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Dancing In The Cold Series

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Cherry Picking

Book One

"You're afraid, like I make my deals with the devil…"

Tasha doesn't exactly hate her roommate; it's not his fault his girlfriend dumps him and left his name on their lease before she took off. Tasha just hates the fact that he's a scholarship hockey player—entitled, good-looking, and movie-maker kind of mysterious.

When they wind up in a dance class together that she takes thinking it will be an easy A, until she realizes she has to create a dance routine to present to the incredibly strict and hard-marking professor. With a partner.

Tasha doesn't expect Linc (who's chain link tattoo on his arm hints at his name) to be good at anything off the ice, but he knows how to heat things up on the dance floor…

The more she gets to know Linc, the more she sees he's not as typical as she assumed. Instead, he may be just the right person to show her how to stop taking life so seriously.

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Light the Lamp

Book Two

Light is good, from whatever lamp it shines from…

Linc should be enjoying an easy life as a college hockey star, but fate has other plans.

His father's been arrested for embezzlement, and the privileges he's always known are stripped away. Worse, he can't tell anyone because he doesn't want his shame to become theirs.

Isolated and struggling with the news of his family's woes, he ghosts his new girlfriend, Tasha, and all his friends. Once he realizes his mistake and regrets the fallout of that choice, he's faced with many obstacles in making things right again.

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Shutdown Player

Book Three

Not every victory shows up on the scoreboard…

As he recovers from a traumatic brain injury he received on the ice, Linc has to accept that his dream of going to the NHL might be dead in the water. Stuck with no prospects and too many worries, he struggles to keep up with his commitments to Tasha, his friends, and his studies. He has no hope for the future. Until he can figure out how to cope, it seems better to cut ties with those he cares about.

After unsuccessfully trying to push everyone away, he's presented with an opportunity at a local high school, helping their hockey team improve their skills.

Maybe things will line up how they're supposed to after all…

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