As captain of the Dallas Oilers, I was their leader on and off the ice. From the outside, it looked like I had the perfect life.
I was married to a woman who refused to give me a divorce. All she wanted was the status title, and all I wanted was to be set free.
It was supposed to be just another event, except it took a turn I didn’t see coming.
Attending my best friend’s bachelorette party isn’t something I was looking forward to.
But it’s strange what a couple of glasses of wine will do.
It was one night, and I thought I would never see him again.
Especially not coming face-to-face with him and his wife while picking up my nephew from hockey practice.
All it takes is one kiss, one touch, one chance, and only one night.
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“I hope she knows that for only one night, she gave me the world.”
Manning has been in a loveless marriage for years. He tried leaving his wife, but she took their son and threatened to not let Manning see him, but as long as he promised not to leave her, she would come back. Wanting to do anything to see his son, Manning agreed. He hoped that one day she would let him out and he could move on.
Evelyn is out for a bachelorette party when she can’t shake the feeling she is being watched by a mysterious (but gorgeous) man. When one night has the ability to completely alter the course of your life, one has to pay attention, right? And when that one night keeps coming up, in ways you couldn’t have imagined – if you didn’t pay attention before, you have to now.
I absolutely loved this book – Natasha has mastered the ability to write amazing characters with a similar theme (hockey) while making each book it’s only individual adventure and I am here for it!
Bring on book 4!
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals.
You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips.
It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…