Overview

When an old leader is ready to step down Rob Grahame is the only one who knows. How do you take on a responsibility you aren’t sure you are ready for? Rob and his team are both over their heads, in the midst of the play-offs with the core of the team shifting. Will Rob be able to step up and be the leader no one expected him to have to be? Will the hyena follow him?     
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Breakthrough Game

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Overview

When an old leader is ready to step down Rob Grahame is the only one who knows. How do you take on a responsibility you aren’t sure you are ready for? Rob and his team are both over their heads, in the midst of the play-offs with the core of the team shifting. Will Rob be able to step up and be the leader no one expected him to have to be? Will the hyena follow him?     
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013254466
  • Publisher: Books to Go Now
  • Publication date: 11/2/2011
  • Series: The Game , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 343 KB

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  • Posted January 18, 2012

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    Hockey, Hyena, and Change!!

    Ms. Richards continues her series following a matriarchal group of ancient hyena shape shifters who are under the guise of hockey players for the Hampton County Hyena’s. She spins this tale around Robby Grahame, the soon-to-be leader of the pack. This story follows the trials he faces during this time of transition, but he prevails as the leader proving to all that he has what it takes. We also see more of the newest member of the clan who was brought in rather unwillingly in the last story, Rebuilding Year. I look forward to reading more from this series. I have found these stories to be not only enjoyable, but educating, for someone who knew virtually nothing about the game of hockey. If you enjoy hockey and paranormal fiction, you will enjoy this short story.

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  • Posted December 10, 2011

    Just not human!!

    Breakthrough Game by Elizabeth Inglee-Richards twines together the idea of loyalty and leadership. If you like hockey, and throw in a twist of the paranormal this book is for you. Elizabeth delves into the mind of a male hockey player, who also happens to be a werewolf creating a story unlike any other.

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  • Posted November 16, 2011

    Beats the Pants Off Teen Wolf

    Maybe it¿s not (or not just) steroids; maybe your favorite athletes really are superhuman. Or maybe they¿re only part human. Maybe they¿re were-hyena. But that doesn¿t mean sports come easy to them. Take Rob Grahame. His body aches from the poundings a professional hockey player ¿ even a supernatural one ¿ has to endure, and his heart is heavy with the burden of leadership he¿s just assumed as his team¿s new captain. All of which makes ¿Breakthrough Game¿ a surprisingly human story. Definitely worth the read.

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