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The Inspirational Story of Hockey Superstar Alex Ovechkin

Title: Alex Ovechkin: The Inspirational Story of Hockey Superstar Alex Ovechkin

Author: Bill Redban

Published: 11 December 2014

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 Alex Ovechkin: The Inspirational Story of Hockey Superstar Alex Ovechkin (Alex Ovechkin Unauthorized Biography, Washington, D.C. Capitals, Russia, NHL Books)

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Face-Off at the Altar: Nashville Assassins #10

Bit late, but better late than never. Here is some titbits for anyone who was interested in picking up the latest installment of the Nashville Assassins series. I would highly recommend it, these books are great but certainly aimed more at the female hockey fan. Hold on tight gents, I’ll have something for you to check out in the next few weeks!

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Book Review | Nashville Assassins #1 Taking Shots

No matter how hard she tries, Elleanor Fisher never thinks she’s good enough, from her job to her weight to her love life. After enduring years of abuse at the hands of an ex-boyfriend, Elli has been drifting through life in a daze. Until, that is, she meets Shea Adler on a promotional shoot for the NHL’s Nashville Assassins. Before Elli knows what’s happening, the gorgeous Shea breaks the ice and shatters her world.

A brilliant athlete inside the rink, Shea Adler is tired of the life he’s living outside of it: the women, the money, the drinking. But everything changes when he meets Elli. After laying eyes on this feisty, witty, beautiful woman, he feels like he’s just taken the hardest hit of his life. No matter how skeptical she is, Shea knows they are meant to be together–if only he can convince Elli to put her insecurities aside before she misses out on a shot at love.

– Exert from Taking Shots, Assassins #1

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