Minor league player Stone Dumelin lost his younger brother when the Titans’ team plane went down. He never expected the phone call that followed.
After a shoulder injury put my NHL career on ice, I resigned myself to the fact I’d never see my way out of the minor league again. As my career faded, my estranged brother’s star shot into orbit as the first line left winger for the Pittsburgh Titans. But when the team’s plane crashed returning home one night, his light was snuffed out, and I was given the opportunity of a lifetime.
Now I’m in Pittsburgh, playing for the Titans, and face-to-face with my dead brother’s ghost at every turn. His locker, his legacy, his persistent and annoyingly gorgeous attorney who won’t stop contacting me about his estate, even though I’ve demanded she leave me alone.
Harlow Alston would be extremely appealing if she wasn’t so aggravating. Only…that’s a complete lie. She pushes all the right buttons for me, and as much as I want her to quit pestering me about Brooks’s estate, I find myself intrigued by the fiery redhead who can’t take no for an answer. And the more I learn about Harlow, the more I find she might be the key to understanding who Brooks really was, and who I want to be.
I’ve got a second shot at a career I thought I’d lost and the opportunity to build something real with Harlow, but can I find strength to move forward or will my past dictate my future?
Couldn’t put it down!
Stone Dumelin is finally getting another chance at the big leagues but this chance has come with a rather high cost, the loss of his brother. A definite page turner! A heartfelt emotionally charged read sure to pull at the heartstrings with just the right amount sexiness and charm. Stone and Harlow are my new favorite couple!
Stone (Pittsburgh Titans #2) was a great read by Sawyer Bennett. Stone Dumelin is a minor league hockey player, who's brother was killed when the Titans' team plane crashed. His NHL career was iced after he sustained a shoulder injury. After his brother's death, he was give the opportunity of a lifetime. He is now in Pittsburgh, and playing for the Titans. He finds his brothers attorney annoying him while constantly contacting him about his estate. He finds himself attracted to Harlow Alston, but she is also aggravating him. The more he learns about her, the more he finds out that she may just be the key to understanding who his brother really was. I absolutely loved reading Stone and Harlow's story, and can't wait to read more by the author.
I loved this book,