The goal doesn’t count until it crosses the line.
Captain of the Dartmouth Cobras hockey team, Dominik Mason, believes his team can make a damn good playoff run. He and his men won’t stop fighting until they win the ultimate prize. There’s no doubt when it comes to The Game.
Off the ice, there’s nothing but uncertainty. His life has been in a holding pattern and it’s time to move on. Which might be easier without the lifestyle that has lost its appeal. As much as he loved training subs, he’s tired of giving his all only to go home alone.
Tragedy once brought him closer to Sahara Dionne, the exquisite, yet fragile Ice Girl, but when her abusive-ex darkens her path once again, Dominik can’t help but wonder if his friendship might not be the best thing for her.
But she craves his touch, his dominance, and his possession. Everything he desires is finally within his reach.
All he has to do is take the shot.
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Wow I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of this book from the author. I adore this series and thus one did not disappoint me at all. Although I wasn't expecting some of the events in this book the story was just engrossing. Once I started reading i couldn't stop I had to finish this book before I could go to bed. Been wanting Dominik to get his own story and this one so did him justice
I was a great read. It made me laugh and made me want to get to know the characters better. BUT the end of this story/chapter left me hanging. I wanted more closure.
Oriana's father needs his head examined. He's a hypocrite.
Oriana, Silver and Ford are good siblings, their father should be glad of that and not worry about the other stuff.
I love the way Dominik and Sahara are becoming a family with Heath and his sister and brother. They make a nice family. I'm looking forward to the next story/chapter.