I was never a girl to drool over the hockey players at our academy—they’re all egotistical jerks. But since my father is the coach of Scotia Storms, everywhere I turn, there’s a player—in more ways than one.
I’m smart enough to know they don’t just avoid me because I’m the coach’s daughter. They avoid me because I’m a nerdy drama student with no game.
With winter break upon us, I plan to escape to Florida, to where no one knows my past. Or that I’m the butt of every hockey player’s joke. It’s true, I overheard the hurtful bet no player had the balls to take.
Not that I’d hand over my pesky V-card to any of them. Nope, I plan to take care of that problem on a beach somewhere.
Until the storm of the century throws a monkey wrench into my plans, and I find myself snowed-in with a smoking hot Southie. I figured he was the perfect guy to help me with my pesky problem—until my stupid heart got involved.
How could I avoid it when he was sweet and kind, and so different from the guys at the academy?
I begin to dream about our future, until the storm breaks and I realize he’s everything I never wanted and I’m everything that can destroy his future.
I really enjoyed this first installment of the new Scotia Storm series. While I’m a big hockey and hockey romance fan, I tend to stay away from stories than feature college age MCs. And while Chase and Sawyer fall into this category, their connection really grabbed my interest.
A snowstorm might not scream meet-cute, but it’s where Chase finds Sawyer stranded after a spin out. Soon, they start to fall for each other, but both are keeping secrets. Their connection is closer than either realizes.
Chase and Sawyer have both sizzling hot chemistry as well as a sweet build up to some fast but serious feelings. It’s not hard to like and root for them as a couple and individuals. Ms. Fox has a hit series on her hands if every pairing was as electric as this one was. I’ll be reading the next book for sure.