Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Release Date: 05/19/15
Entangled Crush

The hometown hockey hero won’t know what hit him…

Karen Webber is in small-town hell. After her mother’s death, she moved to Corrigan Falls to live with strangers—her dad and his perfect, shiny new family—and there doesn’t seem to be room for a city girl with a chip on her shoulder. The only person who makes her feel like a real human being is Tyler MacDonald.

But Karen isn’t interested in starting something with a player. And that’s all she keeps hearing about Tyler.

Corrigan Falls is a hockey town, and Tyler’s the star player. But the viselike pressure from his father and his agent are sending him dangerously close to the edge. All people see is hockey—except Karen. Now they’ve managed to find something in each other that they both desperately need. And for the first time, Tyler is playing for keeps…

Cate Cameron grew up in the city but moved to the country in her mid-twenties and isn't looking back. Most of her writing deals with people living and loving in small towns or right out in the sticks - when there aren't entertainment options on every corner, other people get a lot more interesting!

She likes to write stories about real people struggling with real issues. YA, NA, or contemporary romance, her books are connected by their emphasis on subtle humor and characters who are trying to do the right thing, even when it would be a lot easier to do something wrong.

Center Ice begins when Karen moves to a new town to live with the father who was never their for her. She didn't want to live with her half siblings, and her step-mother but she didn't have a choice and now things aren't going so good. The only friend Karen finds is a boy named Tyler who seems to be a big shot around town, and a major player. But Karen doesn't want to listen to them, she just wants to enjoy the one person she found who is there for her. And Tyler needs someone on his side who isn't after something from him. 

These two made a great team in this book. I really enjoyed them together. This whole book was pretty interesting. I enjoyed the troubles that Karen had to go through, and also learning some of Tyler's issues as well. And of course the hockey was pretty cool too. 
The overall plot was very interesting, and I will say that I very much liked the book. 


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