He never saw her coming ...
After almost a year away from hockey, Bastian Durand’s return to the game should be a triumph.
Instead he’s taken down by the Chicago Rebels mascot.
It can’t get worse. Or maybe it can. Because the human inside the Rowdy Rebel costume is none other than Pepper Calhoun.
His friend’s sister.
His coach’s daughter.
And the woman Bastian has wanted for the longest time.
Pepper has always been a magnet for bad luck and now she’s ruined superstar Bast Durand’s big comeback. So that tracks. Everyone, from her father and brother to the fans and press, heck, even the NHL commissioner, hates her.
Everyone but the one guy who should.
Hiding away is the only thing she can think of, except Bast has the same idea. To her utter dismay, he’s determined to protect Pepper from anyone who dares breathe a word against her.
And to convince her that crashing on the ice isn’t all that different from … falling in love.
This is my favorite addition of the Rookie Rebels series. I like when I laugh out loud at something in a book. I had a laugh when reading all of these books but especially in Superstar. I love when a good guy wins!!!! I wish there would have been a bonus chapter with the brothers winning the Stanley Cup and the birth of a baby and a Wedding!!!!
Good, quick romp
It’s ever so nice when the misunderstanding between the hero and heroine is what starts the novel rather than be something to create some tension before the end that is caused by a lack of communication or by an erroneous assumption on the part of one of main characters.
Good but wanted more
As the title says it was still a good book and cute but I wanted more. It was slow to get into the good stuff and it just felt like something was missing to give it the oomph the other books had. I did like that Bast had to work through the good guy persona by pushing out of his normal bubble