I didn’t think I was missing anything. I had my son, a great career, and a home that I’d made for both of us. One puck over the glass at a hockey game made me realize I wanted more. The larger-than-life hockey player inserted himself into our world and I never wanted to let him go.
The thing is, I don’t know if I’m strong enough to keep him.
My home was on the ice, with a stick in my hand and a puck on my tape. It took one little boy with a toothless smile and his spitfire mother to change all that. I wanted them to be my home and I was willing to take all the penalties necessary to make it happen.
Now I just have to convince her that we can handle it all together.
Melding three lives into one isn’t as easy as it seems, especially with the traveling, the media, and the insecurities. Savannah and Porter have to decide whether to use the breakaway to head to the goal or take a seat on the bench.
*Each story is completely standalone.
Welcome to my stop on the tour for the latest in the 425 Madison series, Two For Holding! Not sure what else to say except that this has been the absolute best novel in this series!
Just kidding, as far as nothing else to say, but hands down this is the best book so far! Why did I love it so much? First, the characters! They are all perfect, yet realistic. Imagine finally meeting your knight in shining armor while in jeans and a t-shirt… Get my drift?
I am new to Kay Gordon’s writing but she blew me away with her characterization, as well as, her perfect balance of romance and real-life. When nurse and single-mother Savannah meets famous hockey player Porter, you aren’t really sure how things will go. But he proves himself again and again.
The star of this novel, however, was Savannah’s young son Logan. He reminded me so much of my baby (that is now 20 years old) with his sweet yet mature demeanor. And when Porter fell in love with little Logan, my heart was officially stolen!
The dark horse, in a positive way, was Theo. I’m hoping, crossing my fingers, and sending up prayers that he will get his own 425 Madison story, but even if he doesn’t, I loved him nonetheless.
This is the best feel-good book that I have read in a while and cannot recommend it enough! There are a few mentions regarding previous characters but this is absolutely a stand-alone so take a chance on this one!