My parents told me I skated before I walked. When I was eighteen I was drafted into the N.H.L third overall, playing in Los Angeles—the city of dreams. What more could I ask for? I played hard, but eventually, I partied even harder. Five years later I was traded a week after I entered rehab. There was no time for anything except my health and making sure I’d come out on top. I had to be better. There wasn’t another option.
One of the rules of recovery was ‘don’t fall in love’ and I made it a top priority. She was off limits in every single way.
Until it was too late
When you grow up surrounded by hockey players you know one thing for sure, I was never going to settle down with one. Heck, I didn’t even know what icing was. I was too busy climbing the corporate ladder, becoming one of the most successful realtors in New York City. I wasn’t interested in dating or anything that got in my way.
First, he was my client and then he became my friend.
One night, one decision, one act can derail everything.
When push comes to shove, I’m only certain that, This is Wild.
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This is the second book of the series but the first one I have read. You can read it on its own which perfect however, I probably didn’t get all of the connections as much had I read the first one as well. There is so much emotion in this book that I’m not even sure where to begin.
Zoe, the daughter of Cooper and Parker and twin sister of Zara from This is Crazy, is sweet, funny, a heart of gold the size of the Grand Canyon. I loved her as a character. She is just so well written. Then we have NHL star, Viktor whose drug use leads him to fall out of favor and right into rehab. Now he is out and ready to start a new life on a team. I liked him as a character as well. He was so real. He had an addiction but now is so determined.
This is truly one of the most beautiful love stories! I enjoyed it so much that I have added all of Natasha Madison’s books to my tbr pile.