Published November 9th 2015
Haylie Keene wants to put the past behind her and move on after her jock boyfriend cheats on her. Her friends convince her that a hook-up (or maybe a little revenge sex) is the best place to start. Except she’s steering clear of hockey players, as in, never ever again.
Alaska State all-star defenseman Cam Erickson is a calculated risk taker. He weighs the pros and cons and knows Haylie is a bad investment on so many levels, but something about her gets under his skin. And once he makes up his mind, he pulls out all the stops to make her his.
Haylie soon realizes that Cam’s quiet charm and unfaltering confidence is like a magnet she doesn’t want to refuse. Their chemistry is undeniable and maybe the rules she set up for herself are worth reconsidering.
Still heartbroken, Haylie is only looking for a few hours of pure bliss. But hockey hero Cam wants more than a hook-up. His goal? Ice-melting romance.
I’ve seen a surprising amount (surprising to me, at least) of NA college hockey romance books going around lately and even though I have yet to find one that I really fall in love with, I’m always curious about them. I’m a big fan of hockey so I’m drawn to books that involve the sport. Again, I’m never completely sold on any of the books that I’ve read that are hockey romances but I have a pretty fun time reading them. Right Kind of Mistake was no different.
Nothing really happened in this book and I found Haylie to be kind of annoying but the writing was really good. I read this fairly late at night and it kept my attention for a really long time so that’s pretty impressive to me.
This book is pretty short, 109 pages, so I did get though it really quickly. I was a little bored in the middle but it wasn’t a big deal.
The whole book had a repetitive nature about it which I thought was strange because the book is so short. I think the main thing that was repetitive was Haylie and that’s why I found her annoying.
Overall, this was a quick, fun read but I didn’t find much that really stood out to me. I didn’t have enough time to really fall in love with the characters and I’m still indecisive on the plot. But if you really liked The Deal by Elle Kennedy or if you just want something short and fun, I’d recommend this book.