Figure skating was supposed to be my whole world. But one unlucky injury and now I’m down…but I’m definitely not out. I just need to rehab—a boatload of rehab—and who’d have thought I could do it on the boys’ hockey team?
Of course, the infuriatingly hot captain of the team seems to think I’m nothing but sequins and twirls. What’s a girl to do but put him in his place? Game on.
Hockey is my whole world. I’ve worked my tail off getting my team in a position to win the championships—hopefully in front of major college scouts, too—so what’s a guy to do when a figure skater ends up as our new goalie?
Of course, the distractingly sexy skater thinks I’m nothing but a testosterone-laced competitive streak. And surely she’s only biding her time to heal, then she’s gone. Game over.
In The Penalty Box was such a delightful read. The storyline was so much fun and love how the characters interact with each other. It was such a feel good read. I’m such a huge fan of ice skating movies, books and anime. This book was so prefect fit for me. Also I like the cover design for it, you can see the sparks fly with the main characters.
I really love Willow in the book. She is very head strong type of girl and knows what she wants. Willow loves the ice skating until an accident sent her back her home. Now she must train to get back to the top with some unexpected help from hottie hockey player, Brodie.
Brodie is one hot hockey player dealing with a lot of stuff going on at home. He finds himself getting drawn into Willow world. He becomes impress how she handles herself with the haters on the team. He knows Willow was only on the team only temporarily, but can’t help and fall for her.
Will Brodie be able to convince Willow there more to life than just ice skating?
This book is prefect for people who like The Cutting Edge Movies, or Yuri on Ice anime. It has forbidden romance, ice skating, hockey, drama and some fun all mix into one.