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Ice Hard

New York NightHawks Book Two

Tracy Goodwin

Genre:  #Romance #ContemporaryRomance #HockeyRomance

My Rating:  5

Cover:  5

Publication:  October 8th 2019

Read:  September 7th 2019  *ARC provided via Net Gally

POV:  First-Person Dual Perspectives

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Hockey’s resident bad boy is hell on skates. But when he falls in love, he falls hard.
“Tracy Goodwin is an author to watch.”—Kelly Jamieson, USA Today bestselling author of the Aces Hockey series
Nick: As one of the New York Nighthawks, I’ve got it all: fame, success, wealth, plus I’m handsome as hell.
As for my relationships? They could be better.
I know how to do one-night stands, but I’m starting to crave something more.
Then I meet Camille Benetti.
She’s sexy, smart, sarcastic—totally my kind of girl.
The only problem? Cami doesn’t date hockey players.
But she’s never met me. . . .
Cami: Nick George is impossible to resist. Not only is he scorching hot, he’s kind, he’s funny, and he wants me bad.
But I learned my lesson the hard way: no jocks.
So why do I agree to be Nick’s date to the wedding of the year?
One night . . . that’s our deal.
He is the best man, after all.
But Nick is crystal clear about his intentions. He wants a relationship.
And he’s tempting me to break all my rules. . . .
Tracy Goodwin’s seductive New York Nighthawks novels can be read together or separately:


📝My Review📝: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Ice Hard (New York Nighthawks, #2)Ice Hard by Tracy Goodwin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nick and Cami made a wonderful couple. Every moment they were together made me smile. Nick was such a gentleman. Most times when you read about Hockey players in romance novels, they usually are just looking for a good time, a quick one and done. But Nick wasn’t like that. He may have been in the past but for a while he’d been seriously thinking about a “forever” girl. Someone who could be his other half. The half that completes him. His best friend found the girl of his dreams and Nick wasn’t only happy for him, but he was envious. Nick wanted love. He wanted his own dream girl.

Cami is cautious. She is a strong, independent, sassy heroine. And she doesn’t date hockey players. Cami has a good reason for that as you will learn. But she is on Nick’s radar and he is persistent. But Cami is just as willful. I enjoyed the banter between Nick and Cami. I enjoyed watching them navigate an eventual relationship. I believed their love. They realistically worked for their happily-ever-after.

Another aspect I enjoyed about this book were all the “feels.” The emotional elements were poignant and believable. I admit, I was sad about a few things but the author did a wonderful job, all around, with writing an enjoyable book. This is the second book in this series and I look forward to reading more.

This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂