Goal! 5 Romantic Hockey Heroes Worth Cheering For
Want to celebrate your favorite sport in the comfort of your own home? These hockey romances are a great place to start, featuring both high stakes games and passionate romances that will have you cheering from your place on the couch!
Ryan Price from Tough Guy by Rachael Reid
While he may be confident on the ice, Ryan actually suffers from anxiety in his everyday life, which isn’t helped when he runs into Fabian. He and Fabian almost kissed back in high school, and its clear his attraction to the aspiring artist hasn’t faded, especially as Fabian takes it upon himself to be Ryan’s guide through Toronto’s gay scene. This opposites attract story is a great male/male addition to the collection of any sports romance fan!
Ryu Mori from Goalie Interference by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn
Ryu has had an amazing year, which is why he doesn’t understand how Emmitt Armstrong can suddenly be competing for his spot. Soon, the competition between the two of them leads to a steamy connection that neither of them could have ever anticipated. This sizzling read is the second book in the Hat Trick miniseries, and you’ll definitely feel your temperature rise as you read about Ryu and Emmitt’s relationship.
Jordan Serenghetti from Power Play by Anna DePalo
Jordan may have a reputation for being irresistible, but that doesn’t mean his physical therapist has any intention of giving in to her feelings for him—after all, that would be totally inappropriate, even if they did once share a kiss that Jordan doesn’t even remember. Of course, neither of them can resist temptation for long. If you are looking for a passionate, hot read, this book should absolutely be next on your list.
Leo Wallace from An Unexpected Partnership by Teresa Southwick
Leo knows what it’s like to be tricked by an ex, so when Tess says she is pregnant with his child after a one nigh stand, he’s skeptical. However, as her family business needs saving, he agrees to be the partner she needs to help keep thing afloat—even if this hockey star isn’t sure he can open up his heart again. Celebrate unlikely romance with this heart melting read!
Mike Reimer from Crossing the Goal Line by Kim Findlay
Mike knows that sports and romance don’t mix, but that doesn’t mean the hockey player is able to ignore swim coach Bridget O’Reilly for long. He’s worried that focusing on romance will let his team down, and with the play-offs right around the corner, that’s just not something he can risk…or is it? With a romance as fast-paced as an actual hockey game, no sports romance fan will be able to put this book down.
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