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I have three goals this semester: get off academic probation, fix my relationship with my BFF Skylar, and take some responsibility for my life. All of which are hard enough without hot, snobby hockey player Ben Buckingham around to distract me. I can’t stand Ben, and I know the feeling is mutual. But he’s best friends with Skylar’s boyfriend, so he’s always around—taunting and tempting me in ways that really rile me up.
As the star forward of the Bayard College hockey team, I have goals too, like playing well enough to land a spot on an NHL roster. I’m perfectly in control on the ice, so why can’t I keep my cool around Ella? Her wild behavior rubs me in all the wrong ways—and a few of the right ones. But as we skate around each other, I learn there’s more to Ella than her bad reputation. And when the line between love and hate starts to blur, I can’t resist crossing over and sweeping her off her feet.
The Bayard College hockey team isn’t where I thought I’d be a season ago. I was a rising star in the Canadian major junior league, cruising toward a spot on an NHL roster—until a single disastrous night on the town brought it all crashing down. Now I’m out of options, except for playing well, studying hard, and staying away from girls. I shouldn’t be flirting with the hottest, sweetest chick I’ve ever met. But maybe she can actually help me out…
I know Jacob is out of my league. I’m just trying to go with the flow, which isn’t easy when six feet and four inches of total hockey hotness is making a play for me one moment, then giving me the cold shoulder the next. Then he suggests a ridiculous plan that could help both of us. My head tells me this rugged athlete isn’t worth my time, but my body says something altogether different. Risking my heart for Jacob may be the craziest thing I’ve ever done . . . but I won’t let him shut me out.