She says she doesn’t date players.
She swears up and down that she’ll never handle my stick.
We’ll see about that, sweetheart.
When I win the pleasure of Harper’s company at a charity auction, I get exactly one date—one shot to win over the gorgeous and feisty brunette.
Game on. I play hard, and I love a challenge.
But just when I think I’ve finally carved out my shot . . . a huge secret implodes around us, threatening everything we’ve built.
She’s so far out of my league, it isn’t even funny, but there’s only one thing to do when you miss. Take another shot.
ARC REVIEW ➼
This book is bittersweet because it is the end of the series and time to say goodbye to the Seattle Ice Hawks.
Jordie is the rookie and decided to place a bet for a date with the Ice Princess, who just so happens to be the coach’s daughter, Harper. Harper doesn’t date players, she saw how things were growing up with her father’s career and it’s just not something she was interested in.
Jordie definitely has his work cut out for him when it comes to Harper but he doesn’t give up easily. He does whatever he can to get Harper’s attention and to get a date with her, including forming a book club with the rest of the guys.
There is some great chemistry between Harper and Jordie. He’s a good guy, he hasn’t had the past life growing up and doesn’t really let anyone know all the details, but he let Harper in. Harper is tough, she knows what she wants and likes to stick to her guns. It was enjoyable watching them get closer, then of course there was some drama when things were just starting to get good between them.
Taking His Shot is a MUST READ and a great ending to the series.