Taking A Shot
Brett Silligner is skating on thin ice – metaphorically. While his hockey skills aren’t doubted, his off the ice behavior has landed him at his last chance to play professional hockey with a coach who does not take any nonsense. On his last night before reporting to the rink, he picks up willing participant at a bar for a one night stand. Of course, that night is magical and he now has to find her. Oh, and find her he does – at the rink. Talking to her father. The coach.
Chelsea London has always been “the good girl”, and for just one night she wants to shed that and do something wild. Or someone wild. Either one would work. Unbeknownst to her, she picks up her father’s newest player. Can they overcome her father’s rules to find true love?
Of course they can and they do. The journey to do that is fun, but ultimately this book is forgettable amongst the constant deluge of hockey novels. It’s nothing offensive, and I was engrossed when I was reading it, but it’s been three days since I finished the book and am now sitting down to write the review and I cannot tell you anything about this book off the top of my head. Hockey romance obsessed? Then go for it. Otherwise? You’re good.