Here are snippets from some early reviews:
"Willoughby's second In the Zone contemporary sports romance (after On the Surface) is a real charmer."
"With this second book in the series, this author just made my "auto-buy author" list!!"
5 stars, Christi of Smitten With Reading
"As long as Kate Willoughby keeps writing, I will keep reading her wonderful books."
- 4.5 stars, Steffi from Swept Away by Romance.
"Kate Willoughby's writing is fantastic, her story is fast paced, fun and throws in a few laughs. I find myself not wanting the story to end..."
-4 stars, Jac of For Love and Books
"I enjoyed the book so much that I have gone back and purchased the first book in the series..."
-5 stars, Christine Mize
All you readers who pre-ordered, you should have already received the book. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for trusting I would tell you a good story. (Is the bird thing a stretch? Sorry. LOL)
Today, Tim Hollander will no longer be the only Barracuda swimming in the literary seas. (Sorry for the horrible metaphor. I'm a little tired from trying to make my deadline for book three.) He has a brother standing beside him. My plan is to keep writing hockey romances as long as it's fun and I have new stories to tell. (Here are four guys from the LA Kings who are/were like brothers: Mike Richards, Drew Doughty, Dustin Penner who sadly is no longer a King, and Jeff Carter, recently married.)
In the pipeline is Alex Sullivan's story, OUT OF THE GAME, book 3 of my In the Zone series. After that, I have ideas jotted down about Jason Locke's story, and a few thousand words written about Dustin DeVries.
In the meantime, check out Calder Griffin and see how he makes it work (any Tim Gunn fans out there?) with Becca Chen. She's an Asian restauranteur. He's an NHL player returning to the ice after being injured. Committed to their jobs and with thousands of miles between them, they don't stand a chance.
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