The Art of Running in Heels (Chinooks Hockey Team #7)

The Art of Running in Heels (Chinooks Hockey Team #7)

Running in five-inch stilettos is an art form Leaving your fiancé at the altar on live television is a disaster. Lexie Kowalsky thought she was ready to get married in front of millions of people, but at the last minute she fled the set of television?s hottest reality show, Gettin? Hitched. Wearing a poofy white dress and a pair of five-inch sparkly shoes, Lexie hopped a fl Running in five-inch stilettos is an art form Leaving your fiancé at the altar on live television is a disas...

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Title:The Art of Running in Heels (Chinooks Hockey Team #7)
Author:Rachel Gibson
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B06Y12BDFN
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

The Art of Running in Heels (Chinooks Hockey Team #7) Reviews

  • Bambi Unbridled
    Dec 01, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

    How much do I like Rachel Gibson's books? So much that even though I have many, many, books to read that come out before this one, I bumped it up to the top of the list and I am so glad I did. The book opens with Georgeanne and John from the first Chinook book "Simply Irresistible". Jo...

    I'm thinking Rachel Gibson is another author it's time to move on from. In the past, she was always my go to but as of late, I have not been enjoying her work. Where the hell was the chemistry and connection between Sean and Lexie? At least 60% of the book was them spent apart, in ...

    ARC courtesy of publisher in exchange for an honest review Find me on ...

    In the latest installment of the Chinooks Hockey series, The Art of Running in Heels, we are returning to a favorite family of the past - the one that started it all - The Kowalsky's. It's not necessary to read the entire series before starting this book, but I highly recommend tha...

  • Sharon Redfern
    Sep 09, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

    How much do I like Rachel Gibson's books? So much that even though I have many, many, books to read that come out before this one, I bumped it up to the top of the list and I am so glad I did. The book opens with Georgeanne and John from the first Chinook book "Simply Irresistible". Jo...

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    Dec 27, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

  • Jennifer
    Sep 23, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

    How much do I like Rachel Gibson's books? So much that even though I have many, many, books to read that come out before this one, I bumped it up to the top of the list and I am so glad I did. The book opens with Georgeanne and John from the first Chinook book "Simply Irresistible". Jo...

    I'm thinking Rachel Gibson is another author it's time to move on from. In the past, she was always my go to but as of late, I have not been enjoying her work. Where the hell was the chemistry and connection between Sean and Lexie? At least 60% of the book was them spent apart, in ...

    ARC courtesy of publisher in exchange for an honest review Find me on ...

  • Jasprit
    Sep 26, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

  • Tammy  Zautner
    Dec 26, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

    How much do I like Rachel Gibson's books? So much that even though I have many, many, books to read that come out before this one, I bumped it up to the top of the list and I am so glad I did. The book opens with Georgeanne and John from the first Chinook book "Simply Irresistible". Jo...

    I'm thinking Rachel Gibson is another author it's time to move on from. In the past, she was always my go to but as of late, I have not been enjoying her work. Where the hell was the chemistry and connection between Sean and Lexie? At least 60% of the book was them spent apart, in ...

  • Stacee
    Nov 25, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

  • Janja
    Dec 31, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    Oct 07, 2017

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    Jan 02, 2018

    Full review... 3.5 Stars. Fast forward twenty-something years from the very first book in the "Chinooks Hockey Team" series; and we have John and Georgia Kowalski's daughter Lexi all grown up. Lexi decides to drum up business for her pet couture enterprise by appearing on a Bachelor...

    Well ... I won't drop down and sing: Hallelujah!! ...

    3.5 stars Lexie and Sean met under circumstances very similar to the way her parents, John and Georgeanne met in Simply Irresistible (a book I re-read as a refresher), which I found highly improbable, but I guess it worked for the story and some readers might appreciate the symmetry...

    2.5 stars I?m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was pretty excited for this one. Lexie and Sean are okay characters. I wanted to like them both so much, but she comes across as flighty and he?s really cocky {and not in a good way}. Sean?s inner monologue mainl...

    Reading a book by Rachel Gibson has been a long time coming and now after finishing The Art of Running in Heels, I feel like kicking myself for not trying her books sooner, as this book was such a delight to read. I?ve always been a fan of sports romances in books, but lately with bo...

    How much do I like Rachel Gibson's books? So much that even though I have many, many, books to read that come out before this one, I bumped it up to the top of the list and I am so glad I did. The book opens with Georgeanne and John from the first Chinook book "Simply Irresistible". Jo...

    I'm thinking Rachel Gibson is another author it's time to move on from. In the past, she was always my go to but as of late, I have not been enjoying her work. Where the hell was the chemistry and connection between Sean and Lexie? At least 60% of the book was them spent apart, in ...

    ARC courtesy of publisher in exchange for an honest review Find me on ...

    In the latest installment of the Chinooks Hockey series, The Art of Running in Heels, we are returning to a favorite family of the past - the one that started it all - The Kowalsky's. It's not necessary to read the entire series before starting this book, but I highly recommend tha...

    I've been wanting to read this author seems like forever!  I finally took the plunge and decided to read out of order, which is mostly what has kept me from trying her in the past.  THE ART OF RUNNING IN HEELS was a fun hockey romance and a great sampler for me of Ms. Gibson's style...