Shot on Goal by Jami Davenport

Release Date: 09.12.2018


When you're at the top, there's nowhere to go but down.

Two talented skaters. Two bright futures. Two shining stars. One ruined by a career-ending scandal and another by a father's ruthless ambition.

Marina Sanders was the darling of the winter games, winning a bronze in figure skating one week after losing both parents in a car accident. Four years later, she was the most hated woman in America.

Drew Delacorte was the future of the Sockeyes hockey team, crowned the best young player in the league and heir-apparent to the hockey throne once occupied by his father. Only Drew doesn't want that throne. Despite being in the prime of his career, he's considering hanging up his skates.

Together they're fire and ice, and when things get that hot, they melt. Can these two broken souls find comfort and courage in each other's arms or will they find only pain and regret?


Shot On Goal was a great read.
I've paticularly enjoyed to follow the Sockeyes during the play off and their quest to the Stanley Cup.

Marina,our heroine,was a famous figure skater until all her dreams were destroyed by a scandal at the Olympic games that made her run from the Sates.Drew,our hero, is a great hockey player but he is crushing under the weight of his parents and team mates expectations.Our heroine after four years comes back home and becomes one of Drew's coaches.They have a lot in cmmon,they understand each other really well, and their chemistry is off the charts but they try to make the best choice to not ruin their careers.Will they succed?

Jami Davenport writing made me feel part of this story since the first chapter.I was really involved in the main characters lives,I've rejoiced with them and at times I've also cried for them.


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