I can finally show off the cover of GAME ON, the next installment of the Philadelphia Bulldogs hockey series.
All I want to do is move on from my divorce and take care of my daughter. Struggling to get my accounting business off the ground, my only solace is video games and chatting online with my longtime gamer friend.
Then I met Logan Cullen. Logan’s a struggling parent too, but there’s something about him that feels so familiar. Neither of us have time for a relationship, but no one said being a single mom meant I couldn’t have a little fun.
Hockey and my nephew are the only thing I care about. I don’t have time for a relationship.
I knew it was a bad idea to fall into bed with Lily, but she insists on it only being some casual fun.
Something about her gives me déjà vu. Maybe it’s because we share the struggles of single parenthood. Or because we’re both video game nerds. It’s getting harder to remember we’re just casual when she’s my literal dream girl.
The Philadelphia Bulldogs hockey team are back, in this all new-standalone novel. Books can be enjoyed in any order. If single parent romance is your catnip, this is the book for you.
Content Warning: This book has mentions of growing up in an abusive home. There are no scenes of domestic abuse, just references to the past.