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  • you could make a life
  • Taylor Fitzpatrick
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  • 28 November 2018
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10 thoughts on “you could make a life

  1. says:

    It's so hard not to compare this to the author's recent work why oh why did I read this so soon after? who stole my chill? which was similar but so different And yet this was still so good Just not one the same le

  2. says:

    35 stars If I had written this review immediately after the high this story left me with I think I’d have been tempted to throw all the emotional stars at it The second half was stronger than the first and overall it was a good read so this is one of those ratings that’s really an averageMy favorite things about You Could Make a Life were the story arc and relationship development Atypical for a Romance™️ it didn’t stop with th

  3. says:

    DNF at 24% The book centers around rookies for the Leafs Dan Riley 18 and Marc Lapointe 18 I had to uit this book simply because I k

  4. says:

    425 stars

  5. says:

    45 STARS I had this book on my kindle forever I LOVED THIS now I am obsessed with everything in the Tylor Fitzpatrick writing universe Right after finishing this one I was on AO3 and the author tumblr page reading everyth

  6. says:

    This is the story of Riley and Lapoint the couple mentioned offhand in Thrown Off the Ice as came out years ago They meet as young rookies in the NHL and their story is told in the voice of Dan Riley similar in style to the other book one of my top 10 for the year but different enough that I didn't feel like it echoed Mike and not just because of fewer f bombs Dan Riley is a grinder a hard worker who hovers on the edge of havin

  7. says:

    Back in the summer I've read Taylor Fitzpatrick's Thrown Off the Ice and I was left completely speechless TOTI is simply one

  8. says:

    Sooo DNF 35% but it's enough that I KNOW beyond the shadow of a doubt that 3 stars would be on the high endI am inclined to give this the high end rating because I got it free from a generous GR friend If I had paid full price for it I would

  9. says:

    45 stars from me Yes the style of writing takes some getting used to but I loved these two Canadian boys growing into men There is an absolute shedload of hockey little to no sex and the character development of the two together with

  10. says:

    So I've read anything by this author I could get my hands on and I love all of itAll her stories are set in the NHL and centered around stupid hockey players who fall in love with each other If that's not your cup of tea you won't like this but I love it Personally I don't think this is her best work but as far as I know it's also one of her earliest My favourite is probably between the teeth which is still a work in

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Dan's colours“I think you’re my new best friend” Dan says his excitement beating out common sense social filters the need to play it cool“It is nice to meet you new best friend. 425 stars

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Marc says his mouth twitchingIn hindsight Dan probably falls in love with him in that moment Marc laughing at him and with him all at once but it takes a little while to figure that out. Sooo DNF 35% but it s enough that I KNOW beyond the shadow of a doubt that 3 stars would be on the high endI am inclined to give this the high end rating because I got it free from a generous GR friend If I had paid full price for it I would have returned this book at 35%See status below on the technical issues I had with this book That in of itself is enough for at least 1 star downThen the MCs themselves the chemistry and love story it just wasn t there like my 5 star book by this author was Dan is not a compelling Hero to me not the least of which bc he s a bit of a manwhore Not so much in the sense that he s a sexy freak and flirts like crazy but that he always has an itch and fcking is his outlet That and drinking Granted this is before he and Marc becomes an item so OK And we never get details about his hookups so OK And I never read far enough to see if he ever cheats so I ll give it the benefit of the doubt But still I don t like these type of HeroesThen Marc at 35% I would have wanted a better sense of him but honestly besides being a French phenom erudite hockey player I really can t see how Dan fell so head over heels in love with him They simply have chemistry perhaps They get along with each other s family perhaps But again compared to the 5 star book I like by this author plot and character development are miles apart between these books MILESOK I have to take it down to 2 stars Maybe 25 rounded down Because here s my 3rd big hangup NO SEX SCENES Lots of talk about Dan having all kinds of hookups and also sex with Marc for the first time ever but nothing is described It s 2 sentences and then it s AfterwardIs it bc this is YA Why didn t anyone tell me it s YA Well it does say the MCs are 18 but still I should have read detailed reviews I was too happy with the 5 star book to read the reviews in depth On to the next book I borrowed And thank goodness I m not paying for that one either or I would never start

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The first thing Dan says to him is “we’re in the NHL” because that’s how he’s been greeting anyone wearing a jersey and Marc Lapointe 'the future of the franchise' is wearing. 35 stars If I had written this review immediately after the high this story left me with I think I d have been tempted to throw all the emotional stars at it The second half was stronger than the first and overall it was a good read so this is one of those ratings that s really an averageMy favorite things about You Could Make a Life were the story arc and relationship development Atypical for a Romance it didn t stop with the couple getting together but portrayed them navigating their lives and relationship as a pair of professional hockey players including all the challenges that would entail I LOVED that element It was simultaneously less angsty but profound incorporating content from their careers and environment and I was rather fascinated by itI ve tried but unfortunately it s impossible for me to evaluate my experience with this book without comparisons to my favorite read of the year This one was published three years before but since I read it second I couldn t shake the impression that it was trying for that same magic but not uite getting there The writing style and narrative voice which worked so amazingly well in TOTI weren t used uite as well here and yet they were too similar for me not to compare them constantlyEven though Dan s personality was intended to be different from Mike s the grumpy narrative voice was so alike that I kinda took it personally as in nope this is Mike s voice no one else is allowed to have it stop that The trouble is with a style that s heavy on the narrative and light on the dialogue the characterizations are based almost entirely on that voice So I couldn t help seeing Dan as a distant shadow of Mike and even though we were told that he had a different personality well liked leader younger the voice didn t support thatThe same problem extended to Marc s characterization Since most of what we knew of him was from Dan s internal monologue which sounded so much like Mike Marc felt a bit like Liam Not the same but too many familiar things to ignore So I liked Dan and Marc but their characterizations were good not great However for a debut novel this was still head and shoulders above most I do recommend it and this author still owns me forever The end


About the Author: Taylor Fitzpatrick

Taylor Fitzpatrick was born in Toronto Ontario She declared to her mother at the age of three that she was going to grow up to be an authorillustrator The illustration thing didn’t really pan out She is an avid hockey fan though to her brother’s eternal consternation she did not become one until after he stopped playing competitively She has an Honours degree in English Literature from the