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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

The latest Blades hockey romance is a delightful entry

The daughter of the Wild Hart pub owners, Sinead O'Brien is the only female partner at her law firm. Her parents worry about their offspring who is all work and no play as they dub her ethic as "workalholism"; she insists she is dedicated to her clients.

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The daughter of the Wild Hart pub owners, Sinead O'Brien is the only female partner at her law firm. Her parents worry about their offspring who is all work and no play as they dub her ethic as "workalholism"; she insists she is dedicated to her clients.

The New York Blades hire Sinead to defend defenseman Adam Perry who has been charged with a count of assault due to a hit during a game. Her first reaction to her client is that he played hockey without a helmet. She soon realizes he is as dedicated in his field as she is in hers. As an attraction grows between them, she breaks her rule about no dating the clients, but insists they conceal their relationship. Losing sight of his goal the Stanley Cup, Adam wants more than a secret tryst as he wants her skating at his side

The latest Blades hockey romance (see Body Check, Fair Play and Chasing Stanley, etc.) is a delightful entry starring two workaholics falling in love. Adam is the one in this relationship who wants it in the open as he believes they have a future together. However, Sinead hip checks their romance as she prefers to hide what they are doing rather than face a game misconduct for scoring assisted by her client. Sports romance fans will enjoy Deidre Martin's latest run for the Cup.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 27, 2010

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

What is the ordee ? WHAT What is the series order?

I wish bn would list the book order....

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