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One injury – a freaking broken rib.
That’s all it took to send life into a tailspin at the age of sixteen. After getting a heart transplant, I knew that I could never take life or my talents for granted – I was going to be the best of the best. Boxing consumed my life and I was on track for greatness.
Everything was perfect until I woke up one morning, ten years after my surgery with an overwhelming need to meet her – the girl whose father’s heart beat in my chest.
Little did I know that she was going to save me all over again.
Book 4 in the Shots on Goal Series, this is about Griffin the MMA fighter. Yes, not a hockey book, but the brother of the captain from the NY Otters. And let me tell you the sexiness doesn’t fall far from the family tree.
Griffin tried his hands at the family sport of hockey when he was a kid, but he was all left feet. So, he went into the next sport his father the pro hockey star tried, boxing. Things clicked and soon he was on his way to being the best in his High School. Then one fight changed his life forever.
Olive, was 14 when she got the horrible news of a freak accident that claimed her father’s life. The news that changed her life forever.
Ten years later, the two meet in a way that blows her mind. When they hang out over drinks and darts, things get a little carried away.
An incredible story of strength, hope and love. Ms. Mazzola can put out a quick happy lustful read like no other.
About the Author:
I am just an average twenty-something following my dreams. I have a full time “day job” and by night I am an author. I guess you could say that writing is like my super power (I always wanted one of those). I am the lover of wine, sushi, football and the ocean; that is when I am not wrapped up in the literary world.
Please feel free to contact me to chat about my writing, books you think I’d like or just to shoot the, well you know.
A portion of all my royalties are donated to The Marcie Mazzola Foundation.