Mr. Hockey
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Mr. Hockey by Raine Miller

A hotheaded winger with a superhero complex trying to live up to his father's great legacy rescues a desperate damsel-in-distress with ninety-nine problems and discovers he wants to be so much more than just her "friend" in this friends-with-benefits, he falls first, superhero hockey romance. "When people say I have a superhero complex I take it as a compliment." —Mikhail Zelenka, VEGAS CRUSH I met her on my way home from the gym one day. It was really more like she accused me of stalking her and other things that made no sense to me at the time. Reagan Marlowe was under the impression I was working for a Vegas crime boss about to give her the shakedown. I was under the impression she was straight-up crazy. Gorgeous AF, but crazy all the same. So later, when I came upon her with said shakedown in progress, I knew she wasn’t crazy at all, just terrified and in trouble. I didn’t hesitate to step in and rescue her from the real criminals in this story. She told me I was her own personal superhero and I probably saved her life. I told her I was just a hockey player who happened to be in the right place at the right time and we should probably be friends. So, we did that...we became friends. Our friendship even grew to include the occasional naked sleepover. But it was when she gave me the cool superhero name that I knew I wanted to be a lot more than just a friend who makes her see stars on one of our naked sleepovers. Yes, she’s got ninety-nine problems and a Vegas crime boss on her tail, but I can make it all go away. If she would just let me help. Did I mention she’s also stubborn AF as well as gorgeous? Mr. Hockey (that’s what she named me) has one more challenge before my mission is complete. Convincing Reagan Marlowe I’ll be her superhero forever. **Mr. HOCKEY can be read as a complete standalone sports romance. Each book in the Vegas Crush series is about a different couple.
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