‘Pucked Over’ is the third book of the ‘Pucked’ series. However, Randy and Lily’s story actually starts in ‘Pucked Up’ when Buck decides to crash Sunny’s camping trip. Do you also see what I see? In ‘Pucked’ Violet and Alex is meeting because of Buck too, so for me Buck is like a Yeti-Cupid without knowing it 🙂
Randy Ballistic, a.k.a. ‘Balls’, is Buck’s (Hero of ‘Pucked Up’) best friend since childhood and they both play hockey for Hawks. He is a true player and lives up to his player status. Lily LeBlac is Sunny’s best friend (Heroine of ‘Pucked Up’) and they grew up together in Canada. She is a figure skater but because of financial problems, she stops competing. She works at two different jobs in order to support herself and help her mother.
In ‘Pucked Up’ Randy hooks up with Lily during the camping trip after she breaks up with her on-again, off-again boyfriend for 7 years. The hook up is just a quick, hot and heavy hook up session after she breaks up with her long time boyfriend. She is not casual sex kind of girl but after 7 years of relationship, she doesn’t want something serious and she decides that using Randy for a rebound is a good idea. Randy is all in for being Lily’s rebound because she is hot, fun and feisty. After their hot hook-up session, Lily cannot stop thinking about Randy. As for Randy, he is all about hooking up with Lily again. However, everything becomes more complicated when their emotions get involve with their causal hook-up sessions. They both don’t want to get hurt so instead of talking about the shift in their relationship, they decide to ignore it.
I love that the book was written in dual POV. It really helps you to see their inner struggles and how their relationship develops. The way they work on getting over their insecurities and try to build a relationship was sweet and heartbreaking. I love how passionate, sexy, romantic and somewhat silly their relationship was. If you enjoyed the ‘Pucked’ series, I am pretty sure that this will be your favorite book of the series.
- Would I recommend this book: Yes.
- Would I re-read this book: Already did.
- Would I read future books by this author: Yes.