Tyler Bowie is the serious and focused goalie for the York Bombers. He has his mind on the game and his eye on the future. And he always plays by the rules--until he meets Jennifer Emory, his teammate's sister. What is it about the troubled woman that tempts him to break the biggest rule of all?
Jennifer Emory is looking to start a new life and finds the distraction she needs in Tyler Bowie, her brother's intensely sexy teammate. But the distraction quickly turns to something else. She knows all about the bro code, but there's just something about Tyler that makes her want to take a chance and risk so much more than her brother's ire.
Will the couple find the strength and courage to put it all on the line when love means playing for keeps?
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This is the 3rd book in the York Bombers series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading this series in order.
Jennifer had to start over. She just needed a new place and new scenery to get over the past. Her brother lets her stay with him. Then she meets his teammate....
Tyler has already got the hots for his friends sister. The code among the team is you don't poach family. He just cannot stop how he feels. She seems to feel something too.
This is such a fast paced story. I like the characters and the heat. Love that it has hockey. This series is just a really great read. I am hoping for another installment.
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
Playing For Keeps is the third book in the York Bombers series. As with the author's other books, the action is hot and steamy, so definitely 18+. While this book is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone. Though some events coincide with events in the first book. There is some violence.
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that info here. This story is about Tyler and Jenny. If you read the previous book, Playing to Win, we first met Jenny in her brother Jason's story. As a hockey fan, I always like the hockey action, but like how this book also highlighted that off the ice the players are real people with family, jobs, and relationship issues just like the rest of us. I look forward to reading more of this series.