Boston Hawks owner Scott Reland is my father’s biggest rival and the last man who should catch my eye. But when he does, I don’t look away.
We’ve circled each other for years, two outliers in a small club of NHL owners. We know the rules, manage similar pressures, and understand that this lifestyle — hockey over everything — isn’t for everyone.
Which is why I want out.
To prove to my father that I have a future beyond the New York Sharks, I score one for me and open a bakery in Boston, the city that reveres Scott.
It isn’t long until the dynamic and perceptive Hawk pursues me. And I’m entirely unprepared to be swept off my feet, cared for and supported after so many years on my own. Scott easily draws me back into the hockey life I thought I didn’t want.
But can our relationship survive the demands of this industry? Or will I always be keeping score, second to the game that dictates everything?
Love this series ❤️
A big shout out to Gina Azzi for bringing us these fun characters who we love to read!
( Noah & Indy-Easton & Claire-Torsten & Rielle-Austin & Chloe-James & Bella-Panda & Abbi- Declan & Vivi- Eddie (Theo) & Sophia and Scott & Noelle!)
The last book in the Boston Hawks Hockey series is here!
Scott is the owner of the Boston Hawks and after the eight stories before his, he finally gets his shot at love.
Noelle’s father owns the New York Sharks Hockey team and can’t imagine living her father’s dream in place of her own.
Scott and Noelle have a wonderful connection and this story was a great way to end this series.
With every ending, there is a new beginning, Tennessee Thunderbolts here we go!
Perfect age gap
🏒 ARC REVIEW 🏒
Review: 4/5 ⭐️
Steam: 2.5/5 🔥
#thescorekeeper by @gina_azzi is the final book in the #bostonhawkshockeyseries
Scott is the owner of the Boston Hawks. For being in his 40s, he is very accomplished. The one thing he’s noticed since seeing all his players grow into a life of love, he sees what he’s missing. He knows there’s a woman out there for him, but she’s just out of reach. Until she comes to Boston. This is his chance to get his happily ever after. To bring a woman into his team and family dynamic. But will his team take over everything before he has the chance for true happiness?
Noelle is young and determined. She’s trained with the best chefs and has opened her own bakery in NY and it’s thriving. Wanting to spread her wings and see where her business takes her, which is how she ends up in Boston. Having the support of her fathers rival makes her see what she really wants in life. Can her father accept that she doesn’t want to follow in the families footsteps of owning and running a team or is he going to push her away from the life she loves?
As this is the final book in the series, I thought it was the perfect wrap up. Ending with Scott who we have seen through the series tied it all together. I loved seeing some familiar faces and especially what the future holds for some of the guys we’ve come to love. I loved that Noelle had followed her dream, even if she had to push through some hurdles with her dad. I don’t usually like an age gap, but these two worked well. Can’t wait to see what’s next in the hockey world.