All Laced Up

All Laced Up

Erin Fletcher / Jun 06, 2020

All Laced Up Everyone loves hockey superstar Pierce Miller Everyone except Lia Bailey When the two are forced to teach a skating class to save the rink Lia s not sure she ll survive the pressure of Nationals and

  • Title: All Laced Up
  • Author: Erin Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9781633757684
  • Page: 393
  • Format: ebook
  • Everyone loves hockey superstar Pierce Miller Everyone except Lia Bailey When the two are forced to teach a skating class to save the rink, Lia s not sure she ll survive the pressure of Nationals and Pierce s ego Not only can t he remember her name, he signed her bottle of water like she was one of his groupies Ugh But if there s one thing Lia knows better than figureEveryone loves hockey superstar Pierce Miller Everyone except Lia Bailey When the two are forced to teach a skating class to save the rink, Lia s not sure she ll survive the pressure of Nationals and Pierce s ego Not only can t he remember her name, he signed her bottle of water like she was one of his groupies Ugh But if there s one thing Lia knows better than figure skating, it s hockey Hoping to take his ego down a notch or seven she logs into his team website under an anonymous name to give him pointers on his less than stellar playing Turns out, Pierce isn t arrogant at all And they have a lot in common Too bad he s falling for the anonymous girl online No matter how much fun they re starting to have in real life, she s afraid he s going to choose fake Lia over the real one Disclaimer This book contains a swoony hockey player and his equally swoony friends , one too many social media accounts, kisses that ll melt ice, and a secret identity that might not be so secret after all

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    1. Not terrible, but not great either. Would have been a 3 stars if it wasn't for a couple of seriously annoying/harmful things.This was well written and ultimately a nice and light read, but nothing more. What I really liked was the setting (let's be real the only reason I got this is because the MC is a figure skater) and the fact that the romantic relationship develops for the most part online. It was certainly a bit cliched but nothing I wasn't ready for.However, what really bothered me to the [...]


    2. All Laced Up was short, sweet, and every bit of predictable I expected it to be, but it was no less adorable and satisfying nonetheless. This story was a purely cute, humorous romance that developed at the right pace and made me smile so widely watching it progress.I don't know why, but I've been enjoying the contemporary young adult books I've read lately. This one wasn't any different. I loved all the characters, especially Lia and Pierce, and there was absolutely nothing to throw me off - no [...]


    3. Mini review:DNF I received this E-ARC via Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.When I started reading this I felt that it was going to overly dramatic. Something about it read like a joke. Thus I could not bring myself to continue. I still recommend.


    4. If I had to sum up this book in one word, it would be: AaaaawwwThis was quirky and cute and fluffy and exactly what I needed after a month of arduous brain work. And to think I wouldn't have read it had I known this was Contemporary Young Adult Maybe I should reconsider my tough stance on that genre.I loved all the characters, particularly the two leads Lia and Pierce, who were adorable and surprisingly mature. There was no slut shaming, no dramatic teen angst, no bitchy ex and no petty intrigue [...]


    5. I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley. This in no way impacted on my view.The other day, I was browsing through NetGalley and the cover of this book caught my eye. I don't think I've ever read anything about figure skating, but loved the Disney movies Ice Princess and Go Figure when I was younger. I started this book one morning, and was finished with it in just a few hours.The main characters, Lia and Pierce hate each other. One's a figure skater, the other a hockey [...]


    6. I honestly love this story, I can't stop thinking about it.Each aspect of the book is amazingly done, from Mrs. Fletcher's incredible style, the great characters, to plot points that are tricky to execute. Everything was on point, especially the chemistry between the main characters, their hate to love relationship.This book is a fun read with a beautifully executed fluffy story-line, and I couldn't get enough of it. I definitely recommend this book, and I can't wait for the sequel.


    7. *This review will also appear on A Leisure Moment***I received an e-copy of this book via NetGalley as part of the blog tour**Lia Bailey did not like Pierce Miller. He was the arrogant, pompous jerk that couldn’t even bother to show up on time for the workshop she got roped into teaching alongside him. It spelled the perfect enemies to lovers trope and did not disappoint in swoony kisses and meaningful conversations, with a little mystery thrown into the mix. If only I didn’t have wobbly ank [...]


    8. I had high hopes for this one I got exactly what I was hoping for and then some. Fletcher did an great job at telling as sweet story, keeping it light and yet insightful. Being raised in Heidiland means I am not only fond of winter sports, but I have lots of personal experience with it. This being a skating novel means there is lots of sport bits I can relate to. Fletcher showed the beauty of it, but also the pressures and to a degree the ugly. It's one of my favorite bits of this novel. The des [...]


    9. Eh. Why can't YA figure skating books get it right? You know, I like YA books about gymnastics. There's actually been some decent ones there, not so much with figure skating my favorite sport. Again, the romance with this one is a little stilted. Full review to come.



    10. Review based on an ARC provided by Netgalley. I want to also thank the publisher for giving me this opportunity.A cute romance with complicating factors such as a secret online identity.Actual rating is 3.5.Lia is so angry at Pierce for not helping at the class they were supposed to teach together, that when she learns about his loss at the hockey, she can't help but use her secret knowledge to anonymously point out his mistakes online. However, the online Pierce has the opposite effect on her f [...]


    11. This book ticked all the right boxes for me; Sports Romance; Sweet teen story with more than meets the eye and opposites attract. The local ice rink is in need of some new members and the owner has the perfect plan to get the customers in. He enlists Lia and Pierce to teach newbies to skate. Lia is the smart, figure skater and Pierce is the loud, well-loved hockey player. Lia is not impressed with Pierce over confident arrogance and cannot resist taking her opportunity to knock him down a peg or [...]


    12. *This book was received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*I liked this book although it was slow in some parts and some of the issues created in the story were simply due to a lack of communication or miscommunication. While often in life this is the case, that problems arise due to miscommunication, I found myself annoyed that Lia just didn't talk to the people around her to sort out her issues. I liked the chapters that alternated between being written from Lia's and Pierce's poin [...]


    13. Great characters, swoony kissing scenes, and tons of figure skating and hockey make All Laced Up a great read. It's like The Cutting Edge before the leads had their Olympic and NHL dreams come true. Can't wait to read the next book in the series, especially if it follows Lia's BFF, Embry. She deserves a great guy in her life. Maybe Jackson?


    14. I love figure skating, hockey and this type of story so this book was a perfect fit for me. Lia and Pierce are likeable characters and I enjoyed their romance. I adored how patient and kind Pierce was with his younger brother. It was so sweet. I am looking forward to more in the series. I hope to see more of Pierce's friend Jackson and Lia's friend Embry. Also, I wouldn't mind a book about Lia's brother Adam once he gets a little older.


    15. ~ Book provided by NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinionAll Laced Up was exactly what I needed - a sweet and cute YA romance. Erin Fletcher's writing style drew me in right away. The pages flew by so fast that I was a bit surprised when I hit the end.Also can you believe she actually wrote about teenagers that knew how to solve their problems through talking. I feel that nowadays in YA books there is way too much drama and not enough talking problems out. Not in All Laced Up, the drama in [...]


    16. All Laced Up (Breakaway #1) by Erin Fletcher Erin Fletcher’s ALL LACED UP is an amazing start to the Breakaway series.  Figure skater Lia Baily is forced to teach a skating class with rising hockey star Pierce Miller.  She is not looking forward to dealing with the egotistical hockey player, but soon discovers that there is more to him then she previously suspected.  This contemporary sports romance is suitable for young adults.  It takes place in Michigan. I liked both Lia and Pierce.  [...]


    17. This novel forms part of Entangled Publishing teen crush books, and I'm sure I will be reading more of these. It was a truly enjoyable easy young adult romance. The story follows superstar hockey player Pierce Miller, and hopeful Olympic figure skater, Lia Bailey, both 17, both in the same high school and both of whom use the same ice rink. In an attempt to help out the owner of the ice rink they both agree to teach children to skate in a promotional programme on a Saturday morning. Pierce has n [...]


    18. I'm already a fan of this author's books, so it's no surprise I loved this one as well! It's a cute read that has you grinning the whole time. I love the idea of a figure skater and a hockey player working together with kids (especially when said hockey player happens to be good with the kids). I thought their dynamic was fun, especially when told from their two different points of view. Both Lia and Pierce are great, rounded characters and you want to root for both of them. Pierce only seems li [...]


    19. Cute read! I liked watching their character progression and how they each came to confront their own demons. It was super fast to read, it only took me two days once I actually started. I was impressed that the author seemed to know her stuff about both figure skating and hockey. Either it was well-researched or the author had some experience on the ice. Of course, this is coming from someone who doesn't really know anything about those sports, so regardless, at least it was written in a way tha [...]


    20. All Laced Up was an awesome read. I adored the characters. Lia was sassy but shy at the same time. I loved how she encouraged Pierce, and in return he encouraged her. Pierce was a sweet guy. I loved how he opened up to Lia. Together they were cute.This is my first book I have read by Erin Fletcher, but definitely not my last. If you are a young adult fan and love hockey books, then this book is for you!



    21. *I received a digital ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.* With its likeable characters and fun theme, All Laced Up is a sweet romance about two talented and dedicated teens helping each other to overcome their fears and finding love along the way.  First, I have to confess that I can count of one hand the number of times I have set foot (or rather skate) on the ice. My knowledge of figure skating and hockey is limited to what I have seen on TV and in films.  Every 4 years I wat [...]


    22. What I Loved: This is exactly what I was looking for, when I started reading. Sweet romance, sweet characters; some but little conflict and a sappy smile at the end. I always enjoy reading a little bit about the sports, and the passion that the characters have for their chosen sport. A lot of times it makes me want to try it myself. Not this time though, I don’t think I’d do very well with hockey! I really loved how Pierce actually was pretty much as oblivious to Lia as she thought that he w [...]


    23. Daw! That was uber cute! I kind of bought this on a whim during a 8 hour work shift and decided to just do it. I've been in quite the reading slump. Grr!!! And I've been so angry about it. And I don't know why but this cute little book I think got me out!!! (Hopefully I'm not talking to soon)Anyways this was a great story! I loved the You've got Mail vibe even though they both know who they are talking to for most of the book and it's just a game of who will confess. The skating and hockey was r [...]


    24. I loved this book! It was well written and the character development was spot on. As a former figure skater, Special Education teacher, and mother of teens I was impressed with how adept Erin is in creating each character's unique voice and all of the details that rang true ~ I was especially fond of her development of Mr. Koslov & Carson. The plot was exciting; kept me turning pages long past my bedtime.If this were out during my teen years, (which I spent either at the rink or at school) I [...]


    25. The idea of the book was so good and cute, I wanted to see how Lia will be struggling about her dual personality more than this everything felt kind of rushed and the feelings came out of nowhere it was an ok read but it could've been way better


    26. Es ist nicht das beste Buch aller Zeiten, aber ich konnte es trotzdem kaum zur Seite legen. Der Inhalt war von Anfang an ziemlich klar, aber das war das perfekte Buch für mich an einem Relaxing-Tag.Es ist es definitiv wert gelesen zu werden.



    27. You can never go wrong with a hockey story. Cute easy read just wish there would have been more about her dad or even more about his brother because Carson was pretty cute.


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