Body Check [NOOK Book]

Overview

This game's going into overtime.



Janna MacNeil is a publicist on a mission—to change the image of the bad boys of hockey: the Stanley Cup Champion New York Blades.



Ty Gallagher is a captain on a mission—to get his team to win the Cup again…at any cost. His determination is legendary, as well as his unwillingness to toe the corporate line.



When the persistent ...

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Overview

This game's going into overtime.



Janna MacNeil is a publicist on a mission—to change the image of the bad boys of hockey: the Stanley Cup Champion New York Blades.



Ty Gallagher is a captain on a mission—to get his team to win the Cup again…at any cost. His determination is legendary, as well as his unwillingness to toe the corporate line.



When the persistent publicist and the stubborn captain butt heads, it's hard enough to crack the ice. But they may end up melting it instead…


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Deirdre Martin, a hot newcomer with a talent for mixing sports and sexy romance, is sure to win over a legion of contemporary romance readers with her hard-hitting hockey heroes. Public relations specialist Janna McNeil may not be an ice hockey expert, but she's a real pro when it comes to image improvement. That's why her new bosses at Kidco are paying her big bucks to get the bad boys on the hockey team they just bought -- the defending Stanley Cup champion New York Blades -- to clean up their act. But even a PR piranha like Janna won't find it easy to put a good spin on a team that prefers strip clubs to charity balls. Bossing around a locker room full of powerful, hunky guys may sound like a dream job, but persuading them to go along with plans that match Kidco's family-friendly image is a publicist's nightmare. Handsome team captain Ty Gallagher's leadership skills are phenomenal, and he lives and breathes winning. Unfortunately, the talent for evasion that means success on the ice makes him the slipperiest of them all when it comes to Kidco's off-ice plans. Janna's persistence drives him wild and soon kindles desire that hits both Ty and Janna like a full body check. But can the lovely all-pro publicist come up with a winning game plan for the future? Sue Stone
Romantic Times
Oil and water have nothing on these two, as Janna and Ty dance around their emotions.... A great new find!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101041888
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 2/25/2003
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 47,935
  • File size: 354 KB

Meet the Author


Deirdre Martin has written scripts for the daytime drama One Life to Live. She lives with her husband and her dog, Molly, in Ithaca, New York.
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Chapter 01

Not many women could boast bossing around a locker room full of buff, naked jocks as part of their job description, but then again, there weren't many women with a job like Janna MacNeil's.

A publicist specializing in retooling clients' images as well as damage control, Janna had been hired by Kidco Corporation to help transform the reputation of the New York Blades, the NHL's Manhattan-based hockey franchise. To put it politely, the guys on the team were renowned for playing hard both on and off the ice. Never had this been more obvious than last season, after winning the Stanley Cup for the first time in twenty years. Everyone knows boys will be boys, but these boys brought the Cup to a number of strip joints around Manhattan, where they enjoyed the rare and singular pleasure of watching ladies with pasties and very little else "perform" with what many considered the Holy Grail of sports. Worse, rumors abounded that a photo existed of a group of players gathered around the Cup with plastic straws up their noses, heads reverently bowed to snort up a small mountain of cocaine. No wonder Janna's crusty new boss, Lou "the Bull" Capesi, guzzled Mylanta like it was spring water. The team was a PR nightmare.

Janna was being paid big bucks to change all that.

Edging her way through the boisterous cluster of beat writers hovering in the brightly lit, concrete hallway near the locker room door, Janna steeled herself, knowing what awaited her on the other side: naked, sweaty, male bodies. Lots of them. Big, muscled men laughing and joking with each other, flicking towels at each other's butts. Men sauntering off to the shower. Men stretching, massaging their battle-weary bones. She'd met these men-all but their captain, Ty Gallagher, who was a day late to training camp-in these very circumstances yesterday. Lou had introduced her around, and not one of them seemed fazed about parading buck naked or half undressed in front of a petite female publicist. Janna, on the other hand, had had to work hard to avoid the irresistible urge to stare, slack jawed and salivating, at the well-sculpted physiques of these guys. She made doubly sure she kept her eyes north of the equator, too.

Once inside the locker room, the same scene she'd been initiated into yesterday greeted her. Some of the players lounged on the long wooden benches in front of their lockers, chatting, half dressed. Others stood at a large, rectangular table at the far end of the room, gulping down mammoth-sized glasses of Gatorade they'd poured from huge jugs. A few acknowledged her with nods; some, she thought, deliberately looked away. A boom box blasted music. The Who? Pearl Jam? She couldn't tell. The atmosphere was exuberant, almost adolescent in its giddiness. Though it was September, still pre-season, the Blades were clearly psyched about making another run for the Stanley Cup in the year ahead. She took a deep breath, trying hard to ignore the pungent odor of male sweat that was inescapable, and made for the bench closest to the center of the room, climbing up on it. Then, with all the power she could muster, she stuck her fingers in her mouth and whistled. The room fell silent as all eyes trained on her.

"Listen up, guys: Now that I have your attention, I need your help." She looked around the room, carefully making eye contact with each and every player. "As you know, the Blades organization was recently purchased by Kidco Corporation, which prides itself on providing family entertainment." Boos and amused chuckles filled the room. "Kidco wants the Blades to be winners both on and off the ice, meaning they'd like each of you to give a little something back to the community you play in." She held the papers aloft in her hand. "This is a schedule of charity events going on all over the city over the course of the next year. I've highlighted those that don't conflict with your playing and travel schedule. I'd like each of you to sign up for at least three."

"And if we don't?" a rogue Canadian voice challenged.

"If you don't, then I kick your butt, and believe me, I can do it. I might be small, but I'm wiry." The players laughed appreciatively, and Janna relaxed somewhat. None of them could tell, but beneath her tailored suit she was a bundle of stomach-churning nerves, something she was a pro at covering up after years of practice.

"Speaking of butt-kicking, I just want to remind you that no one is to talk to the press without clearance from the PR office, understand? I don't care if some reporter stops you outside Zabar's and asks if that's where you shop for groceries. Everything-everything-has to go through me or Lou. Not only that, but if God forbid you do find yourself saying or doing something stupid, you're to call me immediately. That's why I gave all of you my cell phone number yesterday. I expect you to use it, day or night, if you have a question about something or if an emergency arises. Now, back to the business at hand." She flashed them a quick, determined look. "Signing up for three events now will save you the aggravation of me following you around and nagging you to death for the rest of the season-which I'm paid very handsomely to do." More laughter. "So whaddaya say?"

She didn't expect them to come forward in droves, but she was hoping a few might be willing to get the ball rolling. Instead, a stubborn silence filled the room. One second passed. Two, three. Janna's heart began beating just a little bit faster, her palms moistening. She took another deep breath, steadying herself. You can do this, she repeated in her mind. As the silence dragged on, she wondered if this was how comedians felt when they "died" on stage.

"Come on, guys, don't make this any harder than it needs to be," she coaxed. "Either you sign up, or I start putting your names down at random. The choice is yours."

She watched as their collective gaze suddenly shifted from studying her to something on her left that was apparently fascinating. She looked. There stood Captain Ty Gallagher, a white towel knotted at his waist, his rock-solid body still glistening with damp from the shower. His blond hair was slicked back, and his deep-set, brown eyes were hard and unwelcoming. Feeling Lilliputian, despite still standing on the bench, Janna struggled not to let herself become overwhelmed by the nausea gathering force and momentum inside her. She smiled at him politely.

"Captain Gallagher?"

"The one and only." The voice was polite but guarded, giving away nothing. Janna gingerly climbed down from the bench and extended her hand to him. Gallagher took it, briefly, for a very firm shake. Her hand grasped in his looked doll-sized; the thought flashed through her mind that with one quick squeeze he could easily ground her bones to powder if he wanted to. Which, thankfully, he didn't. Yet.

"I'm Janna MacNeil."

"I know who you are." He folded his strong arms across his chest and continued staring at her, challenging, expectant.

"I was just telling your teammates that as part of our effort to improve community relations, Kidco Corporation would like it if every player signed up for at least three charity events. Maybe you could lead the way and sign up first."

"No."

Janna blinked. "But-"

"No." He strode toward his locker and began dressing. She'd heard from Lou that he was an arrogant, uncooperative bastard. Here was her proof. Determined to play his dismissal down, she turned back to the players.

"Moving right along," she continued smoothly, "is there anyone who would care to sign up?"

"I'll sign up," a voice called out from the back.

Relieved, Janna stood on tiptoes and peered over the sea of heads to see who had spoken. It was brawny, curly-haired Kevin Gill, one of the team's assistant captains. Janna had met him yesterday and had been utterly charmed by how articulate he was. Truth be told, she hadn't been anticipating too much in the brains department when it came to dealing with these guys. They were hockey players, after all. They made a living chasing a little rubber biscuit around an ice rink. How smart could they be?

Kevin came forward, took Janna's list from her, and after skimming it, signed his initials next to three events. "Who's next?" he asked. Janna noticed that he shot Ty Gallagher an annoyed glance, which the captain responded to with an indifferent shrug. When no one moved, Kevin sighed.

"I tried," he said to Janna, heading off in the direction of the shower. Clearly, the guys on the team took their cues from their beloved leader. If the great Ty Gallagher didn't think signing up for charity events was worth it, neither did they. God help me, Janna thought. It was going to take a lot more work to polish these guys up than she'd anticipated. Especially if she had to work through Captain Gallagher to do it.

"Well," Janna called out to no one in particular, "if you don't sign up today, I'll be here tomorrow, and the day after that, and the day after that, until you do sign. I'm not going anywhere, guys."

Her threat hanging in the air, she found herself approached by the Russian prodigy, Alexei Lubov, which surprised her. Lou had warned her that many of the foreign players were hesitant about doing PR, because they were unsure about their command of English. They had great trepidation about involving themselves in anything that might embarrass them. Lubov was obviously an exception to the rule.

"Hello," he said carefully in a heavy accent, his innocent baby face serious. "I am Alexei Lubov. You will call me Lex."

Lex? Janna thought, biting her lip. Lex Lubov? Who was he, one of Superman's archenemies?

"Hello, Lex," Janna said cordially. "Nice to meet you."

He gestured at her sign-up sheet. "I wish to sign."

"Do you have any idea what kind of events you prefer to be involved with?"

"Girls," he declared, his baby blue eyes lighting up. "Something with many, many girls."

Janna laughed. "There are usually women at all of them. Do you want to participate in a golf outing? A black tie dinner?"

"Yes, dinner." He leaned closer to her, as if he were about to impart a secret. "You will be there, yes?"

"Yes."

"You would like to go out with me?"

It took Janna a moment to realize that what he had meant to say was, "Would you like to go out with me?" At least, she hoped that's what he meant. She patted his arm. "Maybe some other time. But for now, I have work to do."

"Yes, all right," he said somewhat impatiently, and walked off. He was adorably cute. And God knows Kidco was confident he was destined for stardom. But he seemed a bit...boyish. Definitely not her type. And his name! Lex Lubov! She couldn't wait to tell her roommate Theresa that one.

Things began to wind down, and the locker room started emptying out, players departing in groups of two and three. Out of the corner of her eye, Janna caught sight of Ty Gallagher, now dressed, swinging his gym bag onto his shoulder. He donned sunglasses and was about to leave when Janna approached him.

"May I speak with you a minute?"

Lowering his sunglasses ever so slightly, Ty peered down at her with an irritated gaze. "What's on your mind?"

"Well, it's this. Since you're the team's captain, I'll be honest with you. I've been hired to help make over the team's image."

"We don't need a makeover."

"That's debatable. Kidco Corporation, which now owns the team, as you know, was less than pleased with how you guys behaved when you won the Cup last year."

Ty suppressed a smirk. "We shared the Cup with the city. What's wrong with that?"

"You brought it to strip clubs." Janna saw immediately that she'd hit a nerve-the wrong one. The chiseled features of his handsome face stiffened, and she got the distinct impression that he was struggling to keep his infamous temper in check, a temper that once supposedly drove him to threaten to push a player off a moving bus if the guy didn't improve his game. She waited, held deep in the prolonged freeze of what was now, unmistakably, a glare.

"Let me explain something to you, Miss MacNeil." His voice was a low rumble, carefully controlled. "Last year, my guys busted their asses out there on the ice night after night, and for one reason: they wanted to win the Cup. When they did win, it was their right to do whatever the hell they wanted with it, whether it was take it to a strip club or let their dog eat Alpo from it. You understand?"

"How about snorting cocaine from it?" Janna asked sharply. "Were they free to do that?"

"That story is bull, and you know it."

"I don't know it, and neither does Kidco. Ultimately, it really doesn't matter if it's true or not. What matters is that a rumor like that hurts the team's image. It's unacceptable."

"And so your job is to-what? Turn us into choirboys?"

"Kidco doesn't expect the players to go home at night and bake cookies, no. But they do expect all of you to give a few hours to do some good old-fashioned PR to help offset the party animal image dogging the team."

"No offense, but none of the guys on this team, especially me, owe Kidco anything."

Janna chuckled, almost a snort. "Oh, really? Who do you think signs your checks now? Who do you think pays that mega salary that makes it possible for you to squire models around? Kidco owns the Blades, which means they own you, whether you like or not."

Now it was Ty's turn to laugh, and it was a contemptuous one. "If it wasn't for me, all those soft boys in their suits wouldn't know who the hell the New York Blades were. The only reason they bought the team was because we won the Cup, and the only reason we won the Cup is because I was brought to New York specifically to turn this club back into a winning franchise, which I did. So don't tell me I owe them. I already did my part for the suits upstairs."

Momentarily stunned into silence by his colossal ego, Janna merely blinked in reply. She stared up into his rugged face, which bore small, telltale marks of how he made his living-a tiny scar beneath the chin, another across the bridge of his nose-and then shook her head incredulously. "You don't get it, do you? Kidco Corporation has very deep pockets, captain. Their money could buy the best talent out there come trade time. But there's no way they're going to shell out to build a team that embarrasses them off of the ice. My suggestion to you is that if you want to keep winning Stanley Cups, you'd be wise to play it their way."

The icy glare returned. "Are you threatening me?"

"I'm giving you the lay of the land. Your teammates clearly respect you, to the point of asking 'How high?' if you ask them to jump. You do PR, and the rest of the guys will follow suit. I don't think it's too much to ask."

"Yeah? Well, I do." He pushed his sunglasses back up so his eyes were once again obscured. "Do me a favor, will you? Tell Kidco to take their 'involvement in the community' and shove it. If I feel like doing a good deed, I will. But in the meantime, my humanitarianism isn't a commodity. You got that?"

"Got it," Janna replied tersely. Against her will, the nausea she'd been keeping at bay began bubbling in the back of her throat.

"Good. Enjoy the rest of your day."

"You, too," Janna returned through gritted teeth as he strode past her. She waited until she couldn't hear his footsteps echoing anymore through the empty concrete hallway. Then, gathering up her papers, she hustled briskly out of the locker room and slammed through the door of the nearest ladies room. Quite unceremoniously, and with a force that frightened her, she threw up her breakfast.

—from Body Check by Deirdre Martin, Copyright © 2003 by Deirdre Martin, published by Jove, a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc., all rights reserved, reprinted with permission from the publisher."

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  • Posted April 3, 2010

    Body Check!

    What a great new author! This is the first Deidre Martin book I have read, and I was pleasantly surprised....actually thrilled! I love Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Rachel Gibson, Susan Donovan, Lisa Kleyas and many more. But, I've read everything they've written and was desperately searching for a new author, and I'm so glad I decided to try this author. The writing was smooth and polished, the characters fleshed out nicely and the plot believable. The thing I liked most about this book/author is the same thing I love about the above mentioned authors...the focus remained on the lead characters!!!!! I wasn't overwhelmed with drivel I couldn't care less about like thirty different second lead characters, endless description and history that takes the focus from the main plot, nor did Ms. Martin makes us wait through half the book before the action between the leads began. Bravo Deidre Martin! You've just won yourself a newly devoted reader.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2009

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    Great Book for hockey lovers!

    I am a hockey lover and I loved this book. I loved the characters and the plot. This is still a good book even if you don't know about hockey. Overall a very good book and I couldnt put it down!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 25, 2008

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    amazin'!!!!!

    omg i LOVE D.M!<BR/>this is one of her best :)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2008

    Wow

    This was my first book by Martin, but it was certainly not my last! I'm so glad I randomly found this book, what a treat it was!! The two main characters are great and I loved it how they weren't perfect. Ty does not do romance during hockey season and said some hurtful things to Janna when they 'broke up,' and Janna had things she had to figure out about owning a PR company, but that made them human. And, Ty definitely encompasses many things that a hero is expected to have and Janna is no doubt a great heroine as well. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about their obstacles and while I felt Ty got off a little too easy with Janna at the end, I simply adored this book. Pick this book up, Janna and Ty are great together!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2007

    5 Thumbs Up!

    I cannot say too many good things about this book. It was simply awsome! Loved the love/hate between the main characters! Superb! Wonderful! Amazing! Ms. Martin's best to date! A must read!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2003

    Great Book

    All I have to say is LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2003

    Must read!

    This book was so addictive. Couldn't put it down once I started reading it. Ty is so charming. Janna is smart and witty. Love the two!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2003

    This author has possibly tapped into a new gentre of romance.

    Janna MacNeil proved that she could pull off miracles as the publicist for a soap opera. Now, after a charity with family values buys a rowdy, skirt chasing, possibly illegal drug taking hockey team and wants to revamp their image, she has the challenge of a lifetime. The team captain, Ty Gallagher makes it no easier when he butts heads with her at every opportunity. He refuses to sign up for charity publicity ops, and just downright gets under her skin. When he does appear at a charity function, it is with a bimbo, who happens to be Janna's baby sister. ........... After this encounter, the two find that they value each other's opinion of them even more than they want to admit, and suddenly, the bridge between them is crossed. The inevitable happens, but that does not make life easier between them. It gets even worse when Janna's best friend is nearly raped by a teammate. Sides have to be drawn and chosen, and major life decisions have to be confronted. Love falls off the priority list. Or does it? .............. ***** When I told my best friend that there was a hockey romance coming out I wanted to review for her sake, her first response was "How can you have a hockey romance?" Maybe it was a challenge to write, but whatever, it was well done. The characters are all engaging, and the romance and humor make every page well worthwhile. However, don't make the mistake of thinking it's a lightweight humorous read; the laughter is well balanced by a serious story line and true to life characters. The only thing missing would be a wedding on ice. Ty alone is enough to convince even a non sports lover to go to a hockey game! With gratitude, the reader will find that this is only the beginning of a series, so there is more on the way! *****

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2012

    Turned me into a hockey fan!

    I usually stay away from contemp. novels but this one caught my attention. This was a fun read full of banter, sexual tension and great secondary characters. Careful, Martin will hook you into the whole hockey "family" and before you know it you will have read all her other works...like I did!

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  • Posted June 27, 2012

    WOW!

    Ty was HOT HOT HOT!!! lol I really enjoyed this book. It kept me captivated to the very end. I only wish it had been a little bit longer with more intimate moments between the two characters. But I will be reading more of her novels in the future. PLUS HOCKEY ROCKS!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2012

    Great story

    I just loved this book couldnt put it down. Already purchased the next one in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    best book ever!!!!!

    this was one of the best books I've ever read, it has so many twists in its plot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2012

    Excellent

    Wow

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  • Posted June 13, 2011

    Love this Series - Check it out!!!

    I had been reading a lot of serious romance novels and was looking to switch things up a little bit, this book was perfect! Since reading this book I have gone on to read 3 more books in the series. I found that there is just the right amount of comedy and romance in her books. Very enjoyable!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2005

    Body Check This!

    This book was such a disappointment. I thought that it would be a nice and funny read but instead I was practically bored to tears with plot and characters. Save yourself a few dollars and buy another book.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2004

    AWSOME BOOK

    This was such a great book!! I could not put it down. It was light and alot of fun to read!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2004

    Really Really Lame !!!

    I was not a fan of this book or this writer. This was the second and last book by this daffy writer that I will ever read! She has little or no talent for this genre. Think I'll go back to the pros like Philips, Ross, Collins and Babb, just to name a few.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2004

    WOW!!!

    This is one of those books you read over and over and you always find something new!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2003

    Soooooooooo Goood

    I Love This Book So Much!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2003

    Terrific read!!

    I couldn't put the book down.Fun and sexy characters that kept me interested to the very end.I'll be keeping an eye out for her next book Fair Play.

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