Sometimes scoring off the ice leads to the greatest rewards.
I've had only one goal in life since I first strapped on a pair of skates—make America's pro hockey league.
I left Denmark. I made it to the top. Now, I'm determined to be the best. No distractions. I eat, sleep, and breathe hockey.
Until my birthday when my teammates convince me to live a little.
But living a little takes on a whole new meaning when less than a year later I'm confronted with a crying baby on my doorstep, drooling on a note that declares he's mine.
Suddenly, I'm a single dad in way over my head.
There is no playbook for situations like this.
Luckily, I have Paisley.
My gorgeous neighbor, my long-time crush, and now—my savior.
She's there any time I need her.
Helping. Guiding. Gazing at me with those green eyes that make me feel capable of this after all.
With her at my side, I'm quickly learning there's more to life than winning a hockey game.
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Fun, safe sports romance!
I love finding books where it goes outside the norm. I think it's great that the hero in Scoring Off the Ice is the one who is the shy, inexperienced partner. It's almost always the heroine that is the inexperienced one and that makes this book unique.
I really liked Mikah. The fact that he was shy and almost innocent like didn't keep him from being a possessive guy with the heroine. I'm glad that not all shy men are portrayed as beta men.
Paisley was a great heroine as well. She wasn't immature and handled conflict well. I liked that she also had no idea who Mikah was. I'm also a fan of single parent stories so I enjoyed that there was a baby involved in Mikah and Paisley's.
Overall, this series has been a safer, sweeter, sports themed series. I've been listening to the audiobooks and really enjoy the narrators. You get dual POV and dual narrators.
I became a Ice Knights fan after book one in this series.
Mikah is the absolute sweetest. He's all the swoon. I loved his quiet intensity and gentle nature. I seriously can't handle how in love with him I am. Paisley is amazing. I loved how she jumped in with both feet to help a stranger and how she completed Mikah and Angelo's new little family.
This whole book made me full of happy sighs. It's light and hopeful. I kind of wanted a little more angst but I still enjoyed this book so much. I can't wait to have more Ice Knights in my life. They might just be my new favorite hockey team!!
Baby Makes Three
Mikah has worked hard all his life trying to make it into the NHL. After years of enduring his father’s constant criticism, Mikah is drafted to the Ice Kings. Mikah eats and sleeps hockey...until his 23rd birthday. Mikah’s teammates encourage him to live a little and party. His one night stand turns into so much more...
Paisley is a grad student living in her uncle’s loft while he’s away. Paisley also has a crush on her hunky neighbor, but she doesn’t even know his name. One evening, Paisley follows a strange noise to the hallway to find an infant crying outside her neighbor’s door. Mikah denies being the father, until he sees the note in the carrier. Mikah has no experience with children, much less babies. So Paisley steps in to assist. Could their budding friendship turn into so much more...
I truly loved how nice and dedicated Mikah was with Angelo. Paisley was sweet, kind, and caring. She didn’t care about Mikah’s fame or money. Mikah’s teammates welcomed Paisley and Angelo into their “family”. They even took Paisley’s side when Mikah pushed her away! They were perfectly matched and an adorable couple with Angelo. I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.