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Hockey Pages: “Burning Up the Ice” by T.A. Chase and Devon Rhodes

Burning Up the Ice by T.A. Chase and Devon Rhodes lives up to its name in a few ways. This book not only deals in hockey, but there’s also curling! To ice sports meet up in one book—SCORE! There’s a … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: “Blood On The Ice” by Katriena Knights

I was dubious when I initially heard about Blood on the Ice by Katriena Knights. Sure, it had the attraction of having some gay hockey players in it, but one of the key aspects to the story was that the … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: “The Eloquent Jock” and “Hiding In Plain Sight” by Cassandra Carr

PuckBuddys introduced readers to Cassandra Carr last August with her book See the Light, which followed the budding romance between an Olympic hockey player and one of his coaches. An avid hockey fan, it’s not surprising that Carr has more hockey … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Why Does the Red Wings Guy Write A Book Set Near Pittsburgh?

As I wrote the headline above, I could hear Mike, my friend in Pittsburgh, loud and clear in my head calling out “GO PENS!” People who routinely read my PuckBuddy’s posts know that the Red Wings are my primary team. … Continue reading

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Face Off

Editor’s Note: Jeff Adams, due out with his hockey romance book soon, isn’t the only author in the stable. Kyle tried his hand at publishing recently and is the author of a short story that’s available for download on Amazon. Face … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: See the Light by Cassandra Carr

The Winter Olympics are months away, but you can take a trip to the Olympics early with Cassandra Carr’s See the Light. In the story we meet Jason Monroe, a New Jersey Devils defensemen and part of Team USA, and … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: Noah by Ben Ryder

Welcome to the middle of summer, when hockey withdrawal pains can hit in full force. Luckily there are some great reads out there that will have you thinking hockey, and more importantly hockey players, through the off-season. Ben Ryder’s Noah … Continue reading

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