Kaufman: The Season (Austin Arrows Book 2) – Nicole Edwards

Spencer Kaufman

When I signed on to the NHL, I promised to give 150% to the game. I’ve done that.

Little did I know, but they would ask more from me than merely my skill on the ice. The team wanted me to be their captain. It’s an honor, one I’ve done my best to fulfill. Although I can’t take all the credit, I was there to lead when we won the Stanley Cup.

I’m still at the helm now, when we’ve hit rock bottom. I know I have let my fears get in the way. I’ve let down the team, even if they don’t realize what I’ve done.

Now that the new season’s underway, I’m being called out. I deserve it. I can deal with that. It won’t be easy, but I’ll persevere.

What I can’t deal with is her.
She surprised me.
She came out of nowhere and blindsided me.

And there’s one serious issue.

Now that I have her, I refuse to let her go.

For some reason when i started this book i expected events to happen after the previous book Rush, but upon reading i discovered that the time line was set along side the events in Rush which threw me a little but once i go into it i found it easy to follow. I would suggest you read Rush first.
I adored Noelle she is a strong feisty woman that is not afraid to speak her mind, she is the kind of character you wish was one of your friends. Spencer is a super sexy and once he sets his sights on Noelle hes on a mission.
Noelle has a quirky slightly eccentric personality and i loved the fact that Spencer just went with it, he accepted her for her.
I am not a hockey, its not big in the UK, but this series makes me think we Brits are missing out!
I really liked the fact that Spencer never gave up in his pursuit of Noelle even when she was trying to block up in his way, that and being a great support and friend to his ex when she really needed someone. His character is a really good guy.
The plot, characters and the writing of this book are fantastic, you get so immersed in the story time just flies by.
Another wonderful addition to the Arrows series and a great book from the greatness that is Nicole Edwards.

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