A talented rookie who’s about to lose it all. A reluctant sports therapist who might be able to help.
He has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract. Adoring fans. A family who loves him.
But he’s about to throw it all away. Logan Tate’s name is dominating the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Instead of goals and assists, the talented young defenseman has been racking up fights and suspensions.
I work with athletes who are struggling, but Logan’s different. He’s not just going to blow his season, but his entire career. And now he can’t return to the ice until he deals with his issues, but the stubborn man won’t let anyone get close enough to help.
Which is why I packed up and followed him to his family’s property in the remote mountains of Colorado. He can’t avoid me here.
The only problem?
I can’t avoid him either. He’s chopping wood and building fires, rescuing my car from snowy ditches, and inviting me to Sunday dinners with his loud extended family. He’s a whole lot of man, but beneath all those hard edges is an unexpected tenderness.
Tempted or not, I have to stay out of his bed and get him back to the ice . . . no matter how difficult that might be.
Logan Tate has everything a man could want. A lucrative hockey contract, fans, and a family who adores him. But instead of racking up goals and assists, his name is the headlines for all the wrong reasons. That’s where Summer comes into play. Summer works with struggling athletes, but she’s got her work cut out for her where Logan is concerned. So in order to get Logan back on track, Summer finds herself at his family’s property in the mountains of Colorado. What could possibly go wrong??
The Rookie is a quick and easy read that will draw readers in instantly and will leave them wanting more. I loved the dynamic of Logan’s family. They looked out for one another, but weren’t afraid to add humor to the story. Despite Logan’s stubbornness, his chemistry with Summer was off the charts. Their romance was quite the slow burn, but completely satisfying.
Overall, I found this book to an enjoyable read and I think it’s a great addition to the Looking to Score Series. With relatable and fun characters, romance, and just a dash of drama, The Rookie is a romance that you won’t want to miss out on.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*