Posey Adler is coming home. After a devastating journey for what she mistakenly thought was true love, she is saying to hell with men and love forever. As the Nashville Assassins’s new assistant coach for special teams, Posey is ready to focus on her job and have the attention on her for a change. She’s been haunted by her place in her sister’s shadow, but this is her chance to shine and force her family to take notice. But in order to make a name for herself, she’s going to have to go toe-to-toe with her team’s leading power play scorer.
Boon Hoenes lives for special teams. The power play is his favorite thing about the game. He loves having that advantage over his opponent. And most of the time, it’s his quick thinking that sends the puck to the back of the goal when he’s on the ice. Off the ice, however, no amount of quick thinking prepared his heart for being dumped by his college sweetheart. Boon has sworn off women, but when Posey Adler comes onto his ice—and kicks him off his beloved power play—he decides she’s one woman he doesn’t want to swear off.
They’ve both been hurt, but instead of going in for the penalty kill, Boon is ready to convince Posey their hearts are the secret to how they’ll win.
How they’ll score the ultimate goal.
A forever kind of love.
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HOLY F***!!! I wish I could read this one over like I never had... this one is AMAZING I laughed so hard I cried... then I cried.... sooo good thank u Toni 😊
Can’t get enough of the Assasins team and their families!
Can’t get enough of the Assasins team and their families! After reading the books for all the parents, I am definitely way more invested in the books for the next generation than most. This book follows Posey and Boon, and how they are recovering from their past failed relationships through each other. After a disaster of an attempt of putting herself out there, Posey has returned home with her tail between her legs and has assumed a position with the Assasins and starting her professional career. Still jaded from his fiancé’s betrayal, Boon is very anti-woman until he meets Posey and can’t explain the feelings he has for her. As they continue to get to know each other and then start a secret relationship, this book really focuses on the growth between this couple in their relationship, with some surprises along the way. I loved that this author gave us a character that has real-life struggles and issues regarding self-esteem and confidence, because it definitely hit home. I can’t wait for the next installment and next generation!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Better and better!
Another author that I’m glad that I found, especially her hockey series. Each book gets better and better. I loved Posey and Boon! I’m glad that they found each other and were able to get over their hang ups (mostly) and gave their relationship a chance. I liked how they second guessed each other and their motives, just like we all do. They showed each other by their actions of the love they shared but were also able to have disagreements without diminishing their love. Poor Shea, what can I say? It’s a good thing that he doesn’t have anymore daughters! There were tears and laughs, what more could you ask for in a book?