As the Stanley Cup championships come to an end, there is a new beginning for hockey fans — meet the Carolina Cold Fury hockey team — hot hockey hunks that melt the ice!!
Alex Crossman is the first of many – squeee – and just wait until you meet them all. Alpha guys that withstand pain like no other and its not just physical . . . read more about Alex and Sutton’s story here.
Okay, I admit… it’s true. When I was first introduced to the sport of hockey, I never saw the players as hot. Or sexy. Or as imminently lickable.
In fact, my first NHL game was when my dad took me to see his beloved (and now my beloved) Pittsburgh Penguins about twenty-five years ago. I had never seen a game before in my life and I remember being enthralled when one of the players took a puck to the chin. He bled all over the ice as he calmly skated over to his bench. I was most impressed when the refs started kicking at the frozen blood to get it off the ice. They made a big pile of frozen, blood slush and kicked it into the back of one of the nets. From that day forward, I was hooked on the sport.
Hockey fans won’t want to miss the Assassins series great price on Trying to Score – book two in the hockey hunk phenomena. About the Book: In a captivating novel of second chances and healing hearts, the newest member of the Nashville Assassins pulls a power play to make things right with the one that got away. Fallon Parker’s dream has always been to turn her family’s wine company into a runaway success and eventually start a cellar of her own. Since graduating from college, she has worked relentlessly to make that dream a reality, especially after taking a chance on love—and losing. By the time Fallon becomes an official sponsor of the Nashville Assassins, she feels like all her [...]
Congratulations to Toni Aleo, a Loveswept, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of Blue Lines!! Opposites do more than just attract in Toni Aleo’s latest Nashville Assassins novel about a very bad boy and the good girl he can’t resist.
Cocktails and Books gave Blue Lines 5 glasses! Marie Haney, Reviewer’s Thoughts: Toni Aleo hits a new high with Blue Lines, the fourth book in her Assassins series featuring Erik Titov and Piper Allen. Erik and Piper have lives that are intertwined; their families are really close because Erik’s brother is married to Piper’s sister. Having been in love with him for years, Piper is shocked and excited when one day he approaches her and they spend an amazing night together. She doesn’t feel quite the same way about the fact that he broke it off with her and spent the next six months having sex with any female who looked his way. Despite his wayward ways, she has a [...]
It’s true, for a short time only EMPTY NET is just .99 – Are you an Assassins fan? Anxious for a sneak peak into BLUE LINES, Toni’s next release 12/9/13? Brush up on your Assassins storyline to prepare you for Piper’s story. And let me just say, it’s soooooooooooooooooo romantic! *sigh* Enjoy this FREE Snippet of Empty Net – and buy a copy for yourself, just .99: This book is for anyone who needs that reassurance that your Happily Ever After is out there. It will happen. Don’t give up. Chapter 1 It figured that Audrey Parker would get dumped the day of her sister’s bachelorette party. It was just her luck. As Audrey stood outside of Wanna B’s bar [...]
Toni Aleo a wife, mother of two and a bulldog, and also a hopeless romantic is the author of the fabulous Assassins Hockey Series — Join us for the celebration of the re-release of The Assassins Hockey Series including: Taking Shots; Trying to Score and Empty Net – on sale 4/23/13: a Rafflecopter giveaway About the books:
So thrilled to share Toni’s next release, on sale 8/12/2013 – BLUE LINES: Opposites do more than just attract in Tony Aleo’s latest Nashville Assassins novel about a very bad boy and the good girl he can’t resist.
After meeting my favorite hockey team, the Nashville Predators, I came home and sat in a complete daze. It was amazing to be surrounded by amazing men that love hockey as much as you do, but that wasn’t the reason my series was born. No, it was meeting the most amazing player in hockey, and that’s Shea Weber. He was huge, towering over me with a playoff bear that could make a grown man cry. He was sweet and smiled, and talked to me like I was his friend.
Growing up, my mother always read. It used to bother me, I didn’t understand what kept her so entrapped with these novels that had gross looking guys on them. She would tell me that it was the love story that she loved. I could identify with that because I was and still am the biggest hopeless romantic.
Why being a HOCKEY romance author rocks my socks! I have always enjoyed the whole romance world, being a hopeless romantic it’s expected but then I discovered that there were hockey romances and my heart exploded. Honestly. Big, rough, rugged guys throwing their hearts on the ice for a woman to have? UGH YEAH! SIGN ME UP! But before I get to those sexy men, let me start from the beginning. I haven’t always been a hockey fan. Growing up, I was really into music and singing, things like that. I did do my stint in softball but that was only to keep my sexy girlish figure.
Ladies, meet Shea – TAKING SHOTS introduces a hot new series from Toni Aleo and her hunky Assassin team, a series that’s all about hockey & romance — with the NHL out of lockdown Shea and the Assassins will be on the road too – check out this series on our site, click here! Enjoy! From the staff on R@R
I love hockey — I follow blogs that talk about hockey, go to as many games as financially possible and even own a few of the Redwings jersey’s . . . . and right now the Redwings are in the playoff’s for the Stanley Cup only they are down one game — well, it is still early but they are not sweeping their opponent and that is making me nervous. It is such an exciting, fast game don’t you think? All of these really good looking sexy guys fly across the ice – love it! I also love romance stories that include sports, hockey in particular – Rachel Gibson did a great job with her last series – Deidre Martin [...]