It must have been all the whiskey. It's the only explanation for why I agreed to marry my best friend after I was left at the altar.
After burning up the sheets with him all night long, I wanted a divorce, but my new husband had other plans. He thinks we have a future together, so I granted him his request of a trial run.
I just didn't think the Hookup King was husband material.
I'm tired of the hookup life, and tired of women who can't handle my grueling hockey schedule. But none of those women were Fiona freaking Gallagher, my one and only love.
I only have a couple months to prove to Fi that this marriage was going to work, and I'm not about to let her go this time. I play to win, and my goal was to make sure she never took off her wedding ring.
The Philadelphia Bulldogs hockey team are back, in this all new-standalone novel. Books can be enjoyed in any order. If you love a steamy friends-to-lovers, marriage of convenience romance, this one is for you.
Too much like the first book
The relationship was more believable, but again the heroine seemed so immature for the age she was supposed to be.
A little too much repeated plot lines from the first book.
An identical, unresolved mother-daughter tension & conflict that is never fully dealt with, same occupations, and the lost wedding ring was just out of nowhere. F-bombs ad nauseum. It’s written as if they’re college students, sooo much revolves around alcohol and partying. I began skipping pages past the sex scenes.