New York Admirals goalie Eric never thought his friends-with-benefits arrangement with much-younger Kyle would leave them both wanting more…
Veteran goaltender Eric Bennett has faced down some of the toughest shooters on the ice, but nothing prepared him for his latest challenge—life after hockey. It’s time to make some big changes, starting with finally dating men for the first time.
Graduate student Kyle Swift moved to New York nursing a broken heart. He’d sworn to find someone his own age to crush on (for once). Until he meets a gorgeous, distinguished silver fox hockey player. Despite their intense physical attraction, Kyle has no intention of getting emotionally involved. He’ll teach Eric a few tricks, have some mutually consensual fun, then walk away.
Eric is more than happy to learn anything Kyle brings to the table. And Kyle never expected their friends-with-benefits arrangement to leave him wanting more. Happily-ever-after might be staring them in the face, but it won’t happen if they’re too stubborn to come clean about their feelings.
Everything they both want is within reach… They just have to be brave enough to grab it.
The bar was set so high. I absolutely loved the second book in this series- Heated Rivalry. It hit on all the points. Unfortunately, the others in this series are just not as good in comparison.
It’s about hockey, and the author – a Habs fan- so there’s that- does a great job of bringing the game to the story, and for that reason I will always want to read her books
I liked these guys but didn’t love them. I feel like this is a lot about personal preference, but I just didn’t get the chemical attraction between these two like I did in other books in the series. I thought each character was great, well fleshed out and interesting on their own. However, I didn’t like them together much and I was seriously skimming by the middle of the book wishing they’d just friggin’ get together already!
I know some folks love them some UST but I was over it.
So for me, this was a bit of a miss but still not bad.
(I was picturing Lundquist as Benny the entire story – hubba hubba!)