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Wild for the Warrior: New York Heat #1

Emmy Joel

ISBN 9781420142167
Publish Date 8/29/2017
Format Paperback
Categories Contemporary, Zebra, New Series, Fresh Voices
List Price: $7.99
Upcoming August 29, 2017

The New York Heat professional hockey team is known for its speed and grit—and for the three biggest badasses in the sport: the Swift brothers. Fighting to overcome their damaged pasts, they need a certain kind of woman to melt the chips on their shoulders—and their cold, hard hearts . . .

Winning is the only thing on defenseman Axel “Warrior” Swift’s mind. And if crushing bodies on the ice—and keeping his distance off the ice—is how he has to do it, then so be it. But low morale is affecting the locker room and the top brass needs the team to fall in line. . . Now. The solution? Life coach Vienna Ivory.

Helping to turn the Heat’s season around could give Vienna the career break she needs to prove that she’s no pampered, Ivy League princess. But when a player’s wedding implodes—and Vienna’s blamed for it—there’s nothing left to lose other than the professional lines she swore she’d never cross. So when she finds herself facing off with dirty-talking Axel in the abandoned honeymoon suite, she’s ready to make a play for pleasure. And damn the penalty. . .

“Searingly sexy and dripping with heat and sensuality. A must-read.” —Kate Meader, USA Today bestselling author.

About Emmy Joel:

Emmy Joel is an American novelist. The author of powerful contemporary novels that are rich with emotion and sizzling heat, she credits Jane Austen for her love of writing. Her edgy, provocative, sensual works contain the element she considers most vital in fiction—realism.

When she’s not entertaining her computer with smart and quirky stories, Emmy unwinds with a sketch pad and a pencil or treats herself to an eclectic collection of music paired with a bubbly drink. Her favorite things include books—of course—peppermint, fuzzy blankets, concerts, high-end window-shopping, the seaside and the countryside, naughty humor, and kisses from things with whiskers.

She resides in the American North, where she considers her wit a blessing and her compassion a virtue, but desperately regrets not being a piano prodigy.

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