Tomboy (The Hartigans, #3) by Avery Flynn

Tomboy (The Hartigans, #3)

How exactly has one good deed landed me in the penalty box?Ice Knights defenseman Zach Blackburn has come down with the flu, and my BFF—his PR manager—begs me to put my nursing degree to use and get him back to health. Of course she would call in a favor for the most hated man in Harbor City.But when he’s finally on the mend and I’m sneaking out of his place, everything goes sideways. Paparazzi spot me and pictures, plus accusations that ...

Details Tomboy (The Hartigans, #3)

TitleTomboy (The Hartigans, #3)
Release DateFeb 18th, 2019
PublisherEntangled: Amara
GenreRomance, Sports and Games, Sports, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance

Reviews Tomboy (The Hartigans, #3)

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]
    Tomboy is book three in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. While I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, I now have a favorite. I loved this book. If you are wondering, yes, you can read this as a stand alone. Each book in the series is based on one of the siblings in this crazy, loveable, Hartigan family. The characters do recur in each book, though. So you wouldn’t have the emotional connection to the other characters if you ha...
  • Chris C - A Midlife Wife
    What a great story. Even got a few tears outta me! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This is the second book that I have read and reviewed by Avery Flynn and I realized that I love reading stories when the characters are so like you and me. They’re not beautiful people. They’re vulnerable but yet have that fiery soul that you just tend to gravitate to.Usually when I read a book I like one character more than another. And, if I’m honest, I’ll say it’s us...
  • Siobhan
    Avery Flynn hooked me with the first book in The Hartigans series, Butterface, and I was desperate for more. With Muffin Top, book two, my addition grew stronger. This third book, Tomboy, is easily my favourite in the series. In fact, it’s a strong four-point-five-star rating, nearly a five-star read. I’m unsure how the future books will live up to this one, but I’m desperate to see.From the small introduction we were given in Muffin Top, I...
  • Elle's Book Blog
    Release Date: February 18, 2019 Genre: Romantic Comedy Actual Rating: 4 starsTomboy is the third standalone in The Hartigans romantic comedy series! While I do own the first book, I just haven't gotten to read it yet, I can say without a doubt that each of the books can completely standalone. All in all, I think this was a really cute story. I love reading books about characters who do good deeds in life and this one hit that mark. Fallon is a...
  • Sabrina
    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UKThis book has me fangirling over Avery Flynn so hard. I was already a fan of this series but now I'm straight up obsessed. I loved Fallon and Zach's connection and they made an adorably growly couple. They both had their walls up and could be a little stand-offish when it came to other people. Zach with his quiet fuck-off vibes that he gave to everyone and Fallon with her gives-not-one-shit attitude when it came to w...
  • Aaly
    ** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. ** I’ve been hooked with The Hartigan’s series from book one, heartfelt, funny and with interesting characters. How about the story of the most hated man in Harbor City finding his match?I have to say the hero was the perfect cliché of the famous jock, connoisseur of women (with very not really thinking with his brain, you know what I mean), with a reputation that preceded him, the ba...
  • Roxana
  • Naadira Moodley (BookedMercy)
    I just popped my Avery Flynn cherry and let me just tell you how enrapturing the experience was. This book was amazingly beautiful with fierce characters. I did not want to put it down. I fell in love with these two characters.Fallon is a tomboy in every sense of the word. She is strong, independent and takes no BS from anybody. She says it like it is and doesn’t give a damn whether the person like her or not but her family is her weakness. She...
  • Vanessa (nessreads)
    *I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book*4.5 “Lady Luck” StarsI want to start off by saying that I love the Hartigan’s!!!! This fictional family is one of my favorites. So far, the two previous books in this series, I’ve adored. This next installment is no different. Now we get Fallon’s story, another Hartigan sibling. And I must say I really enjoyed everything about this book. Fallon is a nurse and she gets sucked into taki...
  • Patty
    Bravo Avery Flynn!! Another great book! I absolutely loved this book. Now I am having a hard time deciding which is my favorite. Darn you, you marvelous writer you. Darn you!In this third installment of the Hartigan Series, we not only get to see more Lucy, but we get to know more about Fallon. Fallon is not a girly girl. She doesn't where makeup, fix her hair or date. Fallon is a workaholic nurse. Always taking care of everyone and fueling herse...
  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    It gets harder and harder to write a review about a book written by Avery Flynn. There isn't much more that I could say about her wonderful romantic comedies. And, Tomboy is definitely that – a comedy of errors … until the truth comes out. Then feelings are hurt, hearts are broken and true love takes a front seat beside the camaraderie of some wonderful teammates.Zach is one SOB. A loner by choice, needs no one but his PR Manager and Agent. H...
  • Lindsay
    This series continues to be well written romantic comedy that addresses the insecurities of the female leads. In this case, that tends to take a back seat because Fallon Hartigan is both too busy to care what other people think and too focused on her own goals to care. Even when she's put under the glare of media attention surrounding the male lead character, bad boy professional ice hockey player Zach Blackburn, it's all pretty much water off a ...
  • Kim
    Find this review and more at kimberlyfaye reads. I've had my eye on Avery Flynn's Hartigans series for ages, but I've just not made the time to read any of them before now. I'm glad I took the time to read Tomboy and I'm really looking forward to reading the first two books ASAP. Preferably before ApollyCon, so I can fangirl over Avery and get her to sign all of them for me.But that's neither here nor there. I'm supposed to be talking about Tomb...
  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    TOMBOY by Avery Flynn is book Three in The Hartigans Series. This is the story of Fallon Hartigan and Zach Blackburn. This was a standalone for me. Fallon is a nurse at St. Vincent's Hospital along with volunteering at a low income medical facility. So her time and stress level are stretched. But when her best friend and future sister-in-law calls asking for her help...she has a hard time saying no. Lucy is a PR for Zach who plays for the Ice Kni...
  • Elaine
    This is the third book in the Hartigans series but it works well as a standalone - and is a brilliant read IMHO!Fallon Hartigan is the heroine in this story, a nurse who not only works at St Vincent's Hospital but volunteers at a medical centre for those who find it difficult to pay as well. She's also the person that Lucy, Fallon's best friend and future sister-in-law, calls when her client, the ice hockey star Zach Blackburn, needs some care an...
  • Scandal (Scandalicious Book Reviews)
    4.5 stars for this wonderful book...humor, heat,drama...all of the good stuff! Go to Scandalicious Book Reviews for my complete review:
  • Karen
  • Romance Rehab
    I might have a slight addiction to this series. I loved books 1 and 2 (Butterface and Muffin Top, respectively) and couldn’t sign up for an ARC of Tomboy fast enough. I’ll most likely do the same thing when the next book in the series comes out, too. Why am I so addicted to this series? I’m glad you asked…1. These aren’t makeover storiesYou know those romance stories where the hero doesn’t notice the heroine until she’s had a makeov...
  • Cyndi Becker
    As I was getting ready to read Tomboy I'd been asked what was I was about to read and was I looking forward to it. My answer was Tomboy, with a resounding YES!. Once again Avery Flynn delivered a sweet, hilarious, and sexy love story centered on Fallon Hartigan and Zach Blackburn. We met Zach in Muffin Top, as Lucy Kavanaghs' bad boy Ice Knights hockey captain client. He seemed like a massive jerk, and indeed I felt that way at first. But there i...
  • Sofia Lazaridou
    I think that the book should have been named "Lady luck" because it was more fitting to the story and it plays a more important role than the fact that Fallon is a tomboy. That's not what matters though. What matters is that I enjoyed the book and was able to finish it, unlike Muffin Top which was a complete miss for me. Fallon and Zach were a great couple and their romance was portrayed in a very good way. Both of them were characters I could re...
  • Happily Mary After
    Tomboy is the third, standalone book in Avery Flynn’s fantastic The Hartigans series, and it’s a delicious blend of light-hearted humor, subtle social observation, feel-good entertainment and seriously sexy romance. It’s an enemies-to-lovers tale in which a feisty, independent nurse charms the grumpy bad boy of professional hockey, surprising them both. Like many of Flynn’s heroines, Fallon is confident and comfortable in her own skin, an...
  • Liza
    Each of the books in The Hartigan series to date has been amazing. Then came Tomboy and it totally blew me away. Avery Flynn wrote my spirit animal in Fallon Hartigan, and I have to say this is my favorite book ever from Ms. Flynn.Fallon Hartigan is a hard-working nurse who really loves helping others. She is happy in her own skin and has never cared about fashion or trying to look like everyone else. I totally got and connected with Fallon from ...
  • Isha Coleman
    Tomboy (The Hartigans #3) by Avery Flynn   No good deed goes unpunished. Avery Flynn never disappoints. When it comes to fiesty heroines and hard to resist heroes, she never misses the mark. Humor takes center stage when it comes to melting your heart. Tomboy is a captivating, laugh out loud temptation. Fallon proves that she's no pushover. Zach is about to meet his match and his heart will not be prepared for the blow. Flynn always delivers a ...
  • Berta
    Rounded up to 5 stars. I had quiet reading time today, and it's awesome when I get sucked in to a book and do not want to put it down. I enjoyed about everything... there's even hockey! The 'lady luck' thing didn't go on too long, like I had feared. I loved seeing Zack grow and change and fall for Fallon. Those H' s that are kinda broken, kinda jerks, but can be so sweet are my fave. I adored Fallon! And whew she and Zach were super hot together....
  • Chantale Canadian Book Addict
    This is the third book in The Hartigans series but you don't need to read the previous books to read this one. Tomboy is a very well written book that I read in one day because I just didn't want to put it down. This book is fun and swoon worthy for sure. I do highly recommend.
  • Snow
    Liked it!👍Review on Monday...
  • Paula
    It was fun and light. I read it in just a few hours. If you are looking for some good sport romance, a pretty badass female protagonist and a bad mood/big heart male protagonist this is the book for you. Is the first book that I read by Avery Flynn, but I will definitely be reading more by her.
  • Bette Hansen
    Loved, Loved, Loved!! All the yumminess that is Zack Blackburn makes this a great read. Add in the banter, humor, and the amazing character of Fallon and you have a story you won't soon forget! Originally Fallon is just doing a favor for a friend by helping Zack get healthy again. Then she finds herself caught up in a fan frenzy as Harbor City dubs her Zack's Lady Luck!All the characters in this series are fun with lots of sass and snark. They fe...
  • Robyn
    3.5 - not my favourite of this series but still good!
  • Natasha
    Oh how I love the Hartigan series! I received an ARC copy from Avery herself and I'm so glad I got the chance to read it and review it. Fallon and Zach's story did not disappoint. He's the bad guy, she's the chick that doesn't take shit from anybody. I won't give anything away but I highly recommend reading the newest installment in the series. I even got a 10 Things I Hate About You vibe from this story. Not sure if it was inspiration for Avery ...