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Firefighter Adam’s life changed in an instant. Cameron is haunted by his past. Can one small boy show these two men that bravery starts in their hearts.
Saving a child trapped in a car wasn’t firefighter Adam being a hero; it was instinct. When the injuries he suffers means he can no longer do the job he loved, he turns to a new way of making a difference, working with children who have lost family in fires.
When his family is torn apart by tragedy, Cameron isn’t able to make any sense of his life. Working in construction on a children’s home is part of his healing process, but sometimes the days never end, and he knows he’s losing his way. How can he be a father to his son, when all he wants to do is mourn?
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Tate Collins used to be the highly marketable face of Dallas hockey. With charity work, good deeds, friending rookies, and working closely with the local children’s hospital, he was good and perfect and an all-American nice guy. Until under pressure to conform, he proposes to his current girlfriend, who then decides that he is her ticket to fame and fortune. When she signs up for the new season of a hockey wives reality show, she shares things his team mates had told him in private, and in doing so exposes more of him than he ever wanted people to know. As the fact that he cried with Titanic, or that he has a huge collection of Star Wars figures, or worse, that he had a secret crush on Tennant Rowe.
Traded to the Arizona Raptors, he arrives determined to make it work and resolving to make a difference. Until that is, he arrives in the locker room and realizes that he doesn’t fit in. Not only do puck bunnies swarm him at every turn, but no one on the team will talk to him about anything but hockey, they never ask him out for team meals, and prank him at every turn. The only person who seems to trust him is the icy Russian D-man, Vlad, but not even that support is making things work with the team. Tate knows something has to change, but maybe falling for the captain of the team wouldn’t be Tate’s best move.
Vladislov Novikov has been called many things over his long and illustrious career, but the nickname of Iceberg seemed to stick best. Perhaps it’s due to his icy blue eyes, or the way he rams into opposing players as he defends his goalie or teammates. Maybe it’s because of his cool demeanor when not playing the game he loves. Vlad wouldn’t say he’s cold-hearted, he’s just guarded and discreet, picking lovers much like himself: mature, self-possessed men who are willing to let him be in charge when things get rough. Which is why he’s the perfect team captain for this wild bunch of puck-pushers.
Life is smooth as ice until Tate Collins rides into Tucson with his boyish charm, his captivating smile, his apple pie ways, and those damn dimples. The young superstar immediately catches his discerning eye, and despite knowing better than to start something with a teammate, the big, bad iceberg is about to have that chilly wall around his heart melted away by Tate one sweet kiss at a time.More info →