Secret Puck; Campus Nights #1
(A standalone within a series)
by: Rebecca Jenshak
A new gang is here at Valley U and they have completely won my heart!! I am smitten…completely and totally in smit and love this new hockey group!
Secret Puck is fun, flirty, and the world sucked me in so thoroughly I almost forgot I was reading.
Heath Payne may be the top scorer on the ice (ok, maybe off the ice too), but he’s not a bad guy. He’s fun, a total flirt, and just an all around nice guy. Yes, his views on love may be a little skewed, as he doesn’t look beyond tomorrow and don’t ask him about the forever and ever kind of stuff because that is a foreign concept, but if you want a good time, Heath is your guy, but don’t worry you are going to fall in love with this man…he is top book boyfriend material all the way!!
Ginny Scott just got out of a long term relationship so she isn’t exactly looking to jump into another one, but hanging out with her brother’s hockey buddies wasn’t exactly on her agenda either. However, his overprotective ways ends up leading her to spending a lot of her time over at his apartment. It’s not exactly all bad especially when Heath is living there and he’s a distraction she doesn’t mind in the least. Ginny is sweet, and smart, but also not a total wallflower. She grew up with a huge, hockey brother and knows how to stand her ground. You will love how easily she fits with Heath and visa versa.
Every moment Ginny and Heath spend together is light and fun making this story light on angst and a total joy to read. Meeting the entire hockey gang makes the book even better as we get to know the new Valley U group intimately, knowing that more books will follow. AND the cherry on top of this fantastic sundae, there is a sweet glimpse of the Smart Jocks for fans of Jenshak’s books.
Secretly hooking up with the team captain’s sister was a bad idea.
In my defense, the first time I saw her I didn’t know who she was.
Kind, gorgeous, a little naïve. Ginny brightened my world from day one.
I knew I was no good for her. She was just out of a relationship and I had a reputation for having a new girl in my bed every weekend.
I tried to do the right thing. Honest.
I’m the one who insisted we should be just friends.
That lasted about as long as you’d expect.
But Ginny? She’s the best – best friend, best everything.
So yeah, hooking up with the team captain’s sister wasn’t a great idea.
Would I do it again?
In a heartbeat.
The first book in a new college hockey romance series.