Ryker 🏒 Available Now

 Release Date: May 19

After years of trying to get back home to be closer to my daughter, I finally secured a spot on the newly expanded San Francisco Shockwaves.

Juggling being the newly appointed Captain of the team and taking on full-time fatherhood to a teenager sends my life into chaos.

I quickly find myself needing someone who can pick up the pieces and keep my life in order as I certainly can’t do it alone.

I just never thought my savior would be the sexy woman next door- the one I can’t keep my mind or eyes off every chance I get.

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Ryker is a professional hockey player who is happy to become the captain of the Shockwaves as it allows him to be close to his teenaged daughter Ellie. The responsibilities and time commitment that his career demands is difficult enough but not living near his daughter only made it that much more difficult. When he meets his new neighbor, it seems like fate as not only he is immediately drawn to her, but his daughter is as well.
Avery works from home so after meeting Ryker and Ellie she agrees to look after her when Ryker has games out of town. As they spend time together, she becomes close to father and daughter, but will their friendship turn into love?
This is a heartwarming and conflict free story about love and family. Neither Ryker nor Avery were looking for a relationship but with the help of Ellie they realize that some things are meant to be.

Meet Samantha Lind

Samantha Lind is a contemporary romance author. Having spent the first 27 years of her life in Alaska, she now calls Iowa home where she lives with her husband and two sons. 

She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, reading, watching hockey (Go Knights Go!), and listening to country music.





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