He’s the playboy she shouldn’t want.
She’s the woman he can’t live without.
Brit has spent her entire professional career trying to prove that she deserves a spot with the guys. So when she meets Stefan, the Gold's captain, she is determinedly not interested in the well-known playboy.
But when management pushes Brit and Stefan together to gain good press for the beleaguered team, Brit finds that her carefully calculated disinterest doesn’t mean anything.
She wants him.
And the more she falls, the more she risks it all.
He’s a bad boy.
She’s the woman who’ll make him leave all that behind.
Name a bad behavior and he’s done it—done it so well that he almost tanked his career as a starting defenseman for the NHL’s San Francisco Gold.
But Mike is attempting to put his past behind him.
That is, until his past quite literally reappears before his eyes.
Sara Jetty is just as amazing as she was a decade before, except this Sara wants nothing to do with him.
But Mike isn’t about to let her push him away.
He’s going to fight for the woman he’s loved for more than ten years.
He was her fantasy.
But having him would get her fired…
Plus, everyone knew that relationships between normal women and gorgeous, talented men were doomed to fail.
Or maybe it was just that Mandy knew that firsthand.
She’d lived that life—always being the one left behind—and wasn’t willing to go there again.
Hockey was Blane’s job, and it was all consuming.
There was no room for her.
But then…Blane told her she was his fantasy, too.
And suddenly, Mandy began to wonder what might happen if all those fantasies became reality.
Empty Net: Never Before Released Novella
Empty. That was her life—
Shannon had been referring to the other half of the duplex she lived in, the half that her best friend and fabulous baker of a business partner, Molly, had moved out of when she’d reunited with the love of her life.
But, if she was being truthful, Shannon’s life was a little empty. She had a steady and growing business, even helping Molly expand their joint venture into the Gold Mine, arena for the San Francisco Gold, but she was bored and well . . . a little empty.
Until Evan moved into the other half of the duplex and tall, dark, and brooding took over her life with the ease of a fire alarm blaring through the quiet, night air.