Jericho: on the ice

· Boston Bay Vikings Book 11 · HFCA Publishing House
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Boston Bay Vikings: hot enough to melt the ice.


Jericho Sánchez wondered about the redheaded pixie who ignored him for the most part. It irritated him and he didn’t know why. He didn’t like it either. He was a likeable guy. He volunteered at the Grow on the Ice program at the arena for under privileged children. He was Mr. Nice-Guy.

So far this season, the team had performed admirably, rising to third place on the leaderboard. With so many away games, it had been stressful, but he'd made it, though he was ready for some downtime.

Isobel Daniels has spent her entire adult life caring for animals. They were more loyal to her than their human counterparts. So, it was no surprise that she struggled to find acceptance for her qwerky-self in the world. It held little importance to her, until now.

The sexy, larger-than-life, hockey player had to be at least a decade younger than she, which was why she forced herself to act indifferent—he’d break her heart.

It started at a wedding.

It continued on the ice.

When would it end?

Meet Jericho Sánchez and Isobel Daniels in the eleventh book of the Boston Bay Vikings series by NYT and USA Today bestselling author, Lexi Buchanan.

About the author

Alison, who was born in England, writes romance and erotic romance as Lexi Buchanan. Under the name Rona Jameson she writes contemporary romance and suspense. As Vivien Brooks she writes young adult/coming of age and fantasy adventure/romance. She moved to Ireland with her husband, four children, a dog in 2010.

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