There’s a big difference between giving up and letting go…
After her ex trashes her reputation in front of the media and it quickly goes viral, Nicole Lambert vows she'll never get involved with another hockey player. Too bad her job with the Minneapolis Caribou puts her in contact with sexy hockey players on a daily basis, including the newly traded center, Logan Heller.
Logan Heller was pretty happy with his life in California and this trade to the Minneapolis Caribou has turned his life upside down and shaken his confidence. He’s always has this a deep down fear he’ll never live up to his older brothers—their star hockey careers and now with girlfriends and family on the way.
When Logan meets Nicole, there’s immediate attraction between them, although that might have something to do with the fact that he’s standing there completely naked. He’s pretty sure she’s the perfect woman for him and he’s determined to have her. Nicole is equally determined to never date another hockey player. But Logan has a one man advantage...he knows what she really wants.
About the Author
My name is Kelly Jamieson and I write romance. I like to read it, too. I believe in the power of romance stories to portray strong, loving, romantic, sexual relationships that succeed, and to celebrate strength, courage, honour, and love. I believe love, romance and sex teach us about ourselves, about each other and about relationships, and break down barriers and boundaries.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this book. It has great interaction between the characters. The sex scenes are explicit and some references to alternative sex. There's a lot of cursing.
## Pretty good. Could've been so much better if the heroine wasn't such a (b) witch. I love that she was knowledgeable about hockey, loved that she was athletic. I can even appreciate that she loves her sex a little rough, because...well, just because. But how can a guy fall for her when she is just plain mean? And, sufffice it to say....I hate when women make their way through a team. Yuck. The hero Logan, however, was perfection. Humina, humina.