Susan Scott Shelley is a USA Today bestselling author. She lives in Philadelphia with her very own Superhero and spends her days writing stories filled with heat and heart, where love always wins. In addition to writing romances, she is also a professional voiceover artist and enjoys lending her voice to a wide range of projects. Her favorite things include running, sports, hard rock, and old Hollywood movies. She believes life should be lived with laughter, enthusiasm, and a sense of wonder. Find out more at http://www.susanscottshelley.com
When a sexy, forbidden spark blazes to life between professional hockey player Zac Elliott and the team owner's daughter, he's willing to risk being benched to have her. Their relationship is deeply passionate and intensely private...until the press catches them in the act. The only way out of the penalty box is for Zac to play hockey like life--and love--depends on it...
SIMMERING ICE (Book 2)
Physical therapist Annie Davidson is great at her job but unlucky when it comes to love. All she can do is focus on work...that is until she runs into professional hockey player Alec O'Meara. Alec likes to keep things loose on and off the ice, but the red-headed Annie challenges his beliefs and makes him think about taking their relationship to the net...
Philanthropist Heather Ryan can't keep her hands off of Zac. If her father finds out, it could end Zac's career and ruin her reputation. What they share is deeply passionate and intensely private...until the press exposes their illicit relationship.
Now the fans have viciously turned against Heather, Zac's game is faltering, and even his team has deserted him. The only way out of the penalty box is for Zac to play hockey like life—and love—depends on it...
Liam York has worked hard to earn the title of League's Best Mascot for his efforts on the field and in the community. After a Spring Training stunt saddles him with a broken ankle, he's forced to share the spotlight with the team's solution: a temporary friend for Fin the Shark. But his new co-worker tests the limits of his control.
After spending the last fifteen years being "mom" to her younger siblings, Claire Devereux is more than ready for some fun. She loves every aspect of being Fin's new friend Fiona and is determined to turn the temporary gig into a permanent one.
As romance blooms between their on-field personalities, Liam and Claire give in to their passion off the field too. But curve balls from every direction will determine if they are better off as a duo or if it's every mascot for him/herself.
First baseman Slade MacInnes has a lot of balls in the air. His contract is expiring, he's just found his birth parents, and his agreement to do some work with a children's charity has led him to the very sexy and sweet Savanna Soto.
Savanna works hard granting wishes to kids with life-threatening illnesses, something her sister never lived to experience. She envies Slade's no-fear attitude and the stories of his adrenaline-junkie adventures make her want to break out of her self-imposed safety bubble and live.
Slade figures he's just the man to help her conquer her fears. Each activity draws them closer together with an attraction that sizzles. But when life pushes their differences to a head, will fear win out or can love save the game?
Skye has her own demons. After being burned in a fire, she's become a near-recluse, ashamed of her looks and afraid of being an object of pity. She is intrigued by Aidan and yearns for more but doesn't believe he can see past her scars. Still, she'll have to brave meeting him if she wants her lucrative contract with his company to continue. It's time to stop hiding away from the world.
Sparks fly, and they begin a tentative relationship. Aidan fears his PTSD may scare Skye away, but the more he gets to know her, the more he's convinced that she's the one for him. Skye is falling in love with the gentle giant but worries that her fears and insecurities will eventually push him away. Aidan doesn't want to lose the one person who brings him true peace. They need each other. Can he convince her that their love is strong enough to heal their broken pieces?
Kira and Hunter have been planning their wedding for months. When their venue goes up in smoke two months before their big day, they are left scrambling to find a new location.
Engaged for four months, Skye and Aidan have held off on making wedding plans. Aidan fears that Skye is getting cold feet, but Skye's reluctance stems from her mother's overbearing behavior. Still, she can't put off the wedding forever. She just wants a way to celebrate without the focus being so much on herself.
And newly-engaged Damon can't wait to marry Emily, but her family is insisting on a wedding venue that's booked solid for the next two years. He's not happy about waiting but doesn't see a way around it. Emily longs for something more unique and personal but is afraid to hurt the family by breaking with tradition.
When Emily recommends her favorite vacation spot as a substitute venue for Kira and Hunter, moving the wedding from Holiday, NY to Virgina Beach, VA, Damon sees an opportunity to solve all three couples' problems--a triple wedding. But a March nor'easter bearing down on the East Coast the weekend of their wedding spells disaster for the couples. And that's only the beginning.