Nathan Barres has always loved hockey before anything else. When a one night stand with Felix Moore gives him emotions, he flees the scene. He’s not expecting to see Felix ever again. So when an injury knocks him out of the game for several weeks, he’s less than pleased to see the Winnipeg Wolves newest trainer is none other than Felix.
Almost two years later, and the feelings are still there. Nathan does his best to shove them to the back burner and ignore the temptation Felix presents. That is, until Felix makes him an offer that’s just a little too tempting–with amazing results. He’s a hockey player after all, and they’re nothing if not superstitious. If Felix is his good luck charm, who is he to resist?
Nathan is all things hockey, except one thing, he’s gay. And even though his teammates know, the world does not. So it’s one night stands all the way.
Then one night, one, one night stand stuck in his mind. Even after two years, Felix and that night has stayed in his mind.
Until now, Felix is now part of the team. And now Nathan has to figure out what to do and how to act.
What I enjoyed most about this ‘hockey’ book above others is that we are not talking about two hockey players but a player and a trainer. Nice change.
Watching these two dance around each other, the non communication, miscommunication, at times was childish and annoying, it made for entertainment. Not always good.
The rest of the hockey team made up for a great book and overall was good story, frustrating, but good.