Puck Me Secretly by Odette Stone
I’ve never been in love. I’ve never had an orgasm, but I’ve faked plenty. I want to experience love. Real, passionate love. I don’t want to die. It’s funny what blurts out of your mouth when the plane you’re on is going down, and I didn’t hold back with my seat mate when my plane decided to crash. My hysterical confessions didn’t faze the muscular stranger that sat beside me. In fact, he promised if we survived, he’d give me my first orgasm. We survived. I came. And then he left without telling me who he was. On the first day of my job, I stood in front of the Vancouver Wolves hockey team and called out a number. #33. Imagine my shock when he skated forward. Max is an incredible hockey player, whose wild, out-of-control antics have almost derailed his career. So many secrets shroud his past and continue to threaten his future. Now he’s my secret. And that secret could ruin everything. Puck Me SECRETLY. Some secrets are too big to keep. This book is 86,000 words and is a full-length standalone romance intended for adult audiences only. Read all the Guilty Series Navy SEAL romances: 1. My Fiancé’s Brother: Book 1 2. My Fiancé’s Brother: Book 2 3. My Fake Fiancé: Book 3, standalone 4. My Donut Princess: free novella Read all the Vancouver Wolves Hockey romances: 1. Puck Me Secretly 2. Home Game 3. Hook My Heart: free novella
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