the first time. Like you guys I was just flailing away at this entire book. I loved their relationship so much. Delilah struggles with a lot of insecurity for a number of different reasons but Silas is only ever supportive and wonderful to her. He’s always there for her and never goes off the grid and is the rock that any person might want to be in a relationship with.Then there is the wedding scene. I loved that we got the chance to see all of our favorite characters from previous books and watching Delilah as an “outsider” interact with them all. UM ALSO, THE SCENE WITH BERINGER AND HIS DAUGHTER. I died. Literally died. I love all of these idiots so much and is it sad that I already want to re-read so I don’t have to leave any of their presences?This book also features another one of those crazy plot lines and scenes that...given how famous Delilah is, is actually kind of believable (though still crazy). But you know what? It wasn’t *too crazy*. It added just enough of an edge to the story to ensure that I will never forget it. Seriously, I CANNOT wait for this book to be out in the world and for all of you to be able to read it. All the stars to Bowen and this series and Silas.Side note: It should be mentioned that every book in the Brooklyn Bruisers and Brooklyn series can be read as standalones.  In my own personal opinion though, once you read one, you won't stop until you read the rest. Huge thanks to Tuxbury Publishing LLC for allowing me to read this eARC in exchange for an honest review.♥For more of my reviews, please visit:
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  • book bruin
    January 1, 1970
    Superfan was the blending of so many of my favorite tropes - second chance romance, sports, rock star, and even a touch of suspense thrown in for good measure. I couldn't wait to find out more about good guy Silas and what his story was with Delilah Spark. This is part of the Brooklyn series, but can be enjoyed as a standalone. I do recommend reading the previous books, however, because they're awesome and also because characters from those books do appear throughout the series.Silas was just as Superfan was the blending of so many of my favorite tropes - second chance romance, sports, rock star, and even a touch of suspense thrown in for good measure. I couldn't wait to find out more about good guy Silas and what his story was with Delilah Spark. This is part of the Brooklyn series, but can be enjoyed as a standalone. I do recommend reading the previous books, however, because they're awesome and also because characters from those books do appear throughout the series.Silas was just as wonderful as I thought he would be and more. He was sweet and thoughtful, but also assertive when he needed/wanted to be. There was a gentleness and vulnerability to him that I found so endearing, but what I really loved was how well he listened and how patient he was. Yes, there were times he was unsure and nervous, but he was confident enough to give Delilah the control and independence she so desperately needed. I loved that he was all in from the very start and that devotion never wavered.It took a bit for Delilah to grow on me, but I really felt like she had the biggest transformation in the book. She matured so much and went from a naive and somewhat helpless young woman to a more independent and confident one. I really enjoyed seeing her come into her own and take control of her life. She did make some questionable decisions, but I felt like by the end she was working to make better choices in the future.Delilah and Silas were adorkably sweet, but also very sexy. I would have loved to have more history between them though to warrant the Delilah obsession by Silas. They certainly had chemistry, but I'm not the biggest fan of instalove and this seemed to go from zero to sixty in record time. I understand that their relationship was never going to follow a conventional timeline, but I still would have liked to see and feel them reconnect more after so many years apart. I'm also not entirely sure why Silas never reached out to Delilah in all that time, considering how they had left things. The drama with Brett and the suspenseful aspect of the story didn't entirely work for me and the resolution to it was a bit abrupt and almost too neatly tied together. I did love seeing all the Bruisers again though and that they played such a big role in setting things in motion. The nuptials that take place in the book had me squealing (I will NEVER tire of that couple!) and were such a treat! The epilogue left me with a huge smile on my face and it was the perfect way to bring Silas and Delilah's story full circle. A wonderful addition to the series!*I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*
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  • Wendy'sThoughts
    January 1, 1970
    4 Two Stars Finally Together Stars* * * * Spoiler Free One of the keys to excellent series writing is to create secondary characters readers want to know more about. It can tricky in developing this interest because if the author gives too much page time, then the feel of the book will feel divided, losing the focus of the main story. What is wonderful about Sarina Bowen's writing is her innate ability to balance this fine line. She could teach a Master's Class. With Superfan (Brooklyn, #3), she 4 Two Stars Finally Together Stars* * * * Spoiler Free One of the keys to excellent series writing is to create secondary characters readers want to know more about. It can tricky in developing this interest because if the author gives too much page time, then the feel of the book will feel divided, losing the focus of the main story. What is wonderful about Sarina Bowen's writing is her innate ability to balance this fine line. She could teach a Master's Class. With Superfan (Brooklyn, #3), she gives us everything we had wanted when we first were introduced to Silas. We are the fly on a wall when Silas first meets Delilah. He is wearing a shirt with the name Ralph on it, an inside joke with the owner of the bar he is working at. He is at the bar trying to figure out his next step. A goalie without a team is not a good thing. Hockey is Silas' life, has been since childhood but even with all the positive things that had happened earlier, he right now is in limbo. He is waiting for his agent to reach him with The Call, yes, the one which would set him up with an actual NHL placement. So until he figures out what is next, he is working the bar in Austen while the music festival is in town. Delilah walks into Silas' bar and asks for a beer in a very particular way. Silas never questions why and just does as she asks. He looks at this woman who has a gleam in her eye and notebook in hand. A brief conversation happens as it would at a bar and Silas is keeping his interest in her secret. Both feel comfortable with each other, loose friendly and a hook is started, Silas asks Delilah for her telephone number and she's not giving it up. Delilah is an extremely talented singer/songwriter. She is looking for a break and has been trying to get a record company to take her on. She has tied herself to a guy who is connected, wealthy and believes in her talent. He is annoying and crass, though. Since Silas grew up in the area, he knows this guy and has a history with him. Delilah lets Silas know she is playing at a venue and he goes to see her. She stunned him. She took the audience who at first wasn't interested and led them on a journey of heart and steam. By the end, everyone was clapping, standing on their feet. For the three weeks, Delilah is there; she comes to the bar, hangs with Silas and he asks for her telephone number. Finally, she agrees to meet him for a surfing lesson. He is jazzed and ready to move this forward when he gets The Call. He has to catch a plane in an hour to join the NHL team. Delilah waits, Ralph never shows. Yes, this is the name she knew him as. She knows he cannot call, he had no number so after waiting for a long time, she leaves with the guy who has been helping her get a deal. Fast forward...Silas is now with the Brooklyn Bruisers as their top goalie. The team is tight, all of the guys are close and love to tease him about his devotion to the superstar singer. They even got him special tickets to see her for his birthday but the weather didn't allow them to fly back in time. Now the guys and their women are sitting around watching the playoff between Los Angeles and the team that knocked them out of the series, Dallas. Silas believes LA will win with all the others laughing. The cameras scan all the celebrities in the stands and it singles out Delilah in a Dallas jersey. Silas cannot believe it. He writes a tweet to her of how LA will never forgive her when LA wins. He asks the PR woman who is there to get Delilah an LA jersey asap from him. She works her magic and he sees her change the jersey. His friends take the phone away from him and send a tweet of how he wants to take her out when LA wins. It looks like Dallas is not going to let it happen and then...Bam, LA rocks the rink and they win. Delilah answers she will go out with him...But you see, she has no idea he is Ralph from so long ago. She only saw pictures with his Goalie mask on. Delilah has gone through so much. She did get her record deal but not with an established company. It was with the guy who believed in her. He used his own money to promote her and she was so lost when Silas never showed, she started a relationship with this man. Her talent came through and she rocked to stardom. Over the years she realized being with him was a mistake. She has broken up with him and she is fighting to get her second album out. He is holding it back because he wants her to get back with him. This is what is happening with Delilah when she accepts the date.When these two meet for their "date", the shock Delilah has is staggering. She has always felt lost and hurt by this man. Silas had things to say. With all of these things aired...out in the open, it is now time for these two to come together. Oh, this story... Silas was so amazing for Delilah and she was everything he wanted. We have a couple to root for and he gives Delilah all the support she needs and when they finally get together, it is demanding, sweet and streamy as all get out.There is a secondary part of the story to cause some intrigue and it all comes together in the end. If you have been part of the Brooklyn Bruisers series... loving how all of the books have been these perfect moments, then you will totally want to get this one asap. I promise you will not be disappointed. Brooklynaire (Brooklyn, #1)https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Overnight Sensation (Brooklyn, #2)https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Superfan (Brooklyn, #3)https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...~~~~~ Before Reading ~~~~~Woot Woot! Reading Like Boss...Got Superfan in my hot little hands...And I know, Sleep will not be coming, hahahahaha❤️💕❤️💕❤️❤️💕❤️💕❤️❤️💕❤️💕❤️❤️💕❤️💕❤️Once upon a time a soon to be Hockey Star...Meets and falls hard for a soon to be Superstar...The Connection caused Sparks but the timing was all wrong...No phone numbers exchanged and real names never given...Three years later, each career has blown up...He is the Man on the Ice and She is The Superstar...They cross paths and He remembers all about her and wants more...She might not remember him but he is not deterred...If necessary he will become her one and only...SUPERMAN- June 25th, 2019For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways
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  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    I have been waiting and dying for Silas Kelly's book forever and was so excited when Sarina Bowen announced that his book was coming. This story was heartfelt and sexy and I seriously had a bucket full of swoons pouring out of me reading about him and Delilah. I loved that their chemistry was so fiery but their connection and banter felt honest and so real. I loved this story so much! When we first saw Silas' reaction to the mere mention of Delilah Spark in Overnight Sensation, we had no idea ho I have been waiting and dying for Silas Kelly's book forever and was so excited when Sarina Bowen announced that his book was coming. This story was heartfelt and sexy and I seriously had a bucket full of swoons pouring out of me reading about him and Delilah. I loved that their chemistry was so fiery but their connection and banter felt honest and so real. I loved this story so much! When we first saw Silas' reaction to the mere mention of Delilah Spark in Overnight Sensation, we had no idea how deep those feelings ran until we got a front row seat to their short meeting three years ago. I absolutely loved Bowen's use of flashbacks here as they felt natural and almost whimsical as we saw the initial butterflies and flirtatious smiles between the two. But fast forward three years into the present and Silas and Delilah meet again where all their feelings and emotions come to a head.Gah! I feel like my smile is permanently tattooed to my face as I loved Silas and Delilah so much! Their love, their banter, their texts and everything about them just checked off all my boxes. They were endearing and sweet and so unforgettable. I rooted for them at all stages even when they were going in different directions. Furthermore, seeing the Bruisers again and their comraderie was absolutely amazing! I never wanted it to end and hope there are more books in this series in the future. Bravo! 5 stars! ~Ratula ***You guys – if you’re looking to fall in love with a hero who is strong, sensitive, and unfailingly kind (but y’know, still sexy as all getout?). MEET SILAS KELLY.This man is impossible not to love. He’s everything. He’s amazing. And he’s currently ruling my heart. But beyond Silas (if I can tear my mind from him for a moment): this was just a super sweet, super satisfying romance. Bonus: there’s a little thread of mystery/suspense thrown in. There’s a bad guy who is the baddest of guys. There’s a wedding that filled me with all sorts of squees. There’s the signature bromantic banter that Sarina Bowen excels at. And, most importantly, there is this adorable, slow burning second chance romance that set my heart aflutter and made me so so happy. It’s another smartly written, compelling Sarina Bowen hit for me! This series has been such a treat and – as always – I cannot wait to see what is in store for us next! ~ Shelly, 4 Stars
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  • ItaPixie
    January 1, 1970
    Oh my I don't want to look like a Superfan but I really swoon at every Sarina Bowen's word.This was another great read and an amazing addition to this series of standalones stories.Delilah is a singer and Silas is a hockey player with a big crush on her.They didn't have any chance to meet until they make a bet on twitter and Silas finally wins a date with the girl.I couldn't help to fall in love with these characters and to want the best for them.Go get this book as soon as possible you won't r Oh my I don't want to look like a Superfan but I really swoon at every Sarina Bowen's word.This was another great read and an amazing addition to this series of standalones stories.Delilah is a singer and Silas is a hockey player with a big crush on her.They didn't have any chance to meet until they make a bet on twitter and Silas finally wins a date with the girl.I couldn't help to fall in love with these characters and to want the best for them.Go get this book as soon as possible you won't regret it. Copy kindly provided by the Publisher/Author.
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  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    January 1, 1970
    We finally get the story of Silas and Delilah! Bowen has been teasing this for a few books now, and Superfan delivers the dirt on these two! Part second chance, part rock star romance, Superfan brings humor and heart to the Brooklyn Bruisers!Honestly, I am really not a fan of 'rockstar' romances. But, Delilah is a singer/songwriter and she is already successful. Silas is also already successful too. I think having them both on 'equal footing' in that sense made the book work better for me. The We finally get the story of Silas and Delilah! Bowen has been teasing this for a few books now, and Superfan delivers the dirt on these two! Part second chance, part rock star romance, Superfan brings humor and heart to the Brooklyn Bruisers!Honestly, I am really not a fan of 'rockstar' romances. But, Delilah is a singer/songwriter and she is already successful. Silas is also already successful too. I think having them both on 'equal footing' in that sense made the book work better for me. The twist is that they both knew each other before they made it big. They met but it wasn't their time. So, parts of the story are flashbacks to that time before they were famous, and the rest of the story is in the present. Delilah's ex (who is also her manager of sorts) is a real piece of work. Turns out, he and Silas have a history too (and its not good). Brett (the ex) was a horrible human. I seriously spent the entire book thinking "Why hasn't anyone punched him in the nuts"? Its not like he was the one with the talent!Superfan has a bit more angst than previous books in the series (at least I thought so). First, Delilah and Silas live on opposite coasts. Second, both have very demanding jobs that require lots of travel. Third, she has all the baggage that is Brett. It seemed like there was ALWAYS something getting in their way. The upside to this angst was that Bowen writes a heroine who recognizes she has been 'managed' her entire adult life and has a need to do things in her own time. This sets Silas up as a perfect book boyfriend because he not only lets her do things at her pace, but encourages her!"Silas-He lets me know that he cares, and yet I know he isn't going to lecture me either. That's what real support looks like"    POV: dual 1st   Tears: no   Trope: famous, crazy ex   Triggers: (view spoiler)[Delilah is drugged by someone close to her (hide spoiler)]   Series/Standalone: stand alone within an interconnect series (You won't really understand why all his teammates tease him if you have read the lead up to Superfan)   Cliffhanger: (view spoiler)[no (hide spoiler)]   HEA: (view spoiler)[yes with GREAT epilogue (hide spoiler)]sports romances from authors like Kristen Callihan, Cora Carmack, Sara Ney,...then you will probably like Superfan!  Superfan  COYER: read a book by an author you have previously given 5 stars to See full review on The Book Disciple
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  • Becca
    January 1, 1970
    YES!!! Finally Silas' story! We finally get to see WHY Silas has such a huge crush on Delilah Sparks, the whole reasoning for his SUPER FANDOM!! Silas melted my heart for the start and I loved how the story went back 3 years when Silas caught the Delilah Sparks bug. I can't really tell you without giving up the whole storyline. But all of his friends who have been mercilessly teasing the goalie about his obsession with the superstar, help finally landing him a date that changes his destiny.I lov YES!!! Finally Silas' story! We finally get to see WHY Silas has such a huge crush on Delilah Sparks, the whole reasoning for his SUPER FANDOM!! Silas melted my heart for the start and I loved how the story went back 3 years when Silas caught the Delilah Sparks bug. I can't really tell you without giving up the whole storyline. But all of his friends who have been mercilessly teasing the goalie about his obsession with the superstar, help finally landing him a date that changes his destiny.I love Delilah with Silas. They just clicked. They had sparks from the moment you saw them together. I had a big ole grin on my face anytime they were able to be together. Lots of great secondary characters (both old and new). And we also get to see my favorite couple - Nate and Rebecca again in a big way - YAY!!!I devour the Brooklyn Books as soon as they hit my kindle and SUPERFAN is no different. I read it all in one sitting and didn't want it to end. If you are a big fan of Hockey Romance, you can't pass up any of Sarina's hockey series... They are MUST READS and SuperFan will most definitely be hitting my best of list for 2019!
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  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    Find this review and more at kimberlyfaye reads. I've been eager for Silas' story since his interest in a certain musician made for a really interesting secondary storyline in Overnight Sensation. I smelled a setup for a second chance romance and, well, that's my catnip. I'm really glad Sarina didn't make me wait all that long before giving me Silas and Delilah's story in Superfan. I needed it and it was 1000% worth the (short) wait. I enjoyed the backstory between Silas and Delilah. The snipp Find this review and more at kimberlyfaye reads. I've been eager for Silas' story since his interest in a certain musician made for a really interesting secondary storyline in Overnight Sensation. I smelled a setup for a second chance romance and, well, that's my catnip. I'm really glad Sarina didn't make me wait all that long before giving me Silas and Delilah's story in Superfan. I needed it and it was 1000% worth the (short) wait. I enjoyed the backstory between Silas and Delilah. The snippets I got in Overnight Sensation left me with a lot of questions and a burning desire for more. The way this story was structured gave me the glimpse into the past I needed, while giving me the chance to watch these two come back together in the present day. They were the type of couple you just couldn't help but root for, all the while being just a little sad they didn't get it right the first time around. I love love loved Silas. He made it onto my ultimate book boyfriends list for sure. I appreciate a man who doesn't pull any punches. He knew what he wanted and went after her unapologetically when given a second chance. He wore his heart on his sleeve and that made it all the easier for me to give him mine. I loved Delilah as much as I did Silas. She'd found her way into one hell of a pickle with her career, but she wasn't going to sit back and be taken advantage of. I enjoyed her spunk and strength. And she and Silas made a fantastic pair. I loved their story.I received a complimentary copy of this book for review consideration. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Favorite Quotes:Some memories are sweeter if you don’t ruin them by hanging on too tightly.I’ve never made smart decisions about men in my life, and, apparently, I won’t be starting tonight.“I’m not asking you to prioritize me. But I want you to leave the door open.”“Kiss me? I’ve been hungry for you all day.”
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  • Eliza
    January 1, 1970
    ★4.5 STARS★Superfan is the much anticipated story of Brooklyn Bruiser goalie Silas Kelly, and superstar songstress Delilah Spark. It can be read as a standalone but you’ve read the previous book in the series you’ll recall it was heavily alluded to that Silas’ relationship with Delilah went beyond that of him being a fan of her music.Discovering their connection and how deep it went was as sweet and exciting as witnessing the two reconnect. There’s an honesty and unassuming nature to their rel ★4.5 STARS★Superfan is the much anticipated story of Brooklyn Bruiser goalie Silas Kelly, and superstar songstress Delilah Spark. It can be read as a standalone but you’ve read the previous book in the series you’ll recall it was heavily alluded to that Silas’ relationship with Delilah went beyond that of him being a fan of her music.Discovering their connection and how deep it went was as sweet and exciting as witnessing the two reconnect. There’s an honesty and unassuming nature to their relationship and I adored just how much they wanted to be together, and the qualities they brought out of each other.Strong, resilient woman always get my vote, and Delilah can be counted among them. She was charming, humble and a lovely character to read. Silas was an unexpected character for me, I’d always thought of him as nice, but I wasn’t prepared for him to outdo his team mates with the swagger and finesse that he did.This is a series that keeps on giving, and much to my delight Sarina and her Bruisers show no signs of slowing down. 
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  • UltraMeital
    January 1, 1970
    This book was THE sweetest thing! I LOVED Silas, especially when Delilah is concerned, their story was so endearing! You'd maybe expect an athlete to be more "macho" but Silas couldn't be further from that, he is caring, sensitive and romantic. Funny how difficult it was for Delilah - a song-writer and singer to express herself like he seemed to do effortlessly. I really enjoyed how thoughtful he was towards her, not truly pressuring her into anything. Letting her get used to ideas, to himself, This book was THE sweetest thing! I LOVED Silas, especially when Delilah is concerned, their story was so endearing! You'd maybe expect an athlete to be more "macho" but Silas couldn't be further from that, he is caring, sensitive and romantic. Funny how difficult it was for Delilah - a song-writer and singer to express herself like he seemed to do effortlessly. I really enjoyed how thoughtful he was towards her, not truly pressuring her into anything. Letting her get used to ideas, to himself, and often giving her the opportunity to lead when she so needed it. He called it "Zero ego", I kinda like that :)I feel like the paragraph above is mostly what anyone should need to go ahead and grab this book.. and yet there is much more to say about Silas and Delilah, about how they met, missing opportunities but also making new ones..It wasn't the best summer for Silas Kelly. He was SUPPOSE to be drafted as a Hockey Goalie after he finished college but there was a change of plans and he is now stuck in the small town of Darlington Beach, tending bar at "Roadie Joe's", not sure what to do about his future. He put all his eggs in "Plan A", not wanting to consider what would happen if he didn't get his big break. In a way, Delilah Spark is in the same place, she is WAITING for her Plan A to explode. She is trying to build a name for herself as a singer. The small town she and Silas meet, during a music festival seems to be a good a place especially with the help of the kinda douchey but also well connected - Bret Ferris. She doesn't plan on letting him "run the show" for her, but she needs him at the moment so... When Delilah orders an unopened beer bottle (the cheapest she could get) Silas is already enamored. They spend three weeks, chatting up while she drinks her regular unopened bottle of beer between the odd jobs Bret finds her. She enjoys Silas' company - maybe a bit too much - so she keeps refusing to give him her phone number not sure what future they could have.. But something about the honest and thoughtful Silas makes her wish she could.A hasty offer to make his dreams come true puts Silas on a plane faster than he can let Delilah know he got the big break he was waiting for, and with no phone number between them, actually with no real name from Silas' part (due to a silly name tag) there is no way for them to (re)connect..Yet though Delilah couldn't find Silas even if she tried, Silas was following Delilah's carrier enthusiastically. It became quite the joke between him and his teammates, being Delilah's "Superfan", going to her concerts, buying her records and staying "up-to-date" about her life. Her recent break up from Bret Ferris DID warm his heart... So when a chance to meet up with her arrives quite surprisingly through a twitter exchange he is READY to finally get to meet her face-to-face, explain everything that led to his quick departure and maybe even give a shot to something REAL between them.Delilah is hesitant about meeting this "Athlete / Hockey player" who made a silly bet with her while she was watching her first Hockey game. Her assistant and best friend Becky is all for her to go out with him, but the public exchange almost makes them miss the whole thing as Brett finds his way to interfere.. If he can't have Delilah he sure won't accept her being with Silas of all people (as they actually know each other from high school where they played tennis one against the other). It's not enough the horrible mistake Delilah made in becoming his girlfriend she also has to deal with his strange behavior of refusing to release her second album, trying to pressure her to first sign with him for more albums. Delilah is tired of him, his bossy behavior and the impact he still has on her life even though they are not a couple anymore.. Yet somehow through all of this, she and Silas DO get to meet.It's obvious right from the moment Delilah opens the door to find not just a random athlete but the guy she knew as "Ralph" they have unfinished business between them. And it's far more than just an attraction they shared even then.. Delilah might have been upset with the way things ended but she could never forget how sweet and encouraging Silas was right from the start. Silas has waited 3 whole years to meet Delilah again and he is not going to let her get away if there is a chance they can give a relationship a chance. Spending time together is so EASY, but RE-scheduling is far more difficult considering he lives in New York and she in California.Silas was truly committed to making their relationship work, he has waited enough, and though his career is very important to him, he won't let it stop him from being with Delilah and even if they need to spend (more than) a bit of time apart he believes what they have is important enough to pursue. They might have just "clicked" 3 years ago, but as they come to get to know each other better he becomes even more confident it's what he wants.. He just needs to be sure it's what Delilah wants as well..I've rambled WAY too much about this book.. I'll just say that though they had a bit of a bumpy ride, and though it takes time to truly get rid of Brett and his abusive behavior, they get their happily ever after in the sweetest way possible! I gotta say, I really wish we'll meet Delilah's bodyguard - "Mr. Muscles" again.. I figure he's kinda misunderstood.. Poor guy.. The new bodyguards though? Awesomeness! ;)Yep, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!I kindly received this ARC in exchange for my honest opinion. More Reviews HERE
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  • Grace
    January 1, 1970
    4.25 StarsThis is one of those books where I didn't read the synopsis, but enjoyed reading the previous book in this series, so I just 1-clicked. I anticipated the theme to be about a puck bunny (as the superfan), but I was very wrong. So, I was caught off guard when I realized the superfan is actually the hockey player, Silas Kelly, who has a very serious crush on one popular singer, Delilah Spark. And that got me even more excited.Each of the books in this series can be treated as stand-alone, 4.25 StarsThis is one of those books where I didn't read the synopsis, but enjoyed reading the previous book in this series, so I just 1-clicked. I anticipated the theme to be about a puck bunny (as the superfan), but I was very wrong. So, I was caught off guard when I realized the superfan is actually the hockey player, Silas Kelly, who has a very serious crush on one popular singer, Delilah Spark. And that got me even more excited.Each of the books in this series can be treated as stand-alone, as each is about a different couple, but if you read the previous book like I did, you may remember how Silas and his buddies tried and failed to go to a Delilah Spark's concert. Now we know how Silas became a superfan, tracing back years prior when both of them were nobodies and struggling with the direction of their lives. I really liked how this story flowed, alternating from past to present and told in dual POVs. Slowly we learn what brought them together, a friendship is formed over cocktails. However, before they get the chance to explore something more, a new career opportunity for one puts their potential romance on the backburner. What is so sweet, is the way they finally get to reunite. While there is definitely a key douche in this story who plays a role in keeping this couple apart, at least for temporarily, it is interesting how small details like a name and number are the true reasons for their missed time together. When they get their second chance, they can no longer hold back. And I liked how Delilah put some of her hang-ups aside and took a chance with Silas, no matter how brief their time together. Silas seems to have a magic touch that is hard to forget. Combine that with his ability to make up for his mistakes in a big way, makes him a man Delilah can't give up on, despite the distance between them.Some of the drama at the end of the book felt a bit rushed, being resolved too quickly in my opinion. But it solved a lot of the open issues for this couple, and once resolved, there's nothing keeping them apart.There is very little hockey in this book, so I wouldn't classify it as a sports romance. With that said, it was a great addition to the series and a fun read.*An ARC was received for an honest review.For more reviews, visit
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  • Annabel
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely loved this book! Full review coming soon
  • Tiff at Mostly YA Lit
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 stars. Sarina Bowen's Brooklyn (*Bruisers) series is so addictive that I basically need to read every ARC as soon as it hits my Kindle, and Superfan is no different. Silas Kelly is the back-up goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers, a really nice guy who's had to work for everything he has. He's been having a great season with the Bruisers after choking in the big leagues the first time. In his personal life, though, he's been flying solo for a long time, because he can't seem to get over the poss 3.5 stars. Sarina Bowen's Brooklyn (*Bruisers) series is so addictive that I basically need to read every ARC as soon as it hits my Kindle, and Superfan is no different. Silas Kelly is the back-up goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers, a really nice guy who's had to work for everything he has. He's been having a great season with the Bruisers after choking in the big leagues the first time. In his personal life, though, he's been flying solo for a long time, because he can't seem to get over the possibility of a girl he once knew. A girl who he met when she was a struggling musician and he was in the dumps after being rejected from the NHL after being a second-draft pick. A girl who is now Delilah Spark, the biggest singer-songwriter in the world. Silas is known among the Bruisers now as Delilah's biggest fan, constantly listening to her music, but never going to see her. But fate seems to be giving them a second chance when Delilah ends up at a hockey game and Silas and his friends end up tweeting with her. What follows is a whirlwind romance that springs from the very natural chemistry between Delilah and Silas. Because Delilah has never forgotten Silas either, and now that she's finally rid of her toxic ex-boyfriend and label manager Brett Ferris (but still her label manager), she can see just how well they fit together. But Brett continues to torment Delilah professionally, and Silas has his own beef with Brett since they went to high school together. And aside from that, Silas and Delilah need to overcome logistics and figure out what really matters: their careers or the possibility of more between them. Superfan was a really, really fast read. I feel like it was very short, and to be honest, the overarching story seemed to lack a little bit of conflict. Silas and Delilah are so good with each other that it was enjoyable to be with them while to fell into a romance together, but I didn't feel as much tension as I usually do in Sarina Bowen novels. They're both super likeable, super kind, and really fun together. It's hard not to get sucked into their love story, especially since Silas is, like, the best, most honest and sincere guy ever. Superfan really gets away with a lot because these two are so likeable. The biggest issue that Silas and Delilah need to overcome is her ex-boyfriend and his terrible treatment of Delilah, both personally and professionally. To say any more would already be too much in the way of spoilers, but let's just say, he was definitely not a three-dimensional villain - the guy was scum and it was pretty obvious right away what was going to happen. That said, if the book is predictable, it was still really enjoyable, not only because of the characters, but because of the huge cast of secondary characters who we've met in previous books. Silas is very much a friend guy and as such, we get a LOT of crossover with the Trevis, Jason Castro and Heidi Pepper, and Rebecca Rowley. I really don't want to spoil anything but there's a wedding in this book and I'm SO glad we get to see it! There are also some hints of things to come that Brooklyn Bruisers fans will eat up. Superfan almost feels like a fan-service book because of its likeable characters and the appearance of so many secondary characters. For me, it's one of the lighter and faster reads in the Brooklyn Bruisers series, and as such, it wasn't my favorite. But don't get me wrong: you will eat up this romance and Silas as fast as you possibly can. It's a book crack book for sure.
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  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    January 1, 1970
    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.What a wonderful read! I just had such a good time with this book from beginning to end. I am still fairly new to Sarina Bowen's work but I have absolutely loved each book that I have had the chance to read. I really enjoyed the previous book in this series, Overnight Sensation, so I was really looking forward to this book, especially when I realized that this would be about Silas. I am happy to report that this book lived up to all This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.What a wonderful read! I just had such a good time with this book from beginning to end. I am still fairly new to Sarina Bowen's work but I have absolutely loved each book that I have had the chance to read. I really enjoyed the previous book in this series, Overnight Sensation, so I was really looking forward to this book, especially when I realized that this would be about Silas. I am happy to report that this book lived up to all of my expectations. I fell head over heels in love with these characters. Silas is just about as perfect as they come. Sometimes characters that seem perfect annoy be but Silas was amazingly perfect. He was such a good guy who always seemed to know exactly what to say or do. As you would expect from a professional athlete, he was incredibly fit and I really enjoyed the scenes where we got to see him use a little muscle. Silas wasn't afraid to express his feelings and it was very evident how much he treasured Delilah.Delilah was equally amazing. She hasn't always had the easiest life but she is kind of a big deal now. Delilah is a very well known musician. Despite her fame, she really is a down to earth girl with a very soft heart. She is in a tough spot with her record label but is doing her best to make things work. She actually leads a rather lonely life so it was wonderful to see her relationship with Silas help her connect with others. Silas and Delilah just fit with each other. I think that it helped that they knew each other before either of them made it big. Since they both lived in the spotlight, they were able to see past the fame to the person underneath. Their chemistry was off the charts and I loved to see the sparks every time they were together. They were patient with each other and both seemed willing to wait if that was what was needed. It was a lot of fun to watch them fall in love.I would highly recommend this book to others. I found this to be a wonderful romance between two characters that truly seemed to be made for each other. I can't wait to read more of Sarina Bowen's work!I received a digital review copy of this book from the author/publicist.Initial ThoughtsI loved this! Silas was just wonderful and I loved Delilah just as much.
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  • Genesis Sheli (Whispering Chapters)
    January 1, 1970
    Superfan had me grinning from beginning to end! It was so entertaining and had my heart fluttering, thanks to our hot hockey player, Silas!I'm not a major fan of musicians so I was slightly wary on reading this one. Sarina Bowen had my interest completely when it came to the musical aspect of the story. Delilah is so wonderful and down-to-earth. I love reading the flashbacks of when she first met Silas, and all those moments they would spent together at the bar way back before either was famous. Superfan had me grinning from beginning to end! It was so entertaining and had my heart fluttering, thanks to our hot hockey player, Silas!I'm not a major fan of musicians so I was slightly wary on reading this one. Sarina Bowen had my interest completely when it came to the musical aspect of the story. Delilah is so wonderful and down-to-earth. I love reading the flashbacks of when she first met Silas, and all those moments they would spent together at the bar way back before either was famous.“Just so you know? You were kind of a big deal to me then. And you still are now.”I loved seeing Silas so infatuated with Delilah years after they met. It was so adorable and sweet. I loved how Silas treated Delilah. To me, that's what made my heart flutter and had me with a smile from ear to ear.I was glad to see this wasn't a typical romance when it comes to a Rockstar romance and a sports romance. It had much more depth than I had anticipated. And the characters were so likeable! There wasn't one single moment where I disliked Delilah, even though I for sure thought I would hate her. She truly was so sweet and caring and giving! There was only character I despised with all my being and that was Delilah's ex/manager. Man, that guy had me seeing red. Other than that, I enjoyed everything! Even Mr. Muscles! He melted my heart a little.“Guy like that you hang onto. I would if he was mine. Hot and super nice. If he’s also good in bed, that’s like a unicorn right there.”Overall, Superfan is a great second-chance romance that's very feel-good and will have you so giddy!Follow Me:Blog ❃ Instagram ❃ Twitter ❃ Bloglovin ❃ Goodreads ❃ Pinterest
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  • Kim
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 starsOh, Silas Kelly. Three years ago, he was just a guy who met a girl while working as a bartender, but they were both at a crossroads and their timing was off. And due to circumstances, he had no way of getting in touch with her. But he is now living his dream as the goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers. Delilah Spark was just a struggling musician then with a controlling manager. Now she is a superstar with an overbearing ex who does not want to lose that control. It is not a well-kept secre 4.5 starsOh, Silas Kelly. Three years ago, he was just a guy who met a girl while working as a bartender, but they were both at a crossroads and their timing was off. And due to circumstances, he had no way of getting in touch with her. But he is now living his dream as the goalie for the Brooklyn Bruisers. Delilah Spark was just a struggling musician then with a controlling manager. Now she is a superstar with an overbearing ex who does not want to lose that control. It is not a well-kept secret in his circle that Silas is a big fan of hers even if they did not know the extent of it. And when she is spotted on the screen during a playoff game, social media provides a way to make contact.He has some confessions to make, but their chemistry and camaraderie is still there. But their lives are still moving in different directions. They both have demanding careers, erratic schedules, and they live on opposite sides of the country. And she is dealing with some situations that are not easily fixed, and his presence in some ways make it better and in other ways make it worse.This is a sweet, swoony, sexy, hockey, rock star, second-chance love story with a bit of suspense. It is told in dual points of view and I adored both of these characters. They are just so fun and adorable together. Silas is truly a good, caring, and sweet guy that knows what he wants. Delilah is more guarded (for good reason) and has more issues, but I loved how Silas supported her. Their banter, chemistry, and comfort level seeing the real person and not the celebrity facade made them such a great match.This book sucked me in and I read it in one sitting. The dynamics between him and all his friends add humor, and I loved seeing more with some recent couples and old friends. This group is truly an extended family, and that is something that Delilah really needs as well. I have really enjoyed the Brooklyn Bruisers books and wonder if we will see any more from this series. Follow Me: Reviews by Tammy & Kim (Rachel and Jay) | Facebook | Twitter
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  • Anna Laura
    January 1, 1970
    I‘m done. Dead. Cause of death: swooning over a fictional character.I‘ve been waiting for Silas‘ book ever since we first met him as Leo‘s roommate in Rookie Move. My expectations for his story have been pretty high, boosted by the glimpses of his superfandom regarding Delilah that we got in previous books.Silas was the amazing, caring, sweet guy I expected him to be. He had me swooning nonstop and I just absolutely adored him and Delilah together.The mix between music and hockey was perfect for I‘m done. Dead. Cause of death: swooning over a fictional character.I‘ve been waiting for Silas‘ book ever since we first met him as Leo‘s roommate in Rookie Move. My expectations for his story have been pretty high, boosted by the glimpses of his superfandom regarding Delilah that we got in previous books.Silas was the amazing, caring, sweet guy I expected him to be. He had me swooning nonstop and I just absolutely adored him and Delilah together.The mix between music and hockey was perfect for me, though I am kind of sad that the timeline for this was during the Bruisers summer break. I‘m hoping to get a glimpse of Delilah watching Silas play in the future!Overall, this is perfect fodder for my friends who constantly tease me because I’m a complete goner for goalies in real life anyway. What is it about this position that has me drooling?Now excuse me while I go reread this 😍
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  • Rowena
    January 1, 1970
    Sarina Bowen strikes again with another winner of a hockey romance. Silas was just as amazing as I hoped and Delilah was a delight as well. Their romance was super cute and I read this in one sitting.
  • nick
    January 1, 1970
    I felt a bit disconnected from the romance in this one. I can't tell if it was just my stress levels at the time of reading it or not. Sarina's writing is a delight as always though!RTC
  • Kassiah
    January 1, 1970
    SILAS!!!!
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