(Love and Hockey Book 1)


He’s the team’s hotshot new hockey player. I’m the team captain’s little sister and officially off-limits.

But the night I arrive in town to start a new job, Wesley is just the sexy, charming stranger who rescues me when I’m locked out of a friend’s place.

Then he rescues me from an O drought.

Fast forward a few days later to a helluva surprise – turns out he’s the easygoing hockey teammate who told my overprotective brother that “sure, your sister can be my roommate, and of course I’ll keep my hands off her.”

Since he had no clue that sister is me, it’s time to make some roomie rules.

Like a hands-off one – I desperately need this place while I’m in town and neither one of us needs the complication.

Friendship works at first. Wesley’s wildly generous. He shows me around the city, gives me rides to work, and pitches in at a pancake breakfast fundraiser at my library.

But at night, his long smoldering looks don’t feel innocent. There’s nothing chaste about the way my pulse pounds recklessly when I’m near him.

Every day, it’s harder to resist him.

Especially the night Wes comes to my door and tells me exactly how he’d like to break every single rule with me.

Tropes: forbidden romance, teammate’s little sister, roomies-to-lovers, hockey romance, forced proximity, she has a list!


(How To Date Book 4)


I’ve spent the better part of eight years resisting my best friend’s little sister. What’s one more week? The hardest week ever when it includes a proposition to be her dating coach.

Eight years ago I fell into a secret summer fling with the bright, big-hearted Juliet before our lives went in different directions.

Now, I’m the grumpy to her sunshine on a popular dating podcast we host, and when a wealthy fan gives us a charming coastal cottage as the biggest thank you ever, we head to the town where I grew up to give it a makeover.

And find the house has only one bed.

Located under a mirrored ceiling.

To make matters even harder, the woman I’ve been pining for tells me she wants to try to find the one and would I please be her dating coach for the week?

Like hell I’ll let her date other men. I’ll coach her on three dates with me.

But the second I take her out, I don’t feel like her teacher. I feel like she’s mine, especially when the first night ends with us tangled up together in that bed.

Each night we grow closer, but this dating experiment forces me to face my greatest fear – whether a man like me is worthy of her love.

Even though I’m already head over heels for her.

Tropes: Brother’s best friend, one who got away, frenemies to lovers, second chance, grumpy/sunshine, small town romance!