He trusts his gut, she trusts her numbers, and neither trusts the other, as a billionaire's mission to bring hockey to Seattle clashes with his passion for the woman who holds his heart.
Ethan Parker, a billionaire determined to bring professional hockey to Seattle, will stop at nothing to realize his dream. After putting down a hefty deposit on another city's team, the sale is stalled as the parties involved evaluate their options. In the meantime, Ethan’s investors insist he go undercover during the playoffs to get the inside scoop.
Lauren Schneider, assistant director of player personnel, gets no respect from the team's testosterone-loaded staff. When Ethan bursts onto the scene, full of charm and genuinely interested in her opinions, she shares the team's weaknesses and discovers a weakness of her own—for Ethan. But when his true identity is revealed, and he starts cleaning house based on her input, his betrayal cuts deeply on both a professional and personal level. Bound by an employment contract, Lauren reluctantly moves to Seattle to work for the newly christened Seattle Sockeyes and her sexy, infuriating boss.
Lauren and Ethan must come to terms with their passions—for the team, for hockey, and for each other. Will their situation build a frozen wall between them, or will their love burn hot enough to melt the ice shielding their hearts?
Loved the book, the descriptions, the details regarding hockey and it’s players, the quality of the characters, just everything. Looking forward to another book like it by same author!!
When Ethan decided to buy a hockey team and move it to Seattle his dream was finally coming true. Then the owner put a gag order in place so he goes under cover. Little did he know he would fall in love with Lauren the teams assistant director of players personal . When his secret came out he really had to work not only to win her back but to convince the team moving was for the best.
Skating on thin ice
Great story! So enjoyed it! The writer takes you behind the scenes of hockey where most of us do not get to go.