Posted July 26, by Rowena in Reviews 21 Comments. Hard knocks and hunger taught Faith Duffy not to believe in love. Still, when she married her very wealthy—and very old—husband, she became the perfect wife. And then he went to that big bank in the sky, leaving Faith with lonely nights, a pile of money, and a total mess of a pro hockey team. Heck, Faith doesn't even watch hockey!
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But most of America and half of Canada is watching Ty Savage. His lethal sex appeal and deadly right hook make him the favorite of fans. For most of Ty's life, he's dreamed of winning the Stanley Cup. The last thing he needs is a bimbo messing up his plans. Faith loathes Ty on sight, but she can't stop thinking about him all day Then a moment of temptation ends with Faith in Ty's bed, and she begins to see there's more to him than sex appeal. Ty discovers there's far more to Faith than beauty and billions. But a relationship with Faith is impossible, and falling in love—that would be a disaster.
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One of the main reasons I read Rachel Gibson is she writes engaging stories with characters that fall right off the pages and keeps me entertained from the first page all the way to the last page. Her books take off right from the beginning and keeps me plugged in. This book was no exception. I was on board with this story right from the first chapter. There is no doubt that Rachel Gibson is a gifted writer. She writes these quirky little romances that makes you smile and entertains the socks right off of you and she did just that in this book.
Man, I could feast for days off of that man. I love Ty, just wanted to tell you that.. Faith was a great heroine. Faith was such a likeable character that I found it very easy to sympathize with her. The old man dying and leaving his team to a gold digger did. One whole hell of a lot. The talk in the locker room at the Key Arena was that Virgil had had a massive heart attack while trying to please his young wife in the sack. The rumor was that the old man had blown out a heart valve and died with a big ol' grin on his face.
The mortician hadn't been able to remove it, and the old man had gone into the cremation oven wearing a hard-on and a smile.
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Ty didn't care about rumors, and he didn't care what people did or whom they did it with. If it was good, bad, or somewhere in between. Until now. He'd just signed his contract with the Seattle Chinooks organization three months ago, partly because of the money the old man had offered him, but mostly for the captaincy and a shot at Lord Stanley's cup.
Both he and Virgil wanted that cup, but for different reasons. Virgil had wanted to prove something to his rich friends. Ty wanted to prove something to the world: he was better than his dad, the great Pavel Savage. The cup was the one thing that had eluded them both, but Ty was the only one who still had a shot at it.
Or at least he'd had a good shot until Duffy croaked right before the playoffs and left the team to a tall, blonde playmate. Suddenly Ty's chance at the biggest trophy in the NHL was in the hands of a trophy wife. Ty had been given the nickname "Saint" his rookie year, when after a night of especially wild partying, he'd played like shit the next day.
When the coach benched him, Ty had claimed he had a flu bug. He looked across the shoulder of his navy blazer and into the eyes of his teammate. Viagra had given a lot of men back their sex lives. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books.
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