Scoring at Love (Men of the Ice, #4)

Scoring at Love (Men of the Ice, #4)

by Michele Shriver

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As the starting goaltender for the San Antonio Generals, Becker Lawson tries to fly under the radar, and since most hockey fans are more interested in the players that score, he’s generally allowed that luxury—at least until the Generals’ offseason hockey camps put Beck front and center.

After a difficult divorce, newly single Kendall Myers has every intention of remaining that way—no matter how sexy her son’s new hockey coach might be.

When Beck crosses paths with Kendall, the chemistry is immediately evident, even if she doesn’t want to see it. Can Beck break down her walls and prove that when it comes to love, even goalies can score?
 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152852820
Publisher: SMC Publishing
Publication date: 03/01/2016
Series: Men of the Ice , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 257 KB

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Scoring at Love (Men of the Ice, #4) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Michele Shriver created another fantastic addition to the Men of the Ice Series. Goaltender Becker Lawson helps coach the teams new Young Generals hockey program meeting single mom, Kendall Myers. He tries to convince her to allow her son, Tristan, to play goalie and to give Becker a shot. This contemporary sports romance takes place in San Antonio, Texas during summer and is suitable for adult audiences. Michele Shriver does a great job with her character development. I really like Becker. I love how he is around Kendall’s kids, especially around Ali. He is a great guy and better to the children then their own father. Becker is good for Kendall and her confidence. Kendall is a wonderful mom and person. The two have a lot in common and are good for each other. I appreciated their love of eighties movies. I found Kendall’s ex-husband’s actions interesting. The plot was realistic and well-constructed. They faced real-world issues and showed different ways people deal with it. I like Bryson Crawford from book two was at the camp. I also enjoyed Becker’s hockey lessons with the kids. I appreciated getting updates on some of the players from the previous books. It is nice to know how their lives are progressing as well. The Generals are not only a team but a family. This is a great series for anyone who enjoys sports romances. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.