Friday, March 11, 2016

Bennett (On the Line, #2) is now up for pre-order and will be released on March 15th. Killian (On the Line, #1) is just .99¢ for a limited time! 

Bennett (On the Line, #2)
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Bennett Morse devotes his time to chasing two things: an NHL career and women. He’s the easygoing member of his three-man line on the Fenway Flyers, content to play the game he loves and soak up the female attention it brings – as long as it’s from a different woman each time. He learned the hard way that choosing only one leads to heartache.

Newly single attorney Charlotte Holloway finds just what she needs in Bennett – a sweet, sexy man to ease the burn of her recent breakup. One night is all she wants from the left winger who seems to have all the right moves. Soon circumstance draws her back to Bennett, and the sparks between them become a fiery blaze. But with the stakes high, will they risk it all and put their hearts on the line?

KILLIAN (On the Line, #1)
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Killian Bosch knows he’s his own worst enemy – he just doesn’t give a damn. The star forward of a minor league hockey team, he’s unstoppable on the ice. His reckless behavior, devil-may-care attitude and complete disregard for consequences have made him a major source of headaches for the Fenway Flyers’ brass.

But the new Flyers owner is more steel than brass. Sidney Stahl is a disciplined woman who parlayed earnings from a college job into a real estate empire. She’s determined to transform the Flyers from marketing nightmare to hockey powerhouse. Once she gets Killian in line, she knows the rest of the team will follow his lead.

The seduction of his sexy new team owner is a challenge too forbidden for Killian to resist. Sidney plays into his attraction as a means of controlling him, but soon finds that she’s the one surrendering. It’s all on the line as Killian and Sidney are forced to choose - business or pleasure?

I’d been dreaming of the big time since I was a kid. I was on the first line of my team, but Killian was a notch ahead of me. He’d get the call before me. And he deserved it.
Would my time ever come? Or would I be trolling around Fenway, Indiana after games looking for a hookup until my body wore out or I retired from the minors?
Those questions always made me pensive. Normally, I was happy-go-lucky, but wondering if I’d ever make it was tough. I was about to get up and go home to sleep off my mood when a woman flopped down on the barstool next to me.
She was stunning, with long, dark blond curls and blue eyes. I just stared for a second, too mesmerized to consider how rude it was.
“Charlotte,” Molly said, smiling as she walked over. “How are you?”
“Not good,” Charlotte said. “Bring me all the alcohol, Moll.”
“Got it. I’ll break out the strong stuff.”
Charlotte was trying to take off her coat, but her arm was stuck in the sleeve.
“Need some help?” I offered.
“No,” she snapped, still trying to get her arm out. “Well, maybe.”
I held back a smile as I took hold of the coat sleeve to help her.
“Rough night?” I asked.
She blew out a breath and nodded. “Pretty shitty.”
“I’m sorry.”
“Why are men so horrible?”
Molly slid a Long Island Iced Tea toward Charlotte and she took a big drink, cringing as she set the glass back down. “Wow, that’s strong.”
“Yeah, careful with those,” I said. “You’ll get wasted fast.”
“Sounds amazing right now.”
I arched a brow at her. “You drink much?”
“I got so drunk in college once that I threw up.” Her chin was raised defiantly. Damn, I liked this girl.
“Yeah, well, a couple of those and you’ll be that drunk again.”
She took another sip of the drink and sat in silence.
“Not all men are horrible,” I said after a minute.
“You asked why men are so horrible, and I’m just saying, not all of us are.”


Brenda Rothert is an Illinois native who was a print journalist for nine years. She made the jump from fact to fiction in 2013 and never looked back. From new adult to steamy contemporary romance, Brenda creates fresh characters in every story she tells. She’s a lover of Diet Coke, chocolate, lazy weekends and happily ever afters.
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