Risky Move: Tampa Suns Hockey

· Tampa Suns Hockey Book 2 · L. J. Burdett
9 reviews

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She’s his brother’s nanny...and totally off-limits.

In an effort to escape her overprotective mother, Cassie moves to Tampa to decide her future and claim her independence. When she lands a job as a live-in nanny to adorable twin infants, she’s convinced she’s on the right track.

Until she meets her new roommate: Tom. He’s an off-the-charts gorgeous neurologist (are they even allowed to be that sexy?), her boss' brother, and also her aunt’s best friend. There are way too many points of contact for them to take the risk...but Cassie can’t help but fantasize what contact with him would feel like.

Tom knows the stakes, but Cassie’s vibrant spirit strikes a chord in his heart and he can’t stay away. But just when they start to think they’re moving in sync, the unthinkable happens. Did taking the risk create a chasm too wide to bridge?

**Risky Move is a standalone book in the Tampa Suns Hockey series. This sweet and spicy full-length novel can be read on its own—no cliffhanger, no cheating and a guaranteed Happily Ever After. 

You may enjoy meeting and following a growing group of friends connected by the Tampa Suns professional hockey team. Some characters are introduced in the Clearing the Ice Trilogy and Healthy Scratch.**

9 reviews
Erin Lewis
April 22, 2020
4 star review Risky Move (Tampa Sun Hockey) by Robyn M Ryan Robyn M Ryan is a new author to me. Although book two in the series, I had no problems following this story. This is a slow burn story that is Cassie Johnson and Dr. Tom Chadwick’s story. There were times that I felt the story dragged a little but once the pace picked up it flowed better. I was a little frustrated by Cassie’s lack of confidence and self doubt at times but overall I liked the characters. There is a lot to consider before Tom and Cassie can begin a relationship, after all their lives are intertwined and if their relationship doesn’t work out then things will be complicated on numerous levels. For me the build up was a tad to long, but that is just my opinion. I found it difficult to connect with some of the other characters but again, that is probably me. I really liked Tom, I loved how supportive he was of Cassie Although the series is Tampa Sun Hockey, there was not a lot of hockey in this book. This was a story of love, romance and overcoming ones fears and taking a leap of faith and above all learning to believe in yourself.
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About the author

Robyn M. Ryan writes sweet and sensual sports romances, including the Clearing the Ice hockey trilogy and its spin-off Tampa Suns Hockey series. Chicago born, honorary Atlanta native, Parisienne at heart, Robin is a proud 60’s Flower Child and a “fearless” barrier-breaker for female sports journalists and minor league “batpersons.” While in college, Robyn scored a PR internship with an NHL team during its first season. As a freelance writer, Robyn interviewed future MLB and NHL Hall of Fame members, published in a variety of print media. Wife, mom, PR professional, and finally, many years later, published author. Two Westie grand-dogs now run the household.

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