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Published by Silver Genres: Contemporary, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Hockey superstar, MVP Eric “Foxy’ Fox took his college team straight to a championship season. Boston is expecting him to join their team right away. Erick knows that there will be a backlash when he announces that he’s hanging up his skates for good, completing his last semester of school and graduating instead.
His friends can’t believe that he’s quitting while his father is going ballistic over his decision. Erik’s had enough though of living a lie, hiding his true self and pretending to be someone he’s not.
Growing up Erik and Tyce were inseparable on and off the ice as their friendship turned to love until the night his father caught them. He was sent to another school and never saw or spoke to Tyce again. Erik figures it’s too late for him and Tyce after so many years, but he’s not willing to continue with the lies another moment. Giving up hockey is a small price to pay for a man’s soul.
Told from Erik’s perspective Frozen Hearts dramatic emotions pack a wallop. Fresh storytelling and a realistic storyline breathe life into this powerful tale. The characters keep the reader firmly engrossed in the evolving plotline as well. Elation, sorrow, and redemption are each aspects of Frozen Hearts. Memorable.