Thin Ice

Thin Ice The Last Thing ER Doctor Emily Jordan Needs In Her Life Is Another Man To Let Her Down, And Certainly Not One Who Uses His Fists In His Work She S Seen Enough Of The Results Of Violence In The World, And Has No Use For Anyone Who Contributes To It Professional Hockey Player Eric Cameron Has Never Met A Woman Who Intrigued Him So Much Emily Jordan Has It All Brains And Beauty, A Home Of Her Own, A Career She Excels At, A Son Who Adores Her, And Loving Friends And Family To Help Her Bring It All Together In Way Eric Has Longed To Be A Part Of His Entire Life The Problem Is This Feisty, Independent Woman Wants Nothing To Do With Him And Has No Problem Letting Him Know It. Thin Ice was a realistic touching story of Emily who is a single mom with a violent past and Eric Cameron, a pro hockey star who is brought in to the ER after a bar brawl where she is a doctor I really enjoyed this story about Emily s struggles with her love for Eric and his love for the violent sport of hockey Emily is a strong heroine who knows what she wants but because of her abusive ex husband she
I feel sorry for this book Had i been on a better reading mood, it would have gotten a better rating from me Unfortunately, while i could understand and remind myself that the heroine was right to react the way she did towards the hero, at the beginning By the time i read passed half of the books, i began to get fed up The fact that they only started to get their head out of their.when my kindle read 90%, just sealed it into an ok read It s so sad because there was a good plot and good c I feel sorry for this book Had i been on a better reading mood, it would have gotten a better rating from
Laverentz crafts a sharp, yet edgy contemporary romance with Thin Ice Centered around the sport of hockey, Eric Cameron and Emily Jordan are haunted by their pasts, and before they can truly become a couple, they ll have to deal with the demons that threaten to tear them apart.Eric is a professional hockey player who has just been taken by the Minnesota Saints He s a bit of a drifter, going from team to team After a bar room brawl, he goes to the ER where he meets Doctor Emily Jordan He fi Laverentz crafts a sharp, yet edgy contemporary romance with Thin Ice Centered around the sport of hockey, Eric Cameron and Emily Jordan are haunted by their pasts, and before they can truly become a couple, they ll have to deal with the demons that threaten to tear them apart.Eric is a professional hockey player who has just been taken by the Minnesota Saints He s a bit of a drifter, going from team to team After a bar room brawl, he goes to the ER where he meets Doctor Emily Jordan He finds himself drawn to the beautiful doctor with tender hands Emily has worked hard to overcome hardship and become a doctor She watched her
I enjoyed this book but the h h did not spend enough time together for me to care about them as much as I would have liked to.The heroine Emily lived through a childhood of a controlling father and then married a violently abusive husband After divorcing her husband when she became pregnant she built a life for herself and her son, establishing herself as a doctor in AE This where she meets Eric a professional hockey player who comes in for treatment after a bar fight His seeminly violen I enjoyed this book but the h h did not spend enough time together for me to care about them as much as I would have liked to.The heroine Emily lived through a childhood of a controlling father and then married a violently abusive husband After divorcing her husband when she became pregnant she built a life for herself and her son, establishing herself as a doctor in AE This where she meets Eric a professional hockey player who comes in for treatment after a bar fight His seeminly violent nature and career, understandably put Emily off, but Eric is persistent and his true nature is revealed He is a total hero actually.Emily spends most of the book coming to terms with her relationships with her ex husband who reappears on the scene, and her father both of which colour her relationship with Eric The number of times she pushes Eric away made me wonder why he kept coming b
This is one seriously long novel I finished it after 5 long days It probably would have been better if it weren t a very long one I m not a big fan of hockey, and yet I enjoyed reading about it Eric is not hard to love At first, he was just a lonely man who came home to an empty house and had a really bad luck, but when he met Emily it s like he found his purpose Even though his job is
I loved this story The opening scene starts with a gripping bang and keeps you rooted to your seat The main characters, Eric Cameron and Dr Emily Jordan, are polar opposites with great chemistry They are both strong and broken in their own ways Eric is lonely despite being famous He is painted as a charismatic and talented hockey player Ms Laverentz does a great job of pulling out Eric s failings as well as his redeeming qualities Dr Emily Jordan is a mother and hard worker Her past is I loved this story The opening scene starts with a gripping bang and keeps you rooted to your seat The main characters, Eric Cameron and Dr Emily Jordan, are polar opposites with great chemist
Thin Ice was a great book Eric and Emily had both been shaped by their pasts Emily especially had reservations about starting a relationship But Eric refused to give up The progression of their relationship seemed believable And his dedication to her touched my heart.Emily
Can I just say that I d like to order one Eric Cameron please, to be delivered ASAP Loved him He was definitely swoon worthy Anyways, on to the review of the actual book I liked it a lotthan I expected to After reading Toni Aleo s hockey series, soon after my
Good story line, likeable hero and heroine, and some nice angst, but only three stars as this book was just too long for the story.I found myself skimming the parts of the book during the times when Emily and Eric were apart With some tightening up , this could have been a 4 star book. Emily annoyed me so much in this book She continually hurt poor Eric I didn t think she deserved all the chances he gave her Sorry, thats not much of a review, but I m catching up on all the books I read and this one was read about 2 weeks ago.