Book Reviews of Blindsided (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1716)

Blindsided (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1716)
Blindsided - Silhouette Special Edition, No 1716
Author: Leslie LaFoy
ISBN-13: 9780373247165
ISBN-10: 0373247168
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Entertaining Hockey story. Likeable characters with a good romance.
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After inheriting her brother's failing hockey team, single mom Cat took a shot at turning the team around. Her first goal-hire Logan to coach. His heart hadn't been in hockey since an accident had blinded him in one eye, ending his career.
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"I have a confession to make."

She touched her lower lip with her tongue and took a shaky breath. "I didn't wear this dress just to distract Ralph. "I also wanted to knock your socks off."

Whoa. If she could be that honest, so could he. "You succeeded. My toes are kind curled, too." (from the introduction page)
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Ex-hockey pro Logan Dupree had sworn never to return to the ice.
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I bought this book new and I'm sure I'll never read it because it's not my taste.
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Ex-hockey pro Logan Dupree had sworn never to return to the ice. Forced to leave the game after a dibilitating accident, he'd spent his days battered and world-weary, trying to forget his former life. Until struggling single mom Catherine Talbott walked through his door begging him to coach her hockey team, and he couldn't resist the job--or his new boss.

Catherine was immediately drawn to Logan-his tall build, penetrating eyes and deep voice made her desperate to warm his chilled heart-both on and off the ice. Working so closely with him made it difficult to resist temptation, even though she knew he wasn't the type to settle down. But would seducing a man so reluctant to love bring heartbreak, or was Catherine exactly what Logan needed?
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