Release Date: July 23
NHL’s golden boy, Bishop Maverick, knows all too well how a haunting past can taint your future.
It seems his entire life all people have done is leave. So what does a man do when he has so little? He pours everything into the only thing that he has left. Hockey. This sport has brought him a family, hope, something to work for, but what was the one thing he never expected for it to bring him?
A green-eyed, wild child with a soul that brings him back home.
Valor Sullivan was raised on the ice by a single father who inspired her love for hockey.
With a mouth that would make a sailor blush, and fiery red hair she is a force to be reckoned with on and off the ice. There doesn’t seem to be anything hard work won’t get her. Well, everything but him.
Bishop is her Endgame.
The only problem? He’s eight years older and one of her father’s closest friends.
Fate blurs the lines of past and present to pull these two together. The only question is…
Were they always meant to be? Or damned from the start?
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Debut novel what? How is this a debut? Monty Jay has knocked my sox off in the best way with her novel, LOVE AND HOCKEY!
Hockey player hero, feisty redhead heroine, and an age gap romance? Uh, yes please! But Bishop and Vallie’s story was so much more! Their story was an emotional rollercoaster that had me captivated, elated, and wanting to take the ride again and again.
I love a good taboo romance, but this felt like more. Their friendship made for a strong foundation of their relationship and made it more than just lust and passion. But there was plenty of that too! The story does contain content that may be triggering to some so be aware. If you’re a fan of sports romances, great character development, sexy heroes, and sassy leading ladies, this is the story you need to be reading!
Love & Hockey is a standalone, age-gap, romance. It deals with sensitive subjects some may find triggering.
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Meet Monty Jay
Monty Jay likes to describe herself as a punk rock kid, with the soul of a gypsy who has a Red Bull addiction.
She writes romance novels about insane artists, feisty females, hockey players, and many more.
When she isn’t writing she can be found reading anything Stephen King, getting a tattoo, or eating cold pizza.
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