Three broken brothers.
Torn apart by tragedy and forever bound by traumatic pasts.
Thrust together once again when their paths cross in Seattle.
Brimming with attitude and broken beyond repair, Isaac "Ice" Wolfe has a heart as cold as his nickname, and he likes it that way--until he meets his neighbor Avery Maxwell. When Isaac is warned away from Avery, he sees the writing on the wall. It's Avery or his career. To Isaac, a life without hockey wouldn't be a life worth living. But what about a life without Avery?
Tanner Wolfe is blindsided--by his dysfunctional family, his plummeting career, and the one thing he least expected--by love. After photos with Emma go viral, Tanner is caught in a lie and tells a bigger one to get out of it. Now he’s shoulder-pads deep in a temporary marriage while struggling to resurrect his disastrous career and reunite his broken family.
BOTTOM OF THE NINTH
Zeke Wolfe, the man who’s written off his entire family, rescues a young woman and three children on a stormy Seattle night. Before he knows it, he has an instant family and a fake fiancé he’s certain he doesn’t want.
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This book has warmth and heart and little bit of naughty. It also brings to light battered and abused children and spouses as well
The Wolfe Brothers Trilogy
This boxed set follows three brothers, each professional athletes in three different sports, who find themselves all in Seattle due to trades.
Because of a very dysfunctional family life, and resulting tragedies, they must come to grips with their past, learn to forgive, learn to love and begin to be a real family.
For those who have lived through an abusive family setting, In my opinion these books could trigger some PTSD but, I am not a doctor of any kind, it’s only an opinion.
I found myself getting bored with reading this bundle. All three brothers had to work through the same problems which became boring to me, despite three different stories. I also think that boredom caused me to take issue with finding some typos. I think I would have been very disappointed had I not received a free copy.