Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Blog Tour: Jett by Sawyer Bennett

From New York Times Bestselling Author Sawyer Bennett comes the next book in the Arizona Vengeance series. You can read JETT now and purchase the paperback. Sign up for Sawyer's newsletter for exclusive details about all of her upcoming titles. Enter the release giveaway for a signed paperback and a $100 Amazon Gift Card!


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Jett by Sawyer Bennett

An Arizona Vengeance Novel


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Book Blurb:

Jett Olsson isn’t looking for anything serious and she’s not looking for anything at all, so why does it seem so hard to keep it professional? I love my life—the thrill of being on the ice as part of the Arizona Vengeance, the rush of winning, the adoration of the fans. And if that adoration means I don’t have to spend the night alone, well even better. I’m content being single and always ready to mingle. But the day Emory Holland walks into a Vengeance team meeting my attention is caught like never before. I can tell right away she’s full of smarts and sass, and the fact that she’s hot as hell sure doesn’t hurt either. She immediately shuts down my advances, so I opt for the road less traveled—straight to the friend zone. My approach works like a charm, and when she invites me into her bed for a no-strings, friends-with-benefits arrangement, I vow to give her everything I have. She’s been hurt before, and if I’m able to help her heal while giving her a spectacularly satisfying time *pats self on back*, then I’ll be happy. Or at least that’s the lie I keep telling myself as the time ticks down on the final buzzer of our “relationship”. Now the real question is, can I score the winning goal in a game neither of us realized we were playing?  

4 stars

Review by Trinette Dungee

Since the day Emory Holland was introduced to the Arizona Vengeance Hockey team as their Vice President of Digital Marketing and Analytics, Jett Olsson had tried to gain her attention. However, Emory has made it quite clear that the only thing that will between them is her assistance with his social media image. Jett devises a plan that eventually gets him closer to Emory and he learns that Emory’s life isn’t as simple as he thought, and her cautiousness is warranted.  

Emory Holland has left her California life behind for a new start from her past, primarily the instability caused by her ex-husband.  Aside from adjusting to this new life, she’s juggling being a single mom. She’s already put her trust in a man who chose a different type of life over her and their daughter, so trust is not high on her list. Jett Olsson has heartbreak written all over him. While Jett Olsson maybe sexy as sin, he’s all about having a good time and she needs a little more than that from a man. Or does she? Deciding a no-strings-attached relationship with Jett, might be just what she needs. No-strings-attached looked good on paper, but Jett is proving to be more attached than she ever thought. 

Jett is the team’s player and he’s content to leave it that way. He’s watched his teammates one-by-one fall down the marriage and family hole and he has no intention of doing that. Long term relationships are not his thing. He’s finally managed to get Emory to give him a chance and he’s willing to agree to her terms. Along the way of this no-strings-attached relationship, Jett and Emory find the lines becoming more and more blurred. They are suddenly not just lovers, but friends. Jett is invested in not just Emory, but her daughter as well as her sister, Jenna. They actually become their own little family unit. 

This was a different read for me. While I loved the story, I wasn’t particularly crazy about the main characters. I connected with the characters, but I didn’t necessarily like either of them. I eventually liked Jett, but I don’t think I ever completely liked Emory. There was just something about her that I couldn’t warm up to; I even went back and reread trying to see if I had missed something that could change my feelings about her, but I didn’t. I could appreciate her, but I didn’t really like her (if that makes sense).


What I love about Sawyer’s storylines in this series, is the characters might have difficulties in their relationships, but there is little to no angst. The other thing I love is her ability to weave another storyline in and not have the reader lose sight of the primary storyline. She is so good at it that she can do this with multiple storylines.  In this case, it’s Baden, who was paralyzed from the waist down while saving a woman who was being mugged. The other is Riggs, the Vengeance player who is raising his younger sister. While it’s no secret he’s her guardian, the details surrounding how that happened aren't revealed yet. Can’t wait for these storylines! I’m also wondering is there will be some type of storyline for Emory’s sister Jenna, who was severely burned in a fire. Maybe it will be a Baden and Jenna storyline…..hmmmmm. 


JETT is available now:

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Enter the Release Giveaway for a signed copy of JETT and a $100 Amazon Gift Card:



New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author Sawyer Bennett uses real life experience to create relatable stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and both women’s and general fiction, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

A former trial lawyer from North Carolina, when she is not bringing fiction to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to her very adorable daughter, as well as full-time servant to her wonderfully naughty dogs.

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