The Risk Taker 🎧 Now On Audio

The Risk Taker from Gina Azzi 🎧 Now On Audio

My brother’s best friend, NHL god Easton Scotch, has always seen me as a kid. Now, I’m his new roommate and I’m determined to show him that Claire Merrick is all grown up.

Boston Hawks left wing and bad boy personified, Easton is untouchable, reckless, and sexier than any one man ought to be. He has a complicated past, makes questionable life choices, and doesn’t want anyone growing too close. Least of all me.

East makes himself clear on his first day out of rehab, when we become reluctant roommates. At best, I’m angling for friendship. But soon, East is lowering his guard and we’re bonding.

When we cross a line there’s no coming back from, he spirals, jeopardizing his recovery and my heart. If Easton is the risk taker, then why does it feel like I’m the one gambling it all?


The Risk Taker: A Brother's Best Friend Hockey Romance (Boston Hawks Hockey)


Gina Azzi writes emotional and captivating contemporary romance novels with heart-warming happily-ever-afters. She is the author of Second Chance Chicago Series, The Kane Brothers Series, Finding Love in Scotland Series, The College Pact Series, and Corner of Ocean and Bay. All of her books can be read as stand-alones.

A Jersey girl at heart, Gina has spent her twenties traveling the world, living and working abroad, before settling down in Ontario, Canada with her husband and three children. She’s a voracious reader, daydreamer, and coffee enthusiast who loves meeting new people. Say hey to her on social media or through




When Easton used alcohol to numb the pain of his childhood he found himself in rehab which has placed his hockey career in jeopardy. With the help and support of his brother and his teammates he has completed the program and is determined to remain sober and resume his life. With his brother about to become a father he finds himself with a tempting new roommate.

Claire has finished college and is trying to determine which direction she wants her career to take so living with Easton will not only give her the independence she craves but she has had feelings for him for as long as she can remember. As they spend time together the chemistry ignites but will their relationship help or hinder Easton’s recovery?

I really enjoyed the growth of both these characters as Easton realized who he should have in his life and who he shouldn’t, and they are so supportive of each other which only makes their relationship that much stronger. The narrators did a wonderful of bringing out all the emotions of the characters and their journey. 🎧The Flock

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