Fans can’t get enough of Levi Hunt, the Special Forces veteran who put his NHL career on hold to serve his country and fight the bad guys. So when his new Chicago Rebels bosses tell him to cooperate with the press on a profile, he’s ready to do his duty. Until he finds out who he has to work with: flame-haired, freckle-splashed, impossibly perky Jordan Cooke.
The woman he should not have kissed the night she buried her husband, Levi’s best friend in the service.
Hockey-stick-up-his-butt-serious Levi Hunt might despise Jordan for reasons she can’t fathom—okay, it’s to do with kissing—but her future in the cutthroat world of sports reporting hangs on delivering the goods on the league’s hottest, grumpiest rookie. So what if he’s not interested in having his life plated up for public consumption. Too bad. Jordan will have to play dirty to get her scoop and even dirtier to get her man. Only in winning the story, she might just lose her heart...
|A story that has Levi Hunt resuming his hockey career after serving with the Green Berets. He begins to realize that he may have been called up as a publicity stunt so it is up to him to work harder to prove everyone wrong. Jordan Cooke had put her career on hold as a journalist when she married a man in the Green Berets. Now five years after her husband’s death she has resumed her career and has also begun a Podcast about hockey and has hockey players as guests sometimes. Things change for her when a sportswriter gets ill and at the same time, Levi gets called up. Both the team and the company she works for wants her to do a piece about him. The problem with the whole thing is he does not want to talk about his service especially to his buddies’ widow who he actually likes. She must figure out a way to get him to open up a little. They both see no end and of course share kisses and once her notes are taken by another reporter and used against her they come out fighting together for what happened to her. But will that be enough to keep her with him? There is also a story going along with how female reports are treated and viewed. I thought that to be a very interesting part of the story as well. You still get glimpses into the three sisters who still run the team from the previous books. Overall a good book. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com|