Winning it All (Men of the Ice, #3)

Winning it All (Men of the Ice, #3)

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by Michele Shriver
     
 

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Trevor Collison knew success early, then flamed out. His struggles with addiction nearly cost him his hockey career. Now sober, Trev is trying to make the most of his last chance in the NHL, ironically back in the same city where he started his minor league career—and first fell in love.

Danielle Greer is a single mother of a chronically ill child,

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Trevor Collison knew success early, then flamed out. His struggles with addiction nearly cost him his hockey career. Now sober, Trev is trying to make the most of his last chance in the NHL, ironically back in the same city where he started his minor league career—and first fell in love.

Danielle Greer is a single mother of a chronically ill child, working long hours to pay mounting medical bills while still trying to give her daughter as much enjoyment as possible out of a life that may be cut tragically short. One thing Kaylen loves is hockey, so Dani is thrilled when some of the Generals players make a visit to the children’s hospital to cheer up the patients—even when it brings her face to face with a man she never expected to see again.

When Kaylen’s condition takes a turn for the worse, Dani is desperate for help—help that Trev might be able to provide. But will she risk everything by asking?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152317374
Publisher:
SMC Publishing
Publication date:
12/01/2015
Series:
Men of the Ice , #3
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
196,495
File size:
222 KB

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Winning it All (Men of the Ice, #3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Winning it All (Men of the Ice 3) by Michele Shriver NHL player Trevor Collison is back in San Antonio, Texas and runs into his ex and love of his life, Danielle Greer, a now single mom with a sick child. I enjoyed hearing Trevor’s story. His drug addiction nearly cost him his career. He is determined to become a better person and lead a clean life. I like how he handles the situations he faces in this story. He is open-minded and contemplative. I like Danielle. I do not really like the secrete she kept from Trevor, but I understand her thought process. She is an excellent mom and does all she can for her daughter. She is an admiral person with a good heart. I like how the past characters are included in this story. It makes the San Antonio Generals feel like a real team/family. I love that the players and staff support each other. Michele Shriver does a great job creating a moving and believable plot. The characters are well-developed and likeable. The circumstances are realistic and gut wrenching. The conflict had a great resolution. Winning it All is a wonderful addition to the Men of the Ice series. Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.