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Coming soon! Back in Play by Lynda Aicher will be available July 14, 2015.
©2015 Lynda Aicher (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.
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5 out of 5 stars
By vicki on 12-08-16

Great book 2

What did you like most about Back in Play?

that just because they are professional hockey players doesn't mean they can't get an addiction

What was one of the most memorable moments of Back in Play?

Scott went to rehab

Which character – as performed by Cooper North – was your favourite?

Rachel she is a very strong character

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

yes..... Scott smashing his home up

Any additional comments?

great book

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3 out of 5 stars
By Rusty on 26-07-15

30 Something Gritty Drama

At first I was engrossed by the story of Scott (34), a professional hockey player with a drug problem who meets Rachel (35) a high school teacher. Their budding romance was complicated by his addiction and geography (they live in different states), emotional baggage from previous relationships. While the plot began with some humor and hot sex, the book soon turned gritty, complicated and weird.

Scott was basically a goodhearted man, who cared about his family & friends but was blinded by a relentless desire to keep playing a sport his body could no longer handle. Rachel wanted to get married and have children but quickly realized that Scott was not ready to give up his career.

In spite of the drugs, Scott was mostly gentle and loving. There was one scene where he slaps Rachel, which she accepted without protest - very weird. Scott was close to his sister and her children and otherwise seemed to like and respect women. Likewise, Rachel didn't seem like the wimpy type who would allow a man to hit her.

In another weird twist, Rachel's brother Rock acted extremely protective of her, threatening Scott with violence if he hurt his Rachel. Ironically, Rock worked at a BDSM club where he assists other men in beating, torturing and degrading women for thrills. Evidently he didn't care that those abused women were someone else's sister, daughter, mother or friend.

p.s. The narration was excellent.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jessica on 25-03-16

Excellent read

I really like the character development, twists in the plot, real life struggles and of course incredibly hot sex scenes!! Another winner by Lynda! I really like the Glaciers characters and The Den characters overlapping to!

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