In the next Chinooks Hockey series by New York Times bestseller Rachel Gibson, it won’t be business as usual with wild-child Faith Duffy in charge.
Faith Duffy had a very good life as the wife of a very rich, very old man. So you’d think she’d have an ever better life as a very rich widow. But her so-called friends now want nothing to do with her and she’s about to fall back into the world she hated—the world of nobodies. And the icing on top? Apparently she’s now the proud owner of a hockey team. But Faith is a fighter and if it’s hockey they want, it’s hockey she’ll give them.
What does Faith know about hockey? That’s the question on everyone’s minds, especially that of Ty Savage, team captain. All he wants is his championship, and there’s no way he’s going to let Faith screw that up.
Between juggling the line-up and fighting off their attraction, one thing’s for certain: this is going to be a season to remember.
Bestseller Gibson's thoughtful stand-alone romance immerses the reader in the world of professional hockey and the hearts of two compelling characters. Ty Savage, newly signed player with the Seattle Chinooks, is devastated by the death of the team's elderly owner, Virgil Duffy. Duffy's young widow, Faith, an ex-stripper trophy wife who knows nothing about hockey, will now be the team's owner, much to everyone's dismay. Though Ty and Faith's initial mutual dislike quickly evolves into an all-consuming passion, they soon discover that their attraction goes much further than sexual heat. Magnificently breaking with stereotype, Ty is a tenderhearted man who wants a lifelong relationship, while Faith is emotionally strong, intelligent and caring. With humor and eloquent prose, Gibson (Not Another Bad Date) brings substance and depth to this loving, modern romance.
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I loved Ty!