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Maisy Moore isn’t looking forward to the holiday season. As the owner of the only hair salon in Gamble, Alaska, she will go insane helping her clients get ready for the Christmas and New Year holidays. Parties she’s never invited to.
But that’s not the worst. As a single mom, she knows she just can’t offer her seven-year-old son Jack the magical Christmases her classmates get. Telling him how much you love him will only ever get through to a boy that age. If only he could give her what she really wants: to know who her father is.
The last thing Maisy needs is NHL star Chase Evans storming back into town like God’s gift to women. But that’s exactly what Chase does.
After a counter check from behind, Chase’s season is over. Instead of scoring goals, he’s recovering from shoulder surgery and, according to his mum, there’s no better place to recover than at home. Because let’s face it, basking in the glow of local worship won’t be too bad. There are no fans like local fans.
The last thing Chase expects is Maisy Moore still single. He decides to see if maybe they could rekindle their brief romance, which happened on the night of their ten-year high school reunion. But when he tries to talk to her, he discovers that Maisy’s feelings of lust have turned to hatred. And he’s determined to find out why.
Will Maisy be able to keep her son’s identity a secret? Will there be a Christmas miracle that brings two wayward lovers together? Will the BOGO shampoo and conditioner special be a hit?
Find out in the adorably funny and ridiculously romantic final installment in the Love is a Gamble mom-com series.
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Hate, Rinse, Repeat book by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers is the 3 book in the Gamble of Love series. This story is a supposed enemy for lovers, a secret baby story.
Maisy Moore is the owner and hairstylist of the only salon in Gamble, Alaska. She is also a single mother to a seven-year-old boy, Jack. When Maisy was younger, she was a bit clumsy; he wore a back brace, had lazy eye and wore prescription glasses; the children of her school mercilessly made fun of her because her name rhymed with many adjectives; they called her crazy, lazy, fuzzy, daisy and swayze who was running joke not to put maisy swayze in the corner.
His supposed childhood nemesis is Chase Evans, an NHL star. The last time he was home was for his ten-year high school reunion, where he and Maisy were reunited; Tequila might have been involved, but that was seven years ago. Chase received a lousy counter check from behind and ended his hockey career with a rotator cuff injury. He returns home to his parents to recover.
A great story of realistic heartbreak mixed with romance and hope. My emotions went on a roller coaster! So much history between Maisy and Chase and they had such different perspectives on their interactions as kids in the small town of Gamble, Alaska. I found her problems very realistic and Maisy’s tough times made the final Christmas scenes even sweeter. This one has more heart than humor but I don’t see it as a negative and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Maisy has been a tragic underdog character since childhood, and Chase, the adorable hockey star who returns to town and finds he’s a savvy dad thanks to a drink-filled one-night stand, was a character who didn’t gain much Has. condolences from me
One of the more harrowing remarks was Chase’s total lack of reflection on how he would have reconciled having a child on the road with his travel-filled professional hockey lifestyle had Maisy told him about her unexpected pregnancy. It seems so clear that Maisy stole his early years with his son, but I’m not so sure.
Sure, he might be a caring and caring dad now that his career is over, but would he have been when his career was on the rise? So while Maisy gets a lot of blame, she gets my support too, Chase a lot less. A novel that makes me think about the moments that I could have done and captures my emotions in this way is far from positive.
Although this is the third in a series about life and love in Gamble, Alaska, it barely overlaps with the previous two, which I also loved. It’s easy to read and the epilogue provides the perfect ending.
NHL star Chase Evans is returning to Gamble, Alaska, after a career-ending injury. He hopes to see Maisy Moore again. He hadn’t seen her since they met at their ten year reunion. He discovers that he has a seven-year-old son named Jack who looks oddly similar to him at that age.
i loved this story. Maisy had a difficult childhood. He had a lazy eye and wore a back brace. The other children were not very friendly. She completes this with her father leaving her and her mother. His self-esteem has taken a hit and he has confidence issues. On the other hand, Chase is Gamble’s local hero. It’s always been popular. He also has a loving family.
The two have numerous problems to overcome. They have misunderstandings and don’t see things from each other’s perspective. The townspeople are loud and mind their own business. They have wonderful chemistry and challenge each other. Jack is adorable.
HATE, RINSE, REPEAT is a moving story. I liked his writing style and would read more of his books in the future.
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