My parents told me I skated before I walked. When I was eighteen I was drafted
into the N.H.L third overall, playing in Los Angeles—the city of dreams. What
more could I ask for? I played hard, but eventually, I partied even harder.
Five years later I was traded a week after I entered rehab. There was no time
for anything except my health and making sure I’d come out on top. I had to be
better. There wasn’t another option.

One of the rules of recovery was
‘don’t fall in love’ and I made it a top priority. She was off limits in every
single way.
Until it was too late

When you grow up surrounded by hockey players you know one thing for sure, I
was never going to settle down with one. Heck, I didn’t even know what icing
was. I was too busy climbing the corporate ladder, becoming one of the most
successful realtors in New York City. I wasn’t interested in dating or anything
that got in my way.

First, he was my client and then
he became my friend.
One night, one decision, one act
can derail everything.
When push comes to shove, I’m
only certain that, This is Wild.


Viktor is a man who was on top of the world until it all came crashing down.   He has completed rehab, is looking for a new beginning in NY and is determined to ensure that the behaviors that caused his downfalls remain in the past and don’t become part of his present.   Part of that process is no emotional involvements but keeping his distance from Zoe, his realtor, may be his biggest challenge of all.

Zoe may have been raised surrounded by hockey, but she knows that it is not the life for her.    She has no interest in getting involved with a hockey player, but she soon realizes that there is so much  more to her new client Viktor, besides hockey.

They both know that anything more than friends is not possible but what happens if friends are no longer enough?

Words can not describe the emotional journey this story takes you on.     You can feel the depth of emotion that both Viktor and Zoe feel and at times you despair that they will find their way back to each other but sometimes the best things happen in life at the worst possible time.   This is a story of love, healing and forgiveness that you won’t soon forget.


When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers
flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals.
You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or
possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her
characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…



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