Good thing high-powered attorney Sinead O' Brien has a rule about never dating clients. Because Adam Perry, the newest star of the New York Blades-and her newest client-has her headed for the penalty box. If only she could prove he's just another jock... Adam's been charged with assault after a... show more
Good thing high-powered attorney Sinead O' Brien has a rule about never dating clients. Because Adam Perry, the newest star of the New York Blades-and her newest client-has her headed for the penalty box. If only she could prove he's just another jock... Adam's been charged with assault after a borderline hit on another star player, but off the ice he's a private, no-nonsense guy who knows the Blades are his last shot at Stanley Cup glory. Assembling her case, Sinead tries not to get distracted by Adam's dazzling good looks or strong work ethic, but she quickly discovers that there's a wounded man under that jersey, and she's starting to fall for him-hard. Now Adam's having trouble focusing on the goal with Sinead in his sights. And Sinead is tempted to break her 'no dating clients' rule. Can they play on their newfound feelings without penalties?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 2011
Pages no: 289
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, New York
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: New York Blades (#8)
3.5 stars.Really liked this one. The first New York Blades book was my fav, then Chasing Stanley, but I think that because Adam was SO similar to Ty, in my opinion, that it's kind of a tie for me on being the best book of the series. Adam and Sinead were such a great pairing and boy, was Adam appeal...
The hockey bits (excluding the cardboard pep talks) were really good, but there wasn't enough hockey to make up for the rest of the story.I don't mind neurotic heroines, but Sinead crossed the line into ridiculous territory. Also, her snap-judgments were annoying. First Adam is a moron because he d...
I don't know why I'm addicted to the hockey romances, but I am. I liked this book overall, but there were a few areas that bugged me. It was mostly related to the characters' attitudes regarding work/career. I understand that there need to be disagreements/misunderstandings before the HEA, but it wa...
When I started reading Icebreaker, I had no idea that it was book number nine in Dierdre Martin's New York Blades series. I actually didn't find this out until I was close to the ending of the book. It definitely can be a stand alone. I didn't feel lost or confused about anything at all. Adam and Si...
They say ice hockey is the Canadian pastime and as a living breathing Canuck whose earliest memories are Saturday nights parked in front of the tube with "The Game" tuned in and a Chinese Food dinner in front of her I would say "they" are probably right. I helped my dad run a pool for a group of fri...
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