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Publisher's Summary

Being engaged to Alex Waters, team captain and the highest paid NHL player in the league, is awesome. How could it not be? In addition to being an amazing hockey player, he's an incurable romantic with an XL heart - and an XXL hockey stick in his pants. And he knows how to use it. Incredibly, orgasmically well.

Alex is the whole package and more. Literally. Like his package is insane. Total world record holder material. So it makes complete sense that Violet Hall can't wait to nail him down to the matrimonial mattress and become Mrs. Violet Waters.

It's so romantic. Violet is totally stoked to set a date. Eventually. At some point. Likely before the next millennium. Or when Violet stops getting hives every time someone brings up the wedding and their mothers stop colluding on stadium-sized venues. Whichever comes first.

Forever Pucked is a follow-up to Pucked (The Pucked Series, Book 1). While it is not necessary to have listened to Pucked Up (book 2) or Pucked Over (book 3), it is highly recommended to that you listen to Pucked first.

©2016 Helena Hunting (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Why change the narration

I’m sure these two are great at narrating but why change the voices we have come to love. That being said the story was fabulous as usual.

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  • Cassie Brode
  • 2016-11-28

Say no to the girl narrator

Um I can't finish this book it's boring for some reason. The women narrator made it hard to listen to I wanted so bad to finish it but she made it boring more than it was. Jeremy was good. I hope she doesn't use this lady again so not worth listening to her. She sounded tired and voice was eh plus read sort of fast.

I wanted to so bad to listen to it I may have to get it on ebook. Because I cannot listen to it on audible ugh!

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  • Megan
  • 2016-11-24

the book was good but

the book was good and was read very well by the guy reader but I couldn't stand the woman reader she read way to fast and was awkward when reading.

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  • Pugmom
  • 2016-07-09

Narrator is all wrong

I can't even make it through the first chapter. The female narrator is ALL WRONG for Violet. I think she is trying to sound younger, but is coming off as a ditzy valley girl, which is so not Violet. I'm sure it is an awesome book, but I'm having to return it. I'll have to just buy the book and read it

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  • Joelle
  • 2016-06-15

Why mess with perfection?

Why change the narrators? These 2 have nothing on Muffy Newtown and Nathan Everett. This series really ended on a low note.

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  • 🎧Pam Audio-Fanatic🎧
  • 2019-12-30

Forever Pucked

Vi and Alex…Now I enjoyed their book but I didn’t love it, but this book I loved. Once you realize that Vi is just her awkwardly sweet self you get it. That is who she is and she just loves Alex with her whole heart and boobs but I digress. Alex phew this story was hard on him the most, I love how fiercely he loves. And even though he is worried for himself he was more worried for Vi and that was just all kinds of cute. The MC and Beaver talk can get a little out of hand but it's funny and adds the light hearted touch this book needed. I loved how it ended. I can’t wait to listen to more. The narration was fantastic for this one and there were cuts or choppy bits like there was with Pucked Over.

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  • Book Bruin
  • 2018-11-04

Super MC + Beaver

This was a sexy and hilarious continuation to Alex and Violet's story. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments thanks to Violet's lack of filter and Alex and Violet's mothers. I can't even imagine discussing (let alone being present!) for some of the overshares that take place in this book! It's not all laughs though and there are some truly emotional and touching chapters. It really solidified the love that these two share for each other and gave a beautiful glimpse into the future. The ending and how everything came together was perfect for Violet and Alex and the lack of hives was a definite bonus. Alex is especially swoony and sweet (and vulnerable) in Forever Pucked and there is no lack of Super MC and Beaver action! ;) Fans of this original Pucked couple will not be disappointed with this one! I loved that all the other Pucked couples and characters like Randy, Lily, Miller, Sunny, Charlene, Darren, and Lance also make appearances. I especially enjoyed Sunny's surprise announcement and also all the mystery surrounding Charlene and Darren's relationship and her pearl necklace. Lance's unexpected role in the wedding was a great treat. My curiosity is in overdrive now for Lance's and Charlene and Darren's stories! I switched back and forth between the audio and ebook versions of this. I felt that both Jeremy York and Emily Michaels did a good job narrating, but I can't say that I loved them as Alex and Violet. Emily Michaels' voice didn't quite match the spunk and quirk of Violet and though I liked Jeremey York more, sometimes his performance felt flat. Because of this, things just felt a little off for me and I found myself reading the book more than listening. It was still an ok listen, but I'm not sure it's worth a credit unless you're a big Alex and Violet lover. Overall 3.5 stars Performance 3 stars Story 4 stars

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  • Daniele
  • 2017-03-20

Seemed like an unnecessary book.

I didn't care for this book. It seemed like it just dragged out what could've been a decent novella. Violet who was hilarious in Pucked, seemed like an over-the-top cartoon character in this one. I just don't think it added to the series, and wasn't enjoyable for me at all. I love this series, but I'd skip this one if you need to save a credit.

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  • AJS
  • 2020-02-28

love the series but not this narration

not sure what's happened to violet the last couple books but she is being made out to be extra ditsy and extra than what she was in the first book. the female narrator made it difficult to listen to and the male narrator was only a little better.

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  • maisha
  • 2019-10-20

I tried

The woman narrator just killed the story. I tried but can’t even get through the 1st chapter.

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  • JC1307
  • 2018-10-10

Redundant and ridiculous dialogue

If the dialogue in this story was in the first book of the series I would have gotten only book one . Violet went from quirky in book one to ridiculous in this story. The over use of certain terminology was tiresome. Some themes in the series were moved forward in this story but for the most part this story was boring.

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