• Power Play

  • Nashville Assassins: Next Generation Series, Book 2
  • By: Toni Aleo
  • Narrated by: Stephen Dexter, Tanya Eby
  • Length: 11 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Power Play

By: Toni Aleo
Narrated by: Stephen Dexter,Tanya Eby
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Posey Adler is coming home. After a devastating journey for what she mistakenly thought was true love, she is saying to hell with men and love forever. As the Nashville Assassins's new assistant coach for special teams, Posey is ready to focus on her job and have the attention on her for a change. She's been haunted by her place in her sister's shadow, but this is her chance to shine and force her family to take notice. But in order to make a name for herself, she's going to have to go toe-to-toe with her team's leading power play scorer.

Boon Hoenes lives for special teams. The power play is his favorite thing about the game. He loves having that advantage over his opponent. And most of the time, it's his quick thinking that sends the puck to the back of the goal when he's on the ice. Off the ice, however, no amount of quick thinking prepared his heart for being dumped by his college sweetheart. Boon has sworn off women, but when Posey Adler comes onto his ice - and kicks him off his beloved power play - he decides she's one woman he doesn't want to swear off.

They've both been hurt, but instead of going in for the penalty kill, Boon is ready to convince Posey their hearts are the secret to how they'll win. How they'll score the ultimate goal. A forever kind of love.

©2019 Toni Aleo (P)2020 Tantor

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Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall

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This Book is Just Good Fun

Love it. Needed something to brighten my day on a weekend I was really sick. Even amongst the tissues, I smiled and smiled and laughed out loud. Thank you for the pick me up!

Both main characters are hilarious and keep it real. Love the female lead. She is equal parts unsure of her own appeal and a badass. It makes her quite lovable. He is a great guy who loves his mom and got burned by an cheating ex. Great chemistry between the two.

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Love, love love

My favorite Toni Aleo book. You fall in love with these two characters have bought the book and now the audio.

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Best book boyfriend ever!

Boon Hoenes is the most awesome book boyfriend ever. A very emotional and heart felt story. Great read. Great characters.
Stephen Dexter's and Tanya Eby's narrations are perfection!

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Toni never disappoints!

I always enjoy Toni Aleo’s books, they leave me feeling good. I feel I’ve watched all the Nashville Assassins grow and develop, and I kind of feel like They are all family:)

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  • 04-10-20

Get ready for the power play

Throw everything you think you know about Posey Adler out the window when you pick up Power Play.

Her story was everything and more I could have ever asked for.

Now, I will admit that I need an organisational chart keep up with who is whom in this series, but after a bit I get my head around who everyone belongs too.

Posey and Boon are just goals. Their journey from friends to so much more is relatable. I am sure most of us have had to deal with one or more of the things that they deal with during the tale. I love how they dealt with things.

It was great to see some of the Assassins Pt 1 throughout. Though I have to say, Posey's dad Shea I went from laughing at him to rolling my eyes. He really was acting like a 4 year old throwing a tantrum a lo of the time.

Now the narration. I really enjoyed Tanya Eby's portrayal of Posey. She drew me right into Posey's life. She was fun and fliratious and all the emotion shone through.

However, Stephen Dexter, whilst wonderful as the other characters in the story, was quote monotonal to me a Boon. It was like he was narrating a a quite stalker story, nice and quiet waiting for a big BAM surprise However, this could just be me, and it didn't make me want to stop listening at all, and wouldn't stop me from listening to him again.

It was great to get back into Assassin-land, and look forward to more of the next generation.