Off the Ice – Julie Cross


Claire O’Connor is back in Juniper Falls, but that doesn’t mean she wants to be. One semester off, that’s what she promised herself. Just long enough to take care of her father and keep the family business—a hockey bar beside the ice rink—afloat. After that, she’s getting the hell out. Again.

Enter Tate Tanley. What happened between them the night before she left town resurfaces the second they lay eyes on each other. But the guy she remembers has been replaced by a total hottie. When Tate is unexpectedly called in to take over for the hockey team’s star goalie, suddenly he’s in the spotlight and on his way to becoming just another egotistical varsity hockey player. And Claire’s sworn off Juniper Falls hockey players for good.

It’s the absolute worst time to fall in love.

For Tate and Claire, hockey isn’t just a game. And they both might not survive a body check to the heart.

My Thoughts

I would like to thank the Publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

I am a  huge Julie Cross fan and I’ve done an interview with her that you can check out here!

Off the Ice is  different to all Julie’s other books, I expected it to be like Whatever Life Throws at you but it wasn’t and I’m still not sure how I feel about that.

To read this book you don’t have to be into hockey or sports at all because I really don’t like sports but enjoyed reading about it.

Claire during this book was taking care of  her father while Tate is trying to deal with his father. I quite like the difference between both of their fathers.

Have you read this book? Let me know your thoughts!


Published By:Entangled Publishing



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