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Will a killer accomplish the greatest hat trick of his career?

Sam Walters has made a deal with the devil. In order to win a much-needed contract as physical therapist to one of the NHL’s leading hockey teams, she must delay the recovery of their sniper, Mac Wanowski. The trouble is, the more she gets to know the taciturn hockey player, the more she aches to help him.

Mac ‘The Hammer’ Wanowski has chased the Stanley Cup dream for too many years. Last time he was close it cost him his wife. As injuries continue to plague the team, Mac works to catch a killer and keep the woman he’s come to love from the hands of a madman.

Hockey can be a dangerous sport, especially when millions of dollars are at stake.


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In other circumstances, he might have been tempted to explore the sparks between himself and the hockey therapist, but Mac wasn’t looking for a relationship, and she had serious enquiries only written all over her delectable body.


Mac halted on the edge of the tree line and eyed the distance between them and the relative protection of the cabin. He’d assured Sam their shooter was nothing more than an inept hunter, but he wasn’t so sure. Something about the guy’s stance and his effort to stay hidden, even after the accidental shot, didn’t ring true. There were too many coincidences and they all seemed directed toward keeping him away from the playoffs. As soon as they got to the landline he planned to call Doc and get Sam off the mountain.

“Tired?” she asked, her husky voice a warm caress.

He turned and a wry smile twisted his lips. Her perky hat was squashed on one side from her fall, twigs embedded in the thick white fur and one lone jaunty leaf sticking out the top like Robin Hood’s feather.

“What’s so funny?” she asked, glancing over her shoulder.

Now the smile became a grin. “You have a… ah…” He plucked the feather/leaf from her cap.

“Oh,” she said, startled. She met his gaze with a sparkle lighting her incredible blue eyes. “Don’t like my fashion sense?”

He liked that about her. She had a quirky sense of humor. They’d been through a stressful day and here she was, a beautiful smile on those luscious lips as she made fun of her dishevelment. Sam wasn’t like any woman he’d ever met. “I like it… you, just fine,” he admitted.

She blushed rather adorably. “You’re not so bad yourself.” She shivered and stared wistfully at the promising heat of the cabin. “Is it safe?”

Which proved she was as smart as she was gorgeous.

“I guess we’ll find out.” He readjusted the crutches under his arms. “I’ll go first. Wait a few minutes, then follow.”

She shook her head and pushed past before he realized what she was up to.

“Sam,” he called, trying not to trip over his snowshoes as he got turned around. “Give me skates over these rabbit feet any day,” he muttered. “Sam, wait.”

“Not sure if you heard, Wanowski, but it’s the twenty-first century, women’s lib is a thing. Besides. I’m not the one who’s injured.” She set off at a brisk pace, her snow bunny outfit a bright splash of color in the black and white scenery.

In other circumstances, he might have been tempted to explore the sparks between him and the therapist, but Mac wasn’t looking for a relationship, and she had serious enquiries only written all over her delectable body.

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Jacquie Biggar

My heroes are tough, alpha males who know what they want. That is until they get gob-smacked by heroines who are strong, contemporary women willing to show them what they really need is love.

I’ve been blessed with a long, happy marriage and enjoy writing romance novels that end with happy-ever-afters.

Jacquie Biggar has a wonderful gift for writing hot and extremely likable military men!

Jacqui Nelson

From the time Jacquie was twelve years old, she knew she wanted to be a writer. That year she wrote a short story called Count Daffodil after spending countless hours searching for ideas. The story garnered Jacquie an A and was read aloud through the school’s loudspeaker system. Needless to say, after that she was hooked.

Jacquie grew up, married her best friend, raised a family and left her writing urges to simmer in the background unattended.

She owned and operated a successful diner in her hometown for a number of wonderful years before deciding to live her dream of becoming an author.

Jacquie’s first book, Tidal Falls, a romantic suspense novel about second chances, released September of 2014.

Connect with Jacquie here: Jbiggar@jacqbiggar.com






  1. My home right now is full of amazing fall colors of yellow, cream brown oak, vibrant oranges,burntred and those are just the color of the leaves ,then there is the smell of anchent ever greens and burning fire’s from the chimnies all a wanderfull scent of fall I love it, last but not least Halloween decorations every where scare crows sitting on bales of hae pumpkins with evil grins cornstalks keeping them company. I sit outside with a warm glow in my bell and heart, this is home the Canadian great north and I love it with pride. KAT

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  2. Hi Jacquie, I couldn’t thank you on Norah’s ‘Schooldays site’ – as it went completely haywire…In answer to your questions about Wales and Canada. My mother was Welsh and had lots of relatives in South Wales. Inland, it was very peaceful (though not on the coast…) and my aunt was a lovely soul. When the Suez Crisis was in full flow, we lived in Toronto and I worked for Canadian Reinsurance, down town. We travelled to Montreal and all over the various lakes and Niagara and had a whale of a time.It’s a beautiful country but we, nevertheless, suffered homesickness and returned to the UK. We have good friends in Vancouver and stayed with them years later (visited Expo) and also fell in love with Vancouver island…Good luck with all your. obviously successful writing. Long may you reign! Best wishes. Joy x

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    1. Hi Joy, thanks for getting back to me 🙂
      I’d love to visit Wales one day. The pictures I’ve seen are of beautiful, serene GREEN hills and of course, the Welsh ponies (which I adore!)


  3. Hi, If ever you reach Wales, one special place is LAUGHARNE. It’s quite beautiful: I’ll try and sort some photos out for you..The poet DylanThomas (“Under Milk Wood”) lived in a boat house near the estuary. Tenby beach is memorable too…Cheers! xx

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    1. Hi Edie,
      Have you read Maggie’s Revenge? I’m currently working on a sequel to that book with more of their story. After the traumatic events Maggie endured, I didn’t feel it would be right for her to easily trust again, so I’m easing into their relationship.
      Don’t give up on me 🙂


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