Power Play : Scoring Chances

  • by Avon Gale
  • Narrated by Scott R. Smith
  • Series: Scoring Chances
  • 6 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Scoring Chances novel.
A freak accident during the Stanley Cup Playoffs put an end to Max Ashford's hockey career. Despite everything, Max gets back into the game he loves - only this time, behind the bench as an assistant coach of the Spartanburg Spitfires, the worst team in the entire league. But nothing prepares him for the shock when he learns the new head coach is Misha Samarin, the man who caused Max's accident.
After spending years guilt-ridden for his part in Max's accident, Russian native Misha Samarin has no idea what to do when he's confronted with Max's presence. Max's optimism plays havoc with Misha's equilibrium - as does the fierce attraction that springs up between them.
They must navigate not only Misha's remorse and a past he's spent a lifetime trying to forget, but also a sleazy GM who is determined to use their history as a marketing hook. But when an unwelcome visitor targets a player, Misha revisits his darkest days, and that might cost him and Max the beginning they've worked so hard to build.

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Must read

I've been nothing but impressed with this series. Fun and sexy. Lots of great humour with a serious twist or maybe a serious story with a comedic twist. Which ever it is it's such a great series. I also loved that Scott R Smith put on some additional voices for this book.
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- Mandy ryder

My favourite so far

Would you listen to Power Play again? Why?

Yes, it's funny and warm, sexy and interesting. I loved this book. I've enjoyed all of Avon Gale's stories but this one seemed especially good in audio form.


What did you like best about this story?

The wonderful characters, given a distinct voice by Scott R Smith


What does Scott R. Smith bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

An extra depth, a twist on the words that you might not have 'read' yourself.


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

I just loved Misha coming to terms with his guilt and realising he deserved forgiveness


Any additional comments?

Very worthwhile read.

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- Geraldine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-10-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC