Going for gold cost world-class hockey athlete Hailey Dobson everything. She may have walked away with the medal, but everything else in her life is a disaster. She has no job, no place to live, limited savings and six long months until the check comes with the money for law school. The only... show more
Going for gold cost world-class hockey athlete Hailey Dobson everything. She may have walked away with the medal, but everything else in her life is a disaster. She has no job, no place to live, limited savings and six long months until the check comes with the money for law school. The only bright spot is her long-distance relationship with a professional hockey star.
Kane “Hattrick” Hatcher got his nickname because scoring three goals in a single game was his thing. When he gets traded to a new team in Alaska, he has three new obstacles to overcome: His game is off, the coach is riding his ass and the girl he’s crazy about lives on the other side of the continent.
When an unexpected opportunity brings them back together for the summer, they find that the consequences of their actions may leave them playing co-captains for life. Neither Kane nor Hailey are prepared for this game changer. With everything on the line, can two over-achievers overcome adversity off the ice?
Publish date: 2018-08-30
Edition language: English
Series: Alaska Blizzard (#2)
Kat Mizera lights the lamp with HOLDING HAILEY, the second book in the Alaska Blizzard series. I was anxiously awaiting reading Hailey Dobson and Kane “Hattrick” Hatcher story after discovering them in book one, DEFENDING DANI. Hailey was on the US Women’s Olympic hockey team with Dani. Kane is S...
This is book # 2 in the Alaska Blizzard series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader understanding and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this series in order. Hailey has just come back from winning a Gold medal and going on tour. She gets home and has many surprises in s...
Life doesn't always go according to plan. Hailey and Kane are finding that out first hand. She went for the gold and scored on the ice, but in the real world, her life is no fairy tale. Achieving her dream cost her in ways she never dreamed possible. The one bright spot in her life is Kane. The hock...