Slammed - San Francisco Thunder (Paperback)Victoria Denault (author)
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Eli Casco is on the brink of having everything he ever wanted. He's just been called up from the minor leagues to play goalie for the San Francisco Thunder hockey team. And he just had the most mind-blowing night with the woman of his dreams. But now that he'll be in the same town, she's completely shutting him down.
Dixie Braddock loves her job as a publicist for the Thunder. But as much as she's always enjoyed doing the long-distance flirting thing with Eli, dating him now would ruin her hard-won reputation, just when she's up for promotion. He's the last distraction she needs on top of team shenanigans and an ailing father. But the more time they spend together, the harder it is to keep to her hands-off policy-especially when Eli is making all the right moves to play for keeps.
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 258 g
Dimensions: 203 x 134 x 23 mm
"The writing was great, the romance was fantastic and the characters were fun."--Book Briefs on Winning it All
"Victoria Denault's writing is awesome, her character development is some of the best I've encountered and her dialogue is on point. This whole series is a must read!"--FictionFangirls on The Final Move
"The perfect amount of heat, angst, romance and humor."--Shameless Book Club on The Final Move
"This book was filled with everything I love-- hunky hockey players, kick-butt women, and caring and supportiveness that surrounds both friends and family."--Give Me Books on One More Shot
"This book is sexy, funny and has a lot of heart.... I can't wait until the next book comes out!"--Hashtag Avenue on One More Shot
"Victoria Denault's Hometown Players is sports romance perfection."--BiblioJunkies on Making a Play
A "spicy, emotional and rewarding romance... one worth savoring on a number of levels."--RT Book Reviews on Slammed
"The sizzle in this relationship propels the romance forward as the characters cope realistically with the stresses of work and family. Readers will appreciate that Denault knows her hockey and delivers a satisfying story."--Publishers Weekly on Slammed