Title: Chasing Paige
Series: Washington Guardians Hockey
Author: Ellen Devlin
Genre: Hockey Romance
Release Date: June 25, 2019
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
“Love at first sight.” It’s such a cliché. But when I saw her across a crowded room I couldn’t take my eyes off her.
One can say I’m the modest type. I don’t walk up to a girl, introduce myself and expect her to fall at my feet just because I’m a NHL player. If friends didn’t give me a little push me in her direction, I probably never would have approached her. But I’m so glad I did.
The electricity between us blew me away. From our first kiss to the first night we spent together it was clear. Paige was the one.
But something is holding her back, And with the trade deadline looming, she’s using it as an excuse to push me away.
Luckily, I know how to chase dreams; it’s how I made it to the NHL. I like a challenge, and I never quit until I get what I want.
And what I want is Paige.
Red Hatter Book Blog – “Chasing Paige is dipping cotton candy into powdered sugar and topping it off with frosting and sprinkles levels of sweet.”
Law firm office cog by day.
Writer of steamy romance by night.
Hockey fan all the time.
Ellen lives in the Northern Virginia area with her husband and two sons, along with various furry and scaly creatures.
Life is good.
Chris is a professional hockey player, but he is not your typical athlete as he is not an arrogant playboy but rather a sweet and sexy man with insecurities of his own. When his friends see that he is attracted to Paige they convince him to approach her.
Paige is a high school English teacher who has a painful past which is influencing her present. She is very attracted to Chris, but she believes that he is too good to be true and it will all come crashing down. Chris knows that Paige is all he has ever wanted but convincing her could be the greatest challenge he has ever faced.
This is the first book I have read by this author, but I would definitely read her future books. I enjoyed watching their relationship unfold and the secondary characters. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.