It’s hard to go wrong with anything by Catherine Gayle and GAME BREAKER is no exception. This book doesn’t shy away from hard topics like race, sexuality, and sexism. It is a book that makes you think while giving you a sweet romance that takes the edge off some of the harshness. Great characters will suck you in and keep you invested throughout the entire book. Definitely recommend!
He’s becoming a Game Breaker on the ice.
With the playoffs right around the corner, Nate “Ghost” Golston is focused on only one thing—getting the Portland Storm to the Finals so he can finally hoist the Cup. But when opposing teams’ fans start getting under his skin, he can’t ignore the ridicule that’s suddenly all over the Internet. With each degrading word slung over the boards, he strains to keep his focus on the ice. Now, everything he’s worked for is in jeopardy.
She’s facing off with the Game Makers.
Stunning sports reporter and aspiring filmmaker Anne Dennison is determined to use her smarts to get ahead in a male-dominated career. Producing a behind-the-scenes web series brings Anne up close and personal with skilled, sexy Nate. Sparks fly, putting her plans in danger. For Anne to succeed, she has to capitalize on Nate’s struggles.
Wanting to be together, they know they must bend for each other before one of them breaks. If they can’t, it’s Game Over.