Hockey’s resident bad boy is hell on skates. But when he falls in love, he falls hard.
“Tracy Goodwin is an author to watch.”—Kelly Jamieson, USA Today bestselling author of the Aces Hockey series
Nick: As one of the New York Nighthawks, I’ve got it all: fame, success, wealth, plus I’m handsome as hell.
As for my relationships? They could be better.
I know how to do one-night stands, but I’m starting to crave something more.
Then I meet Camille Benetti.
She’s sexy, smart, sarcastic—totally my kind of girl.
The only problem? Cami doesn’t date hockey players.
But she’s never met me. . . .
Cami: Nick George is impossible to resist. Not only is he scorching hot, he’s kind, he’s funny, and he wants me bad.
But I learned my lesson the hard way: no jocks.
So why do I agree to be Nick’s date to the wedding of the year?
One night . . . that’s our deal.
He is the best man, after all.
But Nick is crystal clear about his intentions. He wants a relationship.
And he’s tempting me to break all my rules. . . .
Tracy Goodwin’s seductive New York Nighthawks novels can be read together or separately:
ICE HOT • ICE HARD
This ebook includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
Great, Fast Read!
This was a really great, fast weekend read. I felt that both main characters meshed well together. They were both independent and Cami was slightly stubborn, but she had good reason. I felt that the ‘names’ for the Nighthawk players were a little overdone. At first it was just confusing but then towards the end it got less confusing. Other than that, I’d recommend this book and I’m looking forward to reading more from this author. I was offered an advanced reader copy in exchange for my honest review.
Heat off the ice!
My name is Nick George and I’m a hockey player for the New York Nighthawks. Women tell me I’m a catch and I could have a different one in my bed every night, but I’ve gotten tired of the puck bunnies and the meaningless sex. When I meet Camille Benetti, she’s totally different than the girls I meet. First of all she’s not interested in dating hockey players and won’t give me the time of day. But I am tenacious and I will prove to her that I’m different.
One thing Camille can say about Nick, he is persistent. No matter what I say, he doesn’t give up on me. Then he asks me for a favor. His best friend and fellow hockey teammate is getting married and he wants me to go as his date. What Nick doesn’t know is that I was hurt by a hockey player that I was in love with years ago, which is the reason of my rule not to date them. Now that I’ve agreed to go as Nick’s date, I know it will be harder to say no to him. Can I trust another hockey player again?
I received a copy of this arc in exchange for an honest review.