Ashton Campbell balances his time between hockey and his young son, Reed. He can't manage to find anyone good enough to be introduced into his little family, not that he spends a lot of time looking. As soon as he lays eyes on the beautiful, yet annoyed fan, he knows he needs at least one date with her, but he has to convince her to say yes first.
Lexie Allen's life revolves around her daughter, Sadie. She has kept her focus only on her since the death of her husband in Iraq. She never worried about having a personal relationship with another man again. The only luxury she holds onto is her love of hockey, which doesn't include the Utah Bears.
Ashton goes after what he wants and what he wants is Lexie. She, on the other hand, has to realize that sometimes, you have to be a little crazy to earn a happily ever after.
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About the Author
Mary Smith was born in Chicago, Illinois, but currently lives in West Virginia. She is an avid reader, co-founder of Book Nerds Across America, and author of the Ice series, Always Forever, and A Hockey Tutor. She goes nowhere without her cell phone or Kindle. Mary loves anything to do with Chicago Blackhawks, Patrick Sharp, and hockey related!!
Despite their love for different teams and players, Lindsay and Mary write sports romances to vicariously live through their characters and their experiences with these hot hockey players. Together, they have written The Penalty Kill Trilogy and the Oh Captain, My Captain series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have followed this series all the way through. I really love the way Lindsay Paige and Mary Smith write. They do a great job of pulling the reader in from page 1. This book is my least favorite in the series but only because I don't like books with kids in them. It is a total personal preference. Ashton was AWESOME. I even liked the relationship he had with his kid's mom. Lexie was a little bit annoying to me but again I think it was just because of the whole kid thing. Honestly, go read this book. I recommend you reading the whole series. You will not be disappointed.