Fifteen months ago, my life was turned upside down when the plane I was piloting went down. Injured and trapped in the wreckage, I had to watch my fiancée die a painfully slow death, which is something that can really mess with your head.
Since that day, I’ve had little desire to do much of anything. Except play hockey, that is. Because that is the one place where the bad memories are banished and I can escape my pain.
But off the ice, I’m spiraling out of control. Losing the grip on my life and putting myself and my career in danger. Now, thanks to a string of bad decisions, I’ve been ordered to complete therapy in order to stay on the team.
The problem? Nora Wayne, my beautiful and somewhat unconventional therapist. I can’t buy into the brand of happy clappy crap this woman is feeding me. What could she possibly understand about the type of loss that I’ve suffered? How does she know anything about finding happiness after losing the most important person in your life?
Turns out, I’ve got a lot to learn, and she’s just the person I need to break through those walls I’ve erected.
I am not okay.
But for the first time in a long time, I know that I will be.
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Tacker - it's the one story line that I've been waiting for since we were first introduced to to this character in the Arizona Vengeance series. Tacker may be fantastic hockey player, but he is tortured with guilt.
This book did not disappoint. The relationship between these characters were probably borderline inappropriate, but it all worked out for the best.
Tacker life has spiraled out of control after watching his fiancée die in a plane crash, that he was flying. After that, he's been angry and closed off and it's been noticed by his teammates and coaching staff. Tacker eventually hits rock bottom and is required by his contract that he attends therapy to work on himself, before he can get back on the ice and play. There's nothing worse that talking about his feelings to some doctor.
Can we get Aaron Wylde's book next? This player definitely has a story there!
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