He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him.
But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and suspensions.
I work with athletes who are struggling, but Logan’s different. He’s not just going to blow his season, but his entire career. And now he can’t return to the ice until he deals with his issues, but the stubborn man won’t let anyone get close enough to help.
Which is why I packed up and followed him to his family’s property in the remote mountains of Colorado. He can’t avoid me here.
The only problem?
I can’t avoid him either. He’s chopping wood and building fires, rescuing my car from snowy ditches, and inviting me to Sunday dinners with his loud extended family. He’s a whole lot of man, but beneath all those hard edges is an unexpected tenderness.
Tempted or not, I have to stay out of his bed and get him back to the ice . . . no matter how difficult that might be.
This is a sizzling new romance in the Looking to Score series. Each book can be read as a standalone.
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I really enjoyed Logan and Summer. I liked their chemistry, their attraction, and how they were each reluctant (at first) to be involved with one another, although for different reasons.
I liked that this one is a book about a hockey player, but one out of the "world" of hockey and set mostly in Colorado at Logan's family's home. The dynamic added to that by the family, and them being outside of the hockey world made it feel a little different than the normal hockey hero trope.
I also liked the conflict, not only between them but as they figured out a way to not only get along and see things somewhat from the other's point of view, but also as they decided how much they were willing to risk for the relationship to move forward.
Overall, I enjoyed and recommend this title.