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Make-or-break careers become complicated when these players meet their matches. Talented athletes on the brink of their ultimate goals. Brilliant women with big dreams. With eyes on the prize, will love get in their way or lead them to their happily-ever-afters?
Travel to Palmer City, a quaint former mining town just outside Colorado Springs where love melts the ice.
Ginny Perdita has traded in her figure skating costumes for coaching at her home rink after a tragic accident took her sister and brother-in-law, orphaning her young niece and nephew. Thrown into instant parenthood and now unable to compete, she’s had to bury her Olympic dreams.
Alexei Kriz is starting over after his girlfriend refused to follow him to Colorado Springs to play hockey. Despite that, he’s thrilled to have been picked up for the Palmer City Voltage and plans to throw himself into the game and volunteer work with the Flying Stars, a youth team of special athletes who also call the rink home. There, he runs into Ginny – the one who got away.
It’s been years since Ginny and Alexei first connected back in Sochi. Still frosty that he never called her after the games, Ginny is wary of his intentions and affection for her and the three-year-old twins. Still, she can’t ignore the feelings that pull her to the Czech defenseman.
When they are assigned to work together for the Flying Stars program fundraiser, Ginny’s ice begins to melt as she watches him guide the young players and dote on the twins. Alexei vows to not let her get away forever this time.
When she’s offered a high-level coaching job in New York, can he warm her heart for a second chance at love?
It’s true that hockey players break hearts.
Sometimes, it’s their own.
Taylor Ranford has three immediate goals: have a blast on her birthday cruise with her sister, help Team USA win the international cheerleading title, and earn enough money to put her through grad school. Not part of the plan: her sister getting sick and sending her best friend—and Taylor’s longtime crush—in her place. She can’t face the only guy she’s ever had feelings for treating her like she’s his little sister when she really wants so much more.
After a big blow to his career—and his ego—and with no immediate plans for the next season, Kingston Brewer jumps at the opportunity to go on a last-minute cruise with the bouncy-ponytailed cheerleading coach. Taylor had always been there when he needed her most, and he holds a soft spot for her in his heart. But after a few days on the ship, Kingston begins to see Taylor as more than just his best friend’s little sister.
Just when he thinks they can explore a future together, Kingston gets THE call from his agent. Now he has to make one of the most difficult choices in his personal and professional life. Will he give up the professional chance of a lifetime for a chance with the girl he’s fallen head-over-skates for?
Kami Spencer has no plans for romance…
After my divorce, I made two rules:
1. Never date guys with first names for last names.
2. Never date guys whose jobs require travel.
And definitely don’t marry them.
I’d like to think I learned from my past experiences. But Trask Emerson feels like a mistake I might have to make.
That’s a lesson Kami Spencer won’t forget. Stuck in Palmer City with a big stack of broken dreams, she picks up a serving job to help make ends meet while she finishes her doctorate. Taking care of her daughter, finishing her degree, and moving back to Charleston are Kami’s focus, so why can’t she get a certain hockey player off her mind?
Trask Emerson is at the top of his game. As the Voltage’s alternate captain and leading scorer, he’s sure to move out of the minors sooner than later. Lately, though, he mostly looks forward to celebrating with the team at Brewski’s and getting to know the guarded new server and her little girl. The two have captured his attention, and possibly his heart.
The spark between them is undeniable, even if Kami won’t admit it. But Trask can’t stop thinking about her. When an opportunity for them to help each other arises, is able to persuade her to take a chance? The last thing Kami wants is to lose her heart again, but can Trask prove to her to her that their future is together?
Christmas on Ice is a sweet, second-chance hockey romance and the second standalone book in the Palmer City Voltage hockey romance series.
A NEW Palmer City Voltage Novella!
Love is in the air for Palmer City’s hockey coach when his rookie’s mom moves in next door…
The Voltage’s season is off to a rocky start, and no one feels it more than Coach Zander Conway. With his two star players gone, he has to rebuild the team to defend last year’s championship. Canadian rookie Noel Allaire may be the missing link, but he’s young, inexperienced, and adjusting to being away from home.
Single mom Gemma Allaire’s world centered on raising Noel, her eighteen-year-old son and Voltage hockey prodigy. When Noel embarks on a professional career in the states, she follows him without a second thought. In a new town and a new country, Gemma and Noel need a place to live, but she never expected to find a rental next door to her son’s handsome and charming head coach.
Neither Gemma nor Zander can resist the magnetic attraction pulling them together. Has the time come for them to open their hearts to love? But after a violent collision on the ice threatens what she holds most dear, ghosts from Gemma’s past threaten to destroy their fragile new relationship. Zander is forced to grapple with a decision that could result in losing the woman he can’t live without.
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He messed up big time. And now he’s lost the only woman he’ll ever love.
Goalie Jason Dexter’s very public ultimatum at the team’s New Year’s Eve party was the dumbest thing he’d ever done. The very public break-up that followed supports that fact.
He should never have demanded that his girlfriend, Lauren, drop her career and everything she’s been working for to follow him up to the NHL. Especially not for a team that might send him back to the minors after the season ends.
Instead of celebrating his career achievement of tending goal for a playoff-bound organization, he’s mourning the loss of the love of his life.
When the team makes it to the playoffs, Jason gets his chance to make saves on the ice—but can this heartsick netminder make the biggest save of his life off the ice? He’ll have to use every skill he’s got to convince Lauren he’s sorry, and give her the one thing they both need the most—each other.
It’s game time. If he can win her back, he’ll spend the rest of his life showing her how much he loves her.