** Book Review ** RITES OF PASSAGE by Catherine Gayle



After an explosive ending in the last book, we were more than ready to learn the story behind Andrew Nash’s life.  He’s been through alot, but yet he’s still a kind, down to earth guy.  Watching him interact with Ravyn is raw, gritty and beautiful!

Tulsa Thunderbirds right wing Drew Nash hasn’t been having the best luck of late.  With his personal life already in shambles, his professional career got put into a major spotlight and his biggest secret was exposed when he had a major accident in the final game of last season.  Now his return is questionable, but he’s not sure what his life would be if he didn’t have hockey in it anymore, so he has some hard decisions to make … but the beauty that just crossed his path might distract him from that a bit.

Ravyn Penn is breathtaking in a way that Drew has never known before.  She’s different, she’s unique, and she’s wearing her heartbreak in ways he can’t even see.  Her past hurt is deeper and darker than his, and she’s not sure she can dig herself up out of it.  Drew feels a connection with her, and he’s not going to let her push him away even though she’s trying at every turn.

Will this unorthodox couple actually be the best fit for each other that they could have ever found?

ARC received via the Author

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