My rating: 5 of 5 stars
We all know how it is, having a younger sister. Viviana Land is a curvaceous society page reporter that gets talked into helping her nieces Busy Bee Scout leader. This leads the girls to Green Hills Ice Rink....
Viviana is a very self absorbed character with many flaws. However like more people, she needs to find a way to make her career and her love life come together and make her life have meaning.
Alain Lessard one handsome hunk from the Philadelphia Wildcats is donating his summer to coaching the youth league.
Alain is truly a focused hockey player who loves working with people, and his community. His priorities have always been hockey, and… well hockey. Until he met Viviana it was then that his sparks were awakened.
Viviana is handed an opportunity to write the break out story of her career. And she can’t help but flirt and tease some juicy tidbits from Alain, a great hockey defense-men. However, without even noticing Viviana finds herself falling for the younger hunk.
Can and will Viviana put her virtual pen away for a chance at this new chance at the perfect career choice or will she finally get away from those annoying bakery opening articles by using the man she could possibly be in love with? Can she make the right choice here?
Can and will Vivian and Alain make their relationship work? For that matter should they? And will Viviana learn to becoming less self absorbed, and a better person, now that she has a man to focus on. It’s time to read and find out more yourself!
This book is a truly sporty five star read, relating to young teens, and hockey. I enjoyed the relationships with the family, and the fact that these characters truly seemed life like.
Viviana truly had an attitude just like an independent self absorbed woman. Alain’s character is very strong, and truly emotional and helps to make the book more memorable as he brings the romance to life. You will truly enjoy this book, it will enlighten you on hockey, and even careers and relationships. This book “Pink Pucks and Power Plays” was a very inspirational sporty read!
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