Lioness. That’s the first word that comes to mind when I see the brilliant redhead selling cupcakes at the hockey arena.
With the soul of an artist and the spirit of a nomad, Bea Turner is gorgeous, quirky, and refreshing.
She’s also my teammate’s little sister.
As the Tennessee Thunderbolts' Rookie, I should steer clear. I’m here to play hockey and provide much-needed financial security for my family. To do that, I need to avoid distractions.
Bea doesn’t just distract me; she flips my world upside down. One bad joke has me pursuing her. One date and I crave more. Calling her mine? Well, now I’m dreaming of a future.
The life of a hockey player — trades, travel, uncertainty — isn’t for the heart of a creative. Bea desires adventure and possibility, not early morning skates and strict exercise regimens.
When I’m thrust into a situation at odds with Bea’s dream career, I know I can’t hold her back. If we’re meant to be, we’ll make it work. But what if we’re not?
What if my greatest regret is letting my lioness go?
Ticked all my boxes
Another visit to Tennessee and another catch up with the Thunderbolts Hockey team and their partners and this time is rookie Colt Phillips and Bea Turner’s journey. Bea should be off limits as the little sister of his teammate but after becoming friends with the quirky, sassy woman who spends her days selling cupcakes at the stadium he is finding it hard to stay in the friend zone.
I fell hard and fast for Cole and I adored Bea but what I love more than anything with this series is bond the teammates of the Thunderbolts share. This is a entertaining yet emotional read, it’s witty and it’s full of love and passion and I was happy to join Bea and Cole’s sometimes bumpy road to happiness. This couple both have issues that made them stronger and even more loveable as they opened up to each other, family and teammates. A perfect addition to this great series.
This is rookie Cole Phillips and Bea Turner’s story and it was well written and entertaining with characters whose story you cannot help but become invested in. Bea should be off limits t Cole, after all she is one of his teammate’s little sister and yet there is something about the quirky woman that intrigues him.
I really liked Cole, there is something about him that calls to me and I adored Bea, what a wonderful woman she is. Rookie’s Regret was an emotional roller coaster of a read that ticked all the boxes for me.
The camaraderie among the members of the Tennessee Thunderbolts adds an additional layer to the story and is one I found entertaining. There were equal amounts of heat, emotion, romance and witty banter in this book.
I was cheering for them to overcome their miss communication and trust issues, their self doubts an for them to believe that they have found their person, their other half.