Rule Breaker

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Publisher Description

Meet the men of the New Orleans Bourdons! A brand-new hockey team is in town and their sizzling antics are turning up the heat. The ice won't be the only thing melting in this exciting new series from USA Today Bestselling author Lisa B. Kamps.

Rules were meant to be broken...

My life has been nothing but one crap-tastic cluster after another. Getting traded. Being sent to New Orleans. Enjoying a one-night stand—plus a little more—with Adelaide Landry.

How was I supposed to know the beauty with a body tailormade for sex was the daughter of my new hockey team's owner? The problem is, I'm not sure it would have made a difference if I had known. After all, I'm Nathan Shaw and I earned my reputation for being a rule breaker.

Only this time, I may have gone too far...

Fiction & Literature
May 27
BimHaven Press
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Cheryl SDS ,

Determination is key!

This is book one in the New Orleans Bourdons series and it features Nathan and Addy.  It started out simple and semi-anonymous but got complicated quickly. We all know what happens when you start spending a lot of time with someone. Feelings start to surface. I loved his determination despite the consequences. His coach was pretty awesome too. This is the first book in this series and I can’t wait for more.

viro1963 ,


This was a great book that was full of pages with well developed characters and engaging storyline and plenty of chemistry to keep me entertained.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

lynn71149 ,

The hockey player and the owner’s daughter

Nathan was not known to follow the rules in hockey or life and was known as the rule breaker. He had recently been acquired by the new New Orleans hockey team with a new owner that had his own unique view of the hockey team. Nathan had been involved with Addy, a supposed one night stand, for several weeks and had feelings for her. Addy was similarly attracted but there was no committed relationship, just good time hookups. When Nathan stood her up for a date because of a late practice, Addy was very disappointed but ready to move on. Both felt a sense of loss even though there was no commitment. Neither one realized Nathan was a player on Addy’s father’s team until a team dinner. Addy’s father was vehemently opposed to his daughter in any kind of a relationship with any of his hockey players. Would Nathan and Addy be able to reconnect and realize their true feelings? Would Nathan still be able to play hockey or would the owner force him off the team?

I thoroughly enjoyed this hockey romance. There was not a lot of emphasis on hockey, it was a romance everyone could enjoy reading. I especially liked the epilogue to complete the story.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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