He’s a professional hockey player trying to survive on his new team. I’m just trying to survive.
I’m down to my last dollar.
I live day-to-day in a world that doesn’t care.
Despite my bad luck, I’m a fighter.
I never give up. I never stop trying.
Ryan Parker’s wealth and generosity, sets him apart from anyone I know.
Yet, I don’t trust him.
It’s nothing personal. I trust no one.
But when my bad luck takes a turn for the worse, one person shows up.
I do not understand why he bothered because the guy has enough of his own issues to deal with.
But I don’t have a choice.
I need him. It’s a matter of survival.
His friendship changed everything.
It changed me.
I started to believe in myself.
I allowed myself to trust.
And for the first time, in a long time, I felt my heart beat again.
In the game of love, winning is harder than it looks.
I don’t know the rules.
I don’t know how to win.
But I’ll play my heart out until the whistle blows.
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Odette Stone lives in beautiful Vancouver, BC. She writes Contemporary Romance novels but when it comes to reading, she devours pretty much everything.
When you can pull Odette away from her book boyfriend, you might find her walking along the sea wall, biking on paths near the beach, drinking copious amounts of coffee or being a general pest to her real-life boyfriend, who’s nickname for her is Weasy (long story).
When she can spare the time and she’s feeling particularly sporty, she will get out for a round of golf or perhaps a kayak session. She prefers the two-person kayak, because her arms gets tired after about ten minutes. Be warned.
She’s backpacked/traveled (or worked) in sixteen different countries, so if you need an expert on packing your bags, she’s your person. She self-references as a “friendly-introvert” who can fake her way through any social situation, but would be perfectly happy living as a recluse on some island – as long as she had internet.
Odette Quote, “I love writing strong, alpha males. They, in my mind, are a unique breed of men.”