Pucked Up (The PUCKED Series, #2)

Pucked Up (The PUCKED Series, #2)

by Helena Hunting

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Pucked Up (The PUCKED Series, #2) by Helena Hunting

In a staggering battle of electricity versus every super power imaginable, Mikoto Misaka, the third most powerful Level 5 psychic in Academy City, aka "The Railgun", has managed to hold her own against rogue scientist Kiyama Harumi. But Misaka's luck may have just run out. The Level Upper network has given birth to an "AIM Burst", an entity of immense power with one singular purpose--to absorb every last AIM Dispersion Field in Academy City so that it can grow all-powerful. To achieve this, it has set its sights on its next meal: Academy City's experimental nuclear reactor! Also included: A special two-part prequel exploring how Misaka's friends Kuroko and Uiharu first met. 

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BN ID: 2940152660968
Publisher: Helena Hunting
Publication date: 10/25/2015
Series: PUCKED Series , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 30,316
File size: 756 KB

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Author of the Clipped Wings Series

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Pucked Up: The Pucked Series, Book 2 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to admit, I wasn't really a fan of Buck in Pucked, but this book had me head over heels for Miller! He completely won me over. This was a sexy and funny read, but to me it was a lot more emotional than Pucked. I can not believe I might actually love Miller more than Alex!! Helena Hunting books are definitely a must read!!
Shweetsandi More than 1 year ago
I really am getting into this series by Helena Hunting. I am a huge hockey fan... Add to that a romantic comedy that touches on a topic that is not only part of my own personal life but also my girl's lives... The life of a dyslexic person. Reading Miller's story was like taking a page out of my own life at times it my girl's... Author Helena Hunting was able to write a dyslexic person's struggles in to this story so seamlessly. Sunny and Miller so far might be my favorite couple in this series but then again I am a wee bit biased. It was nice to catch up with Alex and Vi and yes we got introduced to the next couple in this series .... What a fun series this is too.
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
I loved Violet in the first book, Pucked. This second book is told from her step-brother's point of view. We don't get Sunny's point of view, which works best for this story. The sad thing is that I started reading these stories because of my coloring book as well as the fact that the author is going to be at Apollycon this year. I was going to be a volunteer again, but I just can't afford to do it this year. So now I don't get to meet the author, who I'm again, totally blown away by. I loved Miller's story. Although I'll always think of him as a Yeti, thanks to Violet. I really found Miller to be a sweetie. Even the way he took care of his sister was sweet. There were parts that made me laugh, and parts that made me cry. And then, the spider bite, I mean that was hilarious! And even though I'm not a guy, the part describing the needle draining the spider bite made me cringe and even get a bit queasy myself. Love, love, love this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the story...perfect blend of humor and romance...this author continues to write great reads!
Livlovesbooks More than 1 year ago
‘I don’t want to be doomed to a life of bunnies and no substance. They’re not what I want. I want someone consistent. But caring that much about someone gives them a lot of power, and that makes me nervous. Power hurts people.’ ~Miller Minor spoilers alert Thank goodness for long holiday weekends! I loved being able to read Pucked and Pucked Up back-to-back. My expectations were high going into Buck's story. Fortunately, I wasn't disappointed. I loved that his story dealt with several complicated issues like how he coped with his dyslexia, how social media impacted his private life and his sincere attempt to have a serious romantic relationship with Sunny, in addition to his initially under the radar charity work to help enrich the lives of challenged kids. His romance with Sunny was at times refreshingly sweet, but also very challenging and full of sexy goodness. I also really enjoyed Miller and Violet's step-sibling dynamic. Even though Violet teased him constantly about his Yeti-ness, she was Team Miller when it really mattered, often giving him realistic romantic relationship advice. I loved seeing that kind of step-sibling unity. I think I hit a record for an insane amount of highlighted moments and bookmarked pages on this one. There's something extra special about reading a romantic comedy entirely from the male POV. I grinned almost constantly it seemed and laughed so hard at times that my head ached or my eyes leaked tears. There were also sentimental moments that I couldn't help but love as well. It's definitely another new all-time favorite. Up next in this series is Pucked Over (Pucked #3), expected out in January 2016. I'm looking forward to reading how Miller's bestie Randy finally falls and embraces love in his novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait for the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I laughed out loud and was thoroughly entertained throughout this book!
AboutThatStory More than 1 year ago
This was extremely entertaining! Super funny, really hot, bits of angst and drama. Great read! There were so many mishaps and awkwardness and it was awesome! Miller Butterson (Buck) had the best internal dialogue going on. I love that this is all from his POV! He tried hard and he meant well but things happened and hilarity and misadventure issued. I liked him and was rooting for him! He is such a good guy but comes off as not too bright but he's so much more than he seems. Honestly, sometimes I felt sorry for him. He totally grew on me throughout the story. I thought Sunny (Sunshine Waters) was really sweet, she had this naivety to her that was adorable and exasperating all rolled into one. I loved watching everything develop, the fun and the sexy and the inevitable problems and how everything worked out. Some things were out and out crazy but in a that-could-only-happen-to-Miller-I'm-totally-giggling kind of way. Both Miller and Sunny were a great mix of fun and frustrating, I loved them but wanted to smack them sometimes because of their stubbornness. Mixed in with the craziness that had me laughing were some really sweet moments as well. I loved those! And the hot! Lots of hot! It was all pretty fantastic. I really liked seeing more of Vi and Alex, and all the things that happened and tension that was there. It played out really well. I liked getting the snippet of Randy and Lily as well... I'm curious to know if they'll get their own story. So many witty parts! I absolutely enjoyed this! Spiders and exes and poison ivy oh my! For a nice dose of laughter and a lot of heat, Pucked Up is the way to go! Complimentary copy received for honest review.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I will be reading this entire series. Fun and funny.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I liked this raunchy love story gone awry. The main characters aren't run of the mill but remind me of people I know. I love the sympathy for people with learning disabilities and terminal illness. A good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
bigreaderMF More than 1 year ago
This is book 2 of the Pucked series and another book that will have you laughing out loud. Miller Butterson is a professional hockey player, who has a reputation with puck bunnies, until he meets Sunshine "Sunny" Waters, the younger sister of Alex Waters, a teammate of Miller's who just happens to be in a relationship with Miller's sister Violet. Sunny is well aware of Miller's reputation and does not want to be another puck bunny, and Miller wants to show her that he is sincere in his pursuit of her and not looking to add her to his list of conquests. The only problem he continues to have is Sunny seeing the pictures of him printed in the media with puck bunnies. Can Buck prove to her that he can be faithful? Can he prove to her that she is it for him or does she believe what she sees on the internet? You will have to read it to find out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very good read! I enjoyed Miller's character, but was slightly annoyed with Sunny at times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the first book in the series. I did enjoy Miller's character, but Sunny was really annoying!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Read! It was a bit of a rocky start, just a little young in the writing. I then fell in love with Violet and Alex! Violet is just a bit crazy...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book couldn't leave it alone once I started. Love it! !!!!!!!!!!!
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Pucked Up (Pucked #2) by Helena Hunting NHL defenseman Miller “Buck” Butterson has a well-earned reputation as a ladies’ man. He finds the one girl he would finally like to settle down with, Sunshine “Sunny” Waters. He is going to have to convince a lot of people that he has changed in order to win her over among them: Sunny herself; her brother Alex Waters, center/team captain; Violet Hall, Miller’s step-sister/Alex’s girlfriend; and don’t forget the media. I sympathized for poor, Miller; he kept trying so hard and felt like the majority of the time things did not go well for him (i.e. spider bite – omg). Being dyslexic definitely is not in his favor and goes against him on more than one occasion. Yes, sometimes he could have been smarter. His friend Lance is not a good influence. However, I like Miller and he truly does try, and he has a great heart. Being from Chicago, I love that Miller grew up there and currently plays for Chicago. Sunny is not an obvious match for Miller. She is very into holistic living. The long-distance Canadian-Chicago relationship also is not in their favor. I do like Sunny; she is a very sweet person. She lets her friends and family influence her a little too much. For example, I did not approve of her little camping trip. I like that she owns up to her mistakes. I really enjoyed Pucked Up’s plot. There were a lot of interesting things that happened that I would never have expected. The book flows well and reads quickly. Randy, Miller’s best friend, and Lily, Sunny’s best friend, meet in this novel. I am looking forward to their story in the next book: Pucked Over (Pucked #3). Complimentary copy provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun read...love this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hoped that we would get Yeti's story and it didn't disappoint. I fell for him and Sunny in Pucked. Loved seeing characters from the first book. This book is filled with sarcasm, funny situatiins, somewhat childish humor. Its awesome.