Home Ice Disadvantage by Hannah Henry (Delay of Game book 6)

In the final installment of Hannah Henry's Delay of Game series, Home Ice Disadvantage, we find out more about Felix and he gets his chance at a HEA!

From the blurb:

Felix Becker is trying to figure out where he belongs in New Jersey. After spending nearly a decade in Texas in a codependent, though platonic, relationship with his best friend, recent Stanley Cup winner Rowan Foley, it’s time to move on. His new condo is fine, but things finally start to look up when he meets his cute neighbor, Will.

Will Knight’s third book is destroying him. The final installment of his horror trilogy is past due, and he can’t figure out how to end it. He’s got family drama that is consuming him, and his mental health is as fragile as glass. His new neighbor, however, is the perfect distraction.

The thrum of Felix’s anxiety quiets around Will, and it’s not long before he’s in a free fall for his novelist. But Will is harboring secrets, and Felix’s genuine affection for him is more terrifying than his novels.

Home Ice Disadvantage is a 55k opposites attract, neighbors romance with an HEA.

Heather's Review:

Two broken souls meet by chance as new neighbours.  Will is a reclusive author with a lot going on and Felix is a hockey player who has newly relocated to the area and is looking for a second chance...

This was a quick read and less hockey focused than some of the previous books.  It gives us insights into what each man is dealing with away from their burgeoning friendship.  It's a slow build with lots of outside angst and a fair amount of chemistry.  These two men learn to not only want each other, but how to lean on each other for support.

If you like an opposites attract story with found family, good vibes and overcoming past hurts, you'll enjoy Home Ice Disadvantage

Rating: 4 Stars

Home Ice Disadvantage is currently available as an e-book and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription