Janna MacNeil is a publicist on a mission--to change the image of the bad boys of hockey: the Stanley Cup Champion New York Blades.
Ty Gallagher is a captain on a mission--to get his team to win the Cup again...at any cost. His determination is legendary, as well as his unwillingness to... read more
“They were hockey players, after all. They made a living chasing a little rubber biscuit around an ice rink. How smart could they be?”Janna MacNeil
“I’m going to be the pebble in your shoe you can’t get rid of, the annoying song lyric you can’t get out of your head. You better get used to me bugging the hell out of you, because it’s going to be one of the constants in your life from now until the season ends in June”Janna MacNeil
“I’m never going to hear the end of this.” Janna sighed. “She’s going to want to know every blessed detail.” Ty rose to his feet, extending a hand to Janna to help her up. “And what will you tell her?” “Every blessed detail.” Ty flashed a seductive smile. “Don’t tell her everything. Some things are private.”
“Guys are different creatures, Janna. Their definition of ‘casual’ and our definition of ‘casual’ are radically different.”“Really?” Janna replied sarcastically. “I had no idea. Tell me more about relationships, Miss Twelve Years in Catholic School.”Theresa pulled a face. “Look, I’m not trying to piss in your Cheerios, okay? I just don’t want you to get hurt.”
“What would I do without you, Jans?”“Gee, I don’t know, Ter. What would you do?”“Starve. Be bored. Have no way to get into hockey games for free.” She reached out and tweaked Janna’s cheek.”
“Jesus, will you look at the two of us? We’re a good pair.” “The best pair,” Janna sniffled, wiping at her eyes.”
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