Stone Townsend is the center for the pro-hockey team in Charleston. There are just a few things he’s concerned with: bringing his large family together again, leading his new team to a championship, and doing a lot of scoring–on and off the ice. Which is why it was the worst time to get an injury under new team management and a new coach.
Natalie Novak owns a new sports academy that trains and rehabilitates athletes. She’s also a former prima ballerina and daughter of Charleston’s new hockey coach, though no one knows it. But there was a lot more going on behind her pretty costumes and flawless leaps, including being thrown into the spy world when she was dancing in London. She thought it would be simple enough to leap back out, but her past is about to find her.
All Stone cared about was getting back into skating shape for the tournament. But when the paradox of Natalie gets his attention, he realizes there’s a lot more to her than meets the eye–including someone who wants to kill her. With his heart and career in Natalie’s hands, he vows to protect her with his life.
Excellent Start to the Townsends
I read it about 5 times. Great work again Ms. Brooks hits it out of the park!
For some reason this book did not capture my attention like I thought it might. It was okay but I was looking for more.
Not a Puck Bunny
Wow that was exciting, stone andNatalie were perfect for each other from the start. Stone was a professional hockey player for the Charleston Pirates. He moved Shadow Landing to be closer to his family. His sister Olivia moved there so he and his brothers followed. Natalie was a ballerina, she was being extorted and needed to move her father out of Russia to be safe. Her father was a NHL coach getting him to US was safe. So she thought. People were after Natalie and her life and the people around her were in danger too. Suspenseful and exciting read.