No-fraternization policies were made to be broken.
—Evan Kazmeirowicz, VEGAS CRUSH
This may sound reasonable coming from the star winger for the VEGAS CRUSH the day he lays eyes on the new social media manager for the team, but for Holly Laurent it's a whole different story. Dating a "player" is a risky business, especially if she wants to keep the job she just landed with the hottest team in the NHL.
Holly loves her independence and her career. She's doing just fine on her own, thank you very much. Allowing her head to be turned by a hot hockey player and putting her job at risk?
Not. Happening. Ever.
Not even if he looks like a god. Not even if he possesses enough charm to tempt the panties from a nun. Not even if she has to cross her fingers behind her back every time she tells him she's not interested.
Policies exist for a reason. Rules are not meant to be broken and sexy players are not to be trusted. Right?
*Pucks fly when a Ukrainian hockey god tries to shoot around the "No-Fraternization" policy with the new Social Media Manager for the team. Twitter is about to explode!
**CRUSHED can be read as a complete standalone sports romance. Each book in the Vegas Crush series is about a different couple.