28 December 2016

# opinion # read

Read:: On The Line by Victoria Denault

This story was great and included hockey so double score. We meet Stephanie and Avery attending a friends wedding. I really thought they would hook up there, but they dont. Instead they do about their lives and move on. 

Stephanie has a past that she knows isnt good for Avery's image. Avery has done everythign by the book for years. He only does what he has to do to keep his hockey life great. Stephanie moves and gets a great job. She is loving life when she gets a neighbor she wasnt expecting. 

I loved that Stephanie had no clue that Avery had a crush on her. I love that Avery has to struggle with his demons and find a way to stand up to those around him to fight for what he wants in life. 

These two have many obstacles in their way but they work them out, slowly but they are worked out. 










He had total control of his game--until she changed all the rules . . .
As one of the best players in the NHL and the "golden boy" of the league, Avery Westwood knows he has to keep his cool--on and off the ice. His whole life is a carefully constructed image of perfection for the media and his brand sponsors. Of course, that means he can never let his true feelings show. But when it comes to the sexy sister of his former teammate, Avery might be willing to make an exception . . . even if it means breaking all his own rules.

As far as Stephanie Deveau is concerned, having a thing for Avery is the equivalent of psychological napalm. Très bad idea. Then he moves in next door, all sexy smiles and a deliciously hot body that she can't resist. Something's happening between them--it's intense, a little (a lot) out of control, and real. Only Avery doesn't know everything about Stephanie's past. And the one exception to his rule might just be the one girl who could destroy his career.


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