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Fair Play by Deirdre Martin
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Jan 19, 2008

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bookshelves: contemporary-romance, sports
Read in February, 2004

A follow-up story to her first hockey novel—hero is a native New York City hockey player who wants to get involved with a woman from the old neighborhood—though neither realized they grew up so close. She has a trauma from the past to deal with, but her reasons for wanting to avoid this man don’t seem to have anything to do with that. She doesn’t want to live the life her parents had, she doesn’t want to date an Italian-American, she wants to be a Manhattan WASP. So she blows hot and cold with this Italian hockey player nice guy. I read the whole book, but I wanted to smack the heroine upside the head through most of it. They did eventually work things out.

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