So Over You (Chicago Rebels, #2) by Kate Meader

So Over You (Chicago Rebels, #2)

Three estranged sisters struggle to sustain their late father’s failing hockey franchise in Kate Meader’s sizzling Chicago Rebels series. In this second entry, middle sister Isobel is at a crossroads in her personal and professional lives. But both are about to get a significant boost with the addition of a domineering Russian powerhouse to the Rebels....Isobel Chase knows hockey. She played NCAA, won Olympic silver, and made it thirty-seven ...


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TitleSo Over You (Chicago Rebels, #2)
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Release DateDec 4th, 2017
PublisherPocket Star
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Sports and Games, Sports, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance
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Reviews So Over You (Chicago Rebels, #2)

  • Lana ❇✾Dirty Girl Romance❇✾
    1970-01-01
    4 STARS I would like to apologize. Properly.” Her lungs went on hiatus. He couldn’t mean what she thought he meant. “Apology accepted,” she said cheerfully, though it came out chipmunk style. Alvin would be so proud. “You choose to act clueless about what I mean?” “Are you offering to apologize with your penis?” “It is my most improved area.” Is it any wonder I've been obsessed with all things Kate Meader ever since reading ...
  • Wendy
    1970-01-01
    I am a huge fan of sport themed books and the hocky ones are my absolute favorite. I also have a big thing for Russian men....So of course I had to read this one.This is a series about three sisters, who have inherited the Chicago Rebels Hockey team from their father. Each book features a different sister. This time we get Isobel's story. I did read the first book, but I think reading this one as a stand alone, shouldn't be a problem.Isobel use...
  • Zoe
    1970-01-01
    Broody, handsome men, feisty women and hockey. How can it not be thoroughly enjoyable, smoking hot, and fun. Full review to follow as part of the blog tour closer to publication.
  • Hollis
    1970-01-01
    Hockey is warfare with water breaks.What's that you say? Another hockey read, another contemporary sports romance, three back to back? Haven't you had enough, Hollis? Hockey season might be here again but there's no such thing as too much ice time. The fact that you might not see any more in my feed for a while, however, is completely unrelated and nothing to do with me needing a break."And you are, who, exactly? The daughter of a hockey great wh...
  • Chris Carroll
    1970-01-01
    When three sisters end up owning a hockey team, being surrounded by delicious men can be a good thing or a bad thing. In this instance it’s definitely a good thing.Hockey is not one of of the Sports I usually follow however I can definitely get used to steamy hot guys that are associated when Kate Meader is involved. This book to me was not as passionate or emotional as the first book in the series. Much of the plot was dealing with the sport s...
  • ☕ Kimberly
    1970-01-01
    A broody, sexy Russian hockey player and a feisty trainer go head to head in So Over You by Kate Meader. This is the second novel in the Chicago Rebels series featuring three sisters and the hockey team they are trying desperately to save. From the ice to the bedroom Meader delivers a heartfelt, emotion, sexy ride with characters you'll connect with. Full RTC
  • Dísir
    1970-01-01
    Hockey isn’t a game I follow at all, but the premise of Kate Meader’s series is easy enough to understand. Three estranged sisters—broken in their own way by a father who still wreaks destruction from beyond the grave—, a switch in management of a hockey team and the struggle to stay afloat with a change this momentous. For those who don’t understand the game, then the details or lack thereof are sparse enough that you can focus on the ...
  • Alison
    1970-01-01
    Four and a half stars!OH, Kate Meader this book has catapulted you into the echelons of my favourite authors. Imagine, if you will one of Elle Kennedy or Sarina Bowen's hockey stories, add in one of Shelly Laurenston's grumpy Russian skaters - got the picture? That is this book for me. Absolutely cracktastic.The series follows the three Chase sisters, each from different mothers, who inherit the Chicago Rebels Hockey team from their egotistical f...
  • Stephanie
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Stars. What can I say about this series, other than that I love it? The sisters are terrific and I'm loving seeing their relationships with each grow, and them navigate this hockey team together. This couple was fun to read about and I could not put this book down. Their backstory was interesting and yet each character also stood on their own. I just felt happy reading this book. I can't wait for more in this series. As usual, Kate Meader kno...
  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    Y’all, Kate Meader has me completely wrapped around her little finger with this smart and sizzling hockey series. And, incidentally, so does Vadim Petrov. Holy buckets, you guys. I’ll take a heaping helping of the surly Russian "czar of pleasure" any day, alllll day. I couldn’t get enough of him. He was just the perfect prickly gruffness to irresistible soft underbelly ratio, and I am smitten. Completely smitten.I loved that this story didn...
  • Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
    1970-01-01
    This is book 2 of the series. I fell in love with the premise at the start. 3 women taking over a failing NHL franchise. Isobel is the golden child. The star athlete. She is perhaps more affected by their father's death than the other two. I loved that her and Vadim have a sketchy history. Walls need to be broken down. Is it a bit taboo to do so given their roles? Maybe. Great build up to them finally admitting they need each other to be complete...
  • Jasprit
    1970-01-01
    Meader once again gives us a sizzling follow up book in the Chicago Rebels series with So Over You. I thought I had read it all with Irresistible You, I had a new favourite crush in Remy and the romance between him and Harper was off the charts. But then comes along Vadim in So Over You and I’m a complete goner (just imagine Gleb from Dancing with the Stars, which I did every single time *swoon*). I love it when characters have a history and th...
  • Gretchen (About That Story)
    1970-01-01
    This was such a well written story with so much depth and emotion but also the perfect amount of playfulness. Vadim and Isobel were excellent characters, I loved watching them come together and work through their struggles. A truly fantastic read!Full review to come.Complimentary copy received for honest review.
  • Tina
    1970-01-01
    Unfortunately, not my cuppa. Isobel and Vadim both made mistakes I had trouble sympathizing with or getting over; I didn't like them as individuals or as a couple the way I did with Harper and Remy. They had few redeeming qualities and seemed more like caricatures than people.For all of the angst and drama in their relationship, I remained pretty steadily bored by Isobel and Vadim. Nothing really... happens. Just a lot of brooding and melodrama a...
  • Rosa Sharon (iScream Books Blog)
    1970-01-01
    "Eventually she'd rise above these setbacks, both her crushed ambitions and her ambitious crush." I was so excited to dive into another installment of the Chicago Rebels series. I happened upon Kate Meador accidentally, enticed by a cover that captured my attention and a synopsis that was too intriguing to pass up. A hockey team owned by three sisters is some entertaining reading and this talented author has earned a fan. Though I'm very anxious ...
  • Kim
    1970-01-01
    Sometimes secondary characters seem unassuming and don’t leave much of an impression. This was the case with Isobel Chase. She was so quiet in the previous books that I had no expectations whatsoever of her as a heroine. Lawd, did she surprise me! As the old Southern saying goes, she was hiding her light under a bushel basket. And what a strong, bright light it was.I admit going in that Harper was my favorite sister because of her sharp wit and...
  • ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰
    1970-01-01
    ARC received via Netgalley for an honest review 3.5 stars This is the second in the Chicago Rebels series, and it could be read as a stand alone but you will want to read the first book, Irresistible You.We are thrown in pretty much where the first book ended, and now we are learning more about Isobel Chase. Part owner of the team, she wants to be a coach, she gets her chance coaching the one that got away, Vadim.Vadim... hmm, I want to love him,...
  • Ayekah
    1970-01-01
    Incredible story from the mistress of storytelling. What Kate did with the Firemen series, she doubles down on the hockey players. I LOVED THIS BOOK!! Who wouldn't love a crazy, passionate, sassy Russian who wants his first love back. Vadim's a moody cuss and he ranges from punch your lights out to a teddy bear you want to hug. He was Isobel's first( and only really) The three sisters now trying to run the Rebels as directed by their late father'...
  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    After reading this book, maybe I should give hockey a chance! This is the second book in the Chicago Rebels series but the first book that I have read. Their late father stipulated in the will that three estranged sisters had to jointly own the Chicago Rebels team for one year. In case being female owners of professional hockey team wasn't enough pressure, in order to keep the team, they must make it to the playoffs. This was a fun sports theme r...
  • Karen
    1970-01-01
    I liked the story. It seemed at times over written. Too long a time spent in Isobel's head about her decisions. It got boring.
  • Ivy Deluca
    1970-01-01
    Full 4.5 star review to come. In the meantime...Definitely enjoyed this and want more now please.
  • ♛ Mademoiselle Smut ♛
    1970-01-01
    |Review to come on release day|
  • Megan
    1970-01-01
    This was a great book. 4.5 Stars for me. I love the main characters' connection, but I also really love the strained sister relationships that this series explores as well. Isobel Chase is a great hockey player. Or she WAS. He father, Clifford Chase was a famous player, and then the famous owner of the Chicago Rebels pro hockey team. He raised his middle daughter to follow in his footsteps. She was a top player in college, and went on to win a si...
  • Stephanie
    1970-01-01
    I didn't even know I needed or wanted this book. In the book "In Skates Trouble" we read about Addison and her BFF Harper. Even though the book was about Addy, Harper played a pretty big part and you were emotionally invested in her. Going into book 1, "Irresistible You", was a smooth transition and a no brainer for me because I WANTED to know about her. IY was a continuation of IST, but obviously about another couple, but the timeline is right w...