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How steamy is it? Hot Damn

Publisher's Summary

When hockey phenom Billie-Jo Barker returns home and decides to play in the local Friday night hockey league, all hell breaks loose. Not because Billie's talent is in question but because Billie is a woman. And though these are modern times, some of the local guys still have a problem letting a girl into their "men's club".

Soon Billie is at the center of a small -own battle of the sexes, with everyone choosing sides. Her sisters. The townsfolk. Her friends. And yet the only person whose opinion she cares about doesn't seem to care much at all. Logan Forest, the man who broke her heart when she was 18 and the man she now shares the bench with every Friday night.

She's got a lot to prove. Though Billie-Jo Barker scores on the ice, will this girl ever score with the man of her dreams?

©2012 Juliana Stone (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Girl hockey!

This was a fun story about a small town girl who comes home after she gets a career ending injury from playing professional hockey. The folks in her town are not very open minded when she joins a amateur hockey league that plays for fun, since she's a woman. The hero feels that they should just shut up and leave her alone. The story is entertaining and the narration is great, Maxine Mitchell can narrate anything.

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Fun and heartfelt

The story of boy knows girl; boy finally realizes he loves the girl; gets angry at the girl; and, finally gets the girl. BUT hockey? Loved it! The narrator was awesome with none of the phoney voice changes per character! And, the sex... let's just say it'll have you "dancing" in your seat! Very well done!!!! So, check it out!

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Simply Wonderful!

Julian Stone & Maxine Mitchell catch the readers attention from the first page to the last.

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Girl vs boys

Love this book about how she still has to prove herself in mens hockey and great narration of it too.

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Big fan of this Barker sister

I would give this a 3.5. For the most part I enjoyed the main characters Bille-Jo and Logan. Billie-Jo is a retired hockey player who returns home. She causes trouble when she wants to join the all guys hockey league. I admire her spunk and her strength. Most of the town isn't happy with her when she joins and some go out of their way to let her know. One person who isn't happy with her is her own sister.

Billie-Jo is just trying to put her life back together after an injury ends her hockey career. I was shocked at how some of her neighbors and her own family react to her being back in town. For the most part I liked Logan. He did have a few moments when he acted stupid, but he did redeem himself.