Book 1, Portland Storm
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USA Today bestselling author Catherine Gayle presents the first novel in the emotional Portland Storm hockey romance series.
Portland Storm captain Eric “Zee” Zellinger knows how to get the job done, but leading his once elite team to victory is fast becoming a losing battle. He can’t lose focus now—not with his career on the line. But when his best friend’s little sister makes him an offer he can’t refuse, Eric could lose the drive the team relies on from their captain.
Still in a downward spiral after a life-altering event in college, Dana Campbell is desperate to try anything to break away from the horror of that fateful night—even enlisting the help of the only man she trusts completely.
No matter how irresistible she is or how tempting the offer, Eric might not be able to cross that line—especially with the team’s chance at the playoffs on the line. Now, Eric has to take one last shot, but will he choose Dana’s Breakaway chance at happiness or the move that could secure his career?
The Portland Storm hockey romance series
2) On the Fly
3) Taking a Shot
4) Light the Lamp
5) Delay of Game
6) Double Major
7) In the Zone
8) Holiday Hat Trick
10) Dropping Gloves
11) Home Ice
12) Mistletoe Misconduct
13) Losing an Edge
14) Game Breaker
15) Defensive Zone - coming soon
16) Power Play - coming soon
17) Neutral Zone - coming soon
I am impressed with Cathrine Gayle's ability to delve further into the topic of sexual abuse and bringing back the art of love as a slow game rather than 'slam bam thank you mam". I suppose that comes from her background in writing regency romance novels, but however she got there, I'm pleased to report there was no less passion than in any other new adult contemporary story.
Great take on the guy who loves his best friends little sister story line. Catherine Gayle did a great job of tastefully dealing with Dana's issues. It was nice watching her come into bloom. And Eric was perfect. I might start watching hockey!
Very well written. Dealt with a difficult topic in a very heartfelt manner. Loved the details on hockey; great character development.